Obama back in the news.
September 5, 2017 3:57pm CST
I see obama back in the news and I have to say I couldn't careless about what he has to say, I didn't care much when he was in the White House and I certainly don't care now. Funny how past presidents come out and give their thoughts and feelings on things. Is it just me that thinks, You had your time, go away. He is giving his two cents on this DACA thing, I'm not sure I agree with getting rid of it or not yet, but for sure I don't care what obama has to say about it. The thing about it is there is no good answer to it in my opinion. Letting people break our laws and get away with it is not a good thing. Why let some people break the law and get away with it and others we are not letting them get away with it. But then again if someone is brought here illegally as a child where do you send them back to? What is they have no surviving family to go back to? Do we just drop them on the street somewhere and wish them good luck?
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When laws are broken, innocents suffer. The law should not have been broken in the first place. The immigration system is messed up here for so long, no wonder change is needed. A pathway to citizenship for those affected would help, but that would benefit them and not American citizens.
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@Bensen32 Those who came here with parents who came her illegally are also illegal due to the fact that the children who came along were not born in this country. Hard to become a citizen when parents and their children are illegals and care not to go through the legal process. So, we have illegal immigrant children along with their illegal immigrant parents her in the USA. Under DACA, they were protected illegals. Trump is merely asking Congress to deal with immigration according to the Constitution of the United States of America. King's issue executive orders, like Obama did with DACA, not presidents. Trump is calling for a necessary fix, and he is not giving an executive order. As for Obama, had enough from him. He needs to chill.