#ncsen: Burr WON’T back challenge to Obama’s amnesty for illegals

Twenty-six states are challenging before the Supreme Court Barry Obama’s policy of granting amnesty to illegal aliens.  Republicans in the US Senate are getting in on the action as well: burr

Many Senate Republicans are offering their support to the 26 states challenging the president’s executive amnesty programs. They’re filing an amicus brief to the Supreme Court arguing Obama’s November 2014 unilateral actions are in violation of the “spirit” of immigration law and a threat to the separation of powers.

“Given that the Executive has asserted that the acts challenged here are not even subject to judicial review, what is at stake in this matter is nothing less than an effort to supplant Congress’s constitutional power to ‘establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization.’ Such an action stands in stark contravention to federal law and to the constitutional principle of the separation of powers,” the Senators’ brief reads.

It adds, “There is little doubt that the Executive adopted the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (‘DAPA’) program as part of an explicit effort to circumvent the legislative process.”

Led by Senate Majority Leader

Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY), 43 GOP senators signed on to the brief.
Wait.  There IS a GOP majority in that body.  There are 100 seats.  Forty-three is less than half of that body.  Somebody didn’t sign on: sneaky-richard-burr-e1389799989332
[…] The names of 11 senators were noticeably absent from the list, many of whom are up for reelection in relatively tough November races, including
Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL)Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH), Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA), and
Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK)

Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA), Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME), Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO), Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV), and Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) also did not sign the brief.[…]
Okay.  It looks like we’re getting the same M.O. as we had from the Tillis campaign.  Lesser-of-two-evils.  “Beat Kay Deborah.”  No chance of actually being given something to ROSSvote FOR.
This is clearly Tricky Dick doing a solid for his donors.  The performance of Donald Trump in the presidential race ought to send a loud and clear message about the importance of the immigration issue with the American people.  But, clearly, your opinion matters more if you write a check with a lot of zeroes.  
Deborah Ross is godawful.  She is Hillary on steroids.  But at least you know what you’re getting with her.  Do we send Burr back for six more years of the same weak nonsense? Anyone else tired of defending this weak stuff emanating from within our OWN HOUSE? 

10 thoughts on “#ncsen: Burr WON’T back challenge to Obama’s amnesty for illegals

  1. Sen. Burr is an embarrassment. Too bad enough people weren’t educated enough prior to the primary. Oh well…

    1. It did not help that NCGOP headquarters under Karl Rove retread Dallas Woodhouse and Dee Stewart retread Katie Sullivan violated the NCGOP Plan of Organization by making party facilities and promotion availible to establishment candidates like Tricky Dick Burr that they did not make available to conservative candidates for the same offices. Shameful. And a reason that Woodhouse needs to go.

  2. Exactly what you would expect from a “F” rated senator at conservative review

    Republicans in this state need to demand better from the people that call themselves Republicans and try represent us

  3. As a conservative I will not be supporting Dick Burr for anything. I will be writing in Mickey Mouse or if that’s not an option I’ll leave it blank. I am sure there isn’t any difference between Dick and Mrs. Ross, anyways. I hope he looses.

  4. If this liberal turd Burr will NOT support US on key issues like Obama’s amnesty overreach, what possible reason is there for ANY conservative to support him in his campaign? His Democrat opponent may be an enemy, but Burr is a traitor, and that is worse.

    The policy issue of amnesty is bad enough, but Burr is also condoning Obama’s dictatorial methods, which are a very dangerous precedent to our democracy. Burr is absolutely worthless.

  5. Watching the local GOPe fawn over this RINO has become part of the set piece scenario. Well support by the Chamber.

  6. And NCGOP county committees like in NC2 hosted this hideous RINO traitor and put him on a pedestal at their fundraising dinner. Seriously? Who would give a dime for that charade?

    1. Just to be fair, I know some county GOP organizations that won’t even bother to support Senator Sellout, simply because those same county parties are ACTUALLY committed to the advancement of a conservative agenda. Let’s not paint them all with the Moore county brush.

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