Community organizers have their place. But the White House isn’t the place.

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Because this is what happens when a community organizer is in the White House. Immigration is treated as an issue of social justice and not a policy issue with implications that impact American lives.

Community organizers are used to making statements about things they know very little about in order to get a desired reaction from the public. But that doesn’t work so well when you are are in a position of power such that making such ignorant statements may set your country back into the early 20th century.

Community organizers can ignore the clear and present dangers of radical Islam in the name of diversity and understanding. But American Presidents cannot, not without devastating effects.

I’m just an American citizen stating his opinion. But I am an American citizen who knows first-hand the way a social justice warrior, community organizing-type works, and who knows, as we all should know by now, why that type of person is not well-suited to ensure the “life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness” of nearly 320 million people. “Hactivism” has no place, popularity contests have no place, and winning for your side has no place in the presidency. Because your side is supposed to be the American people, and when the American people lose, the president loses. Who is going to welcome Obama as a hero after he is done redefining American society for people who largely don’t want to see it changed?


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