Speaking to an audience in Chicago (the Indian word for "corruption"), Barack Obama continued jamming his thumb into America's eye by declaring that the only people with any right to speak out against illegal immigration are Native Americans.
His clear implication is that everyone else is here illegally, the very concept of "borders" is meaningless, and immigration law is now null and void.
Of course, criminalizing citizenship wasn't enough for Barry, who also had to include his regular straw man argument that the amnesty debate isn't about whether or not to reward lawbreakers, but whether or not America is teeming with white racists.
"Sometimes we get attached to our particular tribe," the war-painted president lectured while gnawing a piece of pemmican, "our particular race, our particular religion, and then we start treating other folks differently. That has been a bottleneck to how we think about immigration."
Well, no, actually it hasn't. And the only bottleneck we're familiar with is the one going to our lips all too frequently when we think about the two trillion taxpayer dollars expected to be spent on just the first wave of Obama's amnestied illegals.
Still, as long as Barry has brought up Native Americans, maybe he'd actually like to follow through and do something for them, since the (ahem) "Obama recovery" has done less for them than any other group. Then again, maybe the Great Half-White Father is just speaking with a forked tongue again.
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