Two more well reasoned conservatives have commented on the senate immigration compromise.
Peggy Noonan addressed the false argument that the only alternative is mass deportation.
“Here is the truth: America has never deported millions of people, and America will never deport millions of people. It’s not what we do. It’s not who we are. It’s not who we want to be.”
Mark Steyn discusses what the actually effect of the bill will be (not the fantasy being peddled by its supporters.)
“The immigration bill is all reward and no obligations. The only clause that matters is the first one: the mandatory open-ended probationary legal status the bill will confer the moment it’s passed. All the rest — the enforcement provisions on border agents and security fences that will supposedly “trigger” Z-visas and then green cards — is nonsense, most of which will never happen.”