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Nov 5, 2014 20:23:24   #
Loki Loc: Georgia
 
This one says it all. The Mexican/Central American criminal invasion is about to lose it's support.






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Cruz, Lee Threaten 'Procedural' War on Senate Floor to Stop 'Lawless Amnesty'
November 5, 2014 - 3:43 PM
By Terence P. Jeffrey
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Ted Cruz and Mike Lee
Sen. Mike Lee of Utah and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas (AP Photo)

(CNSNews.com) - Republican Senators Ted Cruz of Texas, Mike Lee of Utah, Jeff Sessions of Alabama, Pat Roberts of Kansas, Mike Crapo of Idaho, and David Vitter of Louisiana sent a letter to lame-duck Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada today saying that if President Obama takes unilateral action to grant amnesty to illegal aliens it "will create a constitutional crisis."

The senators told Reid that they would assist him in enacting a measure to stop Obama from unilaterally granting an amnesty, but that if Reid lets Obama go forward with such an amnesty they "would use all procedural means necessary" to make the Senate focus on the constitutional crisis they say that this "lawless amnesty" would create.

On Dec. 11, the continuing resolution now funding the government will expire. Before that date, both Houses of Congress will need to approve a new continuing resolution to fund the government beyond that date.

If the CR does not permit the Executive Branch to spend money on some action, the Executive Branch cannot take that action.

"We write to express our alarm with President Obama's announced intention to take unilateral executive action by the end of this year to lawlessly grant amnesty to immigrants who have entered the country illegally," the senators wrote Reid.

"The Supreme Court has recognized that 'over no conceivable subject is the power of Congress more complete' than its power over immigration," the senators said. "Therefore, President Obama will be exercising powers properly belonging to Congress if he makes good his threat.

"This will create a constitutional crisis that demands action by Congress to restore the separation of powers," the senators told Reid.

"As majority leader of the Senate, you have the responsibility of not only representing the citizens of your state, but also of protecting the Constitution through vigilant exercise of the checks and balances provided under the Constitution," wrote Cruz, Lee, Sessions, Roberts, Crapo and Vitter.

"Therefore, we write to offer our full assistance in ensuring expeditious Senate debate and passage for a measure that preserves the power of Congress by blocking any action the president may take to violate the Constitution and unilaterally grant amnesty," the senators said.

"[H]owever," they continued, "should you decline to defend the Senate and the Constitution from executive overreach, the undersigned senators will use all procedural means necessary to return the Senate's focus during the lame duck session to resolving the constitutional crisis created by President Obama's lawless amnesty."

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Nov 5, 2014 20:31:00   #
Boo_Boo Loc: Jellystone
 
Loki wrote:
This one says it all. The Mexican/Central American criminal invasion is about to lose it's support.

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Cruz, Lee Threaten 'Procedural' War on Senate Floor to Stop 'Lawless Amnesty'
November 5, 2014 - 3:43 PM
By Terence P. Jeffrey
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Sen. Mike Lee of Utah and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas (AP Photo)

(CNSNews.com) - Republican Senators Ted Cruz of Texas, Mike Lee of Utah, Jeff Sessions of Alabama, Pat Roberts of Kansas, Mike Crapo of Idaho, and David Vitter of Louisiana sent a letter to lame-duck Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada today saying that if President Obama takes unilateral action to grant amnesty to illegal aliens it "will create a constitutional crisis."

The senators told Reid that they would assist him in enacting a measure to stop Obama from unilaterally granting an amnesty, but that if Reid lets Obama go forward with such an amnesty they "would use all procedural means necessary" to make the Senate focus on the constitutional crisis they say that this "lawless amnesty" would create.

On Dec. 11, the continuing resolution now funding the government will expire. Before that date, both Houses of Congress will need to approve a new continuing resolution to fund the government beyond that date.

If the CR does not permit the Executive Branch to spend money on some action, the Executive Branch cannot take that action.

"We write to express our alarm with President Obama's announced intention to take unilateral executive action by the end of this year to lawlessly grant amnesty to immigrants who have entered the country illegally," the senators wrote Reid.

"The Supreme Court has recognized that 'over no conceivable subject is the power of Congress more complete' than its power over immigration," the senators said. "Therefore, President Obama will be exercising powers properly belonging to Congress if he makes good his threat.

"This will create a constitutional crisis that demands action by Congress to restore the separation of powers," the senators told Reid.

"As majority leader of the Senate, you have the responsibility of not only representing the citizens of your state, but also of protecting the Constitution through vigilant exercise of the checks and balances provided under the Constitution," wrote Cruz, Lee, Sessions, Roberts, Crapo and Vitter.

