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Second federal judge blocks move to end DACA
1 year ago  ::  Feb 13, 2018 - 4:55PM #1
laurenf2
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The Norway comment is coming back to bite Trump's a$$

Second federal judge blocks move to end DACA


1 year ago  ::  Feb 13, 2018 - 5:17PM #2
NW
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Another liberal judge trying to legislate from the bench.  This was an EO with an end date, not a law.  There's no legal grounds to require us to continue to follow this practice.

1 year ago  ::  Feb 13, 2018 - 5:26PM #3
Max
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Feb 13, 2018 -- 5:17PM, NW wrote:


Another liberal judge trying to legislate from the bench.  This was an EO with an end date, not a law.  There's no legal grounds to require us to continue to follow this practice.




No, he's a judge, a judge who made a ruling. The EO had an end date but also an option for renewal. 

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1 year ago  ::  Feb 13, 2018 - 5:51PM #4
NW
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Feb 13, 2018 -- 5:26PM, Max wrote:


Feb 13, 2018 -- 5:17PM, NW wrote:


Another liberal judge trying to legislate from the bench.  This was an EO with an end date, not a law.  There's no legal grounds to require us to continue to follow this practice.




No, he's a judge, a judge who made a ruling. The EO had an end date but also an option for renewal. 




A judge who has absolutely no grounds to force the President of the United States to sign an extension to an executive order.

1 year ago  ::  Feb 13, 2018 - 5:55PM #5
Max
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Feb 13, 2018 -- 5:51PM, NW wrote:


Feb 13, 2018 -- 5:26PM, Max wrote:


Feb 13, 2018 -- 5:17PM, NW wrote:


Another liberal judge trying to legislate from the bench.  This was an EO with an end date, not a law.  There's no legal grounds to require us to continue to follow this practice.




No, he's a judge, a judge who made a ruling. The EO had an end date but also an option for renewal. 




A judge who has absolutely no grounds to force the President of the United States to sign an extension to an executive order.




Show me where that ruling does that. 

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1 year ago  ::  Feb 13, 2018 - 11:53PM #6
61in61
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Feb 13, 2018 -- 5:17PM, NW wrote:


Another liberal judge trying to legislate from the bench.  This was an EO with an end date, not a law.  There's no legal grounds to require us to continue to follow this practice.




Conservative judges don't try to legislate from the bench?



The ruling was quite simple really. The government based its case on the presumption that DACA was illegal. The court found that such a presumption was erroneous. Therefore the Trump EO was found to be "capricious and arbitrary".

1 year ago  ::  Feb 14, 2018 - 9:40AM #7
ArtVandelay
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send them back!  MAGA!!!!!!!!!!!!

1 year ago  ::  Feb 14, 2018 - 10:13AM #8
louisiana_lightning
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Feb 13, 2018 -- 11:53PM, 61in61 wrote:


Feb 13, 2018 -- 5:17PM, NW wrote:


Another liberal judge trying to legislate from the bench.  This was an EO with an end date, not a law.  There's no legal grounds to require us to continue to follow this practice.




Conservative judges don't try to legislate from the bench?



The ruling was quite simple really. The government based its case on the presumption that DACA was illegal. The court found that such a presumption was erroneous. Therefore the Trump EO was found to be "capricious and arbitrary".




The original DACA EO was by definition capricious and arbitrary.  It simply delayed legal enforcement against a select arbitary group of law breakers.

1 year ago  ::  Feb 14, 2018 - 10:37AM #9
61in61
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Feb 14, 2018 -- 10:13AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Feb 13, 2018 -- 11:53PM, 61in61 wrote:


Feb 13, 2018 -- 5:17PM, NW wrote:


Another liberal judge trying to legislate from the bench.  This was an EO with an end date, not a law.  There's no legal grounds to require us to continue to follow this practice.




Conservative judges don't try to legislate from the bench?



The ruling was quite simple really. The government based its case on the presumption that DACA was illegal. The court found that such a presumption was erroneous. Therefore the Trump EO was found to be "capricious and arbitrary".




The original DACA EO was by definition capricious and arbitrary.  It simply delayed legal enforcement against a select arbitary group of law breakers.




There was no EO that created DACA. DACA was an internal Homeland Security policy decision. Agencies are allowed to create rules and regulations which have the weight of law. Qualified DACA applicants were simply put on a low priority list for scheduled deportations. The decision wasn't capricious or arbitrary since it served a very specific purpose and intent.

1 year ago  ::  Feb 14, 2018 - 11:30AM #10
craner7
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The biggest and most important achievement Trump is busy at is cleaning up the federal courts with conservative judges that will be felt for decades and the media isn't paying attention lol lol....when he's finally finished and they realize how big this is they'll be weeping with hysterics! Can't wait for flunkies like these judges to go!
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