It’s crystal clear where the issue of immigration reform is headed, and Republicans have only two choices to make. They can either help pass comprehensive reform which will greatly reduce the flow of illegal immigrants, grow our economy by bringing in needed workers in high tech and agriculture areas, and provide a hard-earned path to eventual citizenship for the 11 million in the shadows, or they can sit idly by and watch the President greatly curtail deportations while 11 million continue to live in limbo here in America. The choice is clear; a reform bill has the support of liberals, moderates, and conservatives and all we need is the courage of the Republican leadership to make the right and obvious choice. -csIf, as Karl Rove has suggested, the GOP needs to do more than just run against Obamacare Sen Schumer has certainly provided more gasoline for this fall's impending bonfire. Let's see how "A vote for Kay Hagan is a vote for amnesty" plays in North Carolina.
Sunday, March 16, 2014
Sen Schumer; Pass amnesty or Obama will
There is such a thing as overplaying one's hand and Sen. Chuck Schumer may have done just that. In a Face Book rant the smarmy New York senator wrote.