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Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Senate Backs Down

source: washingtontimes
Key backers of the Senate immigration bill said yesterday they are willing to consider a compromise that would delay the guest-worker program and “amnesty” portions until the borders have been secured…

On Monday, Mr. Specter, the Pennsylvania Republican who will lead House and Senate negotiators in the conference committee, told The Times that border security should be the top priority in the final bill and that he is open to a compromise that would make the guest-worker program and path to citizenship for illegal aliens contingent on first ensuring a secure border and improved interior enforcement…

[J]ust a month ago, many of these same senators — including Mr. Specter, Mr. Graham and Mr. Kennedy — voted against a proposal that would have set out a similar timeline requiring border security and improved enforcement before the rest of the Senate bill could proceed.
You know what we're hearing here? Noted Senate fellators of illegals doing "Whatever It Takes" to provide amnesty and a guest worker to their corporate masters. This isn't compromise so much as a strategic withdrawal to get what they really want.

Campaign funds.

H/T Hot Air

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