Last week, the President announced his executive actions to change the immigration laws of this country, exempting millions living here illegally from deportation.
This announcement came just over a year after the President warned against the belief that if Congress doesnâ€™t act, a president can, â€śsign something and thatâ€™ll take care of it and we wonâ€™t have to worry about it.â€ť President Obama went on to say that would be, "ignoring the law in a way that I think would be very difficult to defend legally.â€ť
I believe that the Presidentâ€™s intention to act unilaterally to change our immigration laws is a blatant disregard of the separation of powers as laid out in the Constitution. Entry into the United States is not a right, but a privilege. For these reasons, I will continue to oppose amnesty and support the House Judiciary Committee in using every tool at its disposal to fight the Presidentâ€™s planned executive amnesty.
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