Wednesday, June 07, 2006
Texas Republican National Committeeman Bill Crocker Comments on Recently-Passed McCain-Kennedy Immigration Bill
The recently-passed Senate immigration bill, dubbed the McCain-Kennedy bill, is another outstanding example of the results achievable when moderate Republicans compromise with Democrats.
It can only be described as a sorry spectacle. It is 641 pages long and as the details buried deeply inside it come slowly to light, no thanks to the media, it appears more and more ridiculous. There is no point in burying you in a recitation of its ludicrous provisions.
I had the pleasure of hearing Phyllis Schlafly of Eagle Forum speak for the better part of an hour last Thursday in San Antonio, recounting example after example of what can only be considered an irrational desire for national self-destruction.
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