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The most important election in November for all of us is the Senate race. We've already seen the damage done by the Republicans in the House, and I shudder to think what would happen if the Republicans gained control of the Senate AND retained control of the house.
A couple of articles this morning mentioned that the guy in the tan suit is thinking about delaying any action on immigration until after the November elections. In view of the fact that goofball Steve King thinks that Obama should be impeached for proceeding on his own regarding immigration, delaying action on immigration is a very prudent choice:
According to a poll conducted by the Tea Party Patriots (sounds like an oxymoron, doesn't it?) a majority of the Republicans surveyed thought that "securing our border" should be THE number 1 priority of our country. Gun safety, infrastructure repair, environmental protection, and protection of voter rights (which I think are far more important) aren't even on their radar screen:
If you review the comments in this morning's columns in the New York Times, you'll notice that there are strong opinions on both sides of this issue:
As reported in Al Jazeera, 125 people were arrested on Thursday for protesting against deportation, and the very next paragraphs states that Republicans are threatening legal action (again) is he takes any action at all:
It's no wonder that he has a lot more gay hair these days!