lsayre wrote:Ann Coulter thinks so, and says that by offering by partisan support to amnesty they are shooting their own political party in the foot.
Dk sent me this this morning:
“Always beware of what's reported by the media. The Rep leaders are off on their retreat and the media may be selectively reporting some of the news. Example, media is reporting that the Reps are drafting their version of an "amnesty" bill. The truth is that their priority is to secure the border and have the "illegal" residents apply for citizenship the right way, which means that they need to join the back of the line. But the media conveniently leaves that out. Sadly, though, the jelly-spine'd Rep leaders have a history caving to the dems and not sticking up for doing the right thing. I know the dems will act in their best interest first and foremost. I am optimistic that the reps will do the right thing and then stick with it.”
I agree. I think the Dems are trying to split the factions of the Republican party and amnesty is all they have left. They need to distract from Obamacare and the economy in general. We need to watch and listen to what the Democrats are saying and doing but more important we need to be putting pressure on the House and Senate to grow a pair and stand firm on no amnesty or even amnesty light. Lisa