So the White House and Democrats have failed the 11 million immigrants they claim to care so much about. What could they have done differently?  Simple: show progress of Building the Fence that authorized and signed into law in 2006.

The 11 million illegal aliens do not care about open borders, if a secure Southern Border will get them some type legal status, ninety-nine percent of the illegal aliens would be begging for a Secure Southern Border.  Instead, the Democrats and White House game plan is to accuse the Republicans of hating Latinos.  It maybe good Politics, but it not going help a Republican held House to vote for Immigration Reform.

Texas Reps. John Carter and Sam Johnson announced in a joint statement Friday they were leaving the group of seven in the House that was going to propose a House version of Immigration Reform, saying they could not trust President Obama to enforce an immigration bill that might pass Congress.

The House Gang of seven is dead since the two Republicans left the group.   The Hill reported, “Texas Reps. John Carter and Sam Johnson announced in a joint statement Friday they were leaving the group of seven, saying they could not trust President Obama to enforce an immigration bill that might pass Congress.” They have stated what most Republicans have been thinking for last 6 months:  “We want to be clear. The problem is politics. Instead of doing what’s right for America, President Obama time and again has unilaterally disregarded the U.S. Constitution, the letter of the law and bypassed the Congress — the body most representative of the people — in order to advance his political agenda,”

New York Immigration Lawyer Andrew P. Johnson has been published by the American Bar Association, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and interviewed regarding immigration laws by