The Left is now having to grapple with the possibility that the Supreme Court could allow DACA, a program started by the Obama administration for those in the U.S. illegally, to expire. Politico finds that since the Supreme Court is not dominated by leftists, there is a very real possibility that Congress might have to deal with the issue.
With the Supreme Court’s conservative majority casting serious doubt this week on the future of the Obama-era DACA program, Congress is facing the very real possibility of having the issue dumped on its doorstep https://t.co/k0xkdPkSlY
— POLITICO (@politico) November 17, 2019
“Dumped on its doorstep,” says Politico.
Doing its job, says the Constitution.
"Congress may have to legislate" https://t.co/XogtRo0czk
— Dan 🇺🇸 (@danieltobin) November 17, 2019
Isn’t that their damn job? https://t.co/u6ZQg0srkE
— The Morning Spew (@TheMorningSpew) November 17, 2019
They must have forgotten that some in Congress cannot be disturbed right now while they look for high crimes and misdemeanors.
Imagine the horror of Congress having to deal with a legislative issue. What’s next? Asking them to pass laws? https://t.co/9KGHZhStoX
— Matthew A. Duda (@nnw59) November 17, 2019
It's quite amusing how Politico frames this as being bad news to expect Congress to actually do its damned job and legislate.
How dare a legislative issue be ''dumped'' on the brave warriors preoccupied with creating an impeachable crime right now! https://t.co/4399bhkTal
— Brad Slager – The Impeach Cobbler 🍸 🥃🎬💻 (@MartiniShark) November 17, 2019
It’s literally the job of Congress to legislate, you blithering morons. They’ve punted on immigration for two decades, and you’re acting
Ike they’re victims. https://t.co/UBC4yxvHKr
— Anti-Smatter (@mdrache) November 17, 2019
The absolute nerve of those founding fathers to create a system that puts such weighty decisions in the hands of elected representatives.
Legislating is their job. And Congress not acting is just as valid of an option as acting. They are under no obligation to make DACA legal. https://t.co/snupRrid8l
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) November 17, 2019
Taking up such issues is, quite literally, why Congress exists.