Tomorrow is election day. If you didn't vote during the early voting period, get there tomorrow. No excuses.
While tomorrow could result in a Republican majority, we are still faced with two more years of Obama and his pen. Things have been rather quiet lately, as the president isn't doing much out in front of the media. And, some things he has been doing have been ill-received, and the MSM won't widely report their fallen angel when he and his wife are heckled and booed at events.
Don't assume that he isn't fuming. And don't assume that he plans to fade quietly away. No, I think this lame duck will go out in flames. One of the scariest scenarios is this one:
President Obama’s upcoming unilateral legalization of millions of illegal immigrants is not just about amnesty, changing the culture, encouraging future illegal immigration, and so forth. It’s about who will be president in 2016. It’s about creating a massive new population of potential Democratic voters for shady operators on the left to target.
But wait a second. These people can’t vote, you say. They’ll just be legal residents. It takes years to become a citizen! And only citizens vote.Think again...
ONLY FOUR STATES REQUIRE PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP TO REGISTER TO VOTE: Kansas, Arizona, Georgia and Alabama...
...In some states, the driver’s license and voter registration application are on the same form, and the applicant simply signs. In small print, the form says applicants acknowledge they are U.S. citizens. In other states, voter registration is a separate form and applicants check a box.
In either case, once signed, the forms are automatically sent to the county or state registrar of voters, and the name is added to voter rolls. State DMV officials are not required to authenticate citizenship.Our only hope is that Obama's narcissism gets in the way of him doing anything to help out his party.