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Topic - End of DACA - but not the Dreamers
Posted: September 05 2017 at 9:32am By Medclinician
To have a lawful system of immigration we cannot allow or accept everyone who wishes to do so.  As we move into the year 2017 - which now once again nears a close - The American citizens deserve to have a dream as well - a better economy and jobs. As companies have moved offshore and millions of jobs have been lost - what had begun as bringing people into California to help harvest crops and serve as low paid slaves to the rich - has now overwhelmed the economy and the medical system. After 3 generations of welfare, food stamps, and open borders, it had to end.

The executive order issued by President Barack Obama was unconstitutional and exceeded the power of  the Executive branch what should have been handled by congress and now - they have a responsibility to do so.  It was illegal. The Judicial branch is not elected -yet have an important part in the balance of our democracy.

Propaganda is propaganda. Calling them Dreamers and saying it is a tragedy - is to ignore that unemployment is an issue for citizens of the U.S. who are competing to have the very jobs the illegal immigrants have taken away.

This, for some legislators is a bitter pill - for them to have to take the responsibility to advance the interests of the American people.