According to “The Blaze”, the following Republicans voted in favor of the Senate Immigration bill – and to prevent a long debate on the border security amendment.
These people need to be fired and sent home permanently during the next election. They are part of the PROBLEM in Washington; they are NOT part of the solution.
These Republicans are Lamar Alexander, Kelly Ayotte, Jeffrey Chiesa, Susan Collins, Bob Corker, Jeff Flake, Lindsey Graham, Orrin Hatch, Dean Heller, John Hoeven, Mark Kirk, John McCain, Lisa Murkowski, Marco Rubio, and Roger Wicker.
In addition to the law which will grant virtual immunity for all current and future illegal aliens, these senators also permitted several pork-related amendments to this bill which favor only certain senators and their constituents. In addition, much of this bill will be under the control of a monumental failure, Janet Napolitano, who will have almost dictatorial power over all aspects of immigration.
LEGAL immigration has been a cornerstone of the American success story, but our nation cannot become the world's homeless shelter for everyone who can't make it somewhere else. Politically correct and ambitious politicians are trying to create a law that will flood our homeland with tens of millions of economic refugees. This 1200 page politically correct and misguided immigration amnesty bill will help to destroy the country we love and hasten its decline into economic collapse.
I have been a registered Republican my whole life. If this bill passes both the Senate and the House and becomes law, I will no longer be a Republican. By the way, the names of any House Republicans who eventually vote for this bill should be added to the "to be fired" list above.
Here is the story:
IMMIGRATION BILL EASILY CLEARS KEY SENATE TEST – HERE ARE THE 15 REPUBLICANS WHO VOTED YES
June 24, 2013
Highly debated immigration legislation cleared a key Senate hurdle with votes to spare on Monday, pointing the way to near-certain passage within days for $38 billion worth of future security measures along the border with Mexico and an unprecedented chance at citizenship for millions living in the country illegally.
The vote was 67-27, seven more than the 60 needed, with 15 Republicans agreeing to advance legislation at the top of President Barack Obama’s second-term domestic agenda.
Charles M. Grist