Monday, February 16, 2015

Judge blocks Obama policy to defer deportation of millions

Not so fast Obammy,

Los Angeles Times | February 16, 2015 | 9:40 PM

A federal judge in Texas has issued a preliminary injunction blocking President Obama’s program that would defer deportation for up to 5 million people living in the United States illegally.

Federal immigration officials have been temporarily barred from implementing “any and all aspects” of the deferred action program that Obama announced in November, according to an order issued Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen of the Southern District of Texas.

At the same time though, this injunction is basically doing what Obammy wants anyway.

Damned if you do and damned if you don't.

I am just glad to see Obama's over reach get slapped, legally for once.

Hanen wrote that he issued the preliminary injunction “due to the failure of [the government] to comply with the Administrative Procedure Act.”

The order applies to both the deferred action plan for parents of lawful permanent residents, also known as DAPA, and expansions to the deferred action for childhood arrivals, known as DACA, announced in November.

Texas and 16 other states sued the federal government and immigration agencies in December, claiming his order was unconstitutional. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, then the state’s attorney general, called Obama’s immigration program “an executive decree that requires federal agencies to award legal benefits to individuals whose conduct contradicts the priorities of Congress.”

In a statement after the injunction was issued, Abbott said the decision “rightly stops the president’s overreach in its tracks.

“We live in a nation governed by a system of checks and balances, and the president’s attempt to bypass the will of the American people was successfully checked today,” Abbott said.

According to Hanen’s order, the Obama administration could challenge the injunction “for good cause,” if, for instance, Congress passed legislation authorizing the deferred action program.

In a statement, United We Dream, and advocacy group that has pushed for protections for people brought to the U.S. illegally as children, as well as their families, called Hanen an “advocate for the harsh treatment of immigrant families.”

“Judge Hanen’s ruling is not permanent and we are confident that it will be repealed in a higher court,” said Cristina Jimenez, managing director of United We Dream. “Republican attacks like this lawsuit do not scare us, they just focus our resolve to make these programs even more successful.”

Bring that shit on I say.
Let's get this straightened out, permanently.

It's a blatant over reach and abuse of presidential power so let's go ahead and show Mr. Obama some more of those Constitutional restraints he likes to complain about.

I keep hearing he was a Constitutional scholar.

What, was he like Stupie McFuckwit and a C- kind of student in that class?

Obama still has two years left and this is just a diversion for what he is working on under wraps as his "lasting legacy".

Keep your eyes on the ball kids.


idahobob said...

And in further news, the "justice" department has announced that they will appeal the decision.

Fucking communist bastards.


Anonymous said...

There isn't any proof that the commie took any college classes whatsoever, or that he is a constitutional scholar.

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