VIDEO: Obama on immigration: ‘No force on Earth can stop us!’


There have been a number of recent attempts to explain President Obama’s fumbling, disconnected management style as everything from fatigue – he’s tired, disappointed, perhaps a little depressed, and just wants to be left alone to enjoy the perks of the office for the rest of his term – to a ponderous, hesitant approach better suited to academia than the executive branch. Jim Gerghty at National Review ran through four of these theories, beginning with the idea that “‘No-Drama Obama’ doesn’t have a crisis mode”:

He’s spent his adult life in so many relatively calm, methodical, slow-paced institutions — academia, state legislature, part-time law career, the U.S. Senate — that he can’t move or work fast. He’s perpetually deliberative, taking his time, getting sucked into “analysis paralysis”, looking for that elusive final piece of information that will clarify it all, ultimately basing his decision upon “what the experts say.” (This means he needs reliable experts – not a HHS Secretary not being honest about the state of Healthcare.gov, a VA Secretary unaware of abuses within his own department, and so on.)

On CNN, at the height of the VA scandal, Gloria Border quoted an unidentified former White House staffer saying, “People don’t like to tell him bad news. Part of it is the no-drama culture.”

But Barack Obama can generate plenty of drama when he really wants to. When it’s time to throw the rest of America under the bus and pander to his favorite new constituency, he’s more theatrical, and hysterical, than any Broadway production. Here he is talking to “immigration activists” on Thursday evening:

Read More and See Video: http://humanevents.com/2014/10/03/obama-to-immigration-activists-no-force-on-earth-can-stop-us/

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