Is new deportation reprieve an overreach of power?

  • Article by: MICHAEL DOYLE , McClatchy News Service
  • Updated: June 15, 2012 - 10:40 PM

Some question whether it is a run-around Congress, but the Obama administration said the law is on its side.

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swannyriversJun. 15, 1211:25 PM

Answering the article title.... Yes.

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jhb8426Jun. 15, 1211:27 PM

We need voter ID more than ever now.

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staredJun. 16, 1212:14 AM

Don't forget: Obama stated a few weeks ago that the Supreme Court did not have the power to set aside a law passed by Congress. So much for his legal talents.

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buffrkhansoJun. 16, 12 1:14 AM

Obama has no respect for the governmental system our founders created.

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jcinmnJun. 16, 12 6:00 AM

What's the problem? You accuse the president of wasting money. Now when he saves the taxpayers millions of dollars in man hours, transportation costs and legal costs you bitch about this. I'm beginning to think you don't know what you want.

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hodgsoglJun. 16, 12 6:31 AM

Is it time to consider impeachment for abuse of the office of the Presidency?

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lancairJun. 16, 12 7:53 AM

I'd say this is a great idea and plan as long as and only if you bring $250,000 to start a business and provide jobs legally. Seen many times in here in Chicago and suburbs police stopping landscape crews. I figure the illegals are sent back to wherever rather quickly.

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lancairJun. 16, 12 7:55 AM

Can you hear this Axelrod? 5 more months, 5 more months, 5 more months..... WAKE UP AMERICA!!! Have a nice day.

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