FAIR Opposes Today’s Vote on Funding DHS Without Defunding Executive Amnesty

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FAIR -- fighting the FAIR fight for true immigration reformThe Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) is advising all Members of Congress and staff that it opposes the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) appropriations bill that fails to defund President Obama’s executive amnesty and is including today’s vote in FAIR’s Voting Report. There is no such thing as a “clean” DHS funding bill, Congress either funds the amnesty or defunds it. Congress has the power of the purse to rein in the President’s unconstitutional action. By failing to defund the executive amnesty in the DHS appropriations bill, Congress is abdicating its power and disregarding the will of the American people.

 

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    robert connolley on

    I have lived all my life in the US and am not doing very good money wise, social sec is not keeping up. But they can give money away. I am 79 years old and just making it. Can not find a part time job!

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    As Congress has only the “power of the purse-string” and has abdicated that, what is left? A GOP potential Presidential candidate, Ted Cruz has stated it had already been resolved and the rest is just the “Wizard of Oz” fantasy. Members of Congress soak up billions of taxpayer money for office holders, staff and operation and what good are they? Disband them all so we can go to the pre-determined facist police state they have in mind with Obola as the new “Emporer”.

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      Obama needs to needs to go Obama dose not give a hoot about anyone but himself. Why can’t everyone see this ??? we need to secure our borders before we even talk about anything else!!!

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