First off, the Senate Bill is “dead on arrival.” in the House of Representatives. http://www.newsmax.com/politics/lee-immigration-bill-house/2013/06/27/id/512362 For right now, it does not matter what the Senate or any Democrat says regarding the Immigration.
Focus on the Republican leaders in the House of Representatives. There is a growing belief by Republicans in the House of Representatives that the Border Security Measures passed by the Senate are inconsequential and that the Executive Branch will not enforce some or all of the security measures. The House of Representatives have a recent example of the Obamacare mandate delayed another year by the Administration. In addition, probably the two most influential Conservative magazines have joined together in a joint editorial titled “Kill the Bill” http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/kill-bill_738781.html
This is important because one of the two magazine was pro-immigration reform, and was so frustrated with the Senate Bill, that they changed there opinion. Why is this so important? Because the serious Republican Base reads either one of these magazines or both, and Republicans will go home to their constituents in August and hear a large majority of their base repeating the words, “Kill the Immigration Bill.”
Immigration Attorney Andrew P. Johnson has spoken to numerous business groups and United Nations Ambassadors regarding immigration. He has also been featured in New York Times, and quoted by CBS news, and New York Daily News. He can be reached at email@example.com for questions.