“…those who closely follow both his words and his deeds are the most outraged of all, because of the gross contradictions between those words and those deeds.”

Thomas Sowell’s Tuesday column at JewishWorldReview.com:

That Obama spent 20 years in the church of a man preaching racial hate should have told us all we needed to know.

That Obama as President of the United States, on nationwide television, could attack a white policeman who arrested his friend Henry Louis Gates, while admitting that he didn’t know the specifics, should have alerted even those who had bought the excuses about Jeremiah Wright.

Remember the refusal of Obama’s Justice Department to prosecute black thugs who stationed themselves outside a voting place to intimidate whites who came there to vote. It was caught on tape but the career Justice Department attorney who handled the case was told to drop it– and resigned rather than be part of a sordid coverup.

Regardless of what immigration policy anyone believes in, the government cannot carry out that policy until after it has first gained control of the borders. Regardless of what Washington politicians may say about how many immigrants should be allowed into the country, or on what basis, none of that matters when the real decision is in the hands of innumerable other people, who can simply climb over a fence along the border and come on in whenever they feel like it.

Doctor Sowell’s column is sobering indeed.

But you knew he was a snake when you picked him up, didn’t you?

UPDATE: Sorry about that, forgot the link to JWR. The ol man went to Townhall & it made the computer freeze like it’s the North Pole. Anyone else had that trouble?

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