Thank you for your administration’s decision to rescind the DAPA program and the extended DACA program that were put in place by President Obama. While it is disappointing that any president would actively seek to subvert U.S. law and the will of Congress, I am glad that you have made sure that they will not take effect.
Thank you for voting in favor of the Gosar amendment to the Financial Services Appropriations bill. Please continue to support legislation that targets sanctuary cities.
It is disappointing that you voted against the motions to invoke cloture on S. 3100 and S. 2193. The bills would have stopped sanctuary cities from shielding criminal aliens and would have saved Americans’ lives. I cannot understand you willingness to protect illegal aliens at the expense of innocent Americans.
Your vote in favor of the Gosar amendment to the NDAA shows that you support our troops and oppose giving illegal aliens amnesty and legal status. Thank you.
We urge you to support both S. 3100, the Stop Dangerous Sanctuary Cities Act, and S. 2193, Kate’s Law, when the Senate votes on them. Sanctuary cities provide refuge for dangerous criminals and need to be eliminated. Please vote in favor of these bills and help to protect the American people.
I was appalled to hear IRS Commissioner John Koskinen confirm that illegal aliens who receive amnesty through Pres. Obama’s executive actions would be eligible to receive tax credits from previous years. The administration continues to sell the president’s executive actions as simply a “relief from deportation”, but Commissioner Koskinen’s statement proves that it’s much more than that. Continue reading “Stop Obama’s unfair, illegal-alien tax credits”
I cannot understand how the House Armed Services Committee — a committee on which you serve — voted to endorse the DACA amnesty as part of the NDAA. Please make sure the military amnesty amendments are not in the final bill. Continue reading “House must strip DACA language from Armed Services Funding Bill”
I am glad that you voted against the revised DHS funding bill that stripped amnesty defunding language from the legislation. Please continue to stick up for jobless Americans, the rule of law, and our nation’s security by cosponsoring H. Con. Res. 28, introduced by Rep. Mick Mulvaney, which expresses the sense of Congress that President Obama’s amnesties are illegal and were not approved by Congress through passage of H.R. 240. Continue reading “Mulvaney resolution opposes Obama’s amnesties”
I am very pleased that U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Hanen has decided that President Obama cannot, for the moment, follow through on his plans to break the law by unilaterally granting amnesty to millions of illegal aliens. I hope Congress will use this opportunity to bring immigration policy back to Congress by passing legislation stopping the president’s actions. Continue reading “Stop Obama’s illegal executive amnesties”
Thank you for voting against the revised DHS funding bill. Leaving the funding for the president’s amnesties in tact is the same as supporting amnesty. Continue reading “Thanks for opposing Obama’s illegal executive amnesty”