"Therefore, we write to offer our full assistance in ensuring expeditious Senate debate and passage for a measure that preserves the power of Congress by blocking any action the president may take to violate the Constitution and unilaterally grant amnesty," the senators said.

"(H)owever," they continued, "should you decline to defend the Senate and the Constitution from executive overreach, the undersigned senators will use all procedural means necessary to return the Senate's focus during the lame duck session to resolving the constitutional crisis created by President Obama's lawless amnesty."
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Did not take long!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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Nov 5, 2014 20:31:32   #
Had enough
 
Loki wrote:
This one says it all. The Mexican/Central American criminal invasion is about to lose it's support.






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Cruz, Lee Threaten 'Procedural' War on Senate Floor to Stop 'Lawless Amnesty'
November 5, 2014 - 3:43 PM
By Terence P. Jeffrey
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Ted Cruz and Mike Lee
Sen. Mike Lee of Utah and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas (AP Photo)

(CNSNews.com) - Republican Senators Ted Cruz of Texas, Mike Lee of Utah, Jeff Sessions of Alabama, Pat Roberts of Kansas, Mike Crapo of Idaho, and David Vitter of Louisiana sent a letter to lame-duck Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada today saying that if President Obama takes unilateral action to grant amnesty to illegal aliens it "will create a constitutional crisis."

The senators told Reid that they would assist him in enacting a measure to stop Obama from unilaterally granting an amnesty, but that if Reid lets Obama go forward with such an amnesty they "would use all procedural means necessary" to make the Senate focus on the constitutional crisis they say that this "lawless amnesty" would create.

On Dec. 11, the continuing resolution now funding the government will expire. Before that date, both Houses of Congress will need to approve a new continuing resolution to fund the government beyond that date.

If the CR does not permit the Executive Branch to spend money on some action, the Executive Branch cannot take that action.

"We write to express our alarm with President Obama's announced intention to take unilateral executive action by the end of this year to lawlessly grant amnesty to immigrants who have entered the country illegally," the senators wrote Reid.

"The Supreme Court has recognized that 'over no conceivable subject is the power of Congress more complete' than its power over immigration," the senators said. "Therefore, President Obama will be exercising powers properly belonging to Congress if he makes good his threat.

"This will create a constitutional crisis that demands action by Congress to restore the separation of powers," the senators told Reid.

"As majority leader of the Senate, you have the responsibility of not only representing the citizens of your state, but also of protecting the Constitution through vigilant exercise of the checks and balances provided under the Constitution," wrote Cruz, Lee, Sessions, Roberts, Crapo and Vitter.

"Therefore, we write to offer our full assistance in ensuring expeditious Senate debate and passage for a measure that preserves the power of Congress by blocking any action the president may take to violate the Constitution and unilaterally grant amnesty," the senators said.

"[H]owever," they continued, "should you decline to defend the Senate and the Constitution from executive overreach, the undersigned senators will use all procedural means necessary to return the Senate's focus during the lame duck session to resolving the constitutional crisis created by President Obama's lawless amnesty."
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I like this idea. Will harry the puke cooperate? I think not!!

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Nov 5, 2014 20:34:13   #
archie bunker Loc: Texas
 
Loki wrote:
This one says it all. The Mexican/Central American criminal invasion is about to lose it's support.






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Cruz, Lee Threaten 'Procedural' War on Senate Floor to Stop 'Lawless Amnesty'
November 5, 2014 - 3:43 PM
By Terence P. Jeffrey
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Ted Cruz and Mike Lee
Sen. Mike Lee of Utah and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas (AP Photo)

(CNSNews.com) - Republican Senators Ted Cruz of Texas, Mike Lee of Utah, Jeff Sessions of Alabama, Pat Roberts of Kansas, Mike Crapo of Idaho, and David Vitter of Louisiana sent a letter to lame-duck Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada today saying that if President Obama takes unilateral action to grant amnesty to illegal aliens it "will create a constitutional crisis."

The senators told Reid that they would assist him in enacting a measure to stop Obama from unilaterally granting an amnesty, but that if Reid lets Obama go forward with such an amnesty they "would use all procedural means necessary" to make the Senate focus on the constitutional crisis they say that this "lawless amnesty" would create.

On Dec. 11, the continuing resolution now funding the government will expire. Before that date, both Houses of Congress will need to approve a new continuing resolution to fund the government beyond that date.

If the CR does not permit the Executive Branch to spend money on some action, the Executive Branch cannot take that action.

"We write to express our alarm with President Obama's announced intention to take unilateral executive action by the end of this year to lawlessly grant amnesty to immigrants who have entered the country illegally," the senators wrote Reid.

