George W. Bush Expected To Push “Immigration Reform”

George W. Bush SC George W. Bush Expected To Push Immigration Reform

Former President George W. Bush is expected to make a rare policy address next week talking about how immigration reform will be good for the country, The Dallas Morning News reported.

Bush will speak at a citizenship ceremony at the George W. Bush Presidential Center on Wednesday as part of an event titled, “What Immigrants Contribute.”

Bush, whose own efforts to overhaul the immigration system failed, will speak two weeks after the Senate approved a major reform bill which included a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants already in the country. A key segment of House Republicans remains strongly opposed to any effort they say will mean amnesty.

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Comments

  1. As long as he states "secure the border first"

  2. nexgenesis says:

    IF THE EX PRESIDENT REALLY CARES ABOUT AMERICA HE WILL CONTINUE TO WHAT HE HAS DONE EV ER SINCE OBAMA TOOK OVER, AND THAT IS STAY HOME AND KEEP HIS TRAP SHUT AND LET THE VOTERS DEAL WITH THE PROBLEM.

  3. He doesnt say crap while obama commits treason and destroys the country but yet he wants to finally say something for the damn illegal immigrant invaders?!! F. the American people while you brown nose the trashy homeless of mexico! Stay the F home and Mexicans get the hell out of our country if your illegal your not wanted here and we can remove you by force during the second american revolution.

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