Obama Considering New Immigration Enf...

Obama Considering New Immigration Enforcement Changes

There are 113 comments on the Roll Call story from Mar 13, 2014, titled Obama Considering New Immigration Enforcement Changes. In it, Roll Call reports that:

President Barack Obama told the Congressional Hispanic Caucus leadership Thursday evening he's considering more changes to the enforcement of immigration laws, amid growing unrest among his allies over his deportation record.

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see the light

United States

#1 Mar 13, 2014
He might deport them, but he brings them back.
ObamaCare FUBAR

Bohemia, NY

#2 Mar 13, 2014
For the preservation of our beloved country deport them all. With a Democrat under each arm.
wild child

Lawrence, MA

#3 Mar 13, 2014
Lol I laugh at the Di#k, he is truly a moron, he is not getting his way.he is mad like a child.ha ha ha. STILL NO AMNESTY.
Eleanor

Vernon Hills, IL

#4 Mar 14, 2014
A President who picks and chooses which laws he will uphold and which ones he will ignore is a traitor to his own country.

America is a great country BECAUSE it is a country based upon the rule of law.

Obama does a great dishonor to the office of the presidency by his arbitrary decisions to DILUTE immigration rules in order to gain favor for his political party.
spud

United States

#5 Mar 14, 2014
So the president sneaks a meeting in with the Hispanic Caucus at 10:18 PM because he knows all the old Hunky representatives will be in bed. What a conniver.
Cat74

Lisle, IL

#7 Mar 14, 2014
It is being admitted today that the Administration "cooked the books" on deportation. So what's new. The truth isn't in the people in the Obama Administration. They lie about everything. It won't be long now until we pack they up, and ship them back to Chicago. I doubt the Obama's will go back to the "old neighborhood" They are do important for those people now.
Rip Chen Picket

United States

#8 Mar 14, 2014
This DipShit Obama says he wants a more humane way to deport illegals, IF they would stop them at the border then nobody would have to worry about how they are deported. Maybe Obama and his puppets should think about being more humane to the Americans that are victimized by illegals every year.
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#9 Mar 14, 2014
see the light wrote:
He might deport them, but he brings them back.
Really? To what extent? How many per year?
What percentage?

Waiting....waiting....
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#10 Mar 14, 2014
Eleanor wrote:
A President who picks and chooses which laws he will uphold and which ones he will ignore is a traitor to his own country.
America is a great country BECAUSE it is a country based upon the rule of law.
Obama does a great dishonor to the office of the presidency by his arbitrary decisions to DILUTE immigration rules in order to gain favor for his political party.
"America is a great country BECAUSE it is a country based upon the rule of law."

Tell that to Republicans.
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#11 Mar 14, 2014
By the end of his second term, some 3,000,000 illegals will
have been deported. More than Bush or any other president.

CNN Fact Check: Illegal border crossings at LOWEST LEVELS in 40 years
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#12 Mar 14, 2014
Eleanor wrote:
A President who picks and chooses which laws he will uphold and which ones he will ignore is a traitor to his own country.
America is a great country BECAUSE it is a country based upon the rule of law.
Obama does a great dishonor to the office of the presidency by his arbitrary decisions to DILUTE immigration rules in order to gain favor for his political party.
The American Bar Association's Task Force on PRESIDENTIAL SIGNING STATEMENTS and the Separation of Powers Doctrine, voted oppose, as CONTRARY TO THE RULE OF LAW and our constitutional system of separation of powers, a President's issuance of signing statements to claim the authority or state the intention to disregard or decline to enforce all or part of a law he has signed, or to interpret such a law in a manner inconsistent with the clear intent of Congress.

George W. Bush issued over 700 such signing statements.

Was George W. Bush a "traitor to his own country"? Huh?

Think real hard, Eleanor.
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#13 Mar 14, 2014
see the light wrote:
"He might deport them, but he brings them back".

Really? To what extent? How many per year?
What percentage?

Waiting....waiting....

Still waiting,...still waiting...

How about it, see the light?
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#14 Mar 14, 2014
see the light wrote:
He might deport them, but he brings them back.
Still waiting...Still waiting....

Frankly, see the light, your mother should be monitoring your
access to the computer.
Quirky

Denver, CO

#19 Mar 14, 2014
Impeachment is the answer.
Cat74

Lisle, IL

#20 Mar 14, 2014
A more humane way to deport the illegal alien?// How about a Mariachi band, and a couple drinks of the hard stuff, one dance, and push them back across?
Quirky

Denver, CO

#21 Mar 14, 2014
Cat74 wrote:
A more humane way to deport the illegal alien?// How about a Mariachi band, and a couple drinks of the hard stuff, one dance, and push them back across?
Impeach Barry would be a very humane and the right thing to do! Then re-instate Operation wet back.
LA Central

Los Angeles, CA

#22 Mar 14, 2014
Quirky wrote:
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Impeach Barry would be a very humane and the right thing to do! Then re-instate Operation wet back.
Operation deadbeat is what we need, you freeloader.
wild child

Lawrence, MA

#23 Mar 14, 2014
Cat74 wrote:
A more humane way to deport the illegal alien?// How about a Mariachi band, and a couple drinks of the hard stuff, one dance, and push them back across?
hey cat, you are getting really funny.must be coz you know the republicans will take the senate.keep the house.I see no amnesty ever, just a lot of bs and lip service.lol
Quirky

Denver, CO

#24 Mar 14, 2014
LA Central wrote:
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Operation deadbeat is what we need, you freeloader.
Operation Drone Rico is the best choice!
Jose

San Francisco, CA

#26 Mar 14, 2014
Gary wrote:
<quoted text>
Really? To what extent? How many per year?
What percentage?
Waiting....waiting....
Almost all of the amigos come back, anglo azzzwipe!! LOL!!!

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