Letters to the Editor

Emperor Obama?

President Obama said more than 20 times since 2010 that he can’t do legally what he is planning to do.

It is unconstitutional for him to: refuse to enforce laws merely because he disagrees with them; to nullify federal law; refuse to enforce laws that affect millions of persons and billions of dollars; rewrite laws.

By stopping deportations of illegal immigrants, then the effect is the nullification of federal laws, and he will have violated his oath to “faithfully” execute his presidential obligations.

Without presidential fidelity to the rule of law, we have an emperor, not a president, according to the president himself.

Jose A. Mesa, Jr., Kendall

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