Thursday, July 8, 2010

What's wrong with the DOJ?

You don't have to answer that. I'll tell you though, I am madder than hell about it.

First there is the Arizona Immigration Law. Remember when Eric Holder told congress that he hadn't even read the law. Eric, unlike the monster-sized laws your party keeps giving us, the AZ law is 15 pages and closely mirrors the federal law. I wonder if he's read it yet.

The DOJ filed a law suit Tuesday to have Arizona's immigration law thrown out claiming the law violates the Constitution and may "cause the detention and harassment of authorized visitors, immigrants and citizens who do not have or carry identification documents". Oops, sounds like they haven't read the law yet.

Gail Ellen shared this poll from PMSNBC yesterday. In true MSM style, the question is misleading and reflects the regime's take on the law, not the actual law:

Do you support Arizona's tough new law on illegal immigration?

In July, Arizona will begin enforcing a new law that requires law enforcement officers to check someone’s immigration status if they have reason to suspect that he or she is in the country illegally. Do you think this is a good idea?

Wrong. The AZ law only allows officers to check immigration status if they are being stopped or held on another charge -- speeding, armed robbery, drug trafficking, etc.

Even with this more restrictive wording, 95.9% of voters support the AZ law.

But wait, the DOJ doesn't even make the case for discrimination in the law suit! That's just what they are spoon feeding the public. They are trying to make the case that Immigration Law is a federal responsibility and the state law interferes with that. Helloooo....the state law only exists because the feds weren't enforcing the law! But I digress.

Robert Gibbs exposed the regime's duplicity today when he could not explain why laws creating sanctuary cities do not violate the same standard.

As if the regime's reaction to the AZ law wasn't bad enough, we learned this week that the DOJ dropped a voter intimidation case against the New Black Panther party.The case was clear cut, the intimidation was caught on video, the case was won and was awaiting sentencing when the word came down to drop the charges even though it seems the DOJ officials demanding the dismissal didn't even read the briefs on the case. Didn't read it...where have we seen that before?

Apparently, this administration believes racism only works one way.This man, King Samir Shabazz is one of the men intimidating voters at the polling place. If this isn't racist, I don't know what is.

Our Founders wanted the United States to be a government of laws, not of men. If only that were true. The progressives who have taken over this country are fine with racism (Robert Byrd and the KKK?), abuse of power, corruption, theft, and intimidation as long as it furthers their goals.


  1. Begin to solve the situation on Nov. 2,2010 "T" minus 117 DAYS to the election.

    Get registered if you are not already, tell your friends the same.

    There are still yet states to hold primaries, but in the general rule for both them and the general rule is to registered to vote 30 days BEFORE said date.

    So, as far as the GENERAL ELECTION is concerned that makes it "T" minus 87 DAYS.


  2. It makes me sick. Our country has been hijacked by thugs, plan and simple.

    Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! - Isaiah 5:20 KJV

  3. The sickness of the regime is a canker that grows quickly. I already commented about my concern re: the Black Panter presence for the next election. I still say vote absentee when possible.

    And the DOJ is now Department of Jokes?

    Ridicule is one way to undermine.....let's start talking and laughing when we hear of the next assault. We need to have more Americans see how ludricrous it all is.

  4. If it had been a KKK member outside the voting building, you can be sure the lawsuit would have gone forward. If it had been a White person, rather than the Black panthers, well, no problem. It would have been a HATE crime. Now it's a Black man so it's NO crime.

    Right Truth

  5. Great post Kristen. The hypocrisy gets piled higher and deeper. The government will try to hide it, and the MSM won't cover it, but we'll expose it.

  6. My hope is that when the madness ends a lot of these people will be in jail.