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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

National Review: GOP Should 'Do Nothing' On Immigration Reform

Monday morning, MSNBC's Joe Scarborough warned that the one thing that could cost the GOP control of the Senate this year would be to pass immigration reform. That same day the editors of National Review shouted "don't do it" with the warning that history proves "President Obama obviously can’t be trusted" to abide by any kind immigration deal.

Though not in a way the media, GOP Establishment, big business, and Barack Obama would like, it looks as though conservatives, the grassroots, and various elements of the Republican Party are unifying on this issue. National Review's reasoning starts with the obvious, that immigration reform is only seen as a priority by 3% of the American people and therefore hardly the burning issue the media and Democrats pretend it is.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

We already have a perfectly good set of immigration rules. The trouble is, they are not enforced. Therein lies the problem.

If we make new laws, whyy bother?

And, exactly what is wrong with our present laws that we do not enforce?

Maybe the fact that they are not enforced??

Huh! Never thought of that, did you?