Border Patrol Agents: Don’t Pass Gang of Eight Immigration Bill Staff
Posted: Sep 03, 2013 3:02 PM

Members of Congress, home for the August recess, have been surprised at the intensity of opposition to proposed legislation to "solve" America's immigration problem. Most members figured they were going to hear about Obamacare, the debt ceiling, and lingering unemployment. Instead, as they attend town halls and talk to the voters, immigration more often than not is the topic of the hour, and plenty of voters have made it clear that they don't like what the Senate passed and don't want it to become law.