Pres Barack Obama Opinion about the Supr Court's ruling about Ariz Immigr Law

President Barack Obama became President of the United States based upon the experience he acquired in campaigning and become President of the USA.

Leadership or Politics in the USA is the choice that everyone that is put in position of oversight must make.

It is not for me to make the determination that an individual is a leader or Politician, but many voters are not aware that they should avoid a person claiming to be a politician just like they should avoid someone claiming to be a salesman. I think that we must look hard to find a person that has transcended many of the difficulties of being in charge in order to transform themselves in to an ideal leader.

There have been very few Leaders at the height of the President of the United States that has achieved that accomplishment and we should evaluate President Barack Obama on such criterion and determine whether he tried to be a Politician of a Leader.

Our Politicians are put in the position of leadership only to speak patriotic about the United States. If we would evaluate them it would be hard to identify one good leader in the USA. The Politicians campaign central to persuading citizens to vote for a particular person.

The biggest problem with all campaigns that have evolved in the USA is directly related to who is allowed to vote.

We have never had an election where every person who is defined as a citizen in accord to the United Nations is allowed to vote. The other problem is the allowable donation of money to be used in a campaign.

The other problem in the USA is to have a media that objectively evaluate a campaign.

Mandatory debates between candidates should be an absolute requirement and not be manipulated by any of the candidates or the Media. I think that every USA citizen should be required to step into the voting booth and if they decide not to vote then that is acceptable but if they don’t show up to vote then that should be a violation of the law punishable equivalent to a felony.

The above is how I am going to evaluate the choices between candidates for the President of the USA.

I don’t think that race should inter into the evaluation at all and if it does the individual making that decision should back away from it quickly.

I am not only look at what impress me about Barack Obama the Democratic Party Candidate and Mitt Romney the Republican Party Candidate but I will evaluate the independents also, whoever they might be beginning with the basics.

Every USA citizen that is a registered voter will be making a decision on whom to vote for in the United States presidential election of 2012 to be held on Tuesday November 6 2012.

President Barack Obama was elected to be President of the United States and the central question is whether he managed the USA effectively and especially the role that he played internationally in the last three years supposedly as a World Leader.

The President was born August 4 1961 and he was born in Honolulu Hawaii.

He is a graduate of Harvard Law School and Columbia University. He was a Community Organizer before graduating from Harvard’s Law School. He was a State Senator for three terms 1997 to 2004. He became a US Senator November 2004 and was inaugurated as the 44


President January 20



He was named 2009 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate nine months after becoming President of the USA.

President Obama should present legislation that increase real estate listings for the homeless.  Housing programs for the poor and the homeless have not been addressed during his administration.

Arizona Senate Bill 1070

1. Allow the Police to check a persons immigration status while enforcing other laws;

2. Arizona law requires that immigrants have documents in possession regarding their

status in the USA.;

3. The Law prevents all agencies and governments from lack of enforcement of the

Federal Laws regarding immigration and

4. The law makes it illegal to hire anyone regardless of immigration status from any


The Supreme Court ruled on 6/25/2012 that provision of the law that addresses provisions 2, 3, and 4 are unconstitutional.

Barack Obama position regarding the ruling is the following:

"I am pleased that the Supreme Court has struck down key provisions of Arizona's immigration law," What the President said is in accord. "What this decision makes unmistakably clear is that Congress must act on comprehensive immigration reform. A patchwork of state laws is not a solution to our broken immigration system — it's part of the problem."

But the president also said he was "concerned about the practical impact" of what critics have dubbed the "papers, please" provision. "We must ensure that Arizona law enforcement officials do not enforce this law in a manner that undermines the civil rights of Americans," in accord to President Barack Obama