Comments: Trump Immigration Revolution?

I thought of you when I heard this news yesterday. "How do you like me [Trump] now!" I wanted to ask.

I listened to Mark Levine talking about it last night. He thinks the President is "surrendering to amnesty" and told a caller who defended the bipartisan strategy that he needed to "grow some principles." Tell that to the Senate, Mark. And to the voters in 2018 or, more importantly, 2020. Another name for dogmatic government adherence to "principles" is authoritarianism.

A minor riot is underway amongst immigration opponents over whether Trump endorsed "clean" DACA now or just DACA, along with security on the border, ending the lottery and ending chain migration. PLEASE! The president will not write the bill. Congress will, and there is no chance that "clean DACA" passes the House OR the Senate. And I don't interpret what I heard from the president as an endorsement of that. I heard a man promoting compromise, Trump style - a "deal" for both parties.

Personally I think it's a sweetheart deal for Republicans. Which is why I'm very skeptical the Democrats will stick with it to the end. I think they are posturing as willing compromisers now while they search for every possible way to get DACA without any reductions in the ways for needy immigrants, the more needy the better, to enter the country.

Ways like this.

Posted by johngalt at January 10, 2018 3:15 PM

If Ann Coulter and Mark Levin are this upset, how can I be anything but delirious?

Posted by jk at January 10, 2018 3:44 PM
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