Those Who Say They Have Evolved and Those Who Are Standing Strong

Below are articles and links on several of those who at one time stood
for the rule of law and now have decided to instead reward illegal behavior
Several of those who are standing strong
Can you not see the ACLU riding in on their horses filing lawuits claiming
discrimination or bias? - Ruthie
Graham: Illegal Immigrants ‘Can’t Stay Unless They Learn Our Language’
WASHINGTON (AP) — Two senators on opposite sides of the aisle are proposing comprehensive changes to the immigration laws that would include a pathway to citizenship for the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants now in the United States.
Welcome To Rand Paul Evolution
Great - so what Paul proposes is that we are stuck with the lawbreakers
Those - LEGAL IMMIGRANTS - would be denied - this is just unbelievable
Putting the insane in charge of the asylum - Ruthie
Pauls comment…………………..….
Senator Rand Paul is proposing assimilation for undocumented immigrants
already in America, with an “eventual path” to citizenship.
The “trade-off” to make it palatable to conservatives would be
“not to accept any new legal immigrants while we’re assimilating the
ones who are here.”



Border Security - yeah right - you can’t enforce the laws inland now so how do you

plan to enforce them on the border - it will never happen unless they get SERIOUS

Bet Mexico is giving Obama an earfull - “what do you mean secure the border”



Rep. Duncan D. Hunter thinks there’s a good chance for a deal on immigrationin the 113th Congress that convenes in January — providing it’s clear the border with Mexico has been fully locked down.

“I’m open to anything and everything on that, but first you have to have border security to get me on board,” said Hunter, the conservative East County lawmaker.
The environment is ripe for a deal because much of the “rancor and anger” on immigration will be muted, he said. (what the ???)
The White House and leaders from both parties have signaled they expect to fashion a bill to fully address the country’s unauthorized immigrants. (mass amnesty for 20-25 million illegals)
Deals on tax and budget issues are also probable, Hunter said, in part because the framework for agreement remains from such discussions earlier this year.
“In the end there has to be a long-term deal,” he said. “We need to give the American people some certainty and stability.”


Don’t sound retreat

Despite defeat, Republican Party has it right, needing only minor fixes. First up, take Hispanic vote with amnesty for illegal immigrants.
Boehner says Obama should take lead on immigration

WASHINGTON (AP) House Speaker John Boehner on Friday said it was time to address immigration policy and urged

President Barack Obama to take the lead in coming up with a plan that would look at both improved enforcement of immigration \

law and the future of the estimated 11 million people living in the country illegally.

Sean Hannity: I’ve ‘evolved’ on immigration
Fight Or Flight (The Stupid Party Bargains With Obama)
Last week’s election results undoubtedly left many readers deeply disappointed, if not disaffected, including those of you who couldn’t bring yourselves to cast your ballot for Mitt Romney for any number of well documented reasons. The prospect of a president unencumbered by electoral consequences, whose administration has already shown itself to be flagrantly indifferent to-if not contemptuous of-the rule of law and quaint Constitutional notions like the separation of powers, seems daunting to ordinary, patriotic citizens.

Before It Loses Conservative Support For Good, The GOP Should Dispense With “Hispanic Outreach” And Amnesty, Chuck The Chamber Donors And Become ‘The Law And Order Party’-Yeh, Right! (by Dave Levine)

Likely House Judiciary panel chairman is strong opponent of DREAM Act
The Republican lawmaker who is expected to take over the House Judiciary Committee has been a strong critic of immigration reform plans such as the DREAM Act.
That could pose problems for Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), who this week called for “comprehensive immigration reform.”

Hard-line immigration reform lawmaker Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) is expected to take the gavel of term-limited Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas). The panel has primary jurisdiction on immigration matters.

Goodlatte opposes efforts to create guest-worker programs, or grant amnesty to illegal aliens. He spoke out against the DREAM Act when the House voted on the measure in December of 2010, calling it “unfair” and “ripe for fraud.”
Goodlatte said that “the DREAM Act could mean mass amnesty for 2.1 million illegal immigrants…same thing occurred after the 1986 amnesty bill, the Immigration and Control Act, was enacted. Everyone said that was going to end illegal immigration. It opened the doors to more. This is going to do exactly the same thing.”
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Alert! Tell Congress to resist calls for amnesty!
Pro-amnesty politicians are using the election results as a springboard to push for amnesty. Unfortunately, a number of Republicans who had resisted previous efforts have indicated they are changing positions. House Speaker John Boehner said Congress should consider “comprehensive immigration reform” next year. Senators Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Lindsay Graham (R-SC) are resuming negotiations on amnesty legislation.
Pundits who have made a facile analysis of the election outcome drive this movement. Many businesses and establishment Republicans have always supported massive immigration and are seizing this opportunity to push their agenda. Romney did lose the Hispanic vote by a large margin, as have previous Republican candidates, but the primary issue was the economy. In fact, exit polling by Breitbart News and Judicial Watch found that 61% of voters favor tough, Arizona-style immigration laws.