Paul Ryan’s Duplicity – President Trump To Announce DACA Legal Review and Policy Decision on Tuesday…

During a press briefing today White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced that President Trump will announce the final decision on how to proceed with the controversial Obama Executive Action known as DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals).

However, Speaker Paul Ryan now says he doesn’t want President Trump to tear up DACA.  As such, allow us to walk through the duplicity of Speaker Ryan on this issue.

When President Obama made the November 2014 decision to defer immigration enforcement action against illegal alien childhood arrivals, his OLC (Office of Legal Counsel) noted the problem of executive overreach and likelihood of challenge in federal court.  As a consequence the final DACA order created by President Obama was called an “executive action” and NOT an “executive order”.

Following the November 2014 DACA executive action targeting childhood arrivals, President Obama followed with another executive action targeting deferred deportation of their parents known as DAPA (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans).

Unlike 2014 DACA (youth), the 2015 DAPA (parents) action was immediately challenged in federal court (presiding Judge Andrew Hannen).

The legal challenge against DAPA, and a subsequent interim injunction issued by Judge Hannen, worked through the appellate court system where President Obama lost each challenge.  Obama’s DAPA appeals eventually reached the Supreme Court where a 4-4 decision upheld the lower court ruling and identified the program as unconstitutional overreach of executive power. –SEE HERE– DAPA was ended.

It is important to understand the difference between status of both executive actions. The difference between DAPA and DACA is the former was challenged and ended, where the latter has never been challenged by the states.  Several states are now prepared to challenge DACA and have notified President Donald Trump they intend to do so if DACA is not withdrawn by the executive branch by September 6th.

Both DAPA and DACA are considered hot-button political issues within Washington DC.  The vast majority of lobbyist spending by special interest groups attached to the immigration issue has been to support open borders, amnesty, and lax to non existent immigration enforcement.  The DC politicians, both parties, have willingly accepted money to facilitate lax immigration policies and enforcement. However the majority of the citizens of the U.S. are against the approach of the bribed DC politicians.

When House Speaker Paul Ryan was questioned back in early 2015 as to why the legislative branch (congress) had not taken action to eliminate DAPA and/or DACA,  Ryan attempted to hide his duplicity and punted by saying Federal Judge Andrew Hanen was handling it in the judiciary.   Hit Play (04:00) Prompted:

That interview was January 5th 2015.


#1) Ten months later, December 2015, the Omnibus spending bill, created and endorsed by Ryan, funded Obama’s November 2014 Executive Action on Amnesty (DAPA) 100%.

#2)  Additionally, Paul Ryan was an actual participant in the legislative house construct to pass the Senate’s 2013 ‘amnesty’ Gang-of-Eight bill in June 2014.  Paul Ryan, Eric Cantor and John Boehner were only stopped by Cantor’s primary defeat at the hands of Dave Brat.

#3)  Congress sat on their hands and did NOTHING through 2015 while Judge Andrew Hanen ruled against DAPA (Obama Amnesty) and issued and injunction against DHS from moving forward.   Then, in December of 2015, congress fully funded DAPA.

These are facts.  Irrefutable facts.

AFTER the Supreme Court Ruling (post Scalia death, only 8 judges) found DAPA to be unconstitutional overreach (June 2016), Speaker Paul Ryan said he was always against DACA and ran for reelection.  However, despite the favorable SCOTUS ruling, Paul Ryan never challenged DACA or took any legislative action to remove DACA.

If challenged in court DACA (childhood arrivals) will likely be found unconstitutional  because the legal arguments are almost identical to those surrounding the prior challenge with DAPA (parent arrivals).  Six states have given Trump until Sept 6th to remove DACA or face court challenge where: A) Trump doesn’t want to defend it; and B) based on prior precedent the DOJ would be doomed to fail.

Enter Speaker Paul Ryan now supporting a legislative fix:

(Via CNN) House Speaker Paul Ryan on Friday gave a major boost to legislative efforts to preserve protections for young undocumented immigrants — and urged President Donald Trump to not tear up the program. Trump told reporters Friday he was still mulling the decision.

Responding to a question about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, on his hometown radio station WCLO in Janesville, Wisconsin, Ryan said Congress was working on a legislative fix to preserve the program.

“I actually don’t think he should do that,” Ryan said of Trump’s consideration of terminating the program. “I believe that this is something that Congress has to fix.”

