Skip to comments.Source: Cornyn and McCain Are Working on a Version of the House Border Bill (to thwart Cruz)
Posted on 07/30/2014 1:17:50 PM PDT by jimbo123
NRO is hearing from a GOP aide that Senators John McCain and John Cornyn, of Arizona and Texas, respectively, are working on a Senate version of the House supplemental-funding bill aimed at addressing the border crisis that is expected to move forward tomorrow.
It will likely provide new funding for immigration courts and enforcement agencies, as well as some aid for Central American countries from which the migrants currently crossing the border hail. Senator Ted Cruzs proposal to halt the presidents Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program by refusing funding for the program is not expected to be included in the bill
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I dare call it treason.
It’sa shame that McCain ever made it out of the cockpit of that A4 on the flight deck of the Forrestal.
Cronyn, McCain and Boehner will be carrying Obama’s water on amnesty. Texans are ashamed of Cornyn.
Songbird is at it again. He must have been shown the queen heart again.
"McCain tells us to come on in through Mexico
when we finish in Iraq."
Cornrow and McAmnesty aren’t to be trusted. Both are worthless DemocRats.
Sory,I have no idea what that means.
What a joke Steve Stockman was. ...Half-hearted & Half-ass campaign.
Stockman didn’t have the resources to mount a serious challenge. Tea Partiers should’ve planned a few years ahead of time grooming a candidate.
I think these establishment weenies are destroying the party of Ronald Reagan. Cornyn funded black Democrats to cross over in the primary tovote for that sorry Cochran in Mississippi. He absolutely did— RNC MONEY!!! I will give no more. He is a puppet for Karl Rove. I look for him to squeak by in Texas but Cruz is the King of Texas!! This party is badly fragmented and cries out for a third party. I promise if bush— Christie or romney steal the nomination through “winner take all” gimmicks again, 10 million conservatives will stay home again and we lose again.
Right on both accounts. ...it’s gonna be a long six years with Juan McCornyn.
People in TX and OH truly believe in their “Republican” “leaders”.
You mean since March 4? or what? Maybe the Texans are too uninformed to have any knowledge of Cornyn's record.
Senator Cornhole had better watch it. He may have a real competitor next time. In fact, he might end up facing some problems from Texas’ state government - real soon.
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