Auntie Z’s Breathtaking Arrogance

Last night Obama’s Auntie Z. sat down for an interview with the local CBS affiliate here in Boston.  Her arrogance and disdain for the people from whom she has been accepting handouts for the last decade was breathtaking. Sound familiar?

I guess we know what side of the family the arrogance gene comes from.

Shocka. Obama’s Auntie Z. Granted Asylum, Will Remain In US On Taxpayer Dime

As if the judge was going to ship her back to Kenya and face the wrath of Barry & Co.

A jubilant Zeituni Onyango celebrated in South Boston today after learning a U.S. immigration court granted her asylum – a decision her neighbors speculated was probably helped by her nephew, President Obama.

“It’s obvious her nephew helped,” said neighbor Marion Swain. “She’s a very nice person – very well spoken. That’s life.”

Onyango faced being deported to Kenya by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, but a judge ruled she can now apply for a work visa and green card

Work visa?  Pu-leeze.  Why work when she can mooch off of the hardworking taxpayers of Massachusetts until the day she doesn’t come down for breakfast.

Epic Fail. Only 25% Have Favorable Opinion Of Arizona Immigration Law Protesters

You see, the average citizen isn’t down with being called a racist for wanting our laws enforced.

Following weekend protests against the new Arizona law cracking down on illegal immigration, support for the Arizona policy remains unchanged.

However, a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that only 25% have a favorable view of those who marched and protested for immigrant rights in major cities. Fifty percent (50%) hold an unfavorable opinion and another 26% are not sure.

Fifty-nine percent (59%) of voters still favor legislation like Arizona’s that authorizes local police to stop and verify the immigration status of anyone they suspect of being an illegal immigrant. Thirty-two percent (32%) oppose such a law. Those figures are virtually unchanged from a week ago.

The support remains even though 57% of voters are at least somewhat concerned that efforts to identify and deport illegal immigrants will end up violating the civil rights of some U.S. citizens. Forty percent (40%) do not share that concern.

Watch the numbers tank even more as these protests continue.