This isn't dodgeball. i) Want OUR Legislature's laws to be obeyed, is not equal to ii) Against all immigration, legal or otherwise. You are pretending that i) = ii) which could be initially an honest mistake, but, after having the error called to your attention, rather than simply fessing up and correcting it in good faith, now you are tap dancing about Presidential Desire? The Constitution does not grant the power over naturalization to the President in Article II, rather, it solely invests this power to Congress in Article I. Article I, Section 8, Clause 4: The Congress shall have Power to establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization. Do you also think that The President and The Congress are synonyms? Rather than separate branches of the Federal Government with SEPERATE powers? Biden was a member of Congress, so was Obama, if they wanted to be Legislators and craft immigration law, they are free to run for that office. But, if they instead seek the Presidency, and want to act in accordance with their oath, then their duty in our Liberal Constitutional Democracy is to EXECUTE the immigration law passed by Congress. You claim in your topic title to be a teller of truth on this topic, I urge you to follow through on that very right commitment.