Skip to comments.'I am not king': Obama tells Latino voters he can't conjure immigration reform alone
Posted on 10/25/2010 5:44:54 PM PDT by Nachum
The president, in a push to get out the Latino vote, says Republicans in Congress have been a stumbling block. A recent poll showed Latinos generally unenthusiastic about the coming elections.
In an effort to energize Latino voters, President Obama defended his administrations efforts to work for a comprehensive immigration plan, while adding that he was frustrated by the failures of Congress to deal with the issue.
In an interview with Eddie Piolin Sotelo, recorded when Obama was in Los Angeles last week, the president blamed Republicans for refusing to work on the needed legislation. As he has in the past, Obama noted that 11 Republican senators voted for immigration reform four years ago but walked away from the issue in this midterm-election year.
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King Obama: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtlmXTjlXfE
So he’s not a Latin King? What is he a Crip...Blood...
No. Merely pretender.
‘I am not king’, I only play one on television!
Isn’t he the dictator?
King Barack the Kenyan is trying to pump up the illegal alien voters. They might sit this one out since he hasn’t given them amnesty yet.
‘Isnt he the dictator?’
Of the disloyal opposition.
‘I am not king’
In Nobama succession, that would be a demotion . . . Only a god is higher than a king.
Not passing terrible legislation is dealing with an issue, and Congress has dealt with this one since 2006 and before. Obama and others need to stop trying to buy future votes with US citizenship and deal with the issue by enforcing the law.
Nachum, he didn’t say “not A king.” He said “not king.”
Not using ‘a’ is Freudian.
‘not A king. He said not king....Not using a is Freudian.’
Indeed. It only makes those who are following him wonder what other nasty business he has planned
And he is no Yul Brynner Etcetera, Etcetera, Etcetera
“...I was aiming for Emperor of the Planet.”
Latinos best understand that if they don’t get on the side of the Republicans, they loose. Democrats will use them as often as they can, as long as they are willing to let them. If they keep the Democratic politicians in charge in California, nothing will change for them.
Yeah, most of us know that Obozo. But then again, you think we are all to stupid to take care of ourselves, so yo ufind the “need” to tell people retarded things like that.
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