From what I’ve seen and heard over the past couple of years, I wish former US Rep. Tom Delay was the current Speaker of the House instead of Rep. John Boehner. Yes I know that Delay was convicted and sentenced to 3 years in prison for violating campaign election laws, but the man still has more fortitude to stand up against Obama and Democrats than Boehner does. Every time an issue comes up, Boehner says he’s not going to do what Obama wants but then compromises and does it anyway.
In a recent interview on The Steve Malzberg show on Newsmax TV, Delay came out blasting at Barack and Michelle Obama.
In his blast against Obama, he charged him with acting like a king and taking the role of a monarch in declaring new laws and deciding not to enforce existing laws, such as immigration saying:
“This president has chosen not to enforce immigration laws.”
“He’s now creating a sanctuary nation where illegal immigrants don’t have to have any problem or have no problem in breaking the law because the law enforcement within those cities and now within the United States aren’t going to arrest them, aren’t going to detain them, and certainly are not going to deport them.”
When asked if he thought House Speaker John Boehner would bring immigration reform to the floor of the House, Delay responded:
“His caucus is absolutely divided on this, not down the middle. I think the vast majority of his caucus doesn’t want to do immigration right now.”
“Why would you want to when you’re looking at the possibility of having a good election taking over the U.S. Senate and be in a position where you have gained seats in the House and you’ve taken the majority in the Senate against Obama, who’s an incredibly incompetent and weak president.”
“Why would you want to do it now when you can do it next year and you can actually get something done? I know John Boehner and I just don’t think that he would attempt this.”
Changing the subject to racism and Michelle Obama’s commencement address she gave to the seniors of Topeka, Kansas, where she said:
“Many districts in this country have actually pulled back on efforts to integrate their schools, and many communities have become less diverse as folks have moved from cities to suburbs.”
“So today, by some measures, our schools are as segregated as they were back when Dr. [Martin Luther] King gave his final speech. As a result, many young people in America are going to school largely with kids who look just like them.”
“What she’s pushing for is racism. Michelle Obama and Barack Obama can’t do anything unless there’s a certain amount of race involved in it.”
“Frankly, we have improved our public schools all across this nation. We’re spending tons more money than we ever have.”
There is no doubt that both Barack and Michelle are two of the most racist people in America, but their racism isn’t confined to just blacks. In fact, the Obama’s care nothing for most blacks in America except for their votes. They’ve done nothing to improve conditions for blacks or to create more job opportunities for them as promised.
The racism I see in the Obamas is that it’s toward everyone that does not agree with their elitist and socialist attitudes. Everyone else is treated like dirt beneath their feet and not worthy of their attention. That is almost a more dangerous and damaging form of racism, especially from someone who is actively striving to become the first dictatorial ruler of America as Delay hinted.
In spite of DeLay’s legal problems, he seems to be one of the few Republicans that have the guts and fortitude to speak out against the Obamas and tell it like it is. Even Bill Clinton backed off of Obama during the 2008 presidential campaign when the life of his daughter Chelsea was threatened. DeLay has the backbone that Boehner lacks. It’s a shame that he was drummed out of Congress for doing something that many other Washington politicians have done. Perhaps he was getting too powerful and had to be taken down by the Democratic opposition.