The Senate plan (Rubio's plan) is the only one with a chance of passage.<quoted text>
I Don’t Like Marco Rubio’s Plan
The desire to “just do something” overwhelms Washington too much. This immigration plan gives orgasmic relief to that desire, but in all the hype and show does nothing to address the real needs of employers and the hopes and dreams of those still longing to come to United States whose wait will now most likely be extended and grow even more complex.
Immigration is an issue that keeps hispanic voters from trusting the GOP. Many call it a “gateway” issue. I get that. But pandering in the name of a solution does not actually fix the problem. This is just another policy debate the Democrats can use to get the GOP to fight itself. The GOP should pivot to actually fixing the immigration problem, not just addressing the here and now.
Obama's more generous plan is DOA in Congress.
If Obama really wanted immigration reform, he would stop politicking and let Congress do their work.