A Louisiana Reader Notes That Immigration Lawyers And Their Illegal Clients Don`t Have Faith In Obamnesty—Especially If There`s No Second Term
July 05, 2012, 04:11 AM
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Re: A Louisiana Reader Says That Romney Could Have Stopped The Obamnesty By Promising To Repeal It—Illegals Would Be Afraid To Come Forward

From: Louisiana Reader [Email him]

These immigration lawyers are a cautious bunch, at least when it comes to Obamnesty: Immigrants wrestle with hope, uncertainty, By Brian Chasnoff, MySanAntonio.com, June 30, 2012.

Where we see GOP capitulation and spinelessness , they see "Republicans grimly determined to reverse any progress made by Obama." They`re worried about Obamnesty tanking "if the president is not re-elected or stymied by Congress." It`s as if they`ve been following closely Patrick Cleburne`s posts.

Also, the young illegal interviewed for the story didn`t want the reporter using her last name. Apparently, they don`t all want to be "outed."

This best is saved for the end. "There`s always the possibility that this is going to go away, that this will lead to removals." And we`ll wake up and realize it was all a bad DREAM.

“Louisiana Reader” visits the Rio Grande area two or three times a year. See previous letters from him here.