He followed the old immigration rules to become an American — and he said the president needs to be "spank[ed]" for unilaterally changing them.
He said Obama is setting a dangerous new precedent with his executive action on immigration.
"The Obama Precedent is that any president from now on who runs into laws that he or she doesn't like, they just declare those laws to be optional and they stop enforcing them," D'Souza said. "This is a radical modification of our system of government."
Then D'Souza said the president was exhibiting "the behavior of an extremely spoiled brat."
From D'Souza's point of view, Obama's executive action on immigration was akin to a spoiled child "break[ing] all the toys" at a birthday party.
"The question is," D'Souza said, "will the Republicans now do what is needed and spank him?"
D'Souza also noted the frustration that he and other legal immigrants feel as Obama shrugs off old immigration rules, and he said that conservatives and the president fundamentally differ on immigration not because one side is totally opposed to immigration, but because the two sides have different ideas about who should be coming into the U.S.:
We want immigrants who will pull the bandwagon; he wants immigrants who will sit in the bandwagon. We want immigrants who embody the spirit of 1776; he wants immigrants who embody the envious, covetous spirit of 1968. So we’re fighting over whether we want productive immigrants or unproductive people like Obama himself.
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