Obama to heckler: I won't break the law to stop deportations
Monday, November 25, 2013 - 02:07
President Obama's immigration speech is halted by a pro-reform heckler asking him to use executive authority to end the deportations of illegal immigrants.
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Most importantly we will live up. To our character as a nation. Okay. If we get. Immigration reform across the finish line we're gonna grow our economy we're gonna make our country more secure will strengthen our families. Most importantly we -- -- but most importantly we will live up. Most most importantly we will live up to our character as a nation. -- That's that's yet that's exactly what we're talking about it that's why we're here. Mean you know. And that's slightly. -- And I'm we don't go. I respect the fashion of these young. Because they feel deeply about the concerns for their fans. Now what you need to know. When I'm speaking. Of from the United States. And I come to him. Is that. If in fact. I could solve all these problems without. Passing laws and but I would do so. But we're also a nation of laws that's part of our tradition. And so the easy way out. Is to try to yell and pretend like I can do something. By violating our loss. What I'm proposing is the harder witches. To use our democratic process. To achieve the same goal that you want to achieve. But it won't -- as he's just shouting. It requires a flop. And getting about.
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