Conservatives want President Trump to veto any bill that writes Obama’s DACA amnesty into law, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.
There is certainly a hefty load of compassion from Democrats and a good lot of establishment Republicans for all of the “DREAMERS” affected by this decision, but what about the people who have been negatively impacted for decades by illegal immigrants coming to this country taking jobs, consuming resources and depressing the cost of labor?
Conservatives stand firmly behind President Trump’s decision to withdraw from Obama’s Paris Climate Agreement, according to a poll by FedUp PAC. The withdrawal was supported by 96% of respondents. Another 1% favor working from within the agreement to moderate its anti-energy proposals.
Conservatives approve of President Trump’s new policy toward the deportation of illegal aliens, but want him to eventually deport all the illegals, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.
The new policy, revoking President Obama’s de facto amnesty for most illegals, won 88% support but only as a “first step” toward complete enforcement of the law. Only 11% agreed that the new policy was enough for the long term and that many illegal aliens should be allowed to stay.
"Clinton and Kaine are doing some fancy tap-dancing here. They emphasize the role of Bush and the Iraqi government in determining the pace of the troop departure, without mentioning the Obama administration had tried to reach an agreement for keeping additional troops in Iraq, with many top officials (including Clinton) believing a troop extension was essential.
Paul Ryan has announced the House Republicans’ plan to enforce the U.S. Constitution, especially in regard to the separation of powers. However, after five and a half years when the House Republican majority has usually offered mere protests instead of action against Obama’s usurpation of unconstitutional powers, the public is justified in wondering if this is simply more words without any intention of producing results.