The Obama Presidency will be remembered as a dark stain on the history of this country, and those who have buried their heads in the sand because of a disinterest in criticizing a Democrat are complicit.

Via the L.A. Times:

As Ina visited the center in Karnes City, about 100 miles south of Austin, she scrutinized families for signs of trauma she recognized as both a former detainee and a family psychotherapist.

Mothers were issued identity cards, just as her parents had been. They spoke of eating unfamiliar food at mess halls, living under constant observation and stress, never letting their children leave their sides. In the young mothers she met, Ina saw her own.

""I recognize that part of her in myself: obeying, of doing what I'm told, of living in fear," she said. "The parallels, the resonance, the familiarity of the situation was really clear. What happened in World War II is happening again."— WWII Japanese Internment Camp Survivor Satsuki Ina