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Published: Sunday, June 17 2012 8:33 a.m. MDT

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Mountanman
Hayden, ID

What makes Obama think he can legislate laws? Why even have a congress? Why have a Supreme Court? What happened to our constitution and separation of powers? Obama is the most dangerous President in our history! Who is going to stop him, certainly not the Democrats!

Third try screen name
Mapleton, UT

The whole plan is unfair.
It's unfair to those who are waiting to come here legally. These children have reaped the benefits of a free public education, free lunch, free language classes.
Do my kids have to present a Social Security card to register? Yes. But not these kids.
Do my kids have foreign language classes in elementary school? No. But these kids do.
Meanwhile, their cousins waiting at the U.S. Embassy for papers to come here get nothing.
I'd say these DREAMERS have had more than their share of our largesse. Send them home to apply through regular channels and lets stop this culture of lawless immigration.
As long as the politicians and churches keep winking and nodding the problem will not go away.

Say No to BO
Mapleton, UT

Here's a novel idea, Mitt.
Get up there and read out loud the 2008 GOP platform position on immigration. Tell the people that you support it and the grassroots members of the party who wrote it.
For effect, Mitt, pause and then deliver this phrase slowly, "We oppose amnesty. The rule of law suffers if government policies encourage or reward illegal activity."I know, that's not what Karl Rove believes, or the Chamber of Commerce, or Alberto Gonzalez, or Marco Rubio, or the Mormon Church leaders. But that is what your party platform says.Too many candidates claimed to be Republicans but endorsed ideas from the left just to get elected. Don't be one of them. Instead, sell the GOP platform to the American people.

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