It's all by design.
He told you he was going to do it, and he did.
Obama's plan to transform America is no more evident than in the border crisis. Andrew McCarthy has an excellent post on this topic at National Review Online:
The president has spent nearly six years giving effective legal immunity to millions of illegal aliens already here. His administration, meanwhile, hooks them on the government gravy train and fights state efforts to detain them, deny social services to them, and prevent them from fraudulently voting. Under those circumstances, the rolling out of a federal red carpet for teeming masses of illegal aliens must be understood as intentional.It is absolutely intentional.
And, of course, Obama blames Bush for this. No, really. Andrew McCarthy explains that this is a clever ploy by Obama because much of this controversy involves a Clinton-era anti-human trafficking law which during the Bush years, in re-authorization, picked up an amendment added by Feinstein and Biden; in short, the anti-human trafficking law concerns those children who are "coercively trafficked into the country for purposes of sex-slavery or other indentured servitude."
That is not the case here; so the blame-Bush's-law defense of the left does not play. The Bush-era law attempts to protect those kids brought here unwillingly; the current crisis involved illegals coming quite willingly.
The January 2014 solicitation published by DHS’s bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement foretells (a) the arrival of 65,000 “unaccompanied alien children,” and, tellingly, (b) the administration’s intention to transfer them to “Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) shelters located throughout the continental United States.”Refugee Resettlement. That does not sound like deportation.
It is team Obama's plan to relocate these illegals throughout the United States and into your neighborhoods.
The end result is thousands of new, unskilled workers on the public dole, a further erosion of our American values, an increased drain on our already troubled education system, and utter havoc in an already ruined health care system. Of these illegals that are, in fact, children (and not all of them are - get that image of sweet, doe-eyed, hungry toddlers out of your head), how many are vaccinated and know English? How many will want to assimilate into our American culture and become productive members of society?
Lest I be perceived as a heartless bigot, let me assure you, I'm all for legal immigration. I know people who have done it the right way and as Americans, we welcome them with open arms. That is our way. This, however, is not the Ellis Island of your ancestors.
These new immigrants are not refugees from war torn countries; they are political pawns.
One of the more troubling aspect of all this is the secrecy; the administration touts "privacy rights." Some of these illegals are being housed at Fort Sill, OK, yet an Oklahoma congressional representative was barred from visiting the immigration center.
The administration won't say where all these kids are going. Two hundred of these illegals were sent to Nebraska yet the governor was not notified and the administration won't identify them or their locations.
"Governors and mayors have the right to know when the federal government is transporting a large group of individuals, in this case illegal immigrants, into your state," Mr. Heineman told The Wall Street Journal in an interview on Saturday. "We need to know who they are, and so far, they are saying they're not going to give us that information."Here in Louisiana, Senator David Vitter sent a letter on July 10 to find out how many and where these illegals might be coming to this state. He got no response. According to the Louisiana Hayride:
And now, four members of the state’s congressional delegation – Bill Cassidy, John Fleming, Charles Boustany and Vance McAllister – have sent a similar letter.Camp Minden is a possibility and local news station KSLA reported that Hirsch Coliseum has been contacted about holding some of them. (Shades of Katrina refugees ... ).
Senator Vitter and Rep. Cassidy have introduced bills in both the House and Senate that would:
• Requires mandatory detention of all unaccompanied minors upon apprehension by border agents.
• Gives unaccompanied minors the option to voluntarily return to their country of origin.
• Places unaccompanied aliens children affiliated with gangs in an “expedited” removal proceeding.
• Raises the standards for “credible fear of persecution” to “substantiated fear of persecution” for unaccompanied minors seeking asylum under the law.
• Places unaccompanied minors without claims for asylum on the next available flight to their home countries within 72 hours of an initial screening, barring cost, feasibility, repatriation agreements with the minors’ countries and the health and safety of the minor.
• Extends the bar to reentry for all illegal aliens to 10 years.
• Requires Secretary of Homeland Security to submit an annual report to Congress detailing voluntary departures, deportations, and grants of refugee or asylum status.
In the end, it comes down to how much the states are willing to take of this nonsense. As McCarthy pointed out:
And if a renegade United States government is not going to secure the borders of the United States, the states must secure their borders or surrender. As the Supreme Court recognized in 1837, each state has a sovereign right and duty of self-defense ...Obama voters got what they wished for: a fundamentally transformed America.