Jennifer Rubin sees the latest House GOP objection to immigration reform as the absurdity that it is:
So these voices [opposing reform] have latched onto a new argument that is the most inane yet in the immigration debate. The president can’t be trusted to follow the law….
if the logic of anti-immigration members of Congress logic holds, then the House should not pass any legislation on anything since the president won’t enforce the “good parts.” Why pass the sequester, a balanced-budget amendment, tax or entitlement reform or anything else? Ironically, it’s the president who wants to sidestep Congress and operate by executive mandate.