Tag: House Immigration Bill

  1. Pro Immigrant groups’ strategies of calling the Republican Racist do not help their cause. The Republicans have the control in the House, and their Constituency is primarily white, and surprisingly, their constituency does not like the Race Card used when they have legitimate concerns regarding Border Security. Pro immigrants groups should pushing the White House to continue building the Fence on the Southern Border based on the Law passed in 2006 The pro-immigrant groups should be trying to get the votes of Republicans who believe in Securing the Border first before looking at immigration reform. These Republicans are not against passing immigration reform; they just want a good faith effort in Securing the Southern Border.

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Both House and Senate Democrats are not hiding their strategy. The Democrats are very clear in their message: No matter whats in the House Immigration Bill, the Democrats just need to get it to conference. That means that the House Version and Senate Version of the Immigration Bill will go to conference, and one “compromise immigration bill” will be created and then sent to the House and Senate to vote on the new Immigration Bill.

Even if the House Immigration Bill is unpalatable to the Senate Democrats, the Senate Democrats believe they can change it in Conference, and send it back to the House and get enough Republicans and most all House Democrats to pass the New Immigration Reform.

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