Obama To Soon Announce Executive Amnesty

Fox News got ahold of exclusive documents

Source: Obama to announce 10-point immigration plan via exec action as early as next week

President Obama is planning to unveil a 10-part plan for overhauling U.S. immigration policy via executive action — including suspending deportations for millions — as early as next Friday, a source close to the White House told Fox News.

The president’s plans were contained in a draft proposal from a U.S. government agency. The source said the plan could be announced as early as Nov. 21, though the date might slip a few days pending final White House approval. (snip)

The plan contains 10 initiatives than span everything from boosting border security to improving pay for immigration officers.

But the most controversial pertain to the millions who could get a deportation reprieve under what is known as “deferred action.”

The plan calls for expanding deferred action for illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children — but also for the parents of U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents.

The latter could allow upwards of 4.5 million illegal immigrant adults with U.S.-born children to stay, according to estimates.

Another portion that is sure to cause consternation among anti-“amnesty” lawmakers is a plan to expand deferred action for young people. In June 2012, Obama created such a program for illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children, entered before June 2007 and were under 31 as of June 2012. The change would expand that to cover anyone who entered before they were 16, and change the cut-off from June 2007 to Jan. 1, 2010. This is estimated to make nearly 300,000 illegal immigrants eligible.

This is what you get from a president who is tone deaf, at least to the American people. The only ones who want this are moneyed Democrats and Republicans, and illegal aliens. The American people don’t. It will harm the middle and lower class wage earners.

Marsh Blackburn wrote Wednesday, prior to learning about the proposed amnesty

President Obama said in October that while he was not on the ballot, his policies were. The result was a historic rejection of his radical agenda. Perhaps more than any issue, voter disgust over the President’s amnesty for undocumented individuals dictated the outcome. The President is threatening to expand his unconstitutional amnesty in December, which represents a direct threat to the economic and national security of this country. (snip)

Given all of this, I watched in astonishment the day after the election as President Obama held a press conference and doubled down on his mission to grant mass amnesty by the end of the year. At a time when the work force participation rate stands at its lowest level since 1978 (62.7 percent) and we are trying to decimate ISIL, the last thing our country needs is to grant work permits to millions of undocumented individuals and advertise to enemies that our borders are not secure.

Obama doesn’t care.

The President is also creating a Constitutional crisis, which I spoke of on the House floor in July. I stated that Democrats had gone from “Yes We Can” to “Because We Can.” I asked if the President has the power to delay part of a law, can he delay an entire law? I asked if the President has the authority to allow illegal individuals to stay in the country, does he have the authority to tell legal citizens to leave? The point being, where does the President’s power begin and end if he is allowed to act beyond the scope of his authority in furtherance of a purported greater good? The law is not a suggestion.

It is for Democrats, particularly Obama.

What’s the answer to this? Come next year when the GOP takes over the Senate to go along with the House, they simply refuse to fund any of this.

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6 Responses to “Obama To Soon Announce Executive Amnesty”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Refreshing! Someone in Washington trying to do something about something. Making an effort to solve a problem rather than just talking about it!

  2. Nighthawk says:

    Yup, never mind that what is being done about the problem just creates more problems and really doesn’t solve anything. But that’s OK as long as SOMETHING is being done right?

    This is the “hey, the government knows what’s best for us so I’ll just go along with it” attitude that got us in this mess to begin with. Makes me think Gruber was right.

  3. david7134 says:

    I agree nighthawk, after all, the American people have spoken and said they don’t want any of this amnesty crap. So what do the president and the dems do, they run out and start an illegal amnesty.

  4. jl says:

    “Making an effort to solve a problem..” Remind me to never think that you can’t out-do yourself with ridiculous comments. So the “effort” to solve the problem is to in effect just give up and say, “Yah, just stay here. Your breaking of federal law will be forgiven?” So you’d be ok with, say, 20 million or so “rich” taxpayers not filing any returns and because it’s such a pain to track them down why don’t we just throw in the towel and look the other way?

  5. Jeffery says:

    j typed:

    So you’d be ok with, say, 20 million or so “rich” taxpayers not filing any returns and because it’s such a pain to track them down why don’t we just throw in the towel and look the other way?

    Now you’re getting it. That’s what we have now. Why do you think the “war on the IRS” was started in the 80s? Funding cuts to the IRS? Audits of EITC recipients instead of the super wealthy? Tax avoidance is a big industry, driven by the super wealthy.

    The undocumented are already working here, paying taxes, contributing to our society.

    If you ever drive 56 in a 55, you’re illegal.

    Can you list the 10 steps of the leaked Obama plan? Do you disagree with increased border security? How about more agents and better pay?

    Obama’s plan is close to what Congressional Dems and reasonable Repubs would come up with.

    The fight is between the right and extremist far-right in Congress.

  6. gitarcarver says:

    Do you disagree with increased border security? How about more agents and better pay?

    If that is where the plan ended, that would be a good starting point.

    However, what you didn’t ask about was the 4.5 million people the plan offers amnesty to – the number of people is equivalent to the population of Louisiana. Are you for allowing that many people who have committed a crime to be allowed in the country?

    The Obama proposal also ends the Secure Cities program which takes fingerprints and compares them to immigration databases to make sure people are in the country legally. Are you for allowing criminals to stay in the country?

    The battle on this is going to be between people who believe in the letter and spirit of the law, and those who do not. Clearly Obama and his supporters are on the side of those who do not.

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