“Atta Boy” of the Week: 43 Congressmen who fought against amnesty

This week, our “Atta Boy” goes to a group of 43 members in the House of Representatives for upping the pressure on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. We’d like to bestow it on the group, collectively, with a special shout-out to Rep. Jeff Duncan of South Carolina, who was lead author on a letter the group sent calling on McConnell to bring a House-passed funding bill up for a vote in the Senate.
The bill in question provides funding to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), but blocks funding for President Obama’s unconstitutional executive amnesty orders. Many, if not all, Republican lawmakers campaigned in 2014, with an anti-amnesty message. Voters, in turn, handed the reins in both House and senate back to the GOP. They did so with the understanding that Republicans would fight against amnesty. We’d like to applaud this group for backing the campaign rhetoric up with real action. In doing so, they stand with voters who recognize the seriousness of the President Obama’s actions.
These 43 members of the House are fighting to preserve the Constitutional letter of the law. It’s a shame more don’t.

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