Petition Started to Allow Illegal Immigrant Children to Live at the White House


Obama had the brilliant idea of orchestrating an influx of unaccompanied illegal immigrant children, who now find themselves homeless and without their families. So why not make him engineer a solution too, and have them live with Obama at the White House?

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Texas Gov. Perry accused the Obama administration of orchestrating an influx of illegal immigrant children from Central America into the US. Obama describes the children and other immigrants as a “humanitarian crisis” and has requested billions of dollars from tax payers to address the issue. “I wish I could take all those children home with me,” former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said, epitomizing the attitude of congressional Democrats. We demand Obama and Democrats come up with a plan to establish privately funded housing in Washington and on the grounds of the White House to accommodate illegal immigrants. If an amnesty bill is passed by Congress wealthy Democrats and others should continue subsidizing poor and unskilled immigrants who will impose a burden on the federal budget.

Even if this wasn’t a completely inappropriate use of the White House, it still would never happen, because Obama has never once in his life ever taken responsibility for anything. But this catastrophe is on the back of Obama and his sycophant Democrats — they should be the ones stuck dealing with the mess.

Also see: 20 Reasons You Wouldn’t Want To Live In An America Controlled By Liberals Like Obama

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