Border Enforcement Shows Improvement: Congress to Change

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    http://corner.nationalreview.com/post/?q=MjQwOGI4NjBkY2Y5NmM4ZjJlMmUzZjNmNjI5NzAwOTY=


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    Yes, why not failure is an option. No actally I can't understand what all the fight is about. I would think the added resourses would be a good thing.
     
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    Mark Krikorian is far more optimistic that there will be no amnesty bill passed this year now, the feedback from the public to Congress has been overwhelmingly against amnesty and for securing the border. Even John McCain is distancing himself from his own (and Ted Kennedy's) bill.

    http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=ZjEwZjExZDlmOTJhMDUyNjRjMzMzMGIxYWRkYTYzNDE

    Well, they say fear is a great motivator, voting for this would end many political careers like what happened with the Panama Canal under the Carter administration.
     

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