We heading into similar territory with the continuation of their shutdown strategy on Obamacare but being used on Immigration. For example; Obama is helping the same percentage of people Bush & Reagan helped...
History exposes GOP immigration outcry as bogus
Rachel Maddow reviews instances of Presidents Reagan and H.W. Bush taking executive action on immigration, contrary to anti-Obama Republicans who insist that President Obama’s proposed action in the absence of a bill from Congress is unprecedented.
More on GOP's outright hypocrisy already demonstrated by John McCain in his hypocritical flip flops.
VIDEO: GOP employs selective memory on immigration
John Stanton, Buzzfeed DC bureau chief, talks with Rachel Maddow about the extent to which Republican animosity toward President Obama biases them against policies, like immigration reform, that they might otherwise support.
Jon Stewart outlines the GOP's hypocrisy on executive orders and their more recent denial of responsibility proving the GOP are totally too incompetent to be in office.
The Daily Show: National Legislators' Unearned Vacation - Despite a growing list of unresolved crises, Congress spends the final hours before summer recess deciding to sue President Barack Obama. (5:53):
Bills NOT passed by the do-nothing Congress:
Border Bill (To protect our borders against people entering from 'terrorist connected countries')
A highway funding bill (Our infrastructure is crumbling)
Emergency Unemployement Insurance
Student Loan Relief
Comprehensive Immigration Reform
Summary; Congress is not following Article 1 Section 8 of the Constitution i.e. they are not doing their job in outright defiance of their role outline in the Constitution!
What did Congress do this year?
They are suing the President over his "Selective implementation of the affordable care act"! Something which is blatant hypocrisy as Jon Stewart explains...
The Shutdown Blame Game - House Republicans take a stand against Obamacare and personal responsibility. (03:20):
The following screen shots are in sequence & in a new feature I'm trying out. A slideshow;Background info: