House Republicans react…
One hour until Pres Obama speaks on immigration. Helpful refresher on when he said he couldn’t do what he’s about to https://t.co/gwVGyEZJzq
— Rep. Martha Roby (@RepMarthaRoby) November 21, 2014
It is time for the President to stop repeating past mistakes, listen to the American people & join Congress in solving problems.
— Lynn Jenkins (@RepLynnJenkins) November 20, 2014
— Rep. Bradley Byrne (@RepByrne) November 20, 2014
Attempts to undermine the law via executive fiat, regardless of motivation, are dangerous. http://t.co/4pRbpFX8pq
— Trey Gowdy (@TGowdySC) November 21, 2014
It is unconstitutional & downright arrogant for Obama to pursue this disastrous policy through executive action. #NoAmnesty
— Stephen Fincher (@RepFincherTN08) November 21, 2014
Obama had a Democrat House and a Democrat Senate for two years. They also didn’t pass any #immigration reform.
— Rep. Chris Stewart (@RepChrisStewart) November 21, 2014
The President is articulating his plan for #Immigration. But acting alone is not what Americans want. They want us to work together.
— Rep. Randy Hultgren (@RepHultgren) November 21, 2014
— Jeff Fortenberry (@JeffFortenberry) November 21, 2014
On immigration, the President needs to stop acting alone and work with Congress. https://t.co/SXGlLhTUcc
— Larry Bucshon, MD (@RepLarryBucshon) November 20, 2014
#Immigration is a complex issue that we need to solve together. It warrants a real discussion among ALL branches of government.
— Rep. Renee Ellmers (@RepReneeEllmers) November 21, 2014
President’s go-it-alone approach drives a political wedge into ongoing #immigration reform efforts, recklessly disregards lawmaking process
— Fred Upton (@RepFredUpton) November 21, 2014
POTUS decision to bypass Congress sets back efforts to permanently & meaningfully fix our broken immigration system. http://t.co/36juS2iAd6
— John Shimkus (@RepShimkus) November 21, 2014
Obama has had 6 yrs to work with Congress. 2 with his party in total control. Only now, citing scripture, this issue warrants action?
— Doug Collins (@RepDougCollins) November 21, 2014
I urge POTUS to abandon unconstitutional executive actions & work with Congress & Americans to find a solution and fix this broken system
— Jackie Walorski (@RepWalorski) November 21, 2014