"No matter how you got here or how long you plan to stay, you have certain rights," Solis said at an event unveiling the latest agreements on Monday in Washington. Solis says foreign workers need to know their rights, so that they can lodge complaints without fear that they will be fired or deported. She believes the signed agreements with countries like El Salvador and Mexico will serve to "remove those fears."Uh, but what about the mission of the federal government to find and remove illegal aliens like the ones that Obama and Solis just elevated to legal status without any input from Congress? Oh that's right...Obama ordered DHS head Janet Napolitano to stop deporting virtually all hispanics except for the most serious felons just a couple of weeks ago, again usurping Congress's legislative power and arbitrarily making laws via the executive control of the federal government machine. Anyone else remember when the left used to get all upset when they even suspected that a Republican President might be considering bypassing Congress even on something as inconsequential as minor political appointments? The loony left and the media routinely went over the edge about such things, but now we've got a leftist Democrat going ignoring Congress completely and summarily declaring blanket amnesty for millions of illegals and giving them every benefit intended for actual Americans, including the millions who are out of work because illegals are here doing the jobs that they could be doing, and the left and the Obama-supporting media says nothing at all. Makes me wonder what else our Pretender-in-Chief will give away before he's fired in 2012, and if we'll even know about it.
Thursday, September 01, 2011
Obamanation: making illegal aliens less illegal every day
Well I guess that the pro-Illegal Hispanic lobby told Obama that he still didn't give them enough free stuff to earn their support in next year's election, because now we've got his Labor Secretary Hilda Solis setting out a new policy where illegal aliens are now accorded the same rights and benefits under U.S. law that Americans and other legal workers get.