"The Supreme Court has recognized that 'over no conceivable subject is the power of Congress more complete' than its power over immigration," the senators said. "Therefore, President Obama will be exercising powers properly belonging to Congress if he makes good his threat.

"This will create a constitutional crisis that demands action by Congress to restore the separation of powers," the senators told Reid.

"As majority leader of the Senate, you have the responsibility of not only representing the citizens of your state, but also of protecting the Constitution through vigilant exercise of the checks and balances provided under the Constitution," wrote Cruz, Lee, Sessions, Roberts, Crapo and Vitter.

"Therefore, we write to offer our full assistance in ensuring expeditious Senate debate and passage for a measure that preserves the power of Congress by blocking any action the president may take to violate the Constitution and unilaterally grant amnesty," the senators said.

"[H]owever," they continued, "should you decline to defend the Senate and the Constitution from executive overreach, the undersigned senators will use all procedural means necessary to return the Senate's focus during the lame duck session to resolving the constitutional crisis created by President Obama's lawless amnesty."
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Harry will ignore it, obama will do it, and the Mitch Mconnell-Boehner clan will let it happen.

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Nov 5, 2014 20:35:22   #
Doctor Dave Loc: Madisonville, Tx.
 
This sounds like some testacular fortitude is growing in the Senate. I am overjoyed and totally support such action.

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Nov 5, 2014 22:42:54   #
Trooper745 Loc: Carolina
 
Doctor Dave wrote:
This sounds like some testacular fortitude is growing in the Senate. I am overjoyed and totally support such action.


I do hope you're right, but I don't think any major fortitude has overtaken the Republican Senators, but instead a few Senators woke up suddenly this morning thinking, "Shit! Some of the Republican voters are actually paying attention!!!! We better do something, before they dump our asses in the street, even if its just making noise.

Only time will tell whether they have decided to fight for what the voters want, or if they'll just fall back to "business as usual", and sit around waiting until they get the big-bucks offer to retire and be some corporation's lobbyist, .... or decide to run for POTUS.

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Nov 6, 2014 06:26:20   #
MajorAhrens Loc: Myrtle Beach
 
archie bunker wrote:
Harry will ignore it, obama will do it, and the Mitch Mconnell-Boehner clan will let it happen.


archie, I believe your right. Mitch and John(Boehner), need to step aside. Cruz would take no prisoners. The commies would abide by the constitution, like it or not. Now is not the time of compromise. Now is the time to try to undo all the DAMAGE the liberal/Marxist rats have done so far. For six years its been Barry's my way or the highway. Well Cruz needs to let 'ol Barry know that he better put on some comfortable walking shoes. Because he can start following the constitution or get to hoofing it.

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Nov 6, 2014 10:35:41   #
Viet Nam Vet 67-68
 
[quote=MajorAhrens]archie, I believe your right. Mitch and John(Boehner), need to step aside. Cruz would take no prisoners. The commies would abide by the constitution, like it or not. Now is not the time of compromise. Now is the time to try to undo all the DAMAGE the liberal/Marxist rats have done so far. For six years its been Barry's my way or the highway. Well Cruz needs to let 'ol Barry know that he better put on some comfortable walking shoes. Because he can start following the constitution or get to hoofing it.[/quote

MajorAhrens, thank you for your service and I don't believe we should compromise any more than the New Marxist DemoRAT Party has done for the last 6 years!!!!!!!. We are now in charge and control of the purse strings and when January rolls around we can stop his EO and pass legislation with the help of the scared shitless DemoRATS that left. They want to keep their jobs and saw how many of their kind fell this election, they will be more flexable now.

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Nov 6, 2014 11:19:28   #
MajorAhrens Loc: Myrtle Beach
 
[quote=Viet Nam Vet 67-68][quote=MajorAhrens]archie, I believe your right. Mitch and John(Boehner), need to step aside. Cruz would take no prisoners. The commies would abide by the constitution, like it or not. Now is not the time of compromise. Now is the time to try to undo all the DAMAGE the liberal/Marxist rats have done so far. For six years its been Barry's my way or the highway. Well Cruz needs to let 'ol Barry know that he better put on some comfortable walking shoes. Because he can start following the constitution or get to hoofing it.[/quote

MajorAhrens, thank you for your service and I don't believe we should compromise any more than the New Marxist DemoRAT Party has done for the last 6 years!!!!!!!. We are now in charge and control of the purse strings and when January rolls around we can stop his EO and pass legislation with the help of the scared shitless DemoRATS that left. They want to keep their jobs and saw how many of their kind fell this election, they will be more flexable now.[/quote]
Viet Nam 67-68, I'm the one who needs to thank you,sir. It was brave people like you that paved the way for the likes of me. And I do agree that everything the liberal/Marxists still left in D.C. want should be squashed. No money for Obamacare, cut back on welfare for anyone that can work and send EVERONE of the illegals back. And to the senators and representatives that say we can't send them all back. You let them ALL in so send them all back. And again, thank you for your service. GOD BLESS

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Nov 6, 2014 23:56:51   #
DotsMan
 
Loki wrote:
This one says it all. The Mexican/Central American criminal invasion is about to lose it's support.






