On June 27, 2013 A Bipartisan Immigration Bill Passed The Senate By A 68-32 Margin And John Boehner Has Sat On The Bill To This Day, Refusing To Bring It To The Floor For An Up Or Down Vote. What Is The President Supposed To do?

June 27, 2013 68 Senators, 54 Democrats And 14 Republicans Passed A Comprehensive Immigration Bill And Sent It To The House. To Date November 19, 2014, John Boehner Have Refused To Bring The Bill To The Floor For A Vote. The Reason Being Most Of The Extremists Republicans In The House Wouldn’t Vote For The Bill, Although There Are Enough Republicans That Would Join The Democrats And Pass The Bill.


And Now That President Obama Has Decided To Use His Inherently Executive Power As Stipulated In The Constitution To Take Action On Immigration Policy, Republicans Are using Phantasmagoric Rationales And Internecine Narcissism To Sway The President From Taking Action On Immigration.


Five Previous Presidents, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George Herbert Walker Bush And George W Bush Have Used Executive Powers On Immigration Policies.


It Is No Mystery That Because President Obama Is The One Utilizing The Executive Power As His Predecessors Is The Reason Why Republicans Have Gone Psycho.


Most Of The News Media Are Helping To Create Commotion Amongst The Public That Is Mostly Uninformed, By Questioning Mr. Obama’s Authority When In Fact They Are Aware Of The FACTS.


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