Obama is already acting like a baby after the SCOTUS upheld a key part of Arizona’s immigration law. So what’s going to happen on Thursday when we finally find out if Obamacare is unconstitutional? Will it be a gloat fest or a pity party?
On Monday, the Supreme Court upheld the Arizona law requiring police, during routine stops, to check the immigration status of anyone they suspect of being an illegal immigrant. In response, the Obama administration quickly suspended a program that allowed local police to partner with federal authorities to enforce immigration law
The Blaze's Jason Howerton explained, "Obama administration officials said program 287(g) would be suspended indefinitely. Under the program, local authorities were permitted by the federal government to make immigration-related arrests."
"Officials also said Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will not respond to calls from Arizona and other police agencies regarding the immigration status of people they pull over unless they meet a specified criteria. For example, they will respond if the person is wanted for a felony," he continued.
"He's being a four-year-old kid," Glenn said. "He changes the rules just for Arizona. He takes it out on Arizona."
A hotline has also been set up by the Justice Department so people can call in and report any suspected civil rights violations that emerge from the Arizona law.
With all eyes on Thursday's decision on Obamacare, Glenn wondered what else Obama would do if the Supreme Court didn't do what he wanted. He said that he could also see only a aprtial victory coming on Thursday if the court decided to just strike down the individual mandate but keep the other elements of the law in place.