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He should enforce the law rather than ignore it. He should lobby for change. 1yr ago from a Republican in Salt Lake City, UT.
Deporting Mexican people is not solving the problem. Both Mexcio (who needs to give incentives for Mexican people to stay there, like living wage, access to health care, etc) and America (not deporting immigrants who have given their lives to crossing the border, leaving their children to find a living wage, etc) need to be realistic about where we're at and where we're headed. Deportation does not get to the root of the problem. 1yr ago from a Green in Saint Paul, MN.
He waited way too long to become forceful. He also made serious mistakes in who he put in place to carry out important jobs...like launching the ACA programs. 1yr ago from a Green in Trenton, NJ.
Is he doing anything about it of consequence? Nothing of substance... 1yr ago from a Green in Manhattan, NY.
Should be a higher priority. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Broomfield, CO.
I think Obama does and will continue to anything that he wants. He has trampled all over our constitution. He has driven us to the edge of bankruptcy and isn't even getting as much as a tiny bit of the blame. He is by far the worst president that this country has ever dealt with but nobody else seems to think this. I must be the crazy one. 1yr ago from a Republican in Leavenworth, KS.
Disapprove, citizenship shouldn't be easy or automatic. 1yr ago from a Libertarian in Santa Clara, CA.
I wish he could do more, but I understand with the intransigence of the House Republicans it's not possible. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Federal Way, WA.
He has so much on his plate I don't expect much from him on this as he doesn't have the support of a Republican Congress. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Hattiesburg, MS.
On the one hand, he's deported more folks than any president in history. On the other hand, his rhetoric leans towards amnesty... So he has no stance to approve or disapprove of. 1yr ago from a Green in Placentia, CA.
He needs to take a leadership role and push for immigration reform. 1yr ago from a Green in Tucson, AZ.
Disapprove, we need a comprehensive immigration plan. 1yr ago from a Libertarian in Chicago, IL.
Glad he's considering reform but the proposed reforms are still too punitive and restrictive. 1yr ago from a Green in Louisville, CO.
I approve in as much as he is doing what the GOP is allowing to be done. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Boston, MA.
He's not doing any leading on the subject. This could be a great issue to work on jointly with Republicans. 1yr ago from a Republican in Cary, IL.
I think he President Obama's hands are tied with regard to immigration. I think he would like reform immigration, however he is working with a Congress that can not even agree on the number of days in a week. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Sewell, NJ.
Strongly disapprove. The House holds the purse and his unwillingness to negotiate seems to reveal a lack of understanding of the three branches of government. Same with Sen. Reid. 1yr ago from a Republican in Glenrock, WY.
I approve of his attempts to move forward, I feel more conservatives need to expand their horizons. 1yr ago from a Green in Kaaawa, HI.
I approve of how he is TRYING to handle immigration against the resistance of the hard-core right wing. 1yr ago from a Democrat in West Des Moines, IA.
It's been a problem for decades. Make a path, access fines and taxes. 1yr ago from a Libertarian in West Lafayette, IN.
Obama's handling immigration? He doesn't seem to be doing anything!. 1yr ago from a Libertarian in Tampa, FL.
Intentions are good but the outcome will most likely be nothing like its intentions. 1yr ago from a Libertarian in Lees Summit, MO.
Should grant citizenship to those brought to US as minors and should support a liberal path to citizenship for other non-criminal undocumented immigrants. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Glenside, PA.