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Boehner: We Will Not Hold a Vote on the Senate Immigration Bill

NyetToTheLeft Wrote: Jun 26, 2013 3:06 PM
The border is a sieve. Promises made during the first amnesty of the 80s are unfulfilled. The same BS was agreed to in the 90s, still a sieve for the border. And now we are supposed to believe it will magically become an actual obstruction? And that Maobama and Holder-up will actually enforce the law? (which btw, has many "the secretary it).
westriversd Wrote: Jun 26, 2013 3:35 PM
Of course the border is secure according to Nappytolono. Yet, an article I read today about the "record temperatures" forecast for Arizona has resulted in the Border Patrol increasing their manning to search for and provide food, water and medical support to the large number of illegals (sorry, I mean "migrants") trying to cross the uninhabited mountainous regions south of Tucson. But, who should we believe, of course our goobermint, they would never lie to us citizens because we are doing so well at holding them responsible for everything they say and do.
No-Way-Jose Wrote: Jun 26, 2013 3:20 PM
People think that the 1986 amnesty was the only one. There have been well over a dozen mini-amnesties since 1986. Has one of them had the effect of reversing the problem of illegal immigration? Of course not, but according to amnesty supporters this next big one is somehow going to be the cure. Those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it.

Slow news day, huh?  'Gang of Eight' opponents breathe a sigh of relief -- for now, at least.  Via Roll Call:

Speaker John A. Boehner reiterated to House Republicans this morning that he will not bring up the Senate’s immigration overhaul for a vote in the House. “Weeks ago, I — along with Eric, Kevin, Cathy and Bob Goodlatte — issued a statement making clear that the House is not going to just take up and vote on whatever the Senate passes,” Boehner told lawmakers, per a...