We have a president, not a king.
Yet President Obama has decided to act like a king, using imperial powers to change the status of millions of illegal immigrants.
This is bad policy, and it is bad law.
Millions more illegal immigrants will flood across our unprotected borders, demanding the same status.
That’s the bad policy.
And the President enacted the bad policy by violating the Constitution’s separation of powers.
That’s the bad law.
At the ACLJ, we’re fighting in Congress—for secure borders, for the Constitution, and against President Obama’s imperial presidency. Join us:
Members of Congress,
It’s up to you. De-fund President Obama’s immigration Executive order. Do not authorize a single taxpayer dollar for President Obama’s lawlessness.
At the ACLJ we’re mobilizing our resources to fight President Obama’s lawless immigration order. We can’t fight without your help.
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