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    Should the President Act Unilaterally on Immigration Reform?

    Assuming that he and the Democrats are unwilling to accept the enforcement / border security measures that Republicans would insist on as precursors to any immigration deal, and that therefore this topic (currently) is a Venn diagram with insufficient overlap, should the President make good on the threats the administration has been floating to "borrow legislative power" and just "deem immigration form to have passed" de facto by directing the Executive Branch to act as though it had?

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    Re: Should the President Act Unilaterally on Immigration Reform?

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    Assuming that he and the Democrats are unwilling to accept the enforcement / border security measures that Republicans would insist on as precursors to any immigration deal, and that therefore this topic (currently) is a Venn diagram with insufficient overlap, should the President make good on the threats the administration has been floating to "borrow legislative power" and just "deem immigration form to have passed" de facto by directing the Executive Branch to act as though it had?
    Under what justification should the President act unilaterally. I really cannot see clear and present danger to the Nation or its nationals at present.

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    Re: Should the President Act Unilaterally on Immigration Reform?

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    Assuming that he and the Democrats are unwilling to accept the enforcement / border security measures that Republicans would insist on as precursors to any immigration deal, and that therefore this topic (currently) is a Venn diagram with insufficient overlap, should the President make good on the threats the administration has been floating to "borrow legislative power" and just "deem immigration form to have passed" de facto by directing the Executive Branch to act as though it had?
    Of course he shouldn't.

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