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Ryan on Immigration Bill: "I Don't Think One Big Blob Works"

Thanatos Wrote: Jun 30, 2013 5:31 AM
When McCain was running for POTUS I stopped donating to the GOP because it was become clear to me that either he did not want the job or he thought that Obama would do a better job. GOP has lost all credibility--stand for some or get lost.
annfan_777 Wrote: Jun 30, 2013 6:13 AM
Your view is deeply cynical and incredibly pessimistic.

2010 was only three short years ago.
jdavis368 Wrote: Jun 30, 2013 6:57 AM
His view may be cynical and pessimistic, but it IS true. The GOP has become so infected with progressives (leftists) hiding behind the Republican label, that there really isn't much difference between the GOP and the DEMS (who by the way were co-opted all the way back in the 1940s by the progressives/leftists of that day) The goal is and always has been to bring about the fall of this nation from within. We are simply watching that plan of action come to fruition...especially after leftists having unfettered access to the children of our nation through the brainwashing institutions of our country since the 1960s. It isn't coincidence.

On Wednesday, Reuters reported (and I wrote about) Rep. Paul Ryan's work behind the scenes to sell a comprehensive immigration reform plan to the House of Representatives. A Ryan aide reached out to correct the record: Rep. Ryan is not in favor of a comprehensive immigration reform proposal.

In an interview on Wednesday, Rep. Ryan was asked if a House immigration reform bill will be comprehensive or piecemeal. Ryan responded, "That's up to the Speaker. But I don't think that one big blob works. I think we will do pieces of reform." And...