The Arizona Sentinel

February 5, 2009

Eight More Years Of Bush with Barry

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Calls for Obama to deport illegal aunt
‘Your lip service about the rule of law is no change from George Bush’


Posted: February 02, 2009
10:33 pm Eastern

By Chelsea Schilling
© 2009 WorldNetDaily

 

 


Obama’s aunt Zeituni Onyang

After President Obama’s illegal alien aunt defied deportation orders, one group has filed an arrest request with Immigration and Customs Enforcement and is publicly demanding that the president deport her.

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, or ALIPAC, is urging Obama to honor his rhetoric about the rule of law by ousting Zeituni Onyango from the United States.

“President Obama has promised the American public that his administration will honor the principles of open government, the Constitution, and the Rule of Law,” ALIPAC President William Gheen said. “Obama must either deport his aunt or destroy his own credibility by showing her favoritism.”

Onyango has enlisted the help of an immigration lawyer to help her win asylum and stay in the U.S. after ignoring a court order that she leave the country or be deported

Margaret Wong and Associates is representing Zeituni Onyango, the 56-year-old Kenyan half-sister of Obama’s deceased father, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Onyango and her lawyer are scheduled to attend an immigration hearing in Boston on April 1.

Onyango, revealed in November to be dwelling on Flaherty Way in a South Boston slum, has been living in the United States illegally, and refusing to leave the U.S. for her Kenyan homeland after a judge rejected her request for asylum in 2004.

“She is currently a fugitive from justice and is staying with friends in Cleveland vowing to fight against being deported now that her nephew is president,” ALIPAC contends.

The Bush administration issued a directive requiring high-level approval before agents could arrest fugitive immigrants on Oct. 31, the Associated Press reported. Immigration and Customs Enforcement documents reveal U.S. officials were concerned about implications of detaining Onyango in the days before the election.

ICE spokeswoman Kelly Nantel said the order was lifted by the end of November.

Onyango reportedly left her home in Boston public housing to escape media coverage in December. She traveled to Cleveland and hired Wong to assist her in her fight to remain in the U.S. while staying with relatives in an African immigrant community.


ALIPAC President William Gheen

On Dec. 17, an immigration judge stayed an order to deport Onyango.

The judge reopened her case for asylum on Dec. 30, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Executive Office of Immigration Review said.

Earlier this month, Onyango attended Obama’s swearing-in ceremony and an inaugural ball at Washington’s Renaissance Mayflower Hotel, a historic luxury hotel, the Associated Press reported. Rogers claims she never met with the president during inaugural festivities. She arrived with her immigration lawyer as her guest.

However, ALIPAC is asking the public to contact talk radio shows, the White House and Immigration and Customs Enforcement to demand that Onyango leave the United States or face deportation by month’s end.

In November 2008, Obama told Katie Couric, “If she is violating laws those laws have to be obeyed. We’re a nation of laws. Obviously that doesn’t lessen my concern for her, I haven’t been able to be in touch with her. But I’m a strong believer you have to obey the law.”

On Jan. 21, 2009, Obama said, “Let me say this as simply as I can. Transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency.”

“The ‘rule of law,’ in its most basic form, is the principle that no one is above the law,” an ALIPAC statement said. “The principle is intended to be a safeguard against arbitrary governance, whether by a totalitarian leader or by mob rule. Thus, the rule of law is hostile both to dictatorship and to anarchy.”

Gheen said Obama’s promise means nothing if he refuses to enforce the law and send his aunt home.

“Actions speak louder than words, Mr. President,” he said. “If you do not execute the deportation order for your aunt, then your lip service about the rule of law is no change from George Bush.”

Great Financial News for Arizona

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Good News for Arizona

Every once in a while, not often we see some positive actions by the elected.  Arizona’s new governor armed with some fiscal conservatives have managed a budget that will reduce Arizona’s budget by 5%.  Additional cuts will follow and the estimates are that existing agencies will see their budgets cut by an additional 20%.  Result is that the welfare program otherwise called ” government employment”,  Is going to be cut back to reality. 

Arizonans should salute , our newly elected Sen Sylvia Allen, Rep Konopnicki, Russel Pearce, John Kavanaugh , none of this would have been possible without our new Governor.  Thank you Gov Brewer for sticking around long enough to make it to the top state job.

For those of you in Az  LD5,,, pay attention,.. Your Rep Jack Brown dropped the ball on this one.  We should all , email,  bkonopnicki@azleg.gov   sallen@azleg.gov  , rpearce@azleg.gov, jkavanaugh@azleg.gov and our Gov  at   info@brewertransition.org   and give them a hats off. For a job well done.  They cant hear your brains rattle,, so send them a note.

Illegal Immigration

Now as I mentioned in earlier blogs , in the coming months the open borders advocates will be working on the next amnesty bill for the Congress and the Obama administration.  There will be a lot of double speak on this issue as the months and weeks go by. 

I have placed on this site, the list of Congressmen and Senators and how they voted on the McCain Amnesty bill that we  shot down in the summer of 2007.  We will be leaving the list on the site , until we have put this issue to bed.   We are suggesting that you copy and past these names to your Works Wordprocessor ,  send them to everyone you know,.  and then draft letters using your own words to your elected in Congress , house and senate and tell them ,,, No Amnesty, period, seal the border, remove all illegal aliens from where ever.  Now  one issue that has already begun that process, is the economy.  However we  now know that there are over One million illegal alien gang members here in the country ,  they are not here for your health, so they need to be rounded up put on a old rusty tanker and give them enough fuel to reach some where in the middle of the atlantic ocean.  And send them on their way.

There will be house and senate member staffers , that over the next few months will be attempting to waste taxpayer dollars by drafting the next amnesty bill.  Careful thought will be input into that legislation to disguise amnesty, and efforts to keep the borders open.   All this is especially crutial now because of the condition of our countries economy.   We know that their are 40 million illegals that have entered this country since the Reagan Amnesty in 1986.  Those people need to leave, this country, if they want to return, there are temporary work permits to apply for if they have a sponsor. However, if we allow them back into the country , they should be tracked by ankle bracelets.  We must know where they are , what they are doing ,making sure that they are not involved with the drug trade or involved with terrorist activities,.. And that they will not be eligible for health care, maternaty or otherwise,… While they are here, Mexico will establish a fund to reimburse any medical facility for any expenses accrued.  Also a 15% tax should be assessed on any funds sent from this county back to mexico, by wire or money order.  Our economy should not the the engine of the mexican economy. 

So lets get started , take the time , write the letters, send emails and lets kill amnesty before it becomes draft.

Go to the right side of this page look for the link that says “Votes of Members McCain Amnesty bill 2007″.

and dont for get ,  let me know what your doing, and if you have any questions I will try to help.  This will be a critical issue for our kids and grand kids.    

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