The Enforcer

Discussion in 'Immigration/Illegal Immigration' started by code1211, Jun 3, 2010.

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    On the Federal Level, the Congress makes law, the Court interprets law and the Executive enforces law.

    In the realm of immigration, the Big 0 has refused to control the border, refused to arrest illegals when they present themselves, refused to punish employers who would hire illegals and refused to support those who would do his job for him while he abdicates his responsibility but proclaims his authority. This has become a common thread in the actions of this administration.

    The time has come to ask him point blank exactly what he will do to control immigration.

    Is it legal for the head of law enforcement to pick which laws he wants to ignor? Allowing the enforcers to enforce only those laws that will benefit them is a dangerous precedent, no?

    Added corruption to the least transparent administration in history.
     

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