One of the most common lies that creditors hear from people is that the ‘check’s in the mail’ when they know full well there’s never been a check written or mailed. According to a former intelligence official and police detective Michael Snopes, that’s what Barack Obama continues to tell Hispanics about immigration. He keeps telling them it’s coming when he knows it isn’t going to happen, at least the way he wants.
Speaking at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus in Chicago last week, Snopes told the audience:
“President [Obama] is again trying to con voters with his empty promises. It’s his ‘if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor’ moment for his left-wing supporters.”
Also speaking at the event was Charles Lansinger, a border security expert who told the audience:
“The president will [remind Hispanics] of his commitment to immigration reform and to do as much as possible to change the nation’s immigration system as he can by presidential fiat.”
Their comments were made following Obama’s decision to postpone any executive action on immigration reform. That postponement is not being received well among the Hispanic community. Jeffrey Knolls, a political strategist and pollster referred to a recent Pew Research poll that revealed 52% of Hispanic voters are dissatisfied with their political party’s lack of action on immigration, when he stated:
“Apparently internal polling is revealing to Obama’s minions that their leader has experienced a marked decrease in Latino support following his decision postpone executive action for political reasons.”
Hopefully, Hispanics will wake up to Obama’s broken promises and take this dissatisfaction to the polls and show Obama and his Democrats just how disappointed they are.