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September 15, 2011

Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.): 'I Want to Thank' Obama for Bypassing Congress to Cancel Deportation of Illegals'

Topics: Immigration and Border Issues, Political News and commentaries

Obama la raza.jpgTitle 8 Section 1325 of the U.S. Code makes it a federal crime to be in the United States illegally. But enforcing federal laws means little to the Obama administration that in August directed federal immigration officials to use "prosecutorial discretion" in deciding which illegal aliens to detain and deport. And Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) is grateful to President Obama for circumventing the Legislative branch when it comes to immigration law:

[...] "We had a president of the United States that recently was speaking at National Council of La Raza who said during his speech, 'There are those who simply wish me to bypass Congress when it comes to immigration,' and many in the audience clapped, saying, 'Yup, bypass Congress'" Gutierrez told the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) conference on Monday.

"He (Obama) said, 'But I can't bypass Congress,' and people in the audience said, 'Yes you can,' and you want to know something? They were right -- he could and he did, and I want to thank the President of the United States, and I want to thank all of those that work at the White House for issuing new guidance when it comes to deportations," Gutierrez added.

It can't be put more simply; circumventing federal law and Congress to appease far-left radical groups that makeup his radical base (truth about La Raza here) is no big deal for Obama. After all, its all about buying votes for 2012 ... and he couldn't care less what Congress and the American people want.

Posted by JimFact at September 15, 2011 12:06 PM



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