Once again, the GOP is standing firm against ObamaCare.
Here’s a couple of stories to compare and contrast regarding the oft-repeated statement that Rubio’s push for
immigration reform amnesty will lead to big gains among Latino voters.
Following are the names of the thirteen Republicans that voted for the odious Gang of Eight bill.
The so-called “Border Surge” amendment, which really doesn’t do much of anything to strengthen border security, passed the Senate today.
With all of the revelations coming out about the problems with the Gang of Eight Senate bill, and especially the much-ballyhooed Corker-Hoeven amendment (which isn’t even sponsored by either of those Senators, but by ultra-leftist Pat Leahy), the time has come to stop this whole effort in its tracks. The House is the only place we have a chance of doing that.
One would think that when a Democratic Senator speaks out about IRS-gate, he’d be covering his own tail. Max Baucus, however, has a newfound reputation for calling a spade a spade, so when he says there’s more and possibly worse revelations about the IRS coming, I tend to sit up and listen.
Now there’s a piece of legislation I can get behind, and it’s coming at just the right time.
It’s been a really bad couple of weeks for Obama. Benghazi, IRS (twice!), AP, and now another court is disagreeing with his
imperial decisions recess appointments.