Don't care if they rename it, don't care if it's legislation instead of an EO, Trump campaigned on a promise to end DACA... Not rebrand it. Not only that, he's actually giving Congress six months to get the Illegal Alien Protection Act to his desk for signature.
Trump sends a big message to Congress about illegal immigration in just 8 words
Carlos Garcia, 5 Sept 2017
“Congress, get ready to do your job – DACA!” he tweeted.
By Joseph Weber, Published September 05, 2017, Fox News
“However well-intentioned, President Obama’s DACA program was a clear abuse of executive authority,” said House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis. “Just as the courts have already struck down similar Obama policy, this was never a viable long-term solution ... . It is my hope that the House and Senate, with the president’s leadership, will be able to find consensus on a permanent legislative solution."
Trump is ready to channel obama in saving DACA... has a pen and a phone.
The Latest: Trump vows to revisit DACA if Congress stumbles
AP, Sep 5, 9:03 PM EDT
Trump announced Tuesday that he was phasing out President Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program, but said he'd give Congress six months to come up with an alternative before ending it completely.
Now he's tweeting that, "Congress now has 6 months to legalize DACA (something the Obama Administration was unable to do)." But he says, "If they can't, I will revisit this issue!" It's unclear what that means.
By Mark Moore and Marisa Schultz, September 6, 2017 | 11:45am | Updated
House Speaker Paul Ryan on Wednesday told “Dreamers” to “rest easy” because his chamber will work with President Trump to come up with a plan to reform the immigration process a day after the administration began phasing out the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals program.
“We will not be advancing legislation that doesn’t have the support of President Trump because we are going to work with the president on how to do this legislation,” Ryan (R-Wis.) said during a news conference of Republican House leaders.
Coulter rips Trump on DACA ‘revisit’ rhetoric, tweets mock 2020 slogan: ‘At least I’m not Hillary!’
By Douglas Ernst - The Washington Times - Wednesday, September 6, 2017
“That has become the GOP’s official motto: ‘Next time!’” she wrote May 3. “We can never win this time. Instead, Republicans’ idea is always to surrender this time, in hopes that their gentlemanliness will be rewarded by their mortal enemies next time. Then, next time comes, and Republicans again surrender in hopes of currying favor with the Democrats and the media for the next time.”
“Daily Trump melodrama is worth it ONLY if he’s really going to build the wall, cut off Muslim refugees and deport illegals. Today’s BORDER WALL CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: Miles completed yesterday —Zero; Miles completed since Inauguration — Zero,” she tweeted June 16.
Those Trump shiv attacks on his base are starting to add up, and from the Republican base... crickets chirping.
Jared Kushner Helped Top Democratic Senator Lobby WH For DACA Amnesty
by Neil Munro, 8 Sep 2017
That amnesty-for-border-security deal is a long way short of Trump’s campaign promise of an effective border wall and is also very far short of his advocacy for the popular Raise Act merit immigration reform. The Raise Act would reform the nation’s immigration laws to help raise wages and opportunities for the 320 million Americans who dream of better lives for themselves and their children.
DACA: Déjà Vu the 1986 Amnesty: Into the Trap and Over the Demographic Precipice
September 7, 2017, Mike Scruggs
DACA is the abbreviation for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. DACA is an immigration policy instituted by President Obama in June 2012 that deferred any action to deport illegal immigrants who arrived here as children (16 or under) and allow them to have Green Card work permits. Obama’s DACA is clearly unconstitutional. Immigration policy is delegated to Congress, not the President. The President is responsible for enforcing immigration law, but that responsibility was certainly lax under both Presidents Bush and Obama, resulting in somewhere in excess of 11 million illegal immigrants residing in the U.S, of which about 8 million unlawfully hold American jobs. The number of illegal immigrants who have applied for DACA (“Dreamers” according to the propaganda language of its supporters) is about 800,000, and there are at least another 400,000 who are eligible for DACA but have not yet applied.
