Skip to comments.To-Do over Tallent (Boehner's new Amnesty Czar and her Cheap Labor Lobby paymasters)
Posted on 12/06/2013 7:25:25 AM PST by jimbo123
Much of the reporting on House Speaker John Boehners hiring of Rebecca Tallent to lead immigration efforts in the House has focused on her experience as a senior aide to Senator John McCain (R., Ariz.) and her work with the late senator Ted Kennedy (D., Mass.) on the failed immigration-reform efforts of 20067. Less has been made of her most recent position as director of immigration policy at the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC), a think tank founded by a group of former Senate majority leaders from both parties. This association, critics say, is far more relevant to the current immigration debate or lack thereof.
Opponents of the Gang of Eight legislation have long complained that the debate over immigration reform is portrayed in the media almost exclusively as a question of whether or not to give illegal immigrants a pathway to citizenship. There has been almost no discussion, for example, about the significant increase in low-skilled immigration called for in the Senate bill.
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Boehner has got to go.
Boehner needed a shoulder to cry on.
We already have a pathway to citizenship no short cuts allowed for a reason.