At the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner, President Barack Obama continued his mockery of Americans with whom he disagrees.
He engaged in the same kind of mockery with the Tea Party when he said about its view of over taxation and the health care reform bill, “I would think they would be grateful…”
This time the President went after John McCain, Arizona and Arizona’s newly passed illegal immigration law. To the delight of the main stream media attendees, he mocked Arizona’s attempt to control its borders with these words:
“Unfortunately, John McCain couldn’t make it. Recently he claimed that he had never identified himself as a maverick. And we all know what happens in Arizona when you don’t have ID. (Laughter.) Adios, amigos. (Laughter and applause.)”
iVoteAmerica is headquartered in Arizona, where the approval rate of Arizona’s new law making it illegal to be illegal is a staggering 70% and climbing.
I wonder how the widow and family members of rancher Robert Krentz felt when she heard those words from the President of the United States, the Chief Law Enforcement officer charged with enforcing immigration laws and controlling the borders.
I wonder how the President’s mockery felt to Pinal County Deputy Louie Puroll, his family and the many law enforcement officials as Barack Obama made lite of the border situation in Arizona that led to the Deputy Puroll’s being shot by two undocumented aliens. Puroll was attacked about 5 miles south of Interstate 8 near its junction with Arizona Highway 84 and sustained a gun shot would near one of his kidneys. The Deputy was patrolling near Interstate 8 when he discovered marijuana bales and five suspected smugglers, at least one of which opened fire upon him with an automatic weapon.
On Saturday, May 1, 2010, Arizona law enforcement officials reported arresting the alleged drug smugglers responsible for shooting the Deputy and reportedly captured 17 suspected illegal immigrants, among whom are the three illegals who are now believed to be the shooters of Deputy Louie Puroll.
iVoteAmerica would like to predict the ouster of Barack Obama as our President in 2012 and to quote him precisely, “adios amigo.”