Monday, November 26, 2012

Obama will push for immigration reform, White House says

On the eve of a visit by Mexican President-elect Enrique Peña Nieto, the White House promised Monday that President Barack Obama "will be pressing for action" in Congress on comprehensive immigration reform and regards that goal as "achievable."
"There is a real opportunity here to move forward and the president is committed to that," press secretary Jay Carney told reporters at his daily briefing.
"He believes that comprehensive immigration reform is achievable ... because there has been in the past bipartisan support for immigration reform," Carney said. "And he thinks it's important not just for specific communities that would be affected by it, but for the American economy."
The spokesman said the immigration issue "might come up" when Obama meets Tuesday with Mexico's president-elect.
More bullshit HERE

Push, my ass. He'll introduce full scale amnesty and when it gets kicked back he'll sign another Executive Order. Why not, he has nothing to lose.

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