My bet is that Boner won't even bring it to a vote. Once the bill goes through committees and turns into extremist teaparty sludge, their disconnect with the GOP establishment is poison for the midterms. Boner is stuck, painted into a corner, and will blame the democrats for not allowing a vote and then give a presser telling the country how much the GOP reaches out to help Hispanic communities. He will get primaried and probably lose his House seat to a Teaparty nut.
If Boneher refuses to bring the bill to the floor, he will personally and permanently own — lock, stock, and barrel — the failure to reform U.S. immigration policy. Nice legacy, eh?
If you've ever wondered what it's like to lust after a gig only to get it and discover you don't have the chops, just look at Tanboy. If he's smart, he'll announce, now, that he wont be seeking reelection when his term as a f'n paperweight is up.
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