If Obama’s policies are so popular, than why isn’t he pushing them now and why are Democratic candidates desperately trying to distance themselves from him?
Obama’s post-election plans for a secret radical agenda
By Paul Sperry, NY Post
He’s the Staller in Chief — President Obama has punted almost every hot-button issue past the key midterm elections on Nov. 4.
Obama has postponed decisions on a raft of contentious issues related to ObamaCare, Gitmo, immigration and his Cabinet.
This is partly to protect Democratic candidates and hold onto the Senate. But it’s more than that. Obama plans a number of radical moves later this year when the administration believes the media, and the public, are paying less attention.
This includes a forced transformation of our neighborhoods, a huge influx of immigrants and billions of dollars in additional taxes.
Will midterm voters really be fooled? Probably not. Republicans are expected to hold both the Senate and the House starting in the next term. But whether anyone can stop the executive actions Obama quietly plans is another matter.
In fact, the president is hoping you don’t even notice.
In June, Obama vowed “to fix as much of our immigration system as I can on my own, without Congress,” but now he’s taking no executive action on immigration until after the midterms.
The White House reportedly is preparing to provide amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants in late November, including work permits and green cards for up to 34 million.
Immigration and border security have become the most divisive and important issues of this election cycle, thanks to growing threats from Islamic terrorists and Ebola. Most Americans already opposed amnesty.
Even though Attorney General Eric Holder stepped down last month, Obama hasn’t named a replacement — that’s because he has someone more radical in mind: Thomas Perez.
Perez, now serving as labor secretary, is a dangerous race-baiter — and a shameless liar to boot.
He recently told an all-black crowd at Howard University that he learned while visiting a Mississippi school district that officials were locking up black kids for farting. He used the outrageous anecdote as an example of lingering white racism in the Deep South. But as I reported earlier in The Post, the African-American school superintendent denied the whole story and said Perez never even visited schools there.
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