Three points I would like to make based on obama's assertiveness in ensuring the states 'follow the law.'
1. Isnt it queer that obama threatens to use force to enforce the laws that support his agenda (replacing liberal voters lost to abortions), while rewarding those who break the law by not enforcing the laws that would hurt his agenda (the vast majority of immigration laws, & sanctuary cities that openly defy federal law that threaten the lives of American citizens).
2. In that obama marches on full speed despite a federal injunction halting all implementation of the Deferred Action on Parents of Americans Act (DAPA).
3. In that obama has painted himself into a corner because his timeline didnt allow for federal injunctions. In order to have the hundreds of thousands of #illegal #immigrants spread load across the country into heavily voting #GOP districts and by states giving them all they need to #vote illegally (Drivers licenses), obama has no other choice than to march on full speed, assuming SCOTUS will overturn the injunction & allow the illegals to vote in the upcoming 2016 presidential elections.
Because the bottom line on all this #illegal #immigration issue is it's about the votes & nothing but the votes. Democrats do not have a chance of survival playing straight up. In order to survive they feel they are forced to resort to Machiavellian machinations. It is really as simple as that. Some democrats have slipped up and admitted this but as a whole they come no where close to admitting this. Especially the civilian democratic party supporters (e.g. the airy academic elite who regally deny any such connections, to the angry hateful #SJW or social justice warriors who literally live on social media trolling vehement vitriol onto conservatives. Then when they quickly run out of 'talky points' ammo they resort to name calling or sarcastic insults in the hopes of scaring the conservative into conceding. Crazy I know.
“While the United States has the most generous refugee system in the world, the American people are rightly concerned about admitting Syrian refugees and the impact it would have on the safety of their families and neighbors,” Goodlatte, R-Va., said in a statement.
"In light of these concerns, the majority of state governors have taken positions that reflect the views of their residents. It’s hypocritical for Obama Administration officials to threaten enforcement action against these states when they refuse to enforce the vast majority of our immigration laws, such as cracking down on sanctuary cities that openly defy federal law and endanger the American people.” Goodlatte, R-Va.