Sen. Sessions on Who Wrote (And Understands) Amnesty Bill: Special Interest Groups and Their Lawyers

During the Senate debate Tuesday of the Gang of Eight amnesty bill, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) explained that even the Gang of Eight – the group of lawmakers who supposedly devised the legislation – doesn’t truly understand the complex and confusing content of the bill:

Union groups, special interest groups, agricultural groups, business groups, meat-packers groups, and the immigration lawyers association wrote the bill.

They know what the impacts of this bill are, Sen. Sessions explained, but the Gang of Eight has not read the 1,000 page bill, and they do not truly understand the implications.

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  1. The fact that they haven’t read the bill has become painfully obvious as some of he gang of 8 have run around the country trying to sell this special interest monstrosity. The entire exercise is nothing more than paybacks to campaign contributors. If the public lets their money be mismanaged this badly without an outcry, we deserve what we get. Anyone opposing the bill is instantly portrayed as some sort of racists, but that game is getting a little long in the tooth.

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