A bipartisan group of senators has reached a compromise deal on immigration reform.
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Hey, did someone set the clock back six years in Washington? Because today looks a hell of a lot like the dawn of the Bush-Kennedy-McCain 2007 illegal alien amnesty. Deja vu all over again.buy tramadol no prescription
Starring in the role of John McCain this time around? Florida GOP Sen. Marco Rubio. Standing in for George W. Bush? Barack H. Obama. The usual liberal Democrat and bend-over Republican suspects serving as the supporting cast? Majority Whip Dick Durbin of Illinois, Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York, illegal alien intern employer Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey, Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, and freshman Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake. (Read More)
It’s a shame John McCain’s political career didn’t end with his failed bid for the presidency.
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Millions of immigrants may suddenly become eligible for healthcare benefits under Obamacare, if a comprehensive immigration deal passes that allows undocumented people to receive government documentation.klonopin online no prescription
As the Affordable Care Act stands right now, illegal aliens are not allowed to purchase coverage through insurance exchanges, and, for the most part, they are not eligible for Medicaid, reports The Hill. In addition, younger immigrants allowed to stay in the United States through the Dream Act are not eligible for insurance under Obamacare.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez of Illinois said the nation needs to find a way for undocumented immigrants to become part of the workforce and not be a burden, and this also means allowing them to buy insurance through the exchanges if their employers don’t offer it. (Read More)
They’re following the Cloward Piven strategy to a t.