Well Reid is right because the Senate won’t pass anything good and House conservatives won’t pass Reid’s crap.
We would do well not to pass any new laws for the time being. And when the rats complain fire back that’s it their fault for refusing to compromise with the people’s elected House majority.
What the House is doing makes no sense to me if a majority of the GOP members really don't want amnesty. They continue to produce some kind of "comprehensive immigration bill." My congressman's website says he does not support any kind of path-to-citizenship, but one Reuters article says "In his approach, the 11 million would spend 10 years in a legalized status that provides them with work permits. At some point after that, they could be considered for permanent resident status, followed by possible citizenship."
They can't both be right, and I certainly don't trust Reuters, but remember GWB had a nasty little surprise for us in his 2nd term.