I’m having serious reservations about Carly Fiorina’s candidacy for the republican nomination. At first, I thought, she was an ideal candidate for taking on the central government. She’s intelligent, articulate, prepared, and more importantly, she’s not a D.C. insider. But she has strayed from the issues that are important to Americans.
Her stance on birthright citizenship is particularly annoying.
Carly Fiorina said that changing the Constitution to remove birthright citizenship would not be an efficient way to address immigration reform. There are more important matters to discuss, she added.
“It would take passing a constitutional amendment to get that changed. It’s part of our 14th Amendment. So honestly, I think we should put all of our energies, all of our political will into finally getting the border secured and fixing the legal immigration,” .
I have news for Carly Fiorina. Bastardization of the 14th Amendment is an important matter. Anchor babies and forcing States to educate illegal alien children legitimizes this third world invasion from Latin America. It undermines our sovereignty and the rule of law.
A president with fortitude and force of personality can persuade Americans on the forthrightness of his or her actions by pointing out the abuses of the federal judiciary and particularly the Supreme Court. If need be, a president must organize an Article V States convention to rid us of this meddlesome vehicle for activist judges.
Ms. Fiorina likes to talk about the rule of law, but what about judicial activism. Will she abide by unlawful rulings by rogue judges who believe their legislators and not jurist? Here is her response to the arrest of a Kentucky clerk who has the audacity to be a Christian.
In a radio interview on Tuesday, Ms. Fiorina, who has been forceful about the rule of law, said, “Is she prepared to continue to work for the government, be paid for by the government, in which case she needs to execute the government’s will, or does she feel so strongly about this that she wants to sever her employment with the government and go seek employment elsewhere where her religious liberties would be paramount over her duties as a government employee?”
Does Ms. Fiorina understand the basic principles of federalism? Kathy Davis is not a federal government employee. She was elected by her constituents in a county in Kentucky. Worse, Ms. Fiorina doesn’t believe Christians should practice their faith in public life. This is a dangerous sentiment and concedes to the lawlessness of the Supreme Court and their band of black robed thugs throughout the federal judiciary.
Ms. Fiorina likes to talk about the rule of law. Maybe she would be more convincing if she addressed the lawlessness of the federal government.