Friday November 27, 2015
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Obama has bypassed Congress, He Violates the U.S. Constitution; granting Congress sole authority on such matters. Obama Amnesty is declared for Millions of Illegal Aliens on 6-15-2012. Obama Decrees the Amnesty Congress has previously rejected.
Now, frustrated that Congress has actually listened to voters, President Obama has decided to issue an amnesty, broader even than the DREAM Act, without the consent of Congress.
Today, Obama announced that he is suspending the deportation most illegal aliens under the age of 31—(some say 40, unclear right now) He states he will also give them work permits—permitting them to take U.S. jobs. These are jobs desperately sought by 20 million unemployed Americans and millions of graduating American youth.
But this declaration is more than a betrayal. It is a direct violation of the U.S. Constitution. The Constitution gives law-making powers to Congress alone. All immigration policy powers are given to Congress alone. The President has no authority to give a de facto amnesty to millions of illegal aliens. And doing so right now, when 20 million Americans have no work, is a stab in the back to every American who can't find a job.
Talk about voter election RACE pandering! He's pathetic and has to go.
So do something !
Just putting it on here will not do one thing to change what he does.
Get on the radio, tv, form a group. Get petitions signed.
Educating a good portion of the complacent voting public is the first step Pat. You know, the fence sitters and nothing is worth being confrontational milk toast types. As long as we get our Gubment check we don't care what they do.
This is cause for impeachment. Start writing letters to Congress. That's the first step. Second;
This country did not elect a Dictator in chief, It voted for a CEO. That is someone who gets down in the dredges and finds the problems and figures out how to fix them.
Gee. I wonder if Obama's action was a cold political action intendced to get Hispanic votes :)
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