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House to Begin Work on Immigration Proposals

-CALOHAN Wrote: Jul 01, 2013 4:24 AM
No good. ANY bill passed by the HOUSE = no good. No matter how good it sounds, and how "piecemeal" it will next move to a JOINT COMMITTEE of hand-picked Amnesty lovers and there the HOUSE AND SENATE bills will be reconciled. Then before you know it you will be stuck with the full ugly SENATE AMNESTY VERSION. No Good. THE ONLY GOOD HOUSE VERSION IS NO HOUSE VERSION.
Georock Wrote: Jul 01, 2013 7:12 AM
cedar rebellion Wrote: Jul 01, 2013 6:01 AM
Of course this is the plan. The only issue, imho, is when the Gang of Ryan will link up with the Gang of Schumer and Cross the Rubio to officially end the GOP. Obama, publicly, has ordered August. That wouldn't surprise anyone but Christmas Eve would be more dramatic and make great fodder for the Left's What Would Jesus Do-He'd Pass Comprehensive Immigration camp.
-CALOHAN Wrote: Jul 01, 2013 4:24 AM
Do not let Boehner and the boys pull the wool over your eyes.

The House of Representatives will soon begin work on immigration reform. Multiple channels have suggested that the House will not take the same track that the Senate did, and they'll consider different policies as individual bills. Rep. Goodlatte, chair of the House Judiciary Committee, said that a "pathway to citizenship" is the lowest priority for House GOP leadership - but that a legalization track may be a possibility:

Rep. Bob Goodlatte, the Virginia Republican who leads the House Judiciary Committee, said he does not foresee a proposal that could provide a simple mechanism for immigrants here...