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From John Hawkins: 7 Reasons Obama’s Amnesty For Under 30 Illegals Is Terrible Policy

23 Jun
From John Hawkins: 7 Reasons Obama’s Amnesty For Under 30 Illegals Is Terrible Policy

John Hawkins knocks it out of the ballpark again:

1) It’s illegal: Since there are currently no work permits for illegal aliens, handing them out would require a change in the existing law. If this were a dictatorship like North Korea or Cuba, Dear Leader Barack Obama could simply issue a decree and change the law. Here in America we’re a republic which means that he unquestionably, uncontroversially cannot issue work permits for illegal aliens without a bill passing through Congress. His attempt to do so may seem like a small matter to some people, but it sets an extremely dangerous precedent that undermines democracy in our country.

2) Refusing to enforce the existing law sets a terrible precedent: As Obama himself has admitted, he “swore an oath to uphold the laws on the books.” He is breaking that oath to try to give amnesty to illegals. Imagine the chaos that will reign if this becomes standard practice. Suppose Mitt Romney wins. Could he end the death tax or corporate taxes by telling the IRS not to enforce them? What about putting an end to hate crime laws or the endangered species act by simple choosing not to enforce them? This is the can of worms Barack Obama is ripping wide open with his imperial decree.

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Posted by on June 23, 2012 in Featured Guest blogs, Politics

 

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