Amnesty Insanity: Proof that DC gridlock is good

Some people think we need our politicians in DC to “work together” more often.

More often than not, though, gridlock is the preferred state of affairs in DC. A great example of how utterly devastating “bipartisan cooperation” can be for the country is the new amnesty bill thrown together behind closed doors. Any time you can get Ted Kennedy and John McCain to agree on something, you know we’re in for a real hard ride.

Here’s a reasonably good article: No Amnesty for McCain

Of course, nobody wants to do what has to be done first, before any of this legal stuff has a chance of securing our borders: actually secure the border. Build the fence. Then come and talk to me about what to do about everyone already here illegally.

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