This answer to " Have prior U.S. Presidents used executive actions to change immigration policy " contains two halves:
Analysis of prior executive actions on immigration policy (full disclosure: I disagree with the poster's conclusion, but it's a quality answer listing a valid set of facts)
A second half, which states:
I think the heart of the question lies in, as you so elegantly and colloquially stated: Should we all just Chill Out?
And proceedes stating an un-backed-up personal opinion that "we should all just chill out, yes".
This seems to be one of two cases:
Either the question's heart is indeed "Should we all just Chill Out?", which IMHO is 100% unanswerable using scientific scepticism, and can ONLY be answered using subjective opinion, which is what the answerer did (including 100% irrelevant questions from pundits that have ZERO impact on Obama's statement in the question, which was about prior Executive actions and precedent).
If that's the case, the question itself should be closed as subjective AND offtopic.
Or, that's NOT the heart of the question (and the heart is, IMHO, "Was Obama accurate in stating that 'the actions I’ve taken are not only lawful, they’re the kinds of actions taken by every Republican President and every Democratic President for the past half century'".
If that's the case, the "chill out?" part is just a subjective add-on, which should be edited out of both the question AND the answer.