The 44th President Congregates With Progressive, Labor, and Business Leaders

The 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama as he stands in front of a backdrop of American Flags, and union sympathisers while he speaks on immigration reform. The additional backdrop is he is delivering his speech soon after learning that the fourth quarter economic growth figures were reported as contracting to a -0.10% (the Obama Administration had predicted after the stimulus spending bill passed that our economy would be growing at 5%). Image Credit: whitehouse.govThe 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama as he stands in front of a backdrop of American Flags, and union sympathisers while he speaks on immigration reform. The additional backdrop is he is delivering his speech soon after learning that the fourth quarter economic growth figures were reported as contracting to a -0.10% (the Obama Administration had predicted after the stimulus spending bill passed that our economy would be growing at 5%). Image Credit: whitehouse.gov
The 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama as he stands in front of a backdrop of American Flags, and union sympathisers while he speaks on immigration reform. The additional backdrop is he is delivering his speech soon after learning that the fourth quarter economic growth figures were reported as contracting to a -0.10% (the Obama Administration had predicted after the stimulus spending bill passed that our economy would be growing at 5%). Image Credit: whitehouse.gov

The 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama as he stands in front of a backdrop of American Flags, and union sympathisers while he speaks on immigration reform. The additional backdrop is he is delivering his speech soon after learning that the fourth quarter economic growth figures were reported as contracting to a -0.10% (the Obama Administration had predicted after the stimulus spending bill passed that our economy would be growing at 5%). Image Credit: whitehouse.gov

By: Edmund Jenks – West Coast Editor

Yesterday, the President of the United States took off on the 2nd Amendment in a speech in front of a group of police officers in Minneapolis, MN. He stated that “if we can save a life, we have to do something” not caring that we live under a construct of rights granted to us through God and not through any single leader bent on control to their vision.

Today, the 44th President meets with political progressive leaders, labor leaders (aren’t these folks also political progressive leaders), and business leaders so that he can look like he is attempting to gather information upon which to lead on issues of immigration reform and economic stability.

The problem is, this President has no intention of changing the way he leads this country as he has done over the last four years going forward into the next four years … he plans on doubling-down. This means taking the 6.5 Trillion he has added to the national debt over 4 years and doubling this in the next four years. This means addressing illegal immigration  through granting amnesty for all without securing our borders first.

Names we all need to know in the push to not uphold existing immigration laws, securing the sovereignty of our country, and strengthen our fiscal solvency. (Politico):

BIG IMMIGRATION DAY AT WHITE HOUSE – White House release: “In the afternoon, the President will continue his dialogue with outside leaders on a number of issues – including immigration reform and how it fits into his broader economic agenda, and his efforts to achieve balanced deficit reduction. The President will host two separate meetings at the White House, one with progressive and labor leaders [11 a.m.] and the other with business leaders [3:20 p.m.]. These meetings in the Roosevelt Room are closed press. Expected attendees include:

“Progressive and Labor Leaders: Deepak Bhargava, Center for Community Change; Marshall Fitz, Center for American Progress; Wade Henderson, Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights’ Marielena Hincapie, National Immigration Law Center; Deepa Iyer, NCAPA/SAALT; Ben Jealous, NAACP; Cristina Jimenez, United We Dream; Eliseo Medina, SEIU; Mee Moua, Asian American Justice Center; Janet Murguia, National Council of la Raza; Ali Noorani, National Immigration Forum; Arturo Rodriguez, United Farm Workers; Frank Sharry, America’s Voice; Rachel Tiven, Immigration Equality; Gustavo Torres, Casa de Maryland; Richard Trumka, AFL-CIO.

“Business Leaders: Lloyd Blankfein, Chairman and CEO, Goldman Sachs Group; Greg Brown, Chairman and CEO, Motorola Solutions; Steve Case, Chairman and CEO, Revolution LLC; Joe Echevarria, CEO, Deloitte LLP; Paul Jacobs, Chairman and CEO, Qualcomm; Muhtar Kent, Chairman and CEO, The Coca Cola Company ; Klaus Kleinfeld, Chairman and CEO, Alcoa; Monica Lozano, CEO, Impremedia; Marissa Mayer, President and CEO, Yahoo!; Greg Page, Chairman and CEO, Cargill; Jeff Smisek, Chairman and CEO, United Continental; Arne Sorenson, President and CEO, Marriott International.”

The above listed ‘leaders’ have aligned themselves with the President to devalue the Constitution of the United States, the Bill Of Rights, and the Rule Of Law in closed to the Press meetings.

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