26 States Firing Back at Boneheaded Obama

 

Hitler lecturing

Do you know another leader who’s never been wrong and repeatedly lies to the public?

Nevada has become the 26th state to join a lawsuit against President Barack Obama’s unilateral move to grant amnesty by protecting 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation—without congressional approval.

That means more than half the states agree with Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt that the president is “undermining the rule of law.”

“Our immigration system is broken and clearly needs to be fixed,” Laxalt said in a statement reported by the Las Vegas Review Journal. “But just as clearly, the solution is not for the president to act unilaterally disregarding the U.S. Constitution and laws. The solution must be a permanent, legal result that includes, not ignores, the other branches of government and their constitutional roles.

Texas filed the original lawsuit after Obama in November expanded a program to shield from deportation immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children. He also offered protection to undocumented immigrants who are relatives of U.S. citizens and permanent residents so families wouldn’t be separated, the Journal said.

The president said he did this because Congress didn’t pass comprehensive immigration reform, but he waited until after the Nov. 4 election to avoid damaging Democrats.

Obviously the electorate saw through that and swept Republicans into control of the U.S. Senate, increased membership in the House, and many state governments. But, so what, say Obama and company?

U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., was none too happy and justified Obama’s executive amnesty by using the president’s playbook response—it’s the Republicans’ fault for not passing an immigration law. He said this even though he and his buddy refused to negotiate a passable law with the GOP that included strong border control. His desk was a bottleneck blocking House bills from the Senate floor.

“There is no question we need a permanent solution to fix our broken system,” Reid said. “I wish Republicans would focus their efforts on passing comprehensive legislation rather than baseless lawsuits that hurt Nevada families.”

The lawsuit is pending in the Federal District Court in the Southern District of Texas, also supported by Texas, Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

If the courts refuse to back the states, why can’t the states nullify Obama’s action, which is not a law—and therefore not binding anyway?

Already some states, such as Massachusetts, are giving benefits to undocumented immigrants illegally. See our other story, link

4 Comments on "26 States Firing Back at Boneheaded Obama"

  1. Betty Hall | 01/28/2015 at 8:59 AM |

    don’t need new laws ,enforce what we already have,that’s the problem.the half breed POS won’t enforce them.

  2. MacD's Girl | 01/27/2015 at 8:56 PM |

    Obama hates white people and Christians. He used his White mother and her white parents to get elected and you never heard another word about them after that. Oh but how we hear about his deadbeat black father, over and over again. I do not understand why people are worried about throwing him out of office. They made every decent Black American look like ghetto trash, with the way they behave, dance, and vacation all over the world as others are losing their homes, jobs and everything else.

  3. kid_you_not | 01/27/2015 at 6:54 PM |

    If the naive Americans sided with Hitler, they wouldn’t be facing genocide via immigration which is what this is. The same Jewish bankers he was trying to liberate the world from have been unmasked more and more each year. They pass legislation that is bad for White Americans like NAFTA and immigration.

  4. Bob Barton | 01/27/2015 at 2:10 PM |

    This is pure bull,enforce the laws that are already on the books.

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