Wednesday, February 25, 2015

The Obama Legacy Continues

From The Arizona Central:
The uncle of the Mesa store clerk who authorities say was gunned down by an undocumented immigrant out on bond told a House panel Wednesday that the U.S. government is jeopardizing public safety by releasing convicted criminals.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement "should be doing its job for the American people with the American people's safety and security first and foremost in mind," Michael Ronnebeck told House members during a government oversight and reform subcommittee hearing.
Ronnebeck's nephew, 21-year-old Grant Ronnebeck, was killed Jan. 22 while working at a QuickTrip store in Mesa.
The man charged in the killing, Apolinar Altamirano, 29, was in the country illegally. He had been released from custody in 2013 by Immigration and Customs Enforcement after posting a bond even though he had been convicted of a felony burglary.
Ronnebeck said he hopes the death of his nephew will lead to a change in government immigration policies.
"It is my family's greatest desire that Grant Ronnebeck's legacy will be more than a fading obituary, a cemetery plot, or a fond memory," Ronnebeck said during the hearing. "Instead, we want Grant's death to be a force for change and reform in the immigration policies of this great nation."
President Obama and his ilk are directly responsible for this young man's death by their illegal and morally unjust immigration policy.
Obama and Eric Holder respond when a white cop shoots a black thug but do you think Obama and Holder give a damn about this young man?
Hell no!

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