Allow me to address Personal Responsibility

 Allow me to address Personal Responsibility

illegalsThe US Supreme Court weighs a major immigration case Monday that could impact the fate of millions of people facing possible deportation and further raise the stakes in the 2016 White House race.

Straight from the side here gang; if one looks at the photo taken some of the signs the protestors are holding state: “Stop Separating Families” and another states, “Our Family Deserves Justice.”

I feel that it is important to make notice here and right now that the U.S. government has not done one iota to cause what these signs suggest; moreover, what the U.S. Supreme Court Justices’ will hear starting on Monday April 18, 2016.

The eight justices are due to determine the legality of an ambitious bid by President Barack Obama to shield from deportation nearly five million undocumented immigrants.

Now this particular element of the proceedings — is important to note insofar as these provisions (DACA and DAPA) deferred action for childhood arrivals and its counterpart, DAPA, deferred action for parent(s) arrivals. These two acts will be argued in the Supreme Court as well; let it be known that these are not pieces of legislative — law making material that occurred with congressional approval.

Oh contraire! These are the programs being forced into law by President Obama by executive order without Congress’ legislative approval. This part of the argument must go towards being “unconstitutional.”   lamp of knowledge

Nowhere in the United States Constitution does it authorize a president to involve himself in the business of another branch of government. This is what the Framers specifically took the most part of the ratification process (getting the Constitution support of at least nine states) that created the “Separation of Powers” act that stipulates to the executive branch overreaching into the legislative branch, or any of those two overreaching with business belonging to the judicial branch.

Immigration is already an explosive issue in the presidential race, where Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has sharpened fault lines by vowing to build a wall along the Mexican border, and deport all 11 million or so undocumented migrants living in the United States.

Yet still on the other hand both Democratic person’s Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have already stated that these programs would be the hallmarks of their new immigration policy. To be certain, let’s face the truth here. These comments are vote pleaser’s. The amount of illegal immigrants with the right to vote in America is almost entirely registered Democrats.

Getting back to accountability and personal responsibility — ask yourself these questions. Did the children of illegal immigrants just wake up one morning and say, “Good morning, let’s move to the USA today.” The other question you should be asking is why on earth is our Supreme Court going to listen to government lawyers talk at them about deferring action for the parents who arrived either before, or after the children were born and did so illegally.

IMMIGRATION PROTESTSBeing responsible for your own actions means that you have done something you knew to be wrong, now that we have just about lived through “the invasion of our nation by other nations” as well as one spoiled rotten liar who will not even disclose his student loan applications, “foreign aid requests” as a student, a person so vile he should have never been elected in the first place is just about gone.

Just as placing “Water Stations” or “H2O sales and refills” along the heavily stampeded roads or paths illegal’s use when coming to America at the cost of US taxpayer expense, so too have these illegal immigrants created the problems of separating families. Is it the problem of the United States — I say “No, not really at all.” If you have created a problem in another nation at the behest of your own will, it is not the operating governments duty to lie, cheat, steal, or bend laws, or even make executive orders for you.

“No president has the power to override the will of the people as vested in our Constitution.”

arden B

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2 Responses to Allow me to address Personal Responsibility

  1. oldpoet56 says:

    Very good article, you put your opinion out very well.


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