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    In an effort to ease public concern over the House bill, its author, Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner Jr. (R-Wis.), sent a letter to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops on Wednesday saying his legislation had been misconstrued. At a news conference, Sensenbrenner pleaded with the Senate to pass its version of an immigration bill, suggesting he might be open to some changes when the two bills were combined.

    "It is vitally important for the Senate to pass a bill," he said. "The result of doing nothing would be the worst possible result of all worlds." Republicans eager to increase their party's support among Latinos have been concerned that the immigration debate could anger potential voters

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    This debate is over, and like ive always said,once the senate passes their uest worker bill, then they wont be no opposition to it.

    This is for the immortale, aliba,someone12 that suggested that guest worker plan had zero chance inside the house.

    What you are seeing is house republican gettin spooked by the large latino rallies and now, they are breaking away from the tancredoez crazies...Anyone inside the house, that vote against the senate bill, will have a hard time explaining to his/her constituency about voting no on a bill that fixes our border.

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    In an effort to ease public concern over the House bill, its author, Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner Jr. (R-Wis.), sent a letter to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops on Wednesday saying his legislation had been misconstrued. At a news conference, Sensenbrenner pleaded with the Senate to pass its version of an immigration bill, suggesting he might be open to some changes when the two bills were combined.

    "It is vitally important for the Senate to pass a bill," he said. "The result of doing nothing would be the worst possible result of all worlds." Republicans eager to increase their party's support among Latinos have been concerned that the immigration debate could anger potential voters

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    This debate is over, and like ive always said,once the senate passes their uest worker bill, then they wont be no opposition to it.

    This is for the immortale, aliba,someone12 that suggested that guest worker plan had zero chance inside the house.

    What you are seeing is house republican gettin spooked by the large latino rallies and now, they are breaking away from the tancredoez crazies...Anyone inside the house, that vote against the senate bill, will have a hard time explaining to his/her constituency about voting no on a bill that fixes our border.

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    • #3
      Anyone inside the House who votes for amnesty is going to have a hard time to explaining to U.S. workers, expecially those who don't live on the border, just why they gave amnesty to illegal aliens who are competing with them for jobs. Particularly if they don't come up with heavy duty enforcement AND the money to pay for it.

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      • #4
        Politics as usual Aliba. Just like the stupidity of forcing a cloture vote and failing badly. The house will be more susceptible of the backlash than the congress, IMO.

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