The GOP not only has a strong political reason to fight Obama on executive abuse, they have a constitutional responsibility, as well.
The bottom line for this, as for any institutional question, is this: is American liberty more secure with a presidential term limit or without?
President Obama wants to provoke a constitutional crisis on executive amnesty. But it’s all a bluff.
In his post-midterm press conference today, President Barack Obama reaffirmed his commitment to taking executive action on immigration, “before the end of the year.”
In an interview with The Federalist, RNC Chairman Reince Preibus accused Obama of “flat-out lying” to Hispanics on immigration and “using [them] for his political advantage.”
While impeachment is unlikely, liberals would never have allowed a President Romney to refuse the president’s Constitution-bound duty to enforce U.S. laws.
To get immigration amnesty, the White House is allowing Mexican drug cartels to tell families if they smuggle kids into the U.S., they can stay.
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