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The debates in the United States Senate on the proposed Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) bill bogged down less than three hours ago after Democratic leader Harry Reid withdrew the controversial measure.

The move came after Republican Senators voted twice within nine hours to block the measure from moving towards a final vote.

"A group of Senate Republicans has irresponsibly turned its back on border security and the 12 million people who are living in the shadows of our society," said Reid.

Republican leader Mitch McConnell meanwhile complained, "I think we are giving up on this bill too soon."
Reid pointed out that the bill was not dead yet. He pledged to carry on working to pass an immigration reform bill but added, "We are finished with this for the time being."

"We are very close, at some point we are going to do this."

But a crowded Senate calendar and the looming Presidential elections complicates its prospects of being passed this year. The measure's chances are even murkier in the House, where Democratic leaders have warned that they don't plan to act on the divisive issue until the Senate has finished work on it.


Anonymous said...

These jerks in the USA who are probably Doctor Nurses who got there on a multiple entry tourist visa should stop bragging about their AOS success while we on CP here in PI are still waiting. You are right dude, these idiots should just shut their trap up.

Anonymous said...

All applicants for tourist visas should be cross checked with the PRC nursing board passer license records, and if they are RNs, must not be allowed to leave the PI. It is unfair for all the millions of pinoy nurses still here waiting for Consular processing for them to jump the gun and take away those visas that are rightfully ours. MDRNs must be blocked at the US airport and sent home if they came in with multiple entry visas.

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