OK, let's see what our choices are:
1) We can focus our DHS resources on getting the terrorists and drug dealers illegally entering the US that are actually a threat.
2) We can focus our DHS resources on hunting down and deporting the relatives of our OWN US SOLDIERS, and some kids who's PARENTS violated US law.
DHS chooses Option 1. Apparently some folks here choose Option 2, because our US Soldiers have nothing better to do while in Iraq and Afghanistan besides worrying about their family members being deported. Dumbest priorities ever.
The Executive Branch has ALWAYS had discretionary authority for the enforcement of laws. If you have ever been pulled over for speeding and NOT gotten a ticket, you've experienced it for yourself. Clearly it is NOT against the US Constitution, since the US Constitution is EXACTLY where discretionary authority comes from -- out of the division of powers between the three branches.
Wrong on policy, wrong on the Constitution. Smells like quintessential Tea-publicans!