Monday, October 27, 2014

NY Post: Obama Plans 'Secret Radical Agenda' After Midterms

President Barack Obama is holding off implementing a "secret radical agenda" until after the November 4 midterm elections when it won't hurt Democrats in the voting booth and when he hopes no one is paying attention, the New York Post says.

Paul Sperry, a Hoover Institution media fellow, writes that Obama has punted multiple issues until after the election on a range on subjects, including Obamacare, immigration, Guantanamo Bay and Cabinet appointments.

Though Obama promised his base he would "fix as much of our immigration system as I can on my own, without Congress," he now is pushing executive actions granting amnesty to until late November, Sperry writes. A recent draft solicitation for bids from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services seeks up to 34 million new green cards and work permits.

Obama has taken no action to nominate a replacement for outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder, but Sperry reports that's because he plans to nominate Labor Secretary Thomas Perez. Perez, he writes, is "someone more radical" than Holder.

Perez has falsely accused a Mississippi school district of "locking up" black students for flatulence, likened bankers to Klansmen and sabotaged a housing discrimination case before the Supreme Court to cover for his own role using "the dubious 'disparate impact' theory to shake down bankers for billions in payola for Democrat groups," Sperry wrote.

The Army's probe into Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s desertion is finished, but has yet to be released. If it clears Bergdahl, Republicans likely would use it as a campaign issue, Sperry says.

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