Friday, October 3, 2014
PETITION PLAINLY SPEAKS: PROTECT OUR BORDERS, MR. PRESIDENT.
Is there any border Pres. Obama and his administration desire to protect? As he seeks to grant amnesty to hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens coming across our southern borders and into our Gulf ports, he refuses to close air and shipping passage between the United States and countries who have experienced the greatest human devastation by the ebola virus. Maybe, the President wants to take the Statue of Liberty’s open-armed plea in a literalistic manner. We’ll take your diseased…and declare them eligible for free healthcare while they wait in long lines. We’ll take the refugees—a good thing in moderation—and give them free drivers’ licenses before issuing them green cards. We’ll take the down-trodden…and put them on some social welfare roll, provided they only make a maximal amount of money per year. White House Correspondent, Neil Munro notes in his article in THE DAILY CALLER, October 3, 2014, that American citizens have posted a petition at the White House urging the FAA to block flights to and from countries where the ebola virus has spread, killing over 3,300 people. The petition reads in part: “Have the FAA ban all incoming and outgoing flights to Ebola-stricken countries until the ebola outbreak is contained….” The American public is scared. Why? The administration has not kept its word on preventing the ebola virus from reaching our shores. The petition continues and concludes: “”We do not want any more Ebola-infected individuals bringing the epidemic to our shores. The longer we allow people to enter our country from Ebola-stricken areas, the higher the chance another person infected with Ebola will arrive here, putting ALL of our citizens at risk.” “Please tell the FAA to ban ALL incoming flights from any/all Ebola-stricken regions,” the petition concludes.” So, there you have it. The nation’s citizens, whom the President has sworn under oath to defend, are calling the current administration to fulfill its moral, ethical and vocational responsibilities. It’s time to make our voices heard at www.whitehouse.gov and let freedom ring!