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    Should Judges Set Immigration Policy?

    From: The Center for Immigration Studies

    Should Judges Set Immigration Policy? Panel Looks at Erosion of Political Control

    By Bryan Griffith
    May 2009
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    WASHINGTON (June 2009) – On June 8, President Obama will meet with congressional leaders to start discussions on an immigration bill. If such legislation were ever to pass, a central element would be an amnesty for current illegal aliens in exchange for enhanced enforcement.

    But what if those new enforcement measures were overturned by the courts? We would then see essentially a repeat of the bait-and-switch that followed the 1986 immigration law. This is possible because of the erosion of the “Plenary Power Doctrine,
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    What the heck? Well we all know how the courts are bought and sold. All branches of government have to be on the same page. Out of here if you are in the country illegally.
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    Should Judges Set Immigration Policy? Well, if Sotomayor gets her way they will.
    We see so many tribes overrun and undermined

    While their invaders dream of lands they've left behind

    Better people...better food...and better beer...

    Why move around the world when Eden was so near?
    -Neil Peart from the song Territories&

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