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Archive for December 9th, 2015

Unconstitutionality of refugee program in 12 states explained

Posted by Ann Corcoran on December 9, 2015

Thanks to Breitbart Reporter, Michael Patrick Leahy, thick-headed non-lawyers like me are beginning to grasp the argument about how the federal government is placing an unconstitutional burden on states which has no legal basis in the so-called Wilson-Fish alternative resettlement program operating in these twelve states:

Alabama
Alaska
Colorado
Idaho
Kentucky
Louisiana
Massachusetts
Nevada
North Dakota
South Dakota
Tennessee
Vermont

otter

Governor Otter, how about you?

Here is how the Breitbart story begins, but I urge you to read the whole thing especially if you live in one of those states.

A brave governor is needed to be the plaintiff in a lawsuit that is ready to file!  Help find that governor!

Twelve states hold the key to a constitutional challenge to the increasingly controversial U.S. Refugee Resettlement program.

In states where governments have withdrawn from the statutorily questionable “Wilson-Fish alternative program,” the program is now run by private charities contracted by the U.S. Department of State.

Dalrymple

North Dakota! How about you Jack?

As Breitbart News has reported previously, the Thomas More Law Center, a well respected public interest law firm, is looking for one brave governor from among these twelve states (Alaska, Alabama, Colorado, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont) to step up and act as the plaintiff in the case.

The constitutional argument is that the federal government, without the permission of these 12 Wilson-Fish states, has “commandeered” state funds by placing refugees in their states, thereby obligating states to pay Medicaid expenses for the refugees, in violation of the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution, which states, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

In effect, the federal government is imposing an unfunded federal mandate by regulatory fiat, rather than statutory authority, on these 12 “Wilson-Fish alternative program” states.

There is much more, continue reading here.

Find that governor!

Go here for our previous discussions of Wilson-Fish.

Posted in Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Refugee Resettlement Program, Taxpayer goodies | Tagged: , , | 7 Comments »

Speaker Ryan blasts Trump over Muslim ban, can we hear Grover in his words?

Posted by Ann Corcoran on December 9, 2015

Norquist scowl

Grover Norquist

That would be Grover Norquist of course, Ryan’s doppelgänger!  (or is it the other way around?)

Some observers who have heard Norquist opine on the joy that Islamic diversity brings to America—Muslims in the military (like the jihadist Major Hasan?) and in Congress and that it isn’t “conservatism” to worry about shariah law and devout Muslim-generated terrorism—think they heard Grover in Ryan’s speech.

If you are a new reader and have never heard of Grover Norquist, you have some catching up to do.

He is the President of Americans for Tax Reform, a longtime Washington, DC fixer, and as an Islamist has been a promoter of American Muslim ‘rights’ since before 9/11.  He is also a big fan of Paul Ryan as Speaker of the House.

Norquist: Shariah law is compatible with the US Constitution!

Be sure to read a post of mine from 2011 at Potomac Tea Party Report about Norquist’s comment to Think Progress—‘Shariah law is compatible with the US Constitution’ here.

Ryan with beard

Yes massa’! More in common than their facial hair?

And, don’t miss this!  Norquist was in the wings advising Senator Marco Rubio on the Gang of Eight bill (another of Norquist’s pet projects as a long-time advocate for amnesty and open borders).  See Grover has a new gig!

Are Norquist and Ryan working to put Rubio in the White House—that is my guess.

They will be able to control (boy) Rubio, but not Trump.

See the Washington Post gushing over Ryan’s words against Trump (Ryan also gave a shout-out to Muslim Members of Congress Keith Ellison and Andre Carson) and completely (on purpose!) misses the point of Trump’s ban which is within the power granted by the US Constitution—we have every right to determine which non-citizens we permit in the country!

(See Ryan’s dump on Trump at that Washington Post link.)

Go here to our extensive archive on Grover Norquist.  Norquist was a Bushy, but I suspect he sees that Jeb is dead (politically). And, remember this—ten big name Republicans (including Jeb) signed on to a 2014 letter (most likely drafted by Norquist) asking that Republicans support MORE refugee resettlement (click here).  We first learned of Norquist’s involvement in the Hijra here in 2007 when he was promoting the resettlement of mostly Muslim Iraqis to the US.

Action Alert!  Trump is right! Ryan is wrong! Click here and call your House members today!

Update!  Watch this Trump supporter—people are p***** . He is talking about Ryan, Rubio, Norquist and the Washington elite.

Posted in 2016 Presidential campaign, Changing the way we live, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Stealth Jihad, The Opposition | Tagged: , , , | 24 Comments »

 
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