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Immigration problems

| Wednesday, June 18, 2014, 9:00 p.m.

Immigration problems

Welcome to the wonderful world of czars and serfs and the potential demise of the U.S. Constitution.

The Constitution we've known and followed is in danger when a guy with a stroke of a pen can accept or ignore it. This king of czars seeks to silence anyone who opposes him.

When President Obama can dictate our health care contrary to individual religious beliefs and traditions, our country is in trouble.

When Attorney General Eric Holder is not under the watchful eye of his imperial mentor — Obama occupies most of his time with political fundraising — he chooses to ignore laws or enforce only those of his own personal choice.

The immigration problem on the Mexican border originated within the Obama administration and needs to be solved there. The lack of immigration enforcement opened American borders from coast to coast to youth and terrorists from everywhere.

How much more of the unending comedy that is Washington can Americans endure?

Before Obama was elected, he promised change. We got it!

How much freedom do you have left in your wallet?

Chuck Kunkel


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