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The Biggest Scandal In U.S. History

kenar Wrote: Jun 29, 2012 12:10 PM
grantd a pwr to Congres to regulat aliens withn the States bordrs. What they did grant to Congres is the pwr to set the requirmnts by which an alien may becom a citzn of the USA. btw-42 wrote: "It's true, I just read the USC, It Never mentns the wrd, "Immigration !" The USC "Only" says that the Fed-Govt shall regulat the proces of, "Naturalization" USC-10th-Amdt: "Powers not granted to the Fed-Govt goes to the States !" USC: Art-IV, Sec-4: "The US shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Rpblcn-Frm of Govt and shall protect each of them against invasion." Congresnal-Debates, Rule of Naturalization, Feb. 3rd, 1790, pgs, 1152, 1156, 1157 memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llac&fileName=001/llac001.db&recNum=576 - 578 - 579

Forget executive privilege, contempt of Congress, "fast and furious," how many documents the government has produced and who said what to whom on which date.

The Obama administration has almost certainly engaged in the most shockingly vile corruption scandal in the history of the country, not counting the results of Season Eight on "American Idol."

Administration officials intentionally put guns into the hands of Mexican drug cartels, so that when the guns taken from Mexican crime scenes turned out to be American guns, Democrats would have a reason to crack down on gun sellers in the United States.

Democrats will never...