Republicans are planning to retaliate against Obama for his high crimes and misdemeanors of letting out violent illegal aliens onto the streets. They plan to bring the ENLIST Act (H.R. 2377) to the floor next week, using the military as the first stomping grounds through which to pass amnesty and get the ball rolling for comprehensive open borders.
Take that, Obama.
Instead of asking what degree of enforcement they will demand from Obama, Republicans are debating over how much amnesty they will concede. And what better place than to start with the military – the most respected institution in the country?
Next week, the House will take up the annual National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Conservatives already fought to keep Rino Rep. Jeff Denham’s (R-CA) military amnesty bill out of the underlying legislation in committee. But he plans to bring it up as an amendment to the bill on the floor.
Here are some key points to consider:
So what should conservatives do?
First, we must make it clear to Members of Congress that if amnesty is slipped into the NDAA, especially at a time when Obama is nullifying the rule of law, they must oppose the procedural rule to consider the bill. That is the only way to defeat this travesty. Democrats typically oppose the procedural motion to call up a bill, even if they intend to vote for final passage. In this case, most of them will support the bill along with many Republicans. Voting against the procedural rule will ensure that the bill does not make it to the floor.
Second, we must continue to do everything in our limited power to take down the Chambercrats in primaries. If they no longer fear competitive primaries there is nothing to stop them from supporting the Obama agenda.
Finally, we must continue bringing Members out of the shadows and documenting their position on next year’s leadership elections. In light of the current leadership supporting Obama’s violation of our sovereignty, we have a right to know whether they will join the effort to elect a new leadership slate.
Ultimately, this is a fight for the heart and soul of the Republican Party – one that will determine whether we have a viable alternative to an agenda that disrespects our borders, sovereignty, rule of law, and the American taxpayer.
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