Aztlan Rising – Thanks to Obama

Is the Obama administration rubber stamping immigration visas as a desperate measure to win the 2012 election at any cost? Or is this just another means to transform our country to a Socialist paradise?

A republic will never stand without the rule of law. Ever wonder why this is not a campaign issue for the Republican candidates? The Department of Justice under Eric Holder and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services under Alejandro Mayorkas continue to undermine our legal system under the current administration.

Are you ready for another stolen election?

David DeGerolamo


Probe reveals feds pressuring agents to rush immigrant visas – even if fraud is feared.

Higher-ups within U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services are pressuring rank-and-file officers to rubber-stamp immigrants’ visa applications, sometimes against the officers’ will, according to a Homeland Security report and internal documents exclusively obtained by The Daily.

A 40-page report, drafted by the Office of Inspector General in September but not publicly released, details the immense pressure immigration service officers are under to approve visa applications quickly, sometimes while overlooking concerns about fraud, eligibility or security.

One-quarter of the 254 officers surveyed said they have been pressured to approve questionable cases, sometimes “against their will.”

The report does not call out any particular officials and indicates that the agency has had a problem with valuing quantity over quality since at least the 1980s.

But high-ranking USCIS officials said the pressure has heightened after the Obama administration appointed Alejandro Mayorkas as director in August 2009 during an effort to pass comprehensive immigration reform, bringing with him a mantra of “get to yes.”


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12 years ago

We strive to restore and respect “rule of law” … but is “law” what our founders fought to establish and protect? To paraphrase: “I don’t think so, Tim…”

“The polar opposites in political regimes were slavery on the one hand, and self-government on the other, and self-government or self-direction was the key to liberty, not government by law, since laws can be and are made by one person or set of persons to bind others.”

… Murray Rothbard -- Conceived in Liberty

12 years ago
Reply to  DRenegade

Yes … our ‘rule of law’ is clearly not followed and abused … so reflect upon our Declaration of Independence:

“But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security.”

… and ponder upon the simple wisdom in the quote I offered above:

“…laws can be and are made by one person or set of persons to bind others.”

As I sip my whisky tonight, I am not feeling particularly “bound”.


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