Why not get input from the agencies responsible for immigration enforcement?

The President has offered an immigration plan to Congress that puts major emphasis on border enforcement, and closes loopholes in order to more tightly control the issue.

Naturally, the opposition Party’s major proponents of lax security feel he overstepped, protesting ‘it’s the job of Congress’…blithely ignoring that Congress – particularly those in the Party objecting now – has disregarded (or flat refused) that ‘job’ for decades…

…and that Party had no problem…when Obama overstepped with DACA. 

Anyone with an ounce of common sense would have to agree that it’s perfectly logical to ask the people who have to enforce immigration for their input on how best to do it.

Of course, with THIS opposition Party…common sense doesn’t apply.

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