Stop the Coming Obamnesty!

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By Pat Buchanan.

According to Rep. Luis Gutierrez, Obama intends “to act broadly and generously” on behalf of the “millions and millions” of illegal immigrants in the United States today.

Gutierrez, who meets often with the president, is implying that Obama, before Labor Day and by executive order, will grant de facto amnesty to five million illegal immigrants.

They will be granted work permits and permission to stay. With his pen and his phone, Obama will do what Congress has refused to do.


There is a precedent. Obama has already issued one executive order deferring the deportation of “dreamers,” children brought into the United States illegally by their parents before 2007.

Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions is on to what is afoot. “We must prevent the president’s massive amnesty from going forward,” he says, and urges legislation to block an executive amnesty. But this divided Congress is not going to pass any such law. Nor would Obama sign it.

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Rep. King Reignites Impeachment Debate, White House Unconvinced House has Dropped the Issue

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By Fox News.

Iowa GOP Rep. Steve King reignited the debate Sunday about the Republican-led House considering impeachment proceedings for President Obama, just days after party leaders furiously tried to extinguish such talk.

King suggested on “Fox News Sunday” that the impeachment issue could be reconsidered if Obama again uses his executive powers to delay or defer deportation for illegal immigrants beyond those brought illegally to the United States in past years by their parents.

“I think then we have to start, sit down and take a look at that,” King said.

Political observers have suggested Obama will expand his 2012 executive memo on deportation to include the surge of illegal Central American youths because Congress on Friday went on a five-week summer recess without passing legislation to help fix the crisis.

The GOP-led House passed legislation, but the Democrat-led Senate did not.

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Did Rubio’s immigration flip-flop rehabilitate his image among Republicans?

By Noah Rothman.

Once a strong 2016 contender, Sen. Marco Rubio’s (R-FL) stock among conservatives dropped significantly after he helped to craft the Senate’s immigration reform bill.

Preliminary 2016 polling, which had shown Rubio at the top of the prospective GOP pack in late 2012 and early 2013, revealed his standing among conservatives had collapsed by the beginning of this year. Some analysts indicated that Rubio would ultimately recover from his immigration reform-induced collapse in the polls – his likely 2016 GOP opponents are not well positioned to attack the Florida senator from the right on immigration issues – but it would be months before Rubio would have the chance to rehabilitate his image with conservatives.

But the crisis on the southern border has provided Rubio with an opportunity to create some distance from his own immigration reform bill and to adopt a more hawkish stance on border security. Rubio has made the most of that opportunity, and it seems to be bearing fruit.

A recent Quinnipiac survey of the 2016 landscape in Florida found Rubio rebounding significantly among conservative voters in that critical Super Tuesday state. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who had been consistently trouncing his potential GOP opponents in his home state, has slid significantly among Republican primary voters. An April Quinnipiac poll found Rubio trailing both Bush and Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY). By July, however, Rubio had regained standing among Florida Republicans and is now statistically tied with Bush, at 18 and 21 percent support respectively, in the race for the GOP nomination in Florida.

Rubio’s penance on immigration reform is, however, coming at a price. While Rubio’s stock among conservatives is on the rise, standing in the media is falling proportionally.

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  • rlqretired

    There is only one way to stop the Obama Regime and that is for the House utilize the full investigative powers of impeachment by appointing a select committee, with special council, to immediately take up the excellent work of Sheriff Joe Arpaio, first to confirm that excellent work and then, by utilizing the full impeachment investigative powers of the House, complete that investigation and determine why this it was necessary for the Obama Regime to forge all of his identity papers and is us using a social security number previously issued to someone else.

    It is the investigation that is important, not the vote to impeach. Send to the Senate only after educating the public this man is a criminal.

  • Lloyd Revalee

    Obama has no Constitutional authority or power to do most of the things he has been allowed to do, unless We The People are willing to accept his rules. Our Congress and Our Supreme Court have both let us down, by not doing the jobs they all took an oath to do.

  • Linda

    Not only does obama need to be impeached, but should be tried for treason. He is deliberately destroying this nation. He is a EVIL musim who hates America & Israel. His action speak MUCH LOUDER THAN HIS LYING TONGUE !!!