Monday, December 17, 2012

Republicans Struggling with Approach To Immigration Reform

Report indicates that because of their need for accomodating their ultra right wing conservatives within the party and the reality of their post-election mandate to resolve the immigration reform which has been created by the November 2012 election, the party could not even determine the basic "starting" point and direction of immigration reform for being stuck with choice of peacemeal vs. comprehensive approaches. One then wonders whether the Republican leaders in the so-called 'gang of 8 Senators group' for immigration reform are outcasts of the Republican party politics. 

When the new 113th Congress opens, the situation will corner them to a very difficult "defensive" position which they witnessed during the election, as the Democrats are anticipated to come forward with a comprehensive immigration reform proposal "very aggressively!" At this point, some of the Republicans' piecemeal immigration reform proposals have been perceived and taken negatively for being unrealistic under the given political reality and rather a road block to the workable immigration reform within the year 2013.


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