Obama equals the inability to Learn
There is however a patronage given over to Cantor’s words versus his actions. The nature of the conversation between Obama and Cantor is unknown, although Cantor’s statement says he told Obama that the Senate legislation is dead on arrival. The statement did not mention Cantor’s behind-the-scenes efforts to pass a Republican version of the DREAM Act amnesty, or his recent admission, after pressure from his primary opponent, that he supports granting amnesty to certain illegal aliens if they enlist in the U.S. military.
What it is that is bothering me is that there does not appear to be a set of rules to be maintained by the enlistee. In every article and with every journalist I am forever hearing granting amnesty to those of the age demographic 18 to 35 ready and have opted for military service.
Someone please (another reason I believe that no real program exists – or – what we have is the run of the mill never – properly sorted out plans that the government plans on using.
For instance, how long is the enlistment to last? Believe me military ways are slack and the last thing we would want to see is a recruit being bounced out before they have reached a day of real work, say like Advanced Individual Training (AIT). Just as enlisting into the Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard, the Army has any number of enlistments. So to shore this portion up, just like everything else with immigration reform issues – from type of screening to Obama not letting the enforcement of various crimes to be gone without any reasonable excuse.
“The president called me hours after he issued a partisan statement which attacked me and my fellow House Republicans and which indicated no sincere desire to work together. After five years, President Obama still has not learned how to effectively work with Congress to get things done. You do not attack the very people you hope to engage in a serious dialogue.” This was according to a statement given by Majority Leader Eric Cantor.
Battle between the two Congresses
The House of Representatives repeatedly has passed an IRS bill that could save U.S. taxpayers up to $24.4 billion over the next 10 years — but Harry Reid’s Democratic Senate will not hear it.
Pardon my lack of knowledge in this dreary subject matter, but just to keep the playing field level does anyone know if the Congressional rules and policies/procedures are the same when exercising a “Discharge Petition.”
A discharge petition is a means of bringing a bill out of committee and to the floor for consideration without a report from the committee and usually without cooperation of the leadership by “discharging” the committee from further consideration of a bill or resolution. Discharge petitions are most often associated with the U.S. House of Representatives, though many state legislatures have similar procedures.