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None of those links really answer my question, which was about the action taken on immigration, but the second link does contain this nugget: "The executive branch undoubtedly has discretion regarding enforcement priorities, but granting de facto green cards goes beyond a decision to defer deportation in certain cases." Which is one side of the argument I was talking about.
Not in most places. The US seems to be pretty unique with this lack of choice. Funny how a lack of government regulation would lead to a market failure and reduction in consumer choice and service.
Maybe someday you won't be a jackass. If I'm wrong, tell me why. What law is being contradicted? And what provision(s), specifically?
Oh no! Not the magical aura!
Good argument. Well done.
Horseshit. One interview and appearance at a parade doesn't take appreciable time; Steve Jobs had a personal life too. Did SJ speaking at Stanford detract from Apples focus? Maybe it did, so great! Apple without any heart is not an Apple I'd want to see.
No, there is no contradiction, unless you want to try a literal, dogmatic, and impossible reading of the way laws work and are applied. There is argument about how far prosecutor discretion can be stretched, that is what there is.
Obama hasn't declared anything to be law.  Law and policy are different things.
Curse you dasanman69! 
? Sure it is.  It's arguably anti-competitive, and of dubious legality in some places, but it's something that can happen in a free market.
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