Kicking the DACA kids down the road for 16 Years?
August 1, 2001 to June 8, 2017
Kicking the can from the 2001 Dream Act to DACA 2017
In Politics Kicking the Can is defined as: to defer conclusive action, typically on a continuing basis (for 16 years), with a short-term solution.
June 15, 2012 (FIVE YEARS AGO) President Obama kicked the can again… with a short-term solution,
Now, let’s be clear — this is not amnesty, this is not immunity. This is not a path to citizenship. It’s not a permanent fix. This is a temporary stopgap measure…..
June 15, 2012 President Obama, ” Precisely because this is temporary, Congress needs to act”.
Sept 5, 2017 President Trump tweeted ” Congress, get ready to do your job – DACA!”
There’s a new Sheriff in WA DC, President Trump doesn’t Kick Cans, HE KICKS BUTT.
A GREAT (R) QUOTE 2013
“WE ALWAYS TALK ABOUT WHETHER OR NOT WE’RE GOING TO KICK THE CAN DOWN THE ROAD.
Hmmm. 2013-2017, I THINK THE MOOD IS THAT WE’VE COME TO THE END OF THE ROAD.”
August 3, 2017 … According to CNN Approval of congress is at an all time low, In a new poll, Congress sank to a 10% approval rating. This compares to an 18% approval rating in March.
THE U.S. CONGRESS HAS A DOCUMENTED HISTORY OF KICKING CANS DOWN THE ROAD.
SEPT 7, 2017 I THINK THE MOOD IS THAT WE’VE COME TO THE END OF THE ROAD.”
TO MAKE A LONG, LONG KICK THE CAN STORY LONGER…..
The DREAM Act is an American legislative proposal for a multi-phase process for qualifying alien minors in the United States that …. was the first bill given the short title of “Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act” or “DREAM …
The DREAM Act (acronym for Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act) is an American legislative proposal for a multi-phase process for qualifying alien minors in the United States that would first grant conditional residency and, upon meeting further qualifications, permanent residency.
The bill was first introduced in the Senate on August 1, 2001, S. 1291 by United States Senators Dick Durbin (D– Illinois) and Orrin Hatch (R– Utah), and has since been reintroduced several times (see legislative history) but has failed to pass.
TO MAKE THE DACA DOCUMENTED STORY MORE CONFUSING
This is the nearly indecipherable government chart data
Data Set: Form I-821D Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals … Data as of December 31, 2016 …. Settling in the U.S. … Immigration and Citizenship Data …
Data as of March 31, 2017 Published June 8, 2017
Data Set: Form I-821D Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
This report contains information on requests for consideration of deferred action for childhood arrivals. The cumulative number of requests accepted for processing, biometrics appointments scheduled, requests ready for review and requests completed to-date are displayed.
The report is available in Adobe pdf file format.
Fiscal Year 2017, 2nd Quarter
BELOW IS A GREAT USER FRIENDLY WEBSITE ON DACA, THE WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE AND WHY… CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW AND CHECK OUT THE CHARTS
2 days ago – (Sept 5, 2017) Dreamers live in every US state and don’t just come from Mexico … DONALD TRUMP’S ADMINISTRATION HAS JUST ANNOUNCED IT WILL REPEAL THE …
WHO ARE THE DREAMERS? WHERE DID THEY COME FROM? HOW MANY DACA RECIPIENTS ARE THERE?
Mexico accounts for the vast majority of these 800,000 recipients. It is the country of origin for more than 618,000—over 20 times more than the next biggest contributor, El Salvador.
That still leaves close to 200,000 non-Mexicans, and they come from all over the world. The sixth-largest contributing country of origin is South Korea; India and Poland are also among the top countries.
DACA recipients by top countries of origin (excluding Mexico)
Approval as of March 2017
WHERE ARE THE DACA RECIPIENTS? WHAT STATES DO THEY LIVE IN?
DACA recipients by state
Share of the state population
DACA recipients also live in every state in the country. They are mostly concentrated in California and Texas, which together are home to about 350,000 of the 800,000. And even though those two states have large overall populations, Dreamers there represent the largest percentages of any state populations—0.57% in California and 0.45% in Texas. Vermont has the lowest absolute number of DACA recipients, with just 42.
CLICK ON THE QUARTZ LINK ABOVE CHECK OUT THE CHARTS
OR FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, BELOW, I TYPED OUT THE DACA DATA ON THE STATE CHART.
IT’S A GOOD INDICATION OF WHERE THE STATES WITH THE LARGEST POPULATION OF DACA RECIPIENTS WILL STAGE AND HAVE THE BIGGEST PROTESTS IN OPPOSITION TO TRUMP’S DACA REPEAL.
WHEN IT COMES TO DACA PROTESTS (IN FACT ANY LIBERAL(D) PROTESTS) A STATES BIG CITIES POPULATION, COLOR AND POLITICS IN (D) BLUE STATES ARE PREDICTABLE.
AND MORE LIBERAL MELTDOWNS ARE SURE TO COME period
SO WHAT’S NEW WITH THE LIBERAL (D) PROTESTORS?
PREDICTABLE PROTESTS BROKE OUT ACROSS THE COUNTRY on Tuesday after the president’s decision to rescind the Obama-era program that gave around 800,000 young undocumented immigrants temporary protection from deportation.
PREDICTABLE Protests have already broken out across the country—just hours after the Trump administration’s decision—AND MORE ARE SURE TO COME.
AND THE IRONY IS
AFTER KICKING THE DACA KIDS DOWN THE ROAD FOR 16 YEARS
THE DEMOCRATS SAY PRESIDENT TRUMP IS CRUEL
WHERE WILL LIBERAL (D) DACA PROTESTORS BE PROTESTING?
IN EXACTLY THE SAME BLUE (D) BIG CITIES AND STATES WHERE LIBERAL PROTESTORS PREDICTABLY ALWAYS PROTEST
DACA RECIPIENTS BY PERCENTAGE OF STATE POPULATION SHALL PREDICTABLY PROTEST
BLUE (D) CALIFORNIA 0.57%
RED (R) TEXAS 0.45%
BLUE (D) NEVADA 0.44%
RED (R) ARIZONA 0.44%
BLUE (D) ILLNOIS 0.33%
BLUE (D) NEW MEXICO 0.33%
RED (R) UTAH 0.32%
BLUE (D) COLORADO 0.31%
RED (R) NORTH CAROLINA 0.27%
BLUE (D) NEW JERSEY 0.25%
BLUE (D) WASHINGTON STATE 0.24%
BLUE (D) OREGON 0.24%
RED (R) GEORGIA 0.23%
RED (R) KANSAS 0.23%
BLUE (D) NEW YORK 0.21%
PLEASE CLICK ON GREAT QUARTZ WEBSITE ABOVE , THE WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE AND WHY OF THE DREAMERS …
President Obama was a dreamer, He had dreams from his father