Just when you think you’ve had enough…Obama….
Discussion around here today was on the unbridled notion of transparency within the federal government. Pretty much the usual ideas were brought up and we all gnawed on the notion that according to the White House advertisement mob, this message of the “most transparent administration in U.S. history” not only sparked tremendous laughter from within us all, it furthermore became the seed for debate the entire day.
Take this anyway you like — I value truth, honesty, integrity, and decency in other humans. But I also feel that if one has those basic qualities in life then surely as the people get older the more entrenched they become with their basic qualities.
In addition — these are also the basic inherent qualities that good leaders, those people who are at times possible of making responsible changes based on honesty, integrity, decency, and above all truth, that the great leaders in history place and show early.
We’re not sure about you, but we’ve heard things such as the Imperial Presidency, the Monarchy, lest we ever forget Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). This is in fact the program meant to be for “those who arrived here [USA], through no fault of their own.”
First our own intervention is undoubtedly needed. Who does this president think that he is, anyone? Since the morals and ethics of the United States originally were set before us in the U.S. Constitution, there nonetheless is a doctrine that specifically ensures that this kind of rubbish cannot possibly occur. This unlicensed, malfeasance, greedy, and dishonest action does not originate with the congress as it should, but this “bastardo”of a president, although completely aware of the separation of powers doctrine [Law] was in place.
What about anomalistic and dastardly ways; where are the ethics — the rightness or wrongness of this indecent action? Where is the respect and honesty for a Nation that has supplied one with entitlement benefits, student loans, grants, and otherwise the funding for one to literally bounce from college to college with apparently zero lost time that happens to every transfer student in the USA? Nooo! But Columbia and Harvard Law School? Who or what nation financed the associated costs for your education?
Now regardless of what you think of the appropriate balance of powers that was written out for us to follow; moreover, at the time you made these wicked and wild provisions for undocumented immigrants, you did not think of the people who had been here at all. Indeed public opinion polls were blocking “your way” by as much as 70%. You think that it will help out our economy; you hastily believe that 70% of the people of this nation supported your way — here is where it’s at; I have yet to be asked by even a staffer, House Representative, Senate member, or you how I felt about this swirling excrement. No one member in a so-called republican democracy has even had the integrity, decency, or the truth to see how I might feel about this dream.
The DACA program was announced to provide immigration benefits to certain young people who were brought to the United States as minors. If these individuals meet several requirements and do not pose a risk to the national security of the U.S. or to the public safety, they will be considered for these benefits. Those who qualify for DACA may receive relief from deportation and may obtain lawful status to live and work in the United States. This relief is for a temporary period of two years, but the status can be renewed at the end of the two year period.
Deferred action is granted on a case-by-case basis. Even if you meet the requirements outlined below, DHS will still have to decide whether to grant you deferred action. Deferred action granted under Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents program or DAPA and the expanded DACA is valid for three years and can be renewed. A grant of deferred action is temporary. However, a person granted deferred action is considered by the federal government to be lawfully present in the U.S. for as long as the grant of deferred action status.
Therefore, it remains incumbent upon you to tell the American people about the ten (10) previous amnesty’s that have been given to these people before this one. Truth has it that you’ve included The DREAM ACT with your DACA and DAPA programs as well. What in this universe gave you the right to pass amnesty’s and a completely different piece of legislation that have been defeated every two to four years since the 1980s?