• Mia Love: Obama’s Executive Amnesty “Looks More Like A Dictatorship”

    Utah Republican Congresswoman-elect Mia Love said President Pen And A Phone’s plan to take unilateral executive action and legalize millions of illegal immigrants looks “more like a dictatorship” than a democracy.

    “This is not about the president. It’s about the American people, and what the American people want the president to do,” Love said Wednesday on Fox and Friends. “The American people want Congress to work with the president, want the president to work with Congress so that we can be compassionate, so that we can create a uniform rule of naturalization.”

    “It is Congress’ job under Article 1, Section 8, to create a uniform rule of naturalization, a way in,” Love added. “It should be done line by line, section by section with the input of the public instead of being done by one person. It looks more like a dictatorship when a president is unilaterally making decisions for the American people.”

    Indeed, today, barack Obama announced in a Youtube video that his long-promised executive immigration reform will be explained in a primetime speech to the nation.

    Oddly enough, millions of people won’t hear what Obama has to say. Officials representing ABC, CBS, and Fox said they won’t air Obama’s 8 p.m. speech from the White House tomorrow. And, according to CNN, NBC won’t be carrying the address either.

    Nevertheless, Obama will deliver his speech even if Michelle and their dog Bo are the only ones who’ll hear it.

    But let us remember that it was Barack Obama who said it is impossible for him to do what he is gearing up to do.

    Obama repeatedly said he doesn’t have legal authority to sidestep Congress and declare amnesty through an executive order. In an address delivered on Feb. 14, 2013, Obama said, “I’m not the emperor of the United States. My job is to execute laws that are passed.”

    As U.S. Senator, Obama blasted President Bush’s use of executive orders calling it America’s biggest problem:


    Obama’s executive amnesty could grant four million illegal immigrants legal status and work permits.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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