Hard line Immigration bill fails in the house. (6-21-2018)

"Goodlatte’s bill would have provided funding for a wall along the southern border, ended the diversity visa lottery program, limited family-based visas, created an agriculture guest worker program require employers to use the E-Verify program — a pivotal provision in garnering conservative support — and allowed for the administration to cut funding toward sanctuary cities. "

easy to see why it failed miserably in the house.


Even it it had passed it was DOA in the Senate.
Ready for round 2.

Womp womp?



i guess all those reps were still laughing from the Mark Sanford joke


And once the modified bill falls as well, that will be right about the time that we start getting the talking point about how this failure is all the democrats fault. They won’t give us any ideas and blah blah blah.

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Well, now we know who the hypocrites are. Time to vote them out.

Why won’t the Democrats lead?


Did any Democrats vote? Would their votes have made any difference?

Beat me to it!

The 193-231 vote came a day after President Trump signed an executive order ending the controversial practice of separating children from parents who cross the border illegally.

Every Democrat and 41 Republicans voted against Goodlatte’s bill.

And yet Democrats are not responsible in any fashion for the bills failure? Please.

They aren’t there to help the GOP push their agenda.

No they wouldn’t. Republicans completely control the house yet can’t get anything of substance out of it. SAD!

Well then I’d say you should probably focus your anger on the 41 republicans bill wouldn’t have failed if they hadn’t voted against it.

Every Democrat voted against the bill and have no responsibility for its failure. Alternate world.

If Republicans want the public to fund the wall they need to get their own party to vote it through or take it out of the bill and work with Democrats on what they will support. Republicans don’t need a single D vote to get what they want through the house.

Hell no they aren’t. If Republicans need Democratic votes then they need to let them in on it’s crafting otherwise it’s entirely on the party to get their ■■■■ together.

how in the 12th dimension of Trumpism is this Democrats fault?

Yeah the dems were very clear they weren’t paying money for a useless wall. Any bill with that in it isn’t getting a dem vote.

When every member of one party and 17% of the other party vote the same way it’s called bi partisan agreement.