Friday, January 20, 2012

OBAMA CHANGING LAWS TO FIT HIS AGENDA

TEST OF NEW IMMIGRATION RULES SAYS 14% OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS COULD STAY 
Of the nearly 12,000 cases reviewed thus far, officials using Barack Obama’s new deportation guidelines have recommended that about 14% be closed, allowing those individuals to remain in the United States pending a final background check. "For a variety of reasons, including the results of background checks, the final results of the pilot programs will likely differ from these preliminary numbers," says Department of Homeland Security official Kim Baronof.

If the percentage remains consistent for the 300,000 pending cases, approximately 42,000 illegal immigrants would bypass the courts and be permitted to stay and compete with Americans for jobs.

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