Democrats: No bluff, Obamawill go it alone on immigration

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The Obama administration is "not bluffing" in its intent to take executive action on immigration policy if House Republicans donA t act soon, top Democratic leaders warned Thursday. Full Story
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Amigo

New London, CT

#1 Jun 27, 2014
VIVA tp Presidente Obama!!! ;)

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Amigo

New London, CT

#2 Jun 27, 2014
Obama ROCKS!!! ;)

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Bitter Clinger

Stillwater, OK

#3 Jun 27, 2014
Who need a Constitution or a Congress with this guy?

Before the English Civil War, King Charles I simply dissolved Parliament whenever they weren't doing things his way.(Legislative bodies are such a drag on monarchs.)
Of course, by 1649, things didn't work out so well for Charles Stuart.
Object lesson: Tyrants have bad karma.
wild child

Bronx, NY

#4 Jun 27, 2014
No this will be yet an other executive order that will not fly.
Amigo

New London, CT

#5 Jun 27, 2014
E.O Amnesty is AWESOME!!! ;)

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wild child

Bronx, NY

#6 Jun 27, 2014
Amigo wrote:
E.O Amnesty is AWESOME!!! ;)
not gonna happen, you are still Iillegal.you will never move foward, which is great for america.by november your out.plus they are in his case about e.o. now.he wont do it.he may stop deporting or extend daca, but that will not keep you here more than 2 years.
Amigo

New London, CT

#7 Jun 28, 2014
"Executive Order" Amnesty is COMING!!! ;)
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#8 Jun 28, 2014
President Obama represents Americans who ask only that the House of Representatives to do its job, while Speaker Boehner obstructs the House from doing its job because he's afraid to stand up to tea partiers who don't want him to permit a vote on immigration reform (or just about anything else, for that matter).

It's to the President's credit that he's willing to be the responsible adult while the House selfishly embroils itself in childish drama. Of course, he'd prefer that Boehner do his job by permitting a vote, but Boehner's response is to pose a dramatic threat to sue the President for acting responsibly because he refuses t do so himself.
spud

Narvon, PA

#9 Jun 28, 2014
kuda wrote:
President Obama represents Americans who ask only that the House of Representatives to do its job, while Speaker Boehner obstructs the House from doing its job because he's afraid to stand up to tea partiers who don't want him to permit a vote on immigration reform (or just about anything else, for that matter).
It's to the President's credit that he's willing to be the responsible adult while the House selfishly embroils itself in childish drama. Of course, he'd prefer that Boehner do his job by permitting a vote, but Boehner's response is to pose a dramatic threat to sue the President for acting responsibly because he refuses t do so himself.
Obama is like a baby. He wants what he wants and cries like a baby when he doesn't get it. You can join the club when it comes to Boehner. He also blocked a vote to implement Everify two years ago and that would have gone a long way toward solving our illegal alien problem. The Tea party representatives are the only ones actually representing the American worker so I'm with them.

Since: Jan 09

Central NJ

#10 Jun 28, 2014
Obama's ruling would have the effect of making this a one party country just like Mexico was for over seventy years. The PRI ruled Mexico with an Iron hand just like in the old Soviet Russia. That's why there is so much corruption and political murder. Let the immigrants in and you bring all that here. No thanks!
My president was elected by dead people!
Regards, Terri
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#11 Jun 28, 2014
Hey Amigo, it would appear that there's a tea partier here who's vehemently and with 100% consistency in complete agreement with himself about wanting to obstruct permitting the House to vote on immigration reform while chastising the President for acting responsibly. It's self-affirming that our posts invoke such an urgently desperate response. Bullies don't accept people standing up to them with dignity.
sandy1

New City, NY

#12 Jun 28, 2014
TerryE wrote:
Obama's ruling would have the effect of making this a one party country just like Mexico was for over seventy years. The PRI ruled Mexico with an Iron hand just like in the old Soviet Russia. That's why there is so much corruption and political murder. Let the immigrants in and you bring all that here. No thanks!
My president was elected by dead people!
Regards, Terri
Agree. The anti American in chief couldn't get his way,so he throws a tantrum and screws the American people by orchestrating an invasion of diseased parasites. As much as I dislike the elitist peckeerhead Boehner,I applaud him and the rest of Congress for blocking bath house Barry's agenda to fundamentally transform America into a third world cesspool.
spud

Leesport, PA

#13 Jun 28, 2014
kuda wrote:
Hey Amigo, it would appear that there's a tea partier here who's vehemently and with 100% consistency in complete agreement with himself about wanting to obstruct permitting the House to vote on immigration reform while chastising the President for acting responsibly. It's self-affirming that our posts invoke such an urgently desperate response. Bullies don't accept people standing up to them with dignity.
Hey dog, don't knock your shoulder out of joint as you pat yourself on the back. You're giving yourself far too much credit. Your description of your your opponents opinion as being "vehement" or "urgently desperate" is far from "dignified". You're a lot like your hero, Obama, when it comes to being unable to even acknowledge others opinions. I was envisioning foam slowly oozing from the corner of your mouth as I read your post. Was I right, Amigo? Don't forget, hire gringo workers. Safe, intelligent and productive gringo workers. The BEST!!!

