"We cannot fight the Universe. It refuses to be budged from Its course. We can only go with It...Let us restate our Principle. We are surrounded by an Infinite Possibility. It is Goodness, Life, Law and Reason. In expressing Itself through us, It becomes more fully conscious of Its own being. Therefore, It wishes to express through us. As It passes into our being, It automatically becomes the law of our lives." Science of Mind, pg. 46
and thus what we think about, expands.
It not only expands, it is highly contagious; it is subject to group think; and is perilously wrought with human error, miscommunication, and even blatant fraud.
And good, bad or indifferent, It acts, responds and lives in and around each and every one of us every single day.
so DACA....to the Dreamers who came across our borders, often times unbeknownst to them, illegally -- coming to America with parents seeking a new life, refuge, the American dream....enough.
If you are of the law-abiding, one love, united we stand/separated we fall, mindset -- as in wanting the best for your adopted country -- then have enough respect for the rule of law in America to secure our border in care of our sovereignty, and in turn, immediately remedy the absence of following any rule of law when it comes to immigration. At this point, it is a Constitutional imperative to do so, or welcome the consequences.
Let law be the law. Otherwise, we have no law, we have no borders, we have no sovereignty, whatsoever. And then, all we have is chaos, anarchy -- and characteristically looking a lot like the actions of antifa, right about now, if anyone needs an example.
With all due respect, Mr. Past President Barack Obama -- you can't abide by the rule of law and break the rule of law at the same time. there is no intersection; there is no common law; there is no meeting of even half the minds. (Of course, this girl ain't telling you something you didn't already know, right.)
here's a good quote that takes us back to a Univision Open Forum, from March 2011:
"With respect to the notion that I can just suspend deportations through executive order, that’s just not the case, because there are laws on the books that Congress has passed -- and I know that everybody here at Bell is studying hard so you know that we’ve got three branches of government. Congress passes the law. The executive branch’s job is to enforce and implement those laws. And then the judiciary has to interpret the laws." Obama
Signing an Executive Order to grace "Dreamers" with a free pass in not following the law, it is breaking the law, usurping the law -- circumventing immigration law and congress congruently -- in order to please your base; now that's political! The act of doing away with your lawlessness at the power of the pen, as the Trump Administration has just accomplished, simply corrects the record -- no matter how highfalutin and eloquent your smack down may sound, your position is on shaky ground given precedence and this nation's concrete foundation. [If interested, take a read of the full text, here.]
[and if you haven't done so already, you must read the link "usurping the law" above; it is written by Gregg Jarrett of Fox News, 2014, and is titled, Three things that are illegal about Obama's Immigration plan.]
Jarrett points out:
"President Obama’s favorite justification for his executive action is that “Congress failed to act.” No, Mr. President, Congress did not fail to act, it chose not to act in granting amnesty.
There is a difference. A determination not to act is, by itself, a deliberate act. This is how the framers constructed our system of government. Congress considers and debates a great many bills. Not all of them pass. This is not “failure” in the conventional sense, but decision by declination. It constitutes a prudent and calculated process."exactly
America was designed to move slowly when it comes to both the writing of new law or the amending of old.
Not only that, let's go to Jeff Sessions:
“We are people of compassion and we are people of law, but there is nothing compassionate about the failure to enforce immigration laws. … The compassionate thing to do is end the lawlessness, enforce our laws, and, if Congress chooses to make changes to those laws, to do so through the process set forth by our Founders, in a way that advances the interests of the American people.”
Unless you take your cue's from a leftist like Danny Zuker, producer of Modern Family (which I love, btw) --- Ben Shapiro, The Daily Wire, captures it all right here: 'Modern Family' Producer To Christians Who Support Trump Ending DACA: 'Your Christianity Is Bulls***...F*** You'
ew that's a lot of hate, no?
Um, think it's best if we all settle a wee bit down...
Putting 'Christianity and BS and f*$% you' all in the same thought is just wrong six ways to Sunday and back again. [And, I will not watch Modern Family ever again.]
Why are people so threatened by following the Law, and in America's Law in particular?
If you really think about it, its acting totally counter-intuitive in being of right action, of right cause, and leading to right results of a vibrant, civil, compassionate society.
Law is not only Mind in Action, it is good, virtuous, moral, ethical, completely sound and upright, when it begins with good, virtuous, moral, ethical, completely sound and upright, thought.
If you have read all the links, and have allowed the logic to seep into every part of your being -- just who sounds more upright, Sessions or Zuker? Obama or Trump?
Aw, it doesn't matter really; for it's a funny thing -- for according to the laws of law and how it works, The Law knows exactly what lies ahead, indiscriminate and impersonal as It is.
Just where is the awe in good Law?
Without the awe, we will fall.
Make it a Good Day, G