Like a game of high stakes poker President Obama has met Congress’ bet that he wouldn’t move forward with his threat to use executive power to change U.S. immigration law, and raised it 5 million - 5 million undocumented workers that is. Obama’s recent announcement that he would suspend deportation for roughly 5 million illegal immigrants has definitely upped the ante in the game of immigration reform on Capitol Hill. Legal challenges to the President’s executive action are being thrown on the table right and left. Both Democrats and Republicans seem to be ignoring the message voters so desperately tried to convey during midterm elections; quit huffing and puffing and get to work. But what voters are getting is more of the same old game playing that’s been going on now for the last six years. Caught in the middle is the industry that relies the heaviest on an immigrant workforce - agriculture. Many leaders within the agriculture community are stressing that the President’s executive action will not solve the current or future needs of farmers; stating that what is needed is congressional action in the form of a long-term immigration reform bill. But once again, no one in D.C. can hear them over the political blustering.