YES! He had to take action because Boehner refuses to.
88%
NO! An act by Congress is only way to get true reform.
12%

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telliottmbamsc 7 years 9 weeks ago

What would you rather have for America?: (a) More Mitch McConnholes and John Bonner's running around, or (b) more immigrants.

[and yea, you got my permission to deport McConnhole and Bonner]

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PaulHosse 7 years 8 weeks ago

No way no how do I support Obama's amnesty by executive order. He may be frustrated but he doesn't get to write the laws---Congress does, and he doesn't get to rule by executive fiat. In addition to rewarding individuals who willfully broke the law, Obama is also telling the some 400,700 indivduals presently following the legal process that they're a bunch of saps. They should step out of line and just do it; forget about the law; forget about any medical criteria; forget about any requirements to speak minimum English or knowledge about US history or laws. Simply feel free to slid on it. If you wait long enough, the spineless federal government will fold. Obama's amnesty also tell millions of others to simple come on in; don't bother stopping at the border. We're a wide open country now.

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Janette B 7 years 8 weeks ago

LOVE 'The Revolution of 1800', Thom; and its description of obstructing the will of the majority back then illustrates it's nothing new. Boehner, McConnell, Koch Bros, et al, do excel at that activity!

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