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I have not settled my mind on how to properly deal with immigration. I think we have some really screwed up policies, so something needs to be done. Many libertarians support completely open borders. I am not ready to go that far, but I do think it should be more liberal.
But the current scuffle between the President and Congress is not really about immigration - it is about maintaining the system of checks and balances designed into our legislative process. What the President is intending to do with immigration could be argued to be morally right, but it is a short-run moral win if he carries out his plan. In the larger picture, the longer run, if he acts unilaterally he will weaken our system and it is likely that the weakened system will yield greater moral wrongs as powerful political leaders force through policies to their (and their supporters') liking. It only stands to increase the crisis of legitimacy.