Maybe the House should do its job, and hold hearings on proposed border legislation. Republicans didn’t do it, I’m sure because hearings would have exposed The Wall as a laughably bad idea for a variety of reasons, including exposing its high cost and low cost/effectiveness ration. Not to mention the eminent domain hurdles, high environmental impacts, etc…
Republican-led House had two years to do its job, and didn’t even try. The Democratic House should take at least a few months to do this the right way.
I didn’t realize you were conceding that republicans don’t mow their own lawns either. Somehow it just sounds worse when dems don’t mow their own lawns, like it’s hypocritical to their claims on border security.
Which proves that this is just political games for the Democrats. What purpose would they have in stating that none of it would be spent on border barriers? If they had said that not over a certain percent would be spent on a wall and then only with the approval of some group of experts who would document its validity there, I might have thought they were serious.
I dont believe I’ve seen anyone here claim that. What I have seen many times is the hypocritical nonsense of droaning on and on about how awful these illegals are by many on the right while at the same time rarely acknowledging that they love hiring illegals just as much as the other side. So it’s really a situation of who is telling the loudest.