Saturday, May 11, 2013

Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty In Jeopardy?

In a major change of strategy in the Obama Regime's war on immigration law enforcement, it all but conceded that the Administrative Amnesty is illegal.

Homeland Security News Wire May 10, 2013
DHS Now Willing To Discuss Deportation Policy With Agents' Union
In an effort to head off a possible set back in  court, the Obama administration said earlier this week that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents’ lawsuit to overturn the president’s selective deportation policy should be thrown out court because the agents originally wanted to handle the issues through collective bargaining.
In an effort to head off a possible set back in  court, the Obama administration said earlier this week that Immigration and Customs Enforcement(ICE) agents’ lawsuit to overturn the president’s selective deportation policy should be thrown out court because the agents originally wanted to handle the issues through collective bargaining.
The Washington Times reports that the latest administration’s position may be viewed as reversing an earlier administration position, which did not regard implementation of immigration policies as subject to collective bargaining.

The move by the Regime stinks of desperation.  They see defeat on the merits of the case; defiance of the laws of the United States, contempt for the President's Oath of Office, and usurpation of the legislative authority of Congress, so are falling back to a position they could have take at the beginning,  negotiate with the union.  

Of course, this position, that the enforcement of laws of the United States are subject to negotiation with  a representative of employees of the Executive Branch is also as ridiculous as the assertion of the Regime that the President has the power to ignore his Oath of Office and fail to see that the laws of the United States are faithfully executed.  One cannot negotiate away an Act of Congress any more than an Act of Congress can be ignored, much less a benefit provided to anyone without authority from Congress.

The question is whether the courts will pull the pin and impose the Constitution on Barak Hussein Obama?  Something that John Boehner is afraid to do.

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