Senator Rand Paul Changes Stance on Immigration Bill

Senator Rand Paul from Kentucky appeared of CNN today where he stated that he will be voting no for the immigration reform bill. He was previously a supporter of the bill, but changed his stance when they failed to include an amendment that focuses on Congresses’ ability to implement border security. “We’ve thrown a lot of money at a lot of problems in our country,” Paul said. “To me, what really tells me that they’re serious would be letting Congress vote on whether the border’s secure. If the people in the country want to be assured that we will not get another 10 million people to come here illegally over the next decade, they have to believe they get a vote through their Congress.” Paul said that he does not trust the White House to determine whether or not there is sufficient security on the border. To read more, please visit http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2013/06/23/with-amendment-killed-rand-paul-wont-support-immigration-bill/