Ryan’s statement offers the most public support by anyone in the Republican congressional leadership for some sort of legislation to protect the “Dreamers” under DACA. (read more)

Check the Date:

Publicly: He was against legislative amnesty (2014) – before he was for executive amnesty (2015) – before he was against executive amnesty (2016) – before he was for legislative amnesty (2017).

2014 and 2016 were congressional election years.

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481 Responses to Paul Ryan’s Duplicity – President Trump To Announce DACA Legal Review and Policy Decision on Tuesday…

  1. Flair1239 says:

    I don’t know what to say about Paul Ryan. Other than he is a constant reminder to me that I have no long term home with the GOP.

    The GOP can be a useful vehicle, but it is ideologically bankrupt and evidently morally compromised. This is evidenced by repeated attempts at Open borders policies, support for aggressive interventionist foreign policy, and blatant cronyism.

    I think there is a cross Party appetite for Nationalist Populism, a Trump could just as easily materialize in the Democratic party. Should that happen it would be interesting to watch the reaction of current pretenders in the GOP.

    I believe if the US is to survive in it’s present form, without breaking down by regional lines. That power needs to be rapidly devolved from the Federal level. I think our current issues stem as much from concentration of power than they do from bad ideology.

    Liked by 10 people

  2. Niagara Frontier says:

    I hope the President ends DACA and cites the legal and constitutional reasons for doing so. Then inform Congress the ball is clearly in their court.

    The job of Congress is to legislate. Their votes make them accountable to the public. Congress can send him any bill they want. The President will either sign or veto it. That’s the constitutional way we are suppose to do things in this country. Get used to it Mr. Ryan.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Alison says:

      Well stated! I agree completely.

      We must stop the damaging usurpation of powers from one branch to another. What Obama did was unconstitutional & President Trump should right that wrong.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Niagara Frontier says:

        Exactly. Why would we expect the courts (e.g. Ninth Circuit) to stay in their lane when neither of the other branches of government does? The unconstitutional free-for-all has to stop. DACA is as good as place as any to start.

        Liked by 4 people

        • carrierh says:

          Ryan is an ongoing liar and needs to be removed as Speaker and actually from Congress. He thinks he is the BOSS, well Paul you are not, because WE ARE! We did no want you as Speaker then nor now. You have no moral values nor ethics and support antifa? No way can we allow you to remain in our Congress so you must retire and with no benefits/perks and if you refuse, then physical removal will take place. Do you understand we do not want nor need traitors in this country. Our buttons have been pushed and we will drain the Congress swamp! DACA must be removed as every family member is a criminal for protecting any illegal(s) and thus the WHOLE FAMILY MUST BE REMOVED down to the 5th generation! They are illegals and that used to warrant shooting them, which I saw happen in Mexico to people there without permit nor visa. Deportation of the whole family is a must and any illegal children just dropped off here must be bused to the nearest city in Mexico and let Mexico figure it out what to do with them. Not our problem!
          State rights are important but breaking our Constitution and fed laws cannot allowed to happen or be allowed. Trump can remove DACA and we pray that he will. No mercy to be shown h ere as it would be false and a mistake against Americans.


  3. Martin says:

    Supporting DACA is synonymous with supporting the Democrat party’s effort to create yet another permanent underclass. One that will not assimilate, will grow in entitlement, and in the main, support Latino candidates and left-leaning policies in general.

    Have we had enough of that, yet? Press 2 for English okay with you?

    I am the son of an immigrant. My father never thought of himself as anything other than an American. Is that now the rule, or the exception? The borders were shut for nearly 70 years, to keep out anarchists. The tests were extreme. How well did that work?

    Is not DACA yet another workaround?

    “Either we have a country, or we don’t.” Let’s visit compassion upon our legal citizens first. Immigration must be severely curtailed, and an end put to all avenues of circumventing the legal process. Period. Or, shut the borders to all. We cannot have both. Porous borders and a welfare state are incompatible.

    Liked by 13 people

    • “I sincerely believe with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies; & that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale.Bank-paper must be suppressed, and the circulating medium must be restored to the nation to whom it belongs.”
      ~Thomas Jefferson

      He’s right, of course and the root that we are not striking at all is the cause of ALL our problems. The not at all federal, nor is it a “reserve” central bank. Privately owned with foreign interest means what it states. ALL immigration must be stopped, and the central bank eradicated or we simply continue to watch said central bankers replace us with third world latinos while importing fighting age moslems to speed up the process of destruction.

