We are all upset with Obama's abuse of power, as we should be, but what good did he actually do? You might be surprised at the answer.

PEW Research 
tells us that Obama's little political stunt of Friday (June 15),  could benefit as many as 1.4 million.  Fine,  but I am not sure folks are thinking straight, on this.  

How many of these illegals  (aged 16 to 30), actually have a high school diploma?  Surely not the entire 1.4 million!!    How many in this demographic can make application for this work deferment by proving they have been in this country for 5 years or more  --  I mean,  how does a kid prove he was anywhere?  How many of these folks are military people - a few thousand ??  What about the parents of these children?   What happens to them and how is their situation improved, knowing that some of their children are protected and others (15 and younger) have no such protection?  

I fail to see how this works,  at all.  And I will bet good money after bad,  that this scheme of Obama's is nothing similar to the immigration solution  being developed by Marco Rubio and some of his friends.   It is time to solve this problem and I hope that conservatives have given up on rounding these folks up, into buses,  and carting them back to Mexico.  For one thing,  they did not all come from Mexico.  About 60,000 per year are Arab.  Go figure.  
Up to 1.4 million children and young adults who are in the United States illegally could potentially benefit from today’s announcement by the Obama Administration about changes in deportation policies, according to an estimate from the Pew Hispanic Center, a project of the Pew Research Center.
The 1.4 million estimate includes 700,000 unauthorized immigrants who are ages 18 to 30 but arrived in the U.S as children and are currently enrolled in school or have graduated from high school; and an additional 700,000 who are under the age of 18 and are enrolled in school. This includes 150,000 who are currently enrolled in high school.
Overall, the 1.4 million estimate represents about 12% of the 11.2 million unauthorized immigrants in the U.S. as of 2010, according to an estimate by the Pew Hispanic Center.