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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

Gutierrez-Ryan-Rubio?

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They've been konoodling. Could be they're working on a bill to compete with the Schumer-Graham bill being worked on in the Senate.

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  1. Jack's Avatar
    Doubt they're working on anything substantive, Greg. "Explore opportunities to work together" doesn't sound like much. Gute is doing all the talking (shocking) and referring to Ryan as "his good friend" (but also saying that he barely knows him). If Luis' egomaniacal sounding "I composed the Morton Memo" raised eyebrows, check out Ryan's "I don't want to deal with it from a political point of view" (that doesn't sound like a politician BSing now does it?) and Luis going on about how encouraged he is by that. Luis can't be that gullible, can he? Or is he just bragging that presidential candidates know who he is and are ******* up to him? "Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) is quietly building bridges with two key Republicans" is pretty funny too--he doesn't do anything quietly and loves publicity. He's pro-sanctuary (as seen this July with Rahm Emanuel welcoming ALL immigrants to Chicago). He's talking in terms of unlimited immigration (in a November editorial referring to legal channels wide enough people don't have to go around the law). So Ryan supposedly saying "I want to work with you" begs the question: What's there to work with? Where do you go after non-enforcement and unlimited immigration?
  2. George Chell's Avatar
    More drivel from Jack.
  3. sky F1 abroad's Avatar
    s Gutierrez (D-Ill.) is quietly building bridges with two key Republicans" is pretty funny too--he doesn't do anything quietly and loves publicity. He's pro-sanctuary (as seen this July with Rahm Emanuel welcoming ALL immigrants to Chicago). He's talking in terms of unlimited immigration (in a November editorial referring to legal channels wide enough people don't have to go around the law). So Ryan supposedly saying "I want to work with you" begs the question: What's there to work with?
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