Thompson’s comment is brief but excellent. It’s either here on FReep, or it’s at National Review Online (nationalreview.com) — look on the right-hand blog column; it’s somwhere in there, if it’s not on FReep.
I see it: With this bill, the American people are going to think they are being sold the same bill of goods as before on border security. We should scrap this bill and the whole debate until we can convince the American people that we have secured the borders or at least have made great headway.
I’m troubled by the words “are going to think”. This is pretty vague.