Bombing [with] the voters
Yesterday's televised love fest ran into a little problem this morning, when by 39 to 60, the Senate voted against cloture in order to keep yakking away about the "compromise" reached on "immigration reform."
The longer they keep yammering away about it, the deader this thing will be as we get a chance to actually see what this "compromise" on "immigration reform" contains.
As if amnesty for illegal aliens isn't bad enough, the "compromise" has a few other . . . uh, surprises.
Via the New York Post [BugMeNot]:
It [includes The Dream Act that "Turbin Durbin" wants that] repeals a 1996 law that prohibits state universities from offering in-state tuition rates to illegal aliens. The principle, of course, is that no illegal alien should be entitled to receive a taxpayer-subsidized benefit that out-of-state U.S. citizens can't get. But the committee's bill allows illegals to be treated better than those U.S. citizens on tuition.And that's only one of the "hidden bombs."