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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary

Political expediency rules the decision of immigration/amnesty. That being true, do you really believe our esteemed leaders will put politics behind them and do the right thing economically as push comes to shove in 2013? That is simply nonsense.

Immigration reform: US senators in bipartisan deal
28 January 2013 Last updated at 16:28 ET

A bipartisan group of US senators has unveiled a plan for sweeping reform of the immigration system this year.

The framework calls for a path to citizenship for many of the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the US, while tightening border security.

The eight senators promoted their proposals a day before President Barack Obama presents his own blueprint.

Correspondents say conservatives’ hard line on immigration has become an electoral liability for Republicans.

In last November’s elections, President Obama, a Democrat, won more than 70% of the Hispanic vote.


Jim Sinclair’s Commentary

I believe this biblical story occurred just before God’s wrath was visited upon certain perverts and thieves. It is possible that this illustration is in fact timely.

The financial sociopaths are proud of themselves. One I know well told me that where his family was concerned, it is better that they fear him than love him.



Jim Sinclair’s Commentary

A training exercise between the Miami Police, and attack military helicopter using live fire. Now exactly what enemy are they planning to kill in Miami, those damn conservative Snowbirds?


Jim Sinclair’s Commentary

The following video shows the deep concern that France has for the possibility of Great Britain ending it association with Euroland.

France ready to ‘roll out the red carpet’ for British exit from EU
France would "roll out the red carpet" if Britain decided to leave the European Union, the country’s foreign minister has said, as David Cameron promised to give Britons a straight referendum choice on whether to stay in the 27-nation bloc or leave.
By Telegraph staff and agencies
9:50AM GMT 23 Jan 2013

Laurent Fabius said that Britain had "positive points" to offer Europe, but told French Info radio that he had told a recent meeting with British businessmen: "If Britain wants to leave Europe we will roll out the red carpet for you."

The comment is a jibe on much-reported remarks by the British prime minister last year in which he angered the French by offering to "roll out the red carpet" to wealthy French citizens and firms who wanted move out and pay their taxes in Britain.

Mr Fabius also repeated France’s view that there could be no "Europe a la carte" in which a country picked which rules applied to it.

"Imagine we are a football club. You join the football club – but once you are in, you cannot say ‘Let’s play rugby’," he added.