Illegal and excessive legal immigration hurts American workers by reducing job opportunities and significantly suppressing their wages, $494 billion annually. In addition, it costs federal, state, and local taxpayers an estimated $172 billion in government benefits and services. See my August 10 article on “Fixing the Immigration Swindle” for substantiation.
Don't do it... Don't even entertain the idea of not following through with YOUR pledge to remove these criminals from our country. Don't screw over the people that put you in office; People that accepted ridicule from every sector of the Leftist machine, people that took frigging beatings in the street because they believed in you, don't do it... or you lose everything.
Trump: 'Does Anybody Really Want to Throw Out Good, Educated and Accomplished Young People?'
By Susan Jones, September 14, 2017 7:28 AM EDT
President Trump promised to build "the greatest wall that you've ever seen" on the campaign trail -- shown here in Derry, N.H. on August 19, 2015. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Michael Vadon)
CNSNews.com) - Siding with Democrats who advocate amnesty for "dreamers," the hundreds of thousands of people who were brought to this country illegally as children, President Trump on Thursday issued two tweets on the subject:
"Does anybody really want to throw out good, educated and accomplished young people who have jobs, some serving in the military? Really! They have been in our country for many years through no fault of their own - brought in by parents at young age," Trump wrote.
Republicans Present Conservative Vision for ‘Dreamer’ Protection
By YAMICHE ALCINDOR, SEPT. 25, 2017
WASHINGTON — Three Republican senators introduced a bill on Monday that would offer young undocumented immigrants a path to citizenship, signaling a possible bipartisan consensus on legislation to protect immigrants brought to the United States as children.
Senators Thom Tillis of North Carolina, James Lankford of Oklahoma and Orrin G. Hatch of Utah offered what they called the Succeed Act, billed as a Republican alternative to the Dream Act that is championed largely by Democrats. Both measures would provide a legislative solution for some of the 800,000 or so beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, an Obama-era order that President Trump rescinded this month.
Congress has six months to figure out how to deal with the program’s suspension before young recipients of the program begin losing their protections and potentially face being deported.
Post by combatsquid on Sept 27, 2017 9:31:43 GMT -5
Have these ignorant asses lost their damn minds? I am married to an immigrant. It took me 9 years and a lot of bullshit to get her here LEGALLY. I for one totally disagree with any form of amnesty for those that have come here ILLEGALLY. A very high percentage of these ILLEGAL ALIENS are now adults in their 20's and 30's. If they were so concerned about staying here, why have they not yet done anything to become LEGAL? These are criminals that have been here for many years working and living off of the tit of the tax payers. These are criminals who have evaded paying taxes. These are criminals that the tax payers have supported for far too long. Enough is enough already. Why must we continue to foot the bill for ILLEGAL ALIENS!
Trump admin still refusing to shut down the sigot to the illegal invaders, $80 billion is probably just the tip of the iceberg in what 'dreamers' (AKA:Illegal Aliens) have stolen from American taxpayers.
U.S. Taxpayers Have Spent More Than $80 Billion on ‘Dreamers’ K-12 education, WIC, Medicaid for illegal immigrants brought as children adds up to large price tag
by Margaret Menge, Updated 26 Sep 2017 at 6:31 AM
But as government numbers are not available, it is almost impossible to know exactly how much illegal immigrants who now have DACA have benefited from being in the U.S. illegally.
“They should be looking at it, but they’re not,” said Jessica Vaughan of the Center for Immigration Studies, referring to the federal government.
An email query to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services for information about government expenditures on DACA recipients was not answered on Monday.
iprazhm: I live in Fl and Rubio used to be the Florida Speaker of the House. As Speaker, he refused to allow bills on the floor for a vote, that hindered illegal aliens. On CNN, he said that he's willing to take the right to own a gun from Florida citizens. Traitor
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avordvet: If a citizen is old enough to carry a rifle in the military service, then they are old enough to buy/own a weapon and exercise their god-given natural right to self-defense.
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iprazhm: I have come to believe that God placed Trump in office to help Israel, and nothing else. He is clearly not there to secure the republic or promote decency. Only when the people return to serving Christ, will our country return to being great again.
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