Sunday, January 27, 2013

So John Boehner, how did you cave this time?

I'm asking because you Wasington DeeCee Republicans have a pretty reliable history of giving the Socialists most of what they want for crumbs in return.

I can't imagine your "deal" on illegal Amnesty will be much different. No matter WHO you have talking about it.

This has now been confirmed by the Maverick John McCain.

One of those senators, Republican John McCain of the border state of Arizona, said on ABC's "This Week" program that the group still had hard work ahead but that he was pleased with the progress and that the principles of a comprehensive plan would be put forth this week.
McCain said the plan was much like a 2007 immigration proposal that died during the presidency of George W. Bush. That plan included a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, tighter borders, a guest worker program and requirements for employers to verify workers' immigration status.


  1. Boehner, like many Republicans, is afraid of the balance tipping and outright civil insurrection following. If he doesn't make a stand, he'll be one of the first to find that there is no honor, or success in dealing with those that follow the examples of the likes of Stalin.

    There is no such thing as a beneficial government. Only a government that is controlled by the people is best because the power is never allowed to be given to only a few.