We can’t feel too sorry for Rupert Murdoch that he didn’t get his wish this year regarding immigration reform. The day after Barack Obama’s re-election, Murdoch tweeted that America must pass “sweeping, generous immigration reform” that makes “existing law-abiding Hispanics welcome.” (Being in the country illegally kind of makes the “law abiding” stipulation moot.)
@rupertmurdoch Better no action than yet another poorly drafted bill like ACA.
— wernet (@wernet) November 26, 2013
@rupertmurdoch Republicans will have more leverage in 2015 to get a better bill. No rush here
— CTIronman (@CTIronman) November 26, 2013
@rupertmurdoch Obama doesn't want it he want a political issue and republicans can't do it because obama and crazies WILL NOT SECURE BORDER!
— Steve (@MACHTink) November 26, 2013
@rupertmurdoch Who the hell trusts Obama hes a inept liar, we dont really know what his agenda is. Some one else needs to do it
— Ronn (@ibRon) November 26, 2013
@rupertmurdoch There will never be a deal. And that's a great thing for America. No "path to citizenship" aka amnesty.
— Harold (@Nikk1066) November 26, 2013
@rupertmurdoch how about just enforcement of the laws that already exist. Or do you want Obamagration?
— Aaron Yates (@aryates1) November 26, 2013
@rupertmurdoch What's wrong with today's laws? What's wrong with today's practice? Are both bad or do we just need to enforce the law?
— Essential Architect (@CarenKhach) November 26, 2013
@rupertmurdoch Why is it a pity?
— J Christiaan Collins (@jccUSA) November 26, 2013
Exactly. Amnesty can wait … and wait.