I'll Gladly Enforce Immigration Law on Tuesday for an Amnesty Today
Over at NRO, I have a piece suggesting that the president's track record suggests that he won't enforce the immigration law any more vigorously after an amnesty than he is now. And that, after all, is the whole point of "comprehensive immigration reform" -- amnesty and increased immigration in exchange for promises of better enforcement in the future.
My question for Ricochetti, especially those who support the president's approach to immigration, is this: Do you really think President Obama would consistently enforce immigration law after an amnesty? I'm not being snarky -- I really would like to know how people reconcile what we know about the president with the promises about enforcement that would be an integral part of any proposed immigration deal.