Personally, I'm pretty tired of the whole process and it seems your just looking for an argument with this post. If you're disgusted with our current President, and you would like a change, try making one in a voting booth. As for all the pro and con arguments surrounding our President, I can hear them all day long on talk radio, where the real idiots come to play.
OK, what's more important... landing technology on Mars or providing breakfast for under priviledged school children?
185 Photos wrote:anyone? His failure to reduce the debt, failure to restart the economy, Jobs, Education? leadership??????
You leave out his failure of keeping our borders secure. He should be impeached for his latest crime of granting amnesty to 2 million illegal immigrants.
Yesterday, the Obama Amnesty program started where illegal immigrants from all over the world, will be immune from deportation if they were brought to the United States before they turned 16 and are younger than 30, have been in the country for at least five continuous years , can live here in the United States legally.
From Charles Krauthammer's article-
"Imagine: A Republican president submits to Congress a bill abolishing the capital gains tax. Congress rejects it. The president then orders the IRS to stop collecting capital gains taxes, and declares that anyone refusing to pay them will suffer no fine, no penalty, no sanction whatsoever. (Analogy first suggested by law professor John Yoo.)
It would be a scandal, a constitutional crisis, a cause for impeachment. Why? Because unlike, for example, war powers, this is not an area of perpetual executive-legislative territorial contention. Nor is cap-gains, like the judicial status of unlawful enemy combatants, an area where the law is silent or ambiguous. Capital gains is straightforward tax law. Just as Obama’s bombshell amnesty-by-fiat is a subversion of straightforward immigration law.
It is shameful that Congressional Democrats should be applauding such a brazen end-run. Of course it’s smart politics. It divides Republicans, rallies the Hispanic vote and pre-empts Marco Rubio’s attempt to hammer out an acceptable legislative compromise. Very clever. But, by Obama’s own admission, it is naked lawlessness."
“While potentially millions of illegal immigrants will be permitted to compete with American workers for scarce jobs, there seems to be little if any mechanism in place for vetting fraudulent applications and documentation submitted by illegal immigrants,” Smith said Tuesday.
The Migration Policy Institute and the Pew Hispanic Center estimate that as many as 1.7 million people could be eligible to stay in the U.S. and legally work under the new policy.
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