Sept. 17, 2017 6:36 a.m.Obama making DACA was unconstitutional, but to then say it is to be done away with in 6 months is just as unconstitutional. President's are not allowed to make Laws, only Congress. The President's role was intended to merely be a Diplomat for visiting dignitaries. Our Founding Fathers did not want a Monarchy. Congress is to make Immigration Laws and if they make unconstitutional Laws or don't make Laws, we the People are to take up the matter with the Supreme Court. So yeah, the President should be sued with the Supreme Court for every Law he has enacted since taking office, including the stopping of DACA, but Congress should also be sued for all the Pork Laws, unconstitutional Laws, and failures to create Laws. We the People are not keeping Congress in Check or Balance.
Republican policy hates illegal immigration, thus wants boarder patrol, but not for the protection of the immigrant, but to keep them out. Mexicans are fleeing their country because of abuse and corruption. Drug Lords run Mexico and even kill reporters to silence the media. Rio Grande was partly supplied from Mexico. Our "war" is not in the Middle East, but right next door in Mexico. The word is Asylum not Amnesty.
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Sept. 17, 2017 2:15 p.m.
I take issue with your comment that Trump's ending of DACA is unconstitutional. Returning back to established law is what Trump needs to do. For him to delay proper enforcement may be unconstitutional, but not calling an end to it.
You see, every elected official is bound to uphold what the elected officials in the past lawfully enacted. In fact, that's why they take the oath.
Otherwise, they would be able to create all new laws on day one. It doesn't work that way.
There are countries where the new guy just starts from scratch; this isn't one of them.