In her latest column for The Daily, Reason Foundation Senior Analyst Shikha Dalmia observes that President Barack Obama has found his inner Machiavelli when it comes to immigration policy. As Dalmia observes, the president has devised an enforcement approach that at once disarms conservatives, delights labor unions, and minimizes bad feelings within the Hispanic community. This might help Obama with his reelection campaign, she writes, but it will ultimately hurt businesses and kill jobs.
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