For the record, the eight California Democratic Congressional representatives who voted for tighter regulations on the Syrian refugees should be commended, but not because of their personal or even political integrity. These votes signal that they face tough fights for reelection in 2016, mostly because of their terrible, unpopular, and damaging party leader Barack Obama. They did not vote against the President out of principle, but because their political interests are at stake.
Harris is a disgrace to her office, and she deserves nothing more. She should not have been elected Attorney General, not just because of her immoral ideological views, but because allegations of voter fraud have plagued the Election 2010 Attorney General's race.
Harris’s leading opponent, Rep. Loretta Sanchez, D-Calif., chided the court as well, calling its holding “another setback for our dysfunctional immigration system,” the Times added. “Congress must take action to pass comprehensive immigration reform, and voters must make their voices heard at the ballot box,” said Sanchez.
Both Sanchez and Harris would be terrible for the state of California: anti-American, anti-immigrant, anti-rule of law, anti-Constitution. California residents need better representation, and leadership which will demand enforcement not accommodation.
The growing controversy revolves around Sharia law, and its anti-liberty core, contrary to the cultural values of the United States of America -- all of these problems have brought Americans into high alert.
The immigration divide is not among Republican voters, but some Congressional representatives and leaders in Congress as well as the state legislature. More Democrats and Independents, along with Republicans, want a secure border. They want the rule of law. They want lawmakers and representatives who will do the right thing by their constituents.