Skip to comments.Obama pledges immigration reform early in 2nd term
Posted on 04/14/2012 9:02:43 AM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
CARTAGENA, Colombia (AP) - President Barack Obama is promising to tackle immigration reform in the first year of a second term.
Obama says in a television interview that he would work on immigration this year, but can't get support from Republicans in Congress.
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Funny, I remember W and John McCain trying to push "comprehensive immigration reform" and Democrats wouldn't help and then Obama got elected and ... Democrats wouldn't do it then either.
Why should Obama be believed?
If there is proof Prince Noobama of Kenya was actually born in Kenya, we better find it and find it fast because I don’t think RINOmney stands a chance against that guy. All Noobama has to say in a debate is “But Gov. Romney, you did the same exact thing you are now criticizing me for.” Repub-elities effed up massively pushing that idiot as the nominee. The only thing that’s going to prevent the Marxist Muslim doing a 2nd term now is solid proof he’s a foreigner or some miracle candidate suddenly showing up, otherwise we are headed towards another civil war which is going to make the first one look like a pillow fight.
More brazen vote pimping!
If he had intended to do anything he would have done it when he first got into office.
I hope people aren't fooled again.
Under the move, the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice will review and clear out low-priority cases from 300,000 backlogged deportation proceedings.
Continued focus of immigration enforcement on those with criminal records would effectively leave alone those who came at a young age and have spent years in the United States.
Republican critics say directing immigration authorities to use prosecutorial discretion to administratively implement such changes ignores Congress and existing federal law.
Obama already passed backdoor Amnesty:
Best or worst news, depending on your spot on the IQ curve, or geographical location (outside the U.S.)
First of all, we now have three years of hard unequivocal experience.
No pledge by that horse's south end is worth a bucketful of spit. Whether due to incompetence or design is irrelevant.
Delivering an immigration reform speech in a foreign country borders on treason.
We now know beyond reasonable doubt what he meant by "Change."
Quadrupling the National Debt.
Unemployment not seen since the Great Depression."
Inflation not ever seen for decades, increase in the price of necessities not included in the official "Cost of Living."
Increases in taxes, but only for working Americans.
More than doubling the number of government employment at all levels (GSA abuse, anyone?)
Doubling the number of parasites on food stamps and other government "entitlements."
Attempting to redefine the English Language. Among the abused and perverted words : Insurance; investment; Fairness; Justice; unprecedented; unique; obligation; duty; truth.
From my perspective, his chances of reelection are somewhere between zero and minus 1. In fact if it was up to me, he would be impeached for criminal incompetence.
I’m with Sarah-
I believe a first Mitt term will be better for the nation than a second Obama term.
I agree....but it will also empower GOPE to continue pushing liberal/socialists like Mutt in the GOP while keeping conservatives out of power.
When has the GOP given us a candidate we could support?
Once in 158 years?
The rookie has about six long months to go. Why not just do half of it?