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Representative Darrell Issa's (R-San Diego) plan to outmaneuver President Obama in Washington, DC to build majority support for stopping Central American immigrants in the U. S. unlawfully from settling in the San Diego area did not get withdrawn to avoid political turnoil, and, allow a break in his work on immigration during the August legislative recess. The southern border politician committed to unlawful child immigrants safe repatriation, in an Orange County Register articles on August 5, refused to let the wave of unlawful immigrants ruin San Diego's law abiding communities.

"While the White House has been selling a narrative reliant on a surge of gang violence pushing refugee children from their homeland, we learned a more complete story of aggressive advertisement of immigration relief, or “permisos,” and the desire for reunification with an illegally present adult in the U.S. before the president finalizes comprehensive immigration reform or expands anti-deportation policies."

Gang violence, Issa heard the "truth" on while leading a bipartisan congressional delegation to El Salvador, Honduras and GUatemala, was not taken as an excuse for the immigrants trusting human smuggling netowrks to cross through Mexico and enter the U. S.. Only a motive to leave the foreign home.

Refusing undocumented children an opportunity to prove a life as an American has settled here, north of the border, stays the Republican's goal in San Diego.

Any agreement the administation maes to let in immigrants through criminal networks, or, let in drug criminals fleeing gang violence, no matter the age, will not be tolerated. Obama's still active Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program he started at the INS in Agusut in 2012, using a June 15th executive memorandum, does not fit in the Republican's ground plan for the southwest border area. He joined Texas Representative Pete Sessions, and other Republicans in the House, to pass H.R. 5272, a bill limiting deferred action admissions, and stays inthe U. S., before the recess, on August 1st.

First wave immigrant children granted two years relief from deportation in the deferred action program, and given the opportunity to get temporary wor authorization, end their official stays in Fall, and, must renew a two year status. The Republicans' bill would prevent the INS and Homeland Security, or other federal agency, from taing action to use a regulation or policy to add to the deferred action applications the INS taes, or, authorize deferred action for any class of aliens not lawful aliens. No unlawful immigrant could get a temporary work authorization. Only Central Americans fully meeting Immigration and Nationality Act requiements for lawful immigration could get lawful work in San Diego.

Immigrants brought to the U. S. while a child who work two jobs to support a family, and save for college, immigrants Obama's White House Office calls DREAMERS, would have no guarantee of safe stays. And, no work opportunity. Prejudging the DREAMERS to belong to an unlawful class of immigrants for denying admissions goes against the President's decision to let in Central American children willing to work hard until they gain lawful status. The White House stands against plans to warn away a Central American child "in every way an American, but, on paper."

Issa depends on Senate support for action on child repatriation. Woring with the Central American countries to ensure they can return home children safely is work the San Diego represenative has not put on hold. Overfilling the immigrant processing facilities in the San Diego area guaranteed an end to the work on the immigrant crisis will not come soon. Obama doe snot see no choice but repatriation. He agreed with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto o close down the Mexican path children take during a "dangerous journey" that leads to a country that will not accept them into the deferred action program. A country the human smugglers expose children to the threat of violent crime and sexual abuse to bring them to.

This is an On The Watch Take.

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