E-Brief

Cruz, Lee Threaten 'Procedural' War on Senate Floor to Stop 'Lawless Amnesty'
November 5, 2014 - 3:43 PM
By Terence P. Jeffrey
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63

Ted Cruz and Mike Lee
Sen. Mike Lee of Utah and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas (AP Photo)

(CNSNews.com) - Republican Senators Ted Cruz of Texas, Mike Lee of Utah, Jeff Sessions of Alabama, Pat Roberts of Kansas, Mike Crapo of Idaho, and David Vitter of Louisiana sent a letter to lame-duck Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada today saying that if President Obama takes unilateral action to grant amnesty to illegal aliens it "will create a constitutional crisis."

The senators told Reid that they would assist him in enacting a measure to stop Obama from unilaterally granting an amnesty, but that if Reid lets Obama go forward with such an amnesty they "would use all procedural means necessary" to make the Senate focus on the constitutional crisis they say that this "lawless amnesty" would create.

On Dec. 11, the continuing resolution now funding the government will expire. Before that date, both Houses of Congress will need to approve a new continuing resolution to fund the government beyond that date.

If the CR does not permit the Executive Branch to spend money on some action, the Executive Branch cannot take that action.

"We write to express our alarm with President Obama's announced intention to take unilateral executive action by the end of this year to lawlessly grant amnesty to immigrants who have entered the country illegally," the senators wrote Reid.

"The Supreme Court has recognized that 'over no conceivable subject is the power of Congress more complete' than its power over immigration," the senators said. "Therefore, President Obama will be exercising powers properly belonging to Congress if he makes good his threat.

"This will create a constitutional crisis that demands action by Congress to restore the separation of powers," the senators told Reid.

"As majority leader of the Senate, you have the responsibility of not only representing the citizens of your state, but also of protecting the Constitution through vigilant exercise of the checks and balances provided under the Constitution," wrote Cruz, Lee, Sessions, Roberts, Crapo and Vitter.

"Therefore, we write to offer our full assistance in ensuring expeditious Senate debate and passage for a measure that preserves the power of Congress by blocking any action the president may take to violate the Constitution and unilaterally grant amnesty," the senators said.

"[H]owever," they continued, "should you decline to defend the Senate and the Constitution from executive overreach, the undersigned senators will use all procedural means necessary to return the Senate's focus during the lame duck session to resolving the constitutional crisis created by President Obama's lawless amnesty."
This one says it all. The Mexican/Central American... (show quote)



Dec. 11 is my birthday.
I can think of no better birthday present than to see Obama's arrogance shoved down his own throat.

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Nov 7, 2014 09:10:32   #
Viet Nam Vet 67-68
 
DotsMan wrote:
Dec. 11 is my birthday.
I can think of no better birthday present than to see Obama's arrogance shoved down his own throat.


Dotsman Amnesty is a ploy to support the NEW MARXIST DEMORAT PARTY WITH 40 MILLION NEW VOTERS. Its not for helping anyone except new voters for the DemoRAT Marxists to stay in power and we the people will become a non entity and we will revert back to a King and his Marxist puppets.

Now every one that cares about this Country must contact their representatives and tell them to stop Amnesty for anyone who is here stealing our jobs infecting Americans with disease and murdering Americans (over 18,000 Americans) flooding our schools, getting SS and Medicare and Medicaid and food stamps and housing assistance. NO AMNESTY. CLOSE OUR BORDERS AND REMOVE ALL IMAMS FROM AMERICA BECAUSE THEY ARE TEACHING THE DESTRUCTION OF OUR WAY OF LIFE. wANT TO GET RID OF A MOSQUE SPREAD PIGS BLOOD ON THE PROPERTY.

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Nov 7, 2014 09:15:37   #
Workinman Loc: Bayou Pigeon
 
Doctor Dave wrote:
This sounds like some testacular fortitude is growing in the Senate. I am overjoyed and totally support such action.


Well with these guys, they had ball's all along but were told to shut up and sit down.

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