Skip to comments.Obama administration urges House to pass immigration reform bill
Posted on 10/17/2013 6:17:03 AM PDT by jimbo123
The Obama Administration has urged the House of Representatives to pass the immigration reform bill that would provide a pathway to citizenship to millions of undocumented people and accelerate the immigration of professionals from countries like India and China.
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If the Republicans in the House knuckle under to this, they will have revealed themselves to be less than useless. We would be better off with no party at all.
The man who brought you the Obamacare disaster wants to bring you “immigration reform”.
I am to the point I am ready to go “stenographer” on their worthless butts.
20% unemployment and a moron wants to invite in millions more.
No way you loser.
BRING BACK AMERICAN JOBS.
Fetch the ball House, like a good little bitch. If you’re quick enough, Hussein might give you a biscuit.
This is their game plan for the 2014 elections.
They need to 1) distract as much as possible from the Obamacare train wreck, 2) gin up their base to come out and vote which is more of a challenge in the mid-terms, and 3) split the GOP so there is not a united campaign message.
Cruz, with his Cuban heritage, should be on the front lines in this battle. Can’t really count on Rubio as he’s pro-amnesty.
If Obama says to do it then the GOP must, after all we got that ‘income verification’ out of yesterdays deal.
OPPPS, that was already in Obama-care and Obama ignored it.
Is there any GOOD reason why the House is still in session?
Or plow a $3 billion project in your district.
Too late for that. The Republican Party committed seppuku yesterday.
You really don’t think they won’t, do you? Obama is the ruler. No one cares get in his way.
Time to roll over, pooches!
Boehner should adjourn the House until the first week of December. Let his caucus spend time with their constituents, actually experience how they’re coping with Obamacare..
I do not agree.
The Republican Party was not universally opposed to Obamacare, regardless of the breakout on this particular site.
American jobs are being sent overseas, and insurance is becoming a bigger and bigger issue.
I support Cruz, Lee and Palin strongly, even if I do not agree with them on Healthcare.
But on American jobs, stand aside.
It will be a huge tidal wave, to bring back American jobs and stop “globalizing” to America’s detriment.
A better summation of where we are right now, I have not seen.
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