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Monday, November 09, 2015

Fifth Circuit Futiley Upholds Judge Hanen's Futile Injunction Blocking Obamnesty

by JASmius

The One didn't pay any attention to U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Hanen's injunction, or his threats of sanctions for his defiance of said order, or his imposition of said sanctions, which O also ignored.  This subpanel appellate court decision won't be any different, or the (perhaps) en banc Fifth Circuit ruling that comes next, or the SCOTUS decision that follows it, if the Regime bothers to appeal it that far - and really, why would they, since they're ignoring this judicial smackdown anyway?

The answer, for the record, is ego, of course:

A three-judge panel of the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has once again ruled against the Obama administration’s controversial immigration program, upholding a lower court's injunction barring the plan from taking effect while awaiting the outcome of a full trial on the lawsuit's underlying arguments.

The policy, called Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents, was announced in November 2014 and would have allowed for more than five million [illegal alien]s nationwide to apply for three-year renewable work permits and reprieve from deportation proceedings.

Wrong tense, Texas Tribune.  DAPALPR will allow for all THIRTY million illegals to apply for UNLIMITED work permits and FULL CITIZENSHIP, INCLUDING VOTING RIGHTS.  And the Regime will keep right on implementing it, no matter what any court says, even if it got to the SCOTUS and the Supremes ruled against his infernal majesty 9-zip.  That's why it's called Obamnesty.

As the first "populist" president, Andrew Jackson, once thundered, "Justice Marshall has made his ruling; now let him enforce it."  The Third Estate, the States, and We the People are all in the identical predicament, with no way out and no hope save accelerated selective entropy or the possibility that once the South American continent is completely depopulated, maybe we can start over down there.

Until Red Barry finds us.  But we have to take this one step at a time.

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