Immigration collaboration

Upon further reflection, it seems not all Republicans are determined to continue collaborating with the invasion of the US:

Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Sam Brownback said yesterday he no longer supports the immigration overhaul bill that he helped pass in the Senate. “I would not vote for the same bill,” Mr. Brownback told reporters yesterday morning, saying that after the bill passed the Senate he had a chance to study its effects and decided it led to too much immigration.

It’s a major reversal for a man who is listed as one of seven original sponsors of the bill, along with Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, Massachusetts Democrat, and Sen. John McCain, Arizona Republican, who spearheaded the bill.

I don’t believe Brownback for a second, of course. What’s changed his mind is the realization that the vast majority of Republicans absolutely hate the president’s immigration collaboration bill, wish to see immigration severely reduced and all illegals sent back to their homelands. Even so, his turnabout is a positive sign.

As I’ve said for quite some time now, all Hillary has to do in order to win is to embrace immigration restrictions. She’ll be lying, of course, but when has that ever troubled her?