Congressman Raul Labrador (R-Idaho) was a member of the House Gang of Eight hashing out an immigration bill. Labrador prefers the term “Group of Eight” saying his mother told him “not to join gangs.”
Labrador was born in Puerto Rico, but settled in his wife’s home state of Idaho. He dropped out of the official House immigration effort, saying he’s writing his own bills to complement various enforcement measures being pushed through the House Judiciary Committee.
Labrador was short on details, but says he’ll include a guest worker program and status for the so-called Dreamers undocumented immigrants brought here as children. The other 11 million undocumented, he says, should be legalized, but not necessarily be given a path to citizenship.
“As long as we deal with all the other problems,” he says, “they should be here legally and we can determine later what that means.”
That sounds zero different from any of the other pro-amnesty plans.
Here’s the ONLY one step plan we need:
1. Total control of borders, coasts, airports, harbors, visas, through the TOTAL double fence, through increased patrols, through the application of all forms of technology.
The first guy out with that plan has my vote. Until then, they’re all just another Eric Cantor
“The other 11 million undocumented, he says, should be legalized, but not necessarily be given a path to citizenship.”
OH yeah, for about five minutes and a liberal judge. Bullshit position.