WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court refused Monday to reconsider President Obama's proposed overhaul of the nation's immigration system following a tie vote in June that blocked its implementation.
Acting U.S. Solicitor General Ian Gershengorn had told the justices in July that Obama's effort to protect millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation and allow them to seek work permits deserved rehearing so that a divided federal appeals court didn't get the last word on a national policy.
No, what happened is that Obama once again tried to wield his mighty pen in order to circumvent the Constitution and established national law, in this case to benefit millions of foreign nationals who chose to enter the country illegally. They have no right to be here in the first place; they are illegal aliens and are undeserving of the sort of blanket amnesty that Barry had intended to impose by fiat.
He doesn't seem to understand the basic concept of separation of powers, and he has once again been slapped down because of that.
In the coming election, Pantsuit has vowed to revive the plan in another form. Ferret-top claims that he will not.
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