      Honestly and sincerely I tell you that I know many of us are trying, some of us are doing, like Paul Nehlen is, but until the central bank is wiped out we are still simply playing our own roles in the kabuki theatrics of the globalist psycho-political machine called the American Federal Government. Its size matters…

      To borrow again from Sundance who is spot on, there are trillions at stake, and to clarify, our involvement in those trillions as We the People is only per monetary “contribution”.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Trumpire says:



  4. j.r. says:

    Paul Ryan? I despise the ma… er, person. He is taking the term RINO to new depths.

    Liked by 3 people

  5. bkrg2 says:

    why do people keep falling for Ryan’s lies and bull crap? get him out and take his coat

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Sylvia Avery says:

    “…the DACA screening process was woefully inadequate. The eligibility bar was set very low, explicitly allowing people with multiple misdemeanor and certain felony convictions to be approved. Only a handful of the applicants were ever interviewed, and only rarely was the information on the application ever verified…

    …this statistic undercuts the image of DACA that has been spread by the pro-illegal alien groups and the news media, that the DACA recipients are mostly college kids. This is not true… most are more than 22 years old, and only about 20 percent graduated from or attended a four-year college. A significant share never went beyond high school…”

    Liked by 3 people

  7. NJF says:

    Gee, just like Obamacare repeal, Rino’s only appear conservative when they know those “principles” aren’t worth a damn.

    Get ’em out!!!! (And I don’t just mean illegals)

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Carolina Kat says:

    Forcing Ryan out of the closet on this is another brilliant move by President Trump. He sure can make those RINOs jump.

    Don’t think that the rest of the House is ready to retire, so I doubt that Ryan will be able to move the House in that direction just a few months out from the primaries. Just sayin’. President Trump has all the cards.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. average Joe says:

    Well,my professor told me weasels gonna weasel.


  10. Zennalou says:

    Caved and now supports amnesty for all 11 to 30 million

    Tennessee Attorney General Caves on Lawsuit Against DACA, Asks Congress to Pass Amnesty

    Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery III has backed out of a lawsuit he was initially signed onto that threatens legal action against President Trump’s administration if an Obama-created amnesty program for illegal aliens is not ended by September 5.
    Slatery changed his tune on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, where more than 800,000 illegal aliens have been given protected status and work permits, saying the other nine state attorney generals involved in the lawsuit should cave as well.

    Slatery wrote in his letter:

    There is a human element to this, however, that is not lost on me and should not be ignored. Many of the DACA recipients, some of whose records I reviewed, have outstanding accomplishments and laudable ambitions, which if achieved, will be of great benefit and service to our country. They have an appreciation for the opportunities afforded them by our country.

    Not only did Slatery change his position on DACA, but he also announced in his letter that he now supports a nationwide amnesty plan that could legalize the 11-to-30 million illegal aliens currently in the U.S., asking Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) and Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) to support the legislation.


  11. omyword says:

    HMMmmm heap big douche bag speak with fork in tongue!


  12. keebler AC ovfefe says:

    Lol, Spicier now Bannen

    Liked by 1 person

  13. Trumpire says:

    Well, illegal and illegal immigration is my #1 issue. It is a yuge reason for a lot of the mess we are in. Probably 50-60% of the mess. Illegal voting, and illegal residency has enabled the enemy within to prosper at our expense. Not just financially, but culturally.

    So I look forward to Trump fulfilling his #1 promise to end DACA on Day One.

    I will accept his late response, assuming his decision is it’s to end DACA. Better late, than never.

    I am a bit disappointed that it’s because of a deadline that he is finally forced to act on the issue. The deadline is caused by a lawsuit by ten states against DACA (a completely illegal program).

    I’m still a yuge supporter of Trump but not going to lie, he’s been a little weak and slow on the topic.

    Love 90% of what Trump has done. The 10% is what hasn’t been done yet.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Trumpire says:

      Well, illegal and illegal immigration

      Trying this again.

      Illegal and LEGAL


    • El Torito says:

      Weak on this AND prosecuting Hildabeast. But he’s all we gots…

      Liked by 1 person

      • Trumpire says:

        Yes. Those are my two top issues.

        Immigration – illegal and LEGAL.
        Law and order – starting with the top. I want to see hangings for the treason, sedition, corruption and usurpations. That’s how serious I am on the topic.

