The bottom line is that only an act of Congress can remove the discretionary authority of the executive branch to enforce immigration law.
It’s not the president or the Supreme Court’s job or power to make laws. It’s Congress’s. And even though DACA is a good idea, Congress hasn’t made it law, so nobody else should either.
A bizarre exception allowing convicted felons to remain in the country is just one reason this is a dangerously flawed bill.
Many young immigrants are taught the immigrant experience can only be one of oppression and anti-capitalism. But it could offer so much more.
Citizenship is not defined by one’s mindset, but by law. That’s the whole reason we’re even having this discussion.
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