Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA) said it is pure arrogance for President Obama to go ahead with his plan to issue an executive amnesty after the “American people overwhelmingly rejected his policies,” in the midterm elections.
Jindal said, “I don’t think the president should shut down the government to try to break the Constitution.” adding, “The president said ‘I want to break the law.’ He said I’m going to wait until after the election. I know it’s not going to be popular to grant amnesty to million of people here illegally. We had an election. He said his policies were on the ballot. He lost in red states, purple states, blue states. The American people overwhelmingly ejecting and rejected his policies. Now he is saying, I’m going to break the law. Talk about arrogance. Where was this president said elections have consequence.”
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