Senator John Thune (R-SD) issued the rules (talking points) for GOP Senators while home for August recess. Those rules DO NOT INCLUDE CONVERSATION ABOUT ILLEGAL MIGRANTS. Breitbart “exclusively obtained” a copy of Thune’s rules. Assuming Breitbart’s reporting of Thune’s Rules are accurate, the rules go something like this (my interpretation, not Breitbart’s):
a) explain the accomplishments of the Senate (and ignore the hoots when they shout you down for being an idiot),
b) convince voters that we are planning to get “back to work,” (and ignore the snorts from the ignorant in your audience),
c) meet with business groups (and ignore the boos as you support the Chamber of Commerce’s vicious and powerful attacks on the Rule of Law, and plans for granting amnesty to the mega-millions of migrants),
d) refuse to discuss illegal immigration and illegal alien crime. Do.Not.Talk.About.It. (and ignore the chaos that breaks out, as you refuse to support the will of the voter. Watch your back as you run for the door.)
I’ve attempted to find House rules for August 2015, and have come up with nothing, however, Catholics have. A pdf, via Google search credits it to the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities, encourages “Catholic higher education” to use “talking points” to discourage any efforts to SECURE THE BORDERS, OR STOP THE FLOW OF BORDER ENCROACHMENTS AND REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT. The first “talking point” is:
A path to citizenship that is accessible and viable for the 11 million undocumented in the country; Source – written first person with no identification
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