Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Goodlatte sets it straight

Bob Goodlatte goes to National Review's Corner to tell his opinion on the immigration bill.
The Gang of Eight bill is fundamentally flawed and unworkable, because it repeats the mistakes made in past immigration overhauls. Among my many concerns, the Senate bill gives legal status before enforcement is up and operating, provides a special pathway to citizenship for those who have broken our immigration laws, and allows the president to waive many, if not most, of the bill’s internal enforcement requirements.

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