        I can’t hold Trump accountable for Sessions though. Sessions fooled a lot of us. I hope Sessions proves me wrong. I really, really do. I’d love nothing more than to grovel and eat crow about him. Till then, it’s not Trump’s fault that Sessions is a creepy swamp dweller.

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  14. CleanhouseinDC says:

    It would be a very big mistake for Congress to legislatively “fix” this, considering they can’t get anything done doe the people. It would also be a big mistake for POTUS to cave to Ryan and the globalists. It would go against MAGA, and would lose him much support from his base. Even if congress and the senate gave him a bill he should veto it. They might override his veto, but then they will be the true targets for our MAGA efforts in 2018 and 2020. We voted for our agenda, not theirs in 2016.

    Liked by 4 people

    • G. Combs says:

      I am pretty sure President Trump has been playing them.

      Remember President Trump wants to kill Obummercare and he wants Tax reform and he needs Congress to do it. However at this point I think he signalled with his support of a primary challenger to Flake, that the gloves are coming OFF.

      Liked by 3 people

  15. keebler AC ovfefe says:

    SD points out very damning evidence that Paul Rino positions himself in a way to get bribes. Paul Rino’s pattern of blatantly reversing himself is very telling. He’s For Sale to the Highest Bidder. A Congresstitute.

    Liked by 2 people

  16. Wayne Robinson says:

    What do you know Ryan has no more integrity than Hillary ??? Smh

    Liked by 1 person

  17. Summer says:

    I still remember how happy everyone was when Romney picked Paul Ryan to be his running mate. “Great, he picked a real conservative,” they said. “Hahaha, Ryan will completely destroy Biden in the debate,” they said.
    The rest is history.

    Liked by 4 people

    • El Torito says:

      Huh? CTH considered Romney a globalist traitor and Ryan a known liar. Everyone? smh


      • Summer says:

        I’ve been here for two years, joined because of Trump, and only because of Trump. Never even heard of CTH in 2012. When I say “everyone” I mean everyone “Conservative” I knew at the time, both online and in RL. I am not a political junkie or a tea-partier or whathaveyou.

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  18. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Trump campaigned very fervently on getting rid of DACA. He actually said he was going to do it much earlier than now. If he does not get rid of it, it is going to hurt him in many ways. The media will then run the clips over and over again of Trump saying he was going to get rid of it and say that he lied to his voters and that he didn’t keep his promise. They are already showing the clips. He needs to get rid of it – let it phase out like Floreblog said.

    Liked by 4 people

  19. TwoLaine says:

    Truthfully, we need DACA to be challenged. Then we can say Finis.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. John Doe says:

    Remember when Ryan was packaged and sold as a WONK?
    noun: wonk; plural noun: wonks
    a studious or hardworking person.
    “any kid with an interest in science was a wonk”
    a person who takes an excessive interest in minor details of political policy.
    “he is a policy wonk in tune with a younger generation of voters”

    Is there just one example, in his 18 years in Congress to prove he is indeed a WONK and not a WANK?

    Liked by 2 people

  21. freddy says:

    Hispanics have not figured it out yet. We don’t want anymore not out of compassion but because they become democrats and destroy entire states like CA. That in itself is enough to fight like heck to keep them out. Ryan is a betrayer and cares nothing of that…I live here and my residence is almost all Hispanic now. To say I’m outnumbered would be a laugh……..It’s no longer funny.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Trumpire says:

      I used to live in California. You (symbolically) are one of the reasons I’m such a hard ass about illegal and legal immigration. And about law and order. Starting with the top.

      I’ve seen it. I’ve lived it.

      Liked by 2 people

  22. Zennalou says:

    White House Not Pushing Congress for Border Wall Funding, Won’t Shut Down Government
    The White House has reportedly told Republican lawmakers that it won’t shut down the government if the wall on the southern border is not funded in the upcoming short-term budget deal — a position seemingly at odds with the promise President Trump made last month to supporters in Arizona.
    Congress is set to run out of money at the end of September, setting up a now not-uncommon scenario where the lawmakers must come up with a short-term deal or shut down the government.

    At an August 22 rally in Phoenix, Arizona, Trump pushed a hard line on funding for the border wall, something which many congressional Republicans have adopted a luke-warm-at-best attitude toward.

    “We are building a wall on the southern border, which is absolutely necessary,” he said. “The obstructionist Democrats would like us not to do it, believe me, [but] if we have to close down our government, we are building that wall.”

