Congress's week-long Memorial Day recess was expected to leave the bill in
tatters. But with a week of action set to begin today, the legislation's
champions say they believe that the voices of opposition, especially from
conservatives, represent a small segment of public opinion. Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.), who led negotiations on the bill for his
party, said the flood of angry calls and protests that greeted the deal two
weeks ago has since receded every day.
Over the break, Sens. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) and Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) were booed at their state party
When the faithful boo, it is a good sign things are getting better. I mean they could've hissed or something. Yep, booing is definately better.
What part of "illegal alien" do these people not understand? Maybe they're thinking in Spanish. To help clarify how I feel about this bill I will write and call again. In English. I hope they have translators on hand.