Simply, Politicians are Whores
- Our Federalist Founding Fathers knew full well the corruption in men's hearts. Today both Democrat and Republican hacks eagerly drop their pants and bend over for open borders interest groups.
- The Federal Courts are the last bastion of the Constitution still operating as our Founders intended. With lifetime appointments the judges are as far above politics as possible. While Congress panders to illegal aliens, here we see a single Federal Judge with the power to block the unconstitutional acts of a President. The immigration battle is far from over and other judges will rule. Hopefully the Supreme Court will stop the insanity.
A federal judge’s decision blocking President Obama’s executive action to shield up to 5 million immigrants from deportation undercuts a White House push to play down concerns about the legitimacy of the directive.
Regardless of whether the temporary injunction late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen stands — the United States Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit in New Orleans will soon decide how to proceed — it did lasting damage to a sales pitch already met with suspicion from illegal immigrants who would qualify for new protections.
The administration has been scrambling in recent weeks to convince those living in the U.S. illegally to come “out of the shadows.” The White House had planned on launching sign-ups Wednesday for the expansion of Obama’s program granting deportation deferrals to illegal immigrants who moved to America as children.
Instead, the White House and its defenders were forced to recalibrate their message as Hanen effectively put the brakes on the implementation of the most sweeping overhaul to the immigration system in decades.
|."It is emphatically the province and duty of the |
judicial department to say what the law is."
Federalist Chief Justice John Marshall
Marshall served as Chief Justice during the administrations of six Presidents: John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson. He remained a stalwart advocate of Federalism and a nemesis of the Jeffersonian school of government throughout its heyday. He participated in over 1000 decisions, writing 519 of the opinions himself.