Wake up sheeple and congress, before it’s too late. When this happens you can kiss your jobs goodbye. And “impeach” that arrogant ass. As Obama prepares to announce his executive orders on immigration in the coming weeks, he is believed to be considering two major actions: granting temporary relief from deportation and giving work authorization to millions of illegal immigrants.
“There are two ways this could go,” Marshall Fitz, director of immigration policy at the Center for American Progress, told Time magazine. Obama could either be seen as “the deporter-in-chief, or the great emancipator. Those are the two potential legacies.”
Democrats are destroying this country. They want to keep us broke and dependent on them for table scraps as they remain in power.
What Obama plans to do continues to remain a secret, Time reports, but aides have declined to say how many of the estimated 11 million illegals could be helped by his actions.
Yet on the other hand, we know, illegals don’t work, they are takers.
“He seems resolute that he’s going to go big and go soon,” says Frank Sharry, executive director of the pro-reform group America’s Voice, who has met with Obama.
“I don’t want to put a number on it,” cautioned a senior White House official, noting that the president planned to take action before the November congressional elections.
“How Congress chooses to act in the coming hours and days will determine whether the President succeeds in his plan to nullify the immigration laws of the United States,” Alabama GOP Sen. Jeff Sessions told Newsmax in a statement on Saturday.
“No Member — House or Senate, Democrat or Republican — should support any bill with respect to the border crisis that does not include language explicitly prohibiting the administration from taking such action,” Sessions added. “Congress must foreclose any possibility of these unlawful executive actions before congressional funding is granted. This is an essential precondition.”
DACA ended the threat of deportation for as many as 670,000 illegals between the ages of 15 and 31 who were brought to the U.S. before their 16th birthday. Obama recently extended the program for two more years.
Another option would be to expand the program to include some family members of those who are already eligible.
“While there are several options to provide temporary deportation relief, we expect an expansion of the DACA program to other groups of individuals to be the most clear opportunity,” a congressional aide told Time.
And legal experts say Obama has that right to act on his own….hmm, these legal experts must be liberals, as Obummer was sworn to uphold the laws of the Constitution, not create his own, as only congress can do that.