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House Votes to Defund Obama’s Illegal Executive Order For The DREAM ACT

 
Anonymous Coward
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06/06/2013 07:44 PM
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House Votes to Defund Obama’s Illegal Executive Order For The DREAM ACT
The House voted to defund Obama’s DREAM policy. Keep in mind that the policy was implemented illegally via executive order. Executive orders are not to be used to implement law. One can only hope that sanity will continue to prevail on the illegal executive orders meant to bypass the laws of this constitutional republic.

Any immigration laws should also be defeated under this political environment.


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06/06/2013 07:47 PM

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Re: House Votes to Defund Obama’s Illegal Executive Order For The DREAM ACT
Good, will it stick?
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06/06/2013 07:50 PM

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This is good, maybe the House will straighten this country out yet?

They need to defund obamacare next.
"Democracy is two wolves and one sheep voting on what to have for lunch...Liberty is a well armed sheep contesting the outcome of the vote..."
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Good, will it stick?
 Quoting: beeches


I really hope so...
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Re: House Votes to Defund Obama’s Illegal Executive Order For The DREAM ACT
The House just did a good thing. This isn't subject to any shenanigans in the Senate, because all funding bills must start in the House.

Unless they pull a stunt like they did with TARP around 2008 and NDAA recently, and dust off an old bill that passed the House years ago and is pending in the Senate, change 100% of the language, pass it in the Senate and send it back to the house for "reconciliation". An obviously unconstitutional trick that they've gotten away with at least twice now.

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