President Obama announced his courageous first step to fixing our broken immigration system last week – and the editorial reviews are in: they welcome his bold actions and urge Speaker Boehner and the GOP to pass a common sense immigration bill! Take a look:
“However disappointed we may be in the decision by the grand jury in St. Louis County, we must hold the family of Michael Brown in our hearts, and reject the acts of violence and destruction that detract from the efforts of those who continue to peacefully protest this tragedy.
This morning, Yahoo News reported that – in his rush to soothe his Tea Party base – Speaker Boehner reappointed Rep. Trey Gowdy to head the Select Committee on Benghazi. There is a problem, though: …Boehner named a chairman to a panel… Continue
“As a decorated Vietnam War veteran, president of the World USO, Deputy Administrator of the Department of Veterans Affairs, Senator, and Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel has dedicated his life to serving the American people with dignity and courage.”
Last night, President Obama addressed the nation highlighting his courageous first step to fix our broken immigration system – and what do top Republicans advise their temper tantrum GOP colleagues to do?
“After scouring Washington for months, Republicans have finally found a TV lawyer to file their meritless lawsuit.”
“Speaker Boehner has led some of the most obstructive, unproductive and self-destructive congresses in the history of our nation.”
“The President’s Immigration Accountability Executive Actions will secure our borders, prioritize enforcement, and provide relief to millions of hard-working, law-abiding families who may now have a happy Thanksgiving free from the fear of separation.”
“The action the President will take this week is about securing the border and holding undocumented immigrants accountable.”
Tonight, the President will outline his plan to help fix our broken immigration system and secure our future – showing strong leadership where Republicans have failed to act. But all House Republicans know is distraction, obstruction and dysfunction, so their reaction to… Continue