'Hotline For Illegals' is not a new network television sitcom, it is an actual hotline for Illegal immigrants to complain about being treated like illegal immigrants. As the phrase goes, you can't make this up. It should come as no surprise to most, as the Obama administration seems to skirt immigration law on a daily, neigh hourly basis.

The US Herald reported last Wednesday on the newest allegation lodged against President Obama, regarding a “shadow” work authorization program that has been giving over five million illegal immigrants illegal work since 2009. Now, they get their own personal complaint hotline.

The Washington Times reports that the Homeland Security Department has set up a hotline for illegal immigrants who believe their “rights” under the President's amnesty policy have been violated. This information comes from a memo that announced a “customer complaint line” by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

The 'Hotline For Illegals' memo read like an advertisement.“Please tell us about your experience”, if they believe they were treated “contrary to the new Homeland Security enforcement priorities”, they have this new complaint hotline to call.

Apparently, there is more than just one complaint line. There is one for U.S. Customs and Border Protection, one for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and one for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. They cover Border Patrol, Immigration laws, and immigrant applications.

Perhaps it would make more sense to label it Border should-not-patrol, Illegal Immigration laws, and Illegal immigrant phony applications.

President Obama's new immigration, or amnesty policy, grants legal status to up to 4 million illegal immigrants. It also orders the Border Patrol and Immigration and Customs Enforcement not to arrest illegal immigrants who say they have been hiding in the U.S. for years but don’t meet the criteria for the President's plan. So, essentially, everyone is just allowed in?

If you think the American public might be floored right now, there are many others who feel the same way. Some, you have already guess, but others you might not have.

Border Patrol agents find the Hotline for Illegals to amount to a "slap in the face" to those who put their "lives on the line to enforce the law". Shawn Moran, vice president of the National Border Patrol Council, said the administration should support the Border Patrol.

Instead of supporting our agents, this administration has decided it is more important to find new ways to solicit complaints and invite ridicule against them. We demand that this administration spend more time defending the men and women defending our nation and less time promoting the extreme agendas of pro-illegal-immigration organizations.”

He also suggested instead to make a complaint line for agents, so they could register concerns over the Obama administrations “failure to enforce laws involving their own pay, the lack of adequate firepower they bring to the fight with drug cartels, and the lack of enforcement of current immigration laws.

The Border Patrol is not the only ones that seem to be lacking any interest in the Obama administrations Hotline for Illegals. Immigration rights advocates are mixed on the subject.

They are “torn” over whether complaints have proved effective, the Washington Times reports. One side says they are useful, but tend not to produce results. Not to mention, the ability of Homeland Security to investigate Homeland Security.

The silent hurt that is not mentioned here is the fact that American people will once again be on the hook financially for the sake of Illegal immigrants. It has yet to be said, but a whole three hot lines plus employee workforce , do not just work for free.

The Obama administration would do well to decide whether he wants to be president or king. A King gives edicts and makes his own decisions without regard to the will of the people. A president, if he wants something, must appeal to the people and their representatives to get things done.

If he fails, but still wants something, then he must compromise. As we near the end of President Obama's two terms, it seems quite unlikely that are Petulant-Child-In-Chief is going to grow up into a mature president anytime soon. The American people should take heed, and remember this experience come the 2016 election.


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