by Chris Musillo

President Obama is readying this year’s State of the Union address. The annual speech is given to Congress in late January.

Last year, he barely gave it a mention, stating, If we are serious about economic growth, it is time to heed the call of business leaders, labor leaders, faith leaders, and law enforcement – and fix our broken immigration system.”

Congress failed to act on his mild plea and no immigration measure passed Congress. Frustrated with Congress’ refusal to act, the President announced a large scale immigration reform measure in November, via Executive Action.

The broad proposal calls for immigration reform in a number of areas where the President believes that he can act without Congressional action. About half of the State’s Attorneys General have sued the President seeking to block the enactment of the plan outlined in November.

At this point it seems like the President and the Congress are unwilling to make any steps toward a mutually acceptable immigration bill. House Speaker Boehner seems more interested in Taylor Swift GIF’s than meaningful legislative measures.

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