Release of convicted criminals

By From page A5 | June 04, 2014


Our president recently released 36,000 illegal immigrants (yes, thousands), who were serving hard prison time for a total of 88,000 crimes. They could have been deported, but they were not. These convicted criminals have been set loose to prey on their previous victims, witnesses and other innocent Americans, which includes our own families. Some of their heinous crimes were 193 homicide convictions, 426 sexual assault convictions, 303 kidnapping convictions, etc.

We have only ourselves to thank for this abomination. How is this “Hope and Change” working out for you who voted for a presidential hopeful with absolutely no history — except being qualified to smoke dope and a self-proclaimed community organizer? In case you haven’t noticed, Chicago is not organized. They have more shootings than does Afghanistan. But strangely, a majority of my fellow Americans believed these minimal qualifications were sufficient to put a political unknown in charge of our money, our lives and our worldwide benchmark nation. This asininity has lead me to believe that some of my fellow citizens must be morons. Absolute morons. I cannot comprehend giving any president the opportunity to fail us two terms.

Interestingly, according to a recent YouGov poll, only 4 percent of our citizens think they are less intelligent than the average American. So, only 4 percent voted for Obama — how can this be? Our country’s condition will continue to worsen as these morons continue to breed. Democrat legislators passing bills before knowing what is in them is akin to stool samples.

Come, Lord Jesus, or send us bullets.


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