District of Corruption
President Hussein huddled with Luis Gutierrez and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus yesterday afternoon to map out their response to the defeat of the DREAM Act in the Senate.
The game plan:
(1) Obama will make a renewed push for comprehensive amnesty for all 11 million illegal aliens in the United States.
(2) He will renew his support for comprehensive amnesty in the State of the Union address.
(3) Obama promised to veto any legislation coming out of Congress that “would be seen as violating our values both as a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants.”
In other words, the biggest target in the 2012 election promises to be none other than Barack Hussein Obama. We have to get rid of him to advance our agenda at the federal level.
A few pro-amnesty Senators from Blue States can’t block our agenda if we have sixty votes, but Obama can veto anything we push through Congress like a legislative end to birthright citizenship for anchor babies.
Watch this video:
We also have to knock off as many of his allies in the House and Senate as possible. Charlie Gonzalez has made it crystal clear that immigration is now a partisan issue:
“The reality is, we’re no longer on the House side in charge of the agenda,” said Rep. Charlie Gonzalez (D- Texas), who attended the meeting. “We would never have had a vote on the Dream Act if the Republicans were in charge. So we need to understand that.”
The DREAM Act won’t make it out of committee in the House when immigration policy is controlled by Lamar Smith and Steve King. It wouldn’t have made it to the floor of the Senate either if Jeff Sessions was in charge of his committee.
The vote on the DREAM Act showed that we have largely won the battle (i.e., Dick Lugar still needs to be defeated) within the Republican Caucus. Only 4 of the 11 Republicans who voted for the DREAM Act in the House and Senate will be returning to Congress.
The following Senators who voted in favor of the DREAM Act will be up for reelection in 2012. I have taken the liberty of ranking them in terms of their vulnerability and the value of their scalps.
(1) Dick Lugar (Indiana) – The worthless traitor Dick Lugar is the only Republican who voted for the DREAM Act who is up for reelection in 2012. Defeating Dick Lugar will send a message to any other Republican Senator who even thinks about voting against our interests.
(2) Bob Menendez (New Jersey) – The Hispanic Robert Menendez of New Jersey is the leader of the comprehensive amnesty forces in the Senate. His defeat in the Garden State would be a huge victory for us.
(3) Jim Webb (Virginia) – Jim Webb rode into the Senate by pretending to be a conservative Democrat in a Red State. Unlike Tester and Nelson, he voted for the DREAM Act. It is time to force Webb into retirement.
(4) Bill Nelson (Florida) – Florida can no longer suffer the embarrassment of sending Bill Nelson to the Senate to represent a Southern state.
(5) Kent Conrad (North Dakota) – Kent Conrad represents North Dakota, Red territory in Middle America, but he sided with illegal aliens by voting for the DREAM Act. He will be vulnerable to a challenger in the general election.
(6) Claire McCaskill (Missouri) – McCaskill played with fire in voting for the DREAM Act. She narrowly defeated Jim Talent in 2006. When you play with fire, you get burned. McCaskill must be burned in 2012.
(7) Sherrod Brown (Ohio) – Ohio threw out the Democratic trash in 2010. It is time for the Buckeye State to force Sherrod Brown into retirement. He also voted for the DREAM Act.
(8) Bob Casey (Pennsylvania) – Pennsylvania is another state which took out the trash in the midterms. Bob Casey needs to find another line of employment.
(9) Jeff Bingaman (New Mexico) – New Mexico elected a Republican Governor and threw out a Democratic Congressmen. It can throw out Jeff Bingaman.
(9) Debbie Stabenow (Michigan) – Michigan also took part in the Midwestern Meltdown. If Michigan can elect a Republican governor, it can get rid of Debbie Stabenow.
(10) Amy Klobuchar (Minnesota) – The Jew Norm Coleman once held this seat. I’ve heard rumors that Michelle Bachmann might run against Klobuchar in Minnesota.
(11) Maria Cantwell (Washington) – Dino Rossi narrowly lost to Patty Murray. Maria Cantwell should prove more vulnerable in 2012.
(12) Herb Kohl (Wisconsin) – Wisconsin rid itself of Russ Feingold. He was certainly more popular than Herb Kohl. This is another state where have a shot at knocking off a pro-amnesty Democrat.
(12) Jon Tester (Montana) – To his credit, Jon Tester voted against the DREAM Act, but that was the extent of his usefulness. We need a pickup in Montana to get a majority in the Senate.
(13) Ben Nelson (Nebraska) – Ben Nelson voted against the DREAM Act. Unfortunately for Nelson, he also voted for Harry Reid as Senate Majority Leader, which enabled pro-amnesty Democrats to bring the DREAM Act to the Senate floor. Like Tester, Nelson has to be replaced by a Republican to deny Democrats like Harry Reid and Chuck Schumer control of the Senate.
(14) Joe Manchin (West Virginia) – Joe Manchin is a vote for Harry Reid as Senate Majority Leader. We need his Senate seat to reach the magic number that will put Jeff Sessions in charge of the Immigration Subcommittee.
Kirsten Gillibrand (New York), Dianne Feinstein (California), Joe Lieberman (Connecticut), Tom Carper (Delaware), Ben Cardin (Maryland), Sheldon Whitehouse (Rhode Island), Bernie Sanders (Vermont), and Daniel Akaka (Hawaii) are also up for reelection.
We have less of a chance in defeating and replacing these Blue State Democrats with a restrictionist Republican than the other Senators who are running in Red or Purple States.
We only need to knock off 5 of these Democrats (6 if Scott Brown loses reelection) to cripple pro-amnesty forces in the Senate. Truth be told, we need to run the table in 2012, as there will be nothing stopping a Democratic minority from playing the same game with the filibuster.
I’m eagerly awaiting the 2012 elections.
We have a big fat target at the top of the ticket (the last black president) and at least 14 vulnerable pro-amnesty targets in the Senate. We have a better than average shot at defeating Obama in 2012, holding the House, and retaking the Senate.
There will be obstacles along the way.
The threat posed by resurgent pro-amnesty forces in the Republican Party must be dealt with. This means the 2o12 presidential nomination must be denied to Newt Gingrich and Jeb Bush who are on record supporting the DREAM Act and opposing Arizona’s SB 1070.
We need to take the lessons learned from 2010 and apply them over the next two years leading up to 2012. The Tea Party has shown us how to channel all the pent up anger, rage, frustration, votes, bodies, and resources pent up for decades in the White Nationalist movement in an effective direction.
You will be surprised how quickly things will start to change when we learn how to deliver our message.