So the ACLU and all the subversive Hispanic groups win again, and the People lose.
Federal judge halts enforcement of Farmers Branch ordinance
FARMERS BRANCH -- The battle over Farmers Branch’s ban on renting to illegal immigrants escalated Monday afternoon as a federal judge issued a restraining order preventing the ordinance from going into effect.
The ordinance, approved by voters May 12, was to become enforceable Tuesday, but U.S. District Judge Sam Lindsay found reason to believe that a lawsuit filed to overturn the ordinance would succeed in federal court and issued an injunction.
Supporters say illegal immigration has placed too much of a burden on schools and other local services. They say that the federal government isn’t enforcing immigration laws, so the duty falls to local officials.
Opponents of the referendum say that immigration is a matter for the federal government and that Farmers Branch’s stance is alienating Hispanics. They also say landlords shouldn’t be responsible for verifying citizenship.''
This is a victory for anarchy, for the haters of America, for the 'reconquista' radicals, and a defeat for the Rule of Law. Some people, incidentally mostly people who have no legal or moral right to be in our country, profit and triumph over the expressed will of the citizenry and legal residents of Farmers Branch.
We've seen this happen again and again: Proposition 187, for example, and of course, the town of Hazleton, Pennsylvania, fighting court battles over their ordinance regarding illegal immigration. The pattern is clear: the will of the people means nothing, especially when it is exercised toward controlling illegal immigration or the consequences thereof.
The scoundrels who are spending multi-millions to thwart all such acts always use the excuse that ''immigration is the responsibility of the federal government.'' Yes, our federal government is supposedly responsible for protecting citizens from invasion, but the fact that we have 30 million or so invaders brazenly roaming our country is proof that they are not doing their job. They are either ineffectual, or intentionally derelict. So if local governments can do nothing regarding immigration, then America is screwed, to use a crude but apt phrase. And that is the intention. We the people are being hobbled and hamstrung by these judicial leftist activists and the ethnic agitators who bring the suits.
And does it mean anything that the judge who handed down this decision is a Clinton appointee? Not much; we've seen Bush appointees making similar decisions. The problem is a systemic one, not a partisan one. It's useless and irresponsible to pretend it's just the 'Clintonistas' as some Republicans are prone to do.
It isn't just the Democrats, the leftists, the Clinton holdovers. It's a bipartisan treason.
Who finances all these anti-American lawsuits? We've been over that question before, and there is no easy answer, but who has the deep pockets to finance all these expensive lawsuits around the country, aimed at subverting and overthrowing the Will of the People? We know that all the 'foundations' involved with all these ethnic subversive groups seem to fund only extreme left-wing causes and litigation. Where does their money come from? From the likes of George Soros, Teresa Heinz Kerry, and other wealthy liberals and leftists, and also from the taxpayers, ultimately. Obviously there is a confluence of many wealthy and powerful interests who are working night and day to see that the will of the people is not carried out. There is some suspicion that the Mexican government is involved in funding many of these efforts; that makes sense. The Mexican government profits by the presence of millions of their citizens in our country. They seem to be proceeding with a free hand in our country, meddling in ways that would not have been allowed at a saner time in our nation's history.
It looks as though, what with treasonous, corrupt, and brazen politicians in our halls of power, and a subversive and activist judiciary, the people have been dispossessed. This is not all happening by coincidence.
Our wise Founding Fathers set up our system of government, with its checks and balances, precisely because they recognized the frailty and innate sinfulness (some moderns don't like that term, but it's how our forefathers understood things) of human nature. However, our Founding Fathers apparently did not foresee just how corrupt America could become; the checks and balances presume that somebody, in some branch of the government, would retain integrity and honesty, and would honor our Constitution and the will of the people. The system breaks down when ALL of the parties are corrupt and amoral, and no one represents the majority. And that, I am afraid, is looking more and more like the reality.
Will any of the bought-and-paid-for politicians have a word to say about this?