Immigration Bill May Be Just Like ObamaCare



Great overview from The Heritage Foundation on immigration reform:  Decision Time on Immigration  “Today is a pivotal day in the immigration debate: House Republicans are meeting to hash out their path.  Pressure is coming from all sides. The Senate passed the Gang of Eight’s “comprehensive” plan, and three groups on the right are urging the House to act. President Obama is meeting today with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus. House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) has said the House will not take up the same bill the Senate passed—but there is still a danger in trying to work with the Senate.  If the House simply tries to pass a bill so that it can come together with the Senate in conference—informal or formal—Congress will likely tinker around the edges of the Gang of Eight’s plan and give us the immigration version of Obamacare.”

Good stuff!  A Personal, Interactive Tour of ObamaCare  Happy New Year, 2014.

You can’t make this stuff up:  Spitzer Running Against Ex-Madame Who Once Provided Him Hookers  Gotta love this: “Davis, who’s running as a Libertarian, told PIX11 News that at her next encounter with Spitzer, which will be strictly political, she intends to grill him about what he stands for, noting the record and reputation he’s left thus far.  “What’s the difference this time about your candidacy?” she said she’ll ask him, as well as, “How do we know you’re not going to lie and defraud us again?”  I’d vote for the hooker.


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Here Comes Rusty!: Florida counties create Zimmerman verdict response plan  Gilia Adds:  Great overview from FrontPage Mag – Hate and Fear at the Zimmerman Trial  


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2 responses to “Immigration Bill May Be Just Like ObamaCare”

  1. Carl says :

    Why the little blogs matter:

    INVESTOR’S BUSINESS DAILY: Memo To Dick Durbin: All Americans Are Journalists.

    With the mainstream press in their pockets, what Durbin and others truly fear are citizen journalists and the free and open dissemination of ideas that threaten the political class’ agenda.

    They don’t want bloggers rabble-rousing against ObamaCare and Dodd-Frank. They hate the idea of Twitter being alight with criticisms of the left’s efforts to have government “do good things.”

    They resent citizens using message boards to condemn the White House’s attempts to redistribute wealth, its imperial tendencies, its miserably failed foreign policy and its growing list of scandals.

    And they certainly want to chill discussions of how the political left has abandoned — after once being a reliable defender of it — the First Amendment.

    With cellphones, pads and laptops in every home and car, we are all journalists ready to document, report, record and discuss.

    Washington hasn’t the moral authority to say who is and who isn’t a journalist. The First Amendment was written to stop the government from doing exactly that.

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