Skip to comments.Rep. Michael McCaul: Right Napolitano replacement could help immigration reform
Posted on 07/16/2013 1:20:30 PM PDT by ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas
The chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security says President Obama could help move immigration reform through the House if he picks a new Homeland Security chief who has credibility on law-and-order issues.
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Big Boehner Rino...McCaul was my congressman until he got redistricted out, thank goodness. He’s a rich lawyer from liberal Austin. Looks good on paper, but total Boehner sellout which is how he gets and keeps his committee appointments.
“Anyone who uses the word REFORM in place of ENFORCEMENT is a traitor and a domestic enemy, aiding and abetting the largest foreign invasion in the history of the world.”
Another GOPe corporatist who has sold out to the Open Border Lobby.
Yet another promising Republican going down in flames. When will these clowns learn?
In other words, McCaul wants somebody who is even less committed to enforcing immigration law than Napolitano was (her tough talk notwithstanding).
I don't think that is his intention, but he is making a dumb move, in effect asking to be exploited by Dems and RINOs. Why not just say O should appoint somebody who will be faithful to the rule of law. Of course he won't. But even if Obama appointed Joe Arpaio, he could replace him as soon as the illegals got their legal ststus.
We sure have been sold a bill of goods with this Republican Party, haven’t we?
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