As of this writing, the DACA legislation appears to be in an awkward purgatory between being a done deal and the embarrassment of having to admit as much. Which leaves some sliver of time to comment before it has all congealed.
One of the facts that often seems to elude Donald Trump is that only his family voted for the personality of Donald Trump–and they’re probably jivin too. Most of his other 63 million supporters voted for either what he pledged to do and/or the America-first mindset in which he pledged to do it.
Unfortunately, that mindset seems as distant as white Texas at this point. Certainly Trump’s own kaleidoscopic political philosophy seems to have metastasized into the political consensus that foreign squatters should hold a monopoly on our government’s compassion.
In that vein it’s become morbidly tedious to hear It’s not their fault! No, actually it’s not our fault…
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