Obama delays his immigration scheme after vulnerable Senator Democrats’ outcry – “wait for after our reelections before you screw the American people” – and he agreed – yet ignores the cries of the American people who vastly oppose illegal amnesty.
“The only thing that is more shocking than Senate Democrats’ support for the president’s planned executive amnesty is the cravenness of asking him to proceed beginning the day after the midterms,” said Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., a vocal opponent of the president’s immigration-reform efforts. “They don’t care what [voters] want, or what you think.”
The White House certainly stoked expectations for an imminent blueprint on immigration. For weeks, White House officials said the president would move forward on his advisers’ recommendations by the end of summer.
But then vulnerable Senate Democrats got angry — and their concerns did not fall on deaf ears at the White House. Source