White House to change illegal immigrant policy

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Banjo, Jun 15, 2012.

  1. Banjo


  2. Tsing Tao

    Tsing Tao

    Great! This should piss off the electorate (the majority) even more.
  3. desperation, angling for the hispanic vote, but unconscionable considering 1/2 of all AMERICAN undergrads are unemployed
  4. The president doesn't have the discretion to decide which laws will be enforced and which get waived for his supporters. Obama is acting more and more like a dictator.

    Arguably, this is impeachable behavior.
  5. pspr


  6. The move may generate enthusiasm among many Latinos: 85 percent of registered Latino voters said in a Latino Decisions poll that they support the Dream Act. The president enjoys a strong lead among Hispanic voters over Mitt Romney, but a lack of enthusiasm among these voters could mean they stay home on Election Day in swing states like Nevada, Colorado and Florida.
  7. Again, the republicans' lack of balls will hurt them. If hispanics want to vote overwhelmingly for democrats because democrats want to tax us to pay for their welfare and make them citizens, fine, but there should be some payback. If the republicans get in, they should start a harsh deportation policy and greenlight states to crack down.

    Instead the republican establishment supports the democrat policies. Talk about selling them the rope they will use to hang you.
  8. Ricter


    I guess you haven't heard, deportations are at an all time high under Obama.
  9. Yes, that's what he does... and Congress just gives him a free pass on just about everything.

    We might as well not bother with the Constitution or Bill of Rights any longer..

    :mad: :mad:
    #10     Jun 15, 2012