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#14 Jun 28, 2014
The Republican party has decided to make, the much needed Immigration Reform, their Waterloo......For many the GOP will merely become a footnote in their future......Having watched the last 5 years, as teaparty House republicans have done everything possible to harm both the American people and our Economic recovery.....WE SHALL NEVER FORGET OR FORGIVE THEM......
Amigo

New London, CT

#15 Jun 28, 2014
VIVA "Executive Order" Amnesty!!! ;)

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kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#16 Jun 28, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
The Republican party has decided to make, the much needed Immigration Reform, their Waterloo......For many the GOP will merely become a footnote in their future......Having watched the last 5 years, as teaparty House republicans have done everything possible to harm both the American people and our Economic recovery.....WE SHALL NEVER FORGET OR FORGIVE THEM......
Its undignified demise is such a horribly sad ending for the Party of Lincoln.

Since: Mar 11

Minnesota's North Coast

#17 Jun 28, 2014
what they are calling immigration reform, is not really reform...without dealing with the core cause of the problem, US citizens hiring illegal aliens, nothing will be solved, in fact this administration's plans will jsut make it worse, we will have millions more citizens to take care of and a new influx of illegals will come to take the jobs they used to do.

we know how do solve this problem , go after those hiring illegals. proven effective tactic. nothing else tried has even come close to working.

stop treating the symptoms and cure the problem once and for all
MegaRed

Avon, IN

#18 Jun 28, 2014
woodtick57 wrote:
what they are calling immigration reform, is not really reform...without dealing with the core cause of the problem, US citizens hiring illegal aliens, nothing will be solved, in fact this administration's plans will jsut make it worse, we will have millions more citizens to take care of and a new influx of illegals will come to take the jobs they used to do.
we know how do solve this problem , go after those hiring illegals. proven effective tactic. nothing else tried has even come close to working.
stop treating the symptoms and cure the problem once and for all
Let's face it the so called immigration reform act, written mostly by open border treason lobby activists like laracist (laraza) is one piece of shiit legislation and needs to d. On the other hand you did hit the nail exactly on the head of the core problem with illegal immigration, that is the scumbag employers illegally hiring scumbag illegal mexiholes. The RINO republican chamber of commerce is more guilty than any other group in promoting the illegal hiring of illegals. It's time for the RINO republican chamber of commerce to own up to it's treasonous anti-American activities part in promoting the hiring of illegal mexiholes by scumbag employers of illegals.
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#19 Jun 28, 2014
woodtick57 wrote:
what they are calling immigration reform, is not really reform...without dealing with the core cause of the problem, US citizens hiring illegal aliens, nothing will be solved, in fact this administration's plans will jsut make it worse, we will have millions more citizens to take care of and a new influx of illegals will come to take the jobs they used to do.
we know how do solve this problem , go after those hiring illegals. proven effective tactic. nothing else tried has even come close to working.
stop treating the symptoms and cure the problem once and for all
Unfortunately, we don't seem ready to have an honest conversation about the real issues dividing us as they pertain to our urgent need for immigration policy reform.

The need is urgent because, like it or not, economic and political instability and high crime rates south of the US are driving mass migration across our southern border. Like it or not, as a result we're becoming browner and increasingly bilingual. We're divided in our values about how to deal with this. Should we welcome the downtrodden and American dreamers as valued new assets in our cultural mixing pot or should we fear them as criminal invaders who would destroy our way of life?

The underlying issues that divide us fundamentally are, broadly speaking, racism and xenophobia. On one side we have a white minority that's rapidly losing its majority rule. The writing's on the wall; it's just a matter of time and loss of an aging generation. The other side doesn't feel like they're losing, but like they're gaining diversity that will enrich our culture. And, they feel like they'r being good people, welcoming dhe dreamers and the downtrodden.

Both sides understand that overpopulation due to completely uncontrolled immigration would be a destructive force. Both sides understand that as the US browns and becomes increasingly bilingual, they need to win elections to remain politically powerful factions.

What to do? Shall we enact legislation to help us adapt to cultural change in an orderly fashion or shall we attempt to freeze the status quo of our culture as those who recall the twentieth century nostalgically remember it?

We need to talk about the issues. We need to fill the need for a reasonable and satisfactory solution.

Since: Mar 11

Minnesota's North Coast

#20 Jun 28, 2014
kuda wrote:
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Unfortunately, we don't seem ready to have an honest conversation about the real issues dividing us as they pertain to our urgent need for immigration policy reform.
The need is urgent because, like it or not, economic and political instability and high crime rates south of the US are driving mass migration across our southern border. Like it or not, as a result we're becoming browner and increasingly bilingual. We're divided in our values about how to deal with this. Should we welcome the downtrodden and American dreamers as valued new assets in our cultural mixing pot or should we fear them as criminal invaders who would destroy our way of life?
The underlying issues that divide us fundamentally are, broadly speaking, racism and xenophobia. On one side we have a white minority that's rapidly losing its majority rule. The writing's on the wall; it's just a matter of time and loss of an aging generation. The other side doesn't feel like they're losing, but like they're gaining diversity that will enrich our culture. And, they feel like they'r being good people, welcoming dhe dreamers and the downtrodden.
Both sides understand that overpopulation due to completely uncontrolled immigration would be a destructive force. Both sides understand that as the US browns and becomes increasingly bilingual, they need to win elections to remain politically powerful factions.
What to do? Shall we enact legislation to help us adapt to cultural change in an orderly fashion or shall we attempt to freeze the status quo of our culture as those who recall the twentieth century nostalgically remember it?
We need to talk about the issues. We need to fill the need for a reasonable and satisfactory solution.
this isn't an issue of cultural change ..we know that is happening, it is about doing it properly. having a shadow society of workers and residents without the normal protections of our constitution in this day and age and in this nation is not acceptable..and the costs of having illegal workers to our economy is far greater than most realize. far outpacing the short term benefit of the cheap labor.

this is why we must reform immigration and not just an appeasement to those already here but a whole reworking of our immigration policy and enforcement.

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