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GOP divided on immigration; House uncertain

conservative_one Wrote: Jun 25, 2013 9:00 AM
Nobody cares - those politicians get special treatment for everything once they are elected. Special healthcare, special retirement, etc....................
Broadus Wrote: Jun 25, 2013 9:39 AM
you are right ....

nobody cares about one person....that's all political rhetoric...

if a million or more "Conservative" republican voters and supporters will switch their party affiliation it will show up in polls and will influence others to rebel against the republican leadership.

those that are in office now are so removed from the public they will not care until....

they get closer to re-election time....

I will not enable republican LIARS any longer....


WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republicans are split over the immigration bill steaming toward approval at week's end, a divide that renders the ultimate fate of White House-backed legislation unpredictable in the House and complicates the party's ability to broaden its appeal among Hispanic voters.

To some Republicans, the strength of Senate GOP support for the bill is all but irrelevant to its prospects in the House. Conservatives there hold a majority and generally oppose a core provision in the Senate measure, a pathway to citizenship for immigrants living in the United States illegally.

Any such impact is "greatly overrated," said Missouri Sen. Roy...