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United States Still Divided on Immigration Reform

In America these days, things are divided. There is the left wing and there is the right wing. There are the rich and there are the poor. There are the legal citizens, and the illegal citizens. There are major issues right now when it comes to immigration, because of the divide. On one hand there are the people that are immigration activists, and believe that American needs to loosen its immigration policies. And on the other hand, there are the people that believe that America is for Americans only, and it needs to close its borders completely. This divide is incredibly problematic.

This week, President Obama delayed a review of deportation policies until the end of this summer. For Republicans this is an uproar, but then again so is everything that Obama does. They feel that he is abusing his executive power, and manipulating things so that they will benefit himself and the Democratic Party. No matter what Obama does, he will get resistance from some party.

Americans seemed to have forgotten that we are all on the same team. We are all in this together for the betterment of our one country. This is not the civil war days when there was a Union and a Confederacy. This is one nation, under God, with liberty and justice for all. Also, they seem to forget that some issues aren’t going to go away, no matter how hard you try to wish them away.