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    Posted July 11, 2014 by
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    Immigrants will keep coming

     

    So the finger pointing has started, but the truth is, there’s enough blame to go around on immigration.  And while they squabble about who should take the blame, more children are crossing the border every hour.

    Since there was talk of comprehensive immigration reform, immigrants are streaming across to beat the deadline before any bill is passed.  The President took executive action to prevent the deportation of dreamers (children who came here very young, who made America their home, went to college and serve in the military, etc) His intentions were clearly misinterpreted.

    2, A 2008 bill signed by George Bush is clearly complicating the deportation process.  The law needs to be changed by congress

    3, Congress, in their hateful desire to block any and every bill the President supports, refuses to discuss debate or hold a vote on a comprehensive immigration reform, bill that will begin to solve the current crisis.  Now they are refusing to fund emergency relief supplies to Border States.  So what does John Boehner want? He wants the President to take responsibility; ok so then what?  You cannot fault the President for taking executive action, and tell him he is not king, but on the other side of your forked tongue blame him for the crisis.  You can’t have it both ways.

    The issue right now is not who is to blame, but what are we all prepared to do to solve the problem. 

    All my rights in America are reserved.

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