Monday, January 22, 2018

DACA is Neither Bipartisan nor in America's Interest

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This week, a group of six pro-amnesty senators introduced a “bipartisan deal” to give amnesty to millions of so-called Dreamers and their illegal alien parents, while including absolutely zero tradeoffs requested by the White House and a majority of Republicans. Nothing to enhance border security. Nothing to increase interior enforcement or make necessary changes to our legal immigration system. President Trump was right to swiftly reject an earlier version of this proposal last week.
The deal is a product of negotiations among the so-called “Gang of Six” — Republican Sens. Jeff Flake of Arizona, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, and Cory Gardner of Colorado; and Democratic Sens. Dick Durbin of Illinois, Robert Menendez of New Jersey, and Michael Bennet of Colorado.
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Before diving into the details of this bad faith proposal, let’s establish a few things about these “negotiators” and their strategy. First, the notion that anything produced by the “Gang of Six” constitutes a bipartisan consensus is ludicrous. But even more ludicrous is the assertion that the product of these “negotiations” includes anything that protects the interests of the American people.
Every member of the gang is unabashedly pro-amnesty, with five of the senators being former members of the 2013 “Gang of Eight.” So essentially you have one side of the immigration debate negotiating with itself. As Steven Duffield so aptly noted on Twitter, the deal is bipartisan in the way that a bill on coal production that includes Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) is bipartisan.
Read the rest from RJ Hauman HERE.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

OF course DACA is in America's best interest. To not pass it would HARM America, and also the GOP!

We need to be who we are, and stop letting the haters have so much influence.

A majority of Americans WANT resolution and fairness for illegals. The want them to stay, with a path to some kind of legal status. This is the only right, American thing to do.

I have no idea how the haters think. It baffles me.

-Martha

Kerry Riebe said...

I don't believe that a "majority want them to stay. That is just propaganda! The so called "dreamers" are nothing more than an invading force and need to be sent back to where they came from. Period.