one good reason not to vote republican, these guys are so splintered and afraid of each other if they did get elected who would run what and answer to who, we can be sure it won't be who you voted for, remember last election and a guy named Grover Norquist and what he said abot Romney well it's a standard for their candidates, they are figure heads.
At the end of a Wall Street Journal report on how House Speaker John Boehner and other top House Republicans are privately telling campaign donors who support immigration reform that they still believe it can happen in 2014 comes this amazing passage explaining why some Republicans believe it's important to take action this year instead of waiting until 2015 or beyond:
GOP lobbyists and some congressional staff say the task might grow harder if the party waits.If Republicans win control of the Senate, for example, Sen. Charles Grassley (R., Iowa), who is widely seen as opposing an immigration overhaul, would be slated to lead the Judiciary Committee, which handles immigration.Many in the business community have shifted their lobbying to emphasize this point, several lobbyists said.
In other words, Republicans who support immigration reform want to act now because they're afraid of what would happen if Republicans were to take full control of Congress. In a way, that makes sense, but it's also a damning indictment that the possibility of winning the next election is one of the biggest fears of the GOP's immigration reform supporters.
they really don't want to deal with immigration because those immigrants are morelikely to vote Progressives, some are either honestly seeking to get reform or there is some benefit by saying they support it or maybe just reality can't win without them, with that kind of leverage Hispanics really have them over a boiling couldron someone needs to let them know.