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Immigration Agents File Lawsuit Over Obama's Backdoor Amnesty Program
- Monday, 27 August 2012 08:06
- Written by Justin Credible
On August 15, President Barack Hussein Obama offered another carrot to the Hispanic vote: his backdoor amnesty executive order went live, leading to tens of thousands of illegal aliens getting work permits. Hispanics just happened to be the group of voters the Obama campaign chose to exploit at that time. Last week, ten federal immigration agents filed a lawsuit against Homeland Security, claiming their orders force them to break the law and ignore their duties when it comes to deporting illegal immigrants.
The DREAM Act has failed to pass Congress on numerous occasions. However, Obama and his liberal ilk determined that Latinos were a key voter group that needed special treatment. The White House mandated free contraceptives for women; paid back union thugs; offered phony loans to students (which get eliminated in Dodd-Frank). Every week, the Obama campaign targets a voter demographic to give them a freebie in return for a vote.
But when it comes to Latino's, this backdoor amnesty move, which is unconstitutional, adds millions of new illegal aliens to the workforce, where unemployment is already at a sky high 8.3%. This move is for votes and nothing more.
From FOX News:
The Obama administration has an awful record on immigration. Their claims of the number of deported illegal immigrations are constantly challenged as being inflated, which they undoubtedly are - Homeland Security has directed ICE agents to not arrest illegal aliens in the past. This was done to keep the radical liberal base satisfied during the midst of the Arizona immigration lawsuit.
All told, President Obama, through executive order, enacted amnesty for illegal aliens in an attempt to secure the Hispanic vote. This lawsuit brings attention to the issue that immigration agents are being forced to break the law to follow Obama's illegal dictatorial move.
Justin Credible is a contributing editor for Habledash.