    However, the Washington Post reported Friday that White House officials have “quietly” notified Congress that the $1.6 billion of funding would not need to be in the short-term “continuing resolution” to fund the government until December.


    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      I think this may be because he knows he is going around them and not playing their games on the wall. SD posted an article yesterday about Trump mulling another option with taxing the illegals when they send their money back to Mexico.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Oldschool says:

      Trump really has no choice on the wall. He has to build it, so he better have a trick up his sleeve, or he will be like “read my lips” Bush Sr. There are some campaign promises that cannot be broken. The wall is one of them

      Liked by 2 people

  23. trapper says:

    94 million American citizens have dropped out of the work force and are no longer being counted, might as well not even exist, because there are not enough American jobs to go around for them. Once we have employed every singe one of those 94 million American citizens, THEN and ONLY then should we even consider giving legal status to citizens of other countries whose parents brought them here illegally, kept them here illegally, and who continue to reside here illegally. Harsh? Maybe. So take it up with your parents. THEY are the ones who caused your problem, not Americans. In the meantime, GO HOME!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Trumpire says:

      YES! YES! YES!

      There are still 94 millions of us out here waiting for real jobs.

      I don’t even want to consider ANY type of immigration for the rest of my life. We have more than enough Americans to do the jobs.

      Liked by 2 people

  24. Grace Anne says:

    The masks are coming off! PDJT will use this to our advantage. That is his heart and why he gave his good life up. It was for us. For America. Do not doubt. Our change maker is breaking some things held in great esteem with the establishment. They are rebelling before our eyes so let’s celebrate! He is changing the rules!

    Liked by 2 people

  25. georgiafl says:

    Screecher of the Swamp had better start making plans for his return to the Oscar Mayer weiner mobile, his only private sector, non-political job.


  26. andyocoregon says:

    All DACA applicants should be required to list all their illegal alien relatives living here in the U.S. complete with current address, phone number, employer name and vehicle description so I.C.E. can deport them. Failure to comply would be grounds for deportation. Don’t reward criminal behavior.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Trumpire says:

      Yeah, and if there is one good thing about DACA it’s that the government should have a lot of names and addresses to sent to ICE.

      Of course, we know that illegals will use the court system to against us, with their illegal social security numbers, and illegal benefits to pay lawyers to screw us again.

      Legal citizens are completely surfs to the oligarchy.

      Really, shut down the all the law schools, build the wall, deport all violators – legal and illegal, and we’d be 90% of the way home.


  27. bessie2003 says:

    If DACA was an Executive Order, wouldn’t it be simple enough for Pres. Trump to issue a new Executive Order rescinding the previous one

    while making it clear that it is the business of the Congress to write and pass laws regarding immigration;

    and to get around the sad stories that the news will put on air (they probably have loads of them already on film to cue up at a moment’s notice) have the parents who brought them here accompany them back to their homeland.

    Imagine how those countries would be changed, for the better, having their citizens returned to them who have by now received a free education from the United States of America – the changes those people who have returned would bring to their native lands would be astounding, perhaps on the order of Making (Mexico/Honduras/Brazil/Russia, _____ etc.) great again!

    Then it would be up to Congress to make law regarding those who would wish to immigrate to the United States perhaps be given a special status for consideration by INS? Perhaps reinstate the temporary worker visa program that used to be in place for those agricultural and other laborers who would cross the border and return to their homes after the particular jobs they had come here to do were over? would that be cruel?

    Looking forward to see how President Trump sets the stage for things to unfold.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. Ned says:

    Watch for Trump to try and make a deal with giving SOME of the DACA people amnesty in exchange for his RAISE merit based immigration that would END chain migration and require English as a language, no government. assistance for at least five years among other requirements.. If DACA people have criminal records then I doubt that Trump would include them for any kind of amnesty.

    I’d also bet Trump would roll this into his RAISE LEGAL immigration plan with wording that if ANYTHING in DACA was deemed UnConstitutional, RAISE would stand and it should. Our legal immigration policy has needed revision for decades. We don’t need more unskilled people collecting off the government of chain migration of low skilled people. Lawyers I know see the same fate of DAPA for DACA. So maybe a hit can be taken to be choosier on WHO comes into out country legally.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Wendy says:

      I think this senario is more likely given he said we need to have a heart as well and he loves dreamers. He needs to force the congress act on the Raise immigration bill. This might be the time to do it.


  29. Grace Anne says:

    I feel sorry for anyone named Harvey.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. StormyeyesC says:

    One of the groups organizing DACA protests

    The National Korean American Service & Education Consortium (NAKASEC) is a grassroots organization founded in 1994 by local community centers to project a progressive voice and promote the full participation of Korean and Asian Americans within the social justice movement. Our mission is to organize Korean and Asian Americans to achieve social, economic, and racial justice. NAKASEC maintains offices in Annandale, VA and Los Angeles, CA and has affiliates in Los Angeles (Korean Resource Center) and Chicago (Hana Center).

    NAKASEC began its work in Virginia five years ago. Current programs are centered around Immigrant Rights, Civic Engagement, and Parent and Youth Organizing. NAKASEC VA’s work is focused on the most vulnerable community members including low-income, recent immigrants, limited English proficient, undocumented, youth, women, and seniors.


    • Summer says:

      How about going back to your communist fatherland, North Korea, and try this progressive BS over there. Make Korea Even More Communist, one nation under Fat Boy Kim, with social justice for all. No English, everyone is Korean and equally poor, no racial discrimination, government tells you what to do and what to say etc.

      Liked by 1 person

  31. Ivehadit says:

    I will not be upset if President Trump ends the program but allows those here to stay with certain caveats.


  32. freddy says:

    They will risk death before going back.It’s a narco state now and has the number two murder rate in the world……Every little town is full of drug thugs high on meth and black tar. It’s a real mess. They found 3 TONS of meth in Sinaloa. Imagine that and the destruction of humans. They are making tons of fentynal and black tar. These people run the country now. Just go take a drive down to mexico City if you don’t believe it. I’m betting you won’t make 1000 miles………No they won’t go home to that…….


  33. Liberty says:

    “I’m Paul Ryan, I’m a conservative” “Back to business the way the founders got it done” lolololol!!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  34. jeans2nd says:

    From “the official Twitter account of the home of real liberal politics”

    Do not visit their site. Do not give them clicks.

    Rep Paul Ryan just may be in a teensy bit of hot water.
    muh russia?

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Schmetterling jäger says:

    It really angers me to see those arrogant Dreamers in the streets with signs that say “We are not afraid!”,aggressively demanding their so called “rights”.They wear their illegal status as a badge of honor.They demand to be rewarded with amnesty for being here illegally therefore breaking our law.It is disgusting.
    It is also a slap in my face as a legal immigrant.It took me one year to complete immigration process.It involved about $1200 for the immigrant visa,health assessments,translations of documents,and processing fees.It was huge expense for a young couple with small child.I had to answer tons of questions about my background ,education,any radical or terrorist affiliations of mine or my family members.My husband,American by birth serving in the Army had to sign affidavit of support that stated that he takes all financial responsibility for my housing,medical,living costs,and I will not be entitled to any welfare for 5 years.
    So,I have no empathy but pure anger for those shameless illegal immigrants and their demands.

    Liked by 4 people

  36. Maggie says:

    Funny how Congress can work for illegals, but not for Americans. I’m sending a check to Paul Nehlen, Ryan’s primary challenger. Let’ s give politicians a lesson that we are here and demanding immigration reform – i.e. the RAISE Act. Congress polls around 10%.


  37. jojo says:

    I’m seriously considering going to WI next year to help Nehlen in the primary against Ryan. If I find a room I may do it. I’m really good at knocking on doors and educating “conservatives” & Republicans who won’t get off their butts and go vote. Donate to Nehlen today. Every $20.00 helps.


  38. Ejay says:

    The Eighteen Against Trump on rescinding DACA, so far:
    Paul Ryan (R-WI), Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Orin Hatch (R-UT), Thom Tillis (R-NC), Jeff Flake (R-AZ), Jeff Denham (R-CA), David Valadao (R-CA), Carlos Curbelo (R-FL), Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL), Daniel Donovan (R-NY), Don Bacon (R-NE), Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), Will Hurd (R-TX), Martha McSally (R-AZ), Scott Taylor (R-VA), Dave Reichert (R-WA), Dan Newhouse (R-WA), John Faso (R-NY).


  39. Rev.Bro. Generik Broderick says:

    Since I am from Wisconsin, I feel I must say something nice about Paul. It certainly is a sign of his good taste to have his tie match his lipstick. I think it’s “salmon” Good choice, Paul. You have a pretty mouth.


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