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3. Article: Crist: Immigration Reform Needed To Save Social
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  1. Roger Algase's Avatar
    Today's headline: "Win or lose, DREAM Act solidifies Latino Democratic support" is more than just a dream itself. It is a fantasy. From the time of his inauguration up until now, President Obama has been a nightmare for Latinos and other immigrant communities, with record numbers of deportations and a one-sided, enforcement only, culture of "no", including denials of immigration benefits for absurd, specious grounds that, in many cases, directly violate the INA, 8 C.F.R. and the Administrative Procedure Act.

    Now, a month before the Congressional election, Obama and his advisors are suddenly waking up to the fact that he could not have become president without Latino votes. But after nearly two years of poking a finger in the eye of voters in immigrant communities (to use a finger analogy acceptable for publication in this forum), going through the charade of sponsoring the DREAM Act, which would give relief only to a relatively tiny number of illegal immigrants, without even trying to whip the Blue Dog Democrats into line. is an almost insultingly meaningless gesture. Obama's empty, if not duplicitous, rhetoric about favoring immigration reform, while doing nothing to try to make it become law or to change the Napolitano enforcement only culture, will not fool Latinos or any other immigrant minorities. It will only rub more salsa in their wounds.

    The only positive thing that this administration has done for immigrants is filing suit against Arizona's S.B. 1070 immigration law. Even this lawsuit, which was based on the less than sturdy doctrine of federal preemption instead of the arguably stronger one of racial profiling, may turn out to be a Pyrrhic victory. A Republican Congress may likely pass a bill similar to or even worse than H.R. 4437 in 2005, which passed the Republican controlled House. If that happens, immigrant advocates will have no choice but to argue against federal preemption just as furiously as they are now arguing for it.
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