"The public cannot be too curious concerning the characters of public men." Samuel Adams
Sam Adams was skeptical about the character of public men in 1775 and he would be skeptical today. One thing is certain, the people we have been electing to represent us in congress, be they Marxist/Progressives (Democrats) or members of the Republican establishment are people with no character. The people in this group have one thing in common and that is to not do anything that might cause them to take a stand that could slow the movement toward a Marxist totalitarian state or that might cause them the loss of potential power and financial gain. These Marxist/Progressives (Democrats) and Republican establishment members are no different than the Broward County Sherriff and his deputies who hid behind automobiles while unarmed people were being shot.
The plight of so called “dreamers” has been front and center as an issue for months. The Marxist/Progressives (Democrats) have used this issue as a rallying cry. At the center of their rallying cry is that these illegals should be able to eventually vote. Of course, in many cases, namely Pennsylvania, Illinois, and California no restrictions as to whom can vote exists. If you can walk to the polling place or get your name on the mailing list you can vote.
Now we are learning that the Marxist/Progressives (Democrats) and Republican establishment will punt on DACA and even pull a trick play by using the hidden punt play. Yes, DACA could end up in next month's massive government funding bill, Republican establishment senators predict.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, a leader of the Republican establishment, said that including a short-term deal on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals in the funding legislation was one of three potential paths — and the most likely one
"That's probably the most likely thing, when we write the funding of the government bill we'll extend DACA legislatively, making it legal for a year or two and kind of punting it," Graham said.
Other options would be, doing nothing, or finding the "sweet spot" that would pair a permanent fix for DACA with border wall funding, he said. We all know that will not happen since these “Broward County like Sheriffs” (members of congress) would have to come out from behind the cars and actually do their jobs.
Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., said Monday she would prefer a permanent fix, but also predicts an agreement will become part of the March funding bill.
"I have a feeling what we may see on this is . . . a DACA fix and some border security, a much smaller package, that will be attached to the March 22 spending bill. If I was guessing what was going to happen, I think that's what may happen."