Tuesday, June 26, 2007

What ARE you voting for, Senator?

The immigration bill, which survived part one of the filibuster 64-35 (only need five in the yea column to switch over and kill this disaster), has so many bad provisions that it would take weeks for researchers on both sides of the political spectrum to catch them all.

Jim Boulet catches two small Trojan Horse provisions that essentially would incorporate sweeping international treaty obligations into the law without the Senate ever having ratified either treaty.

The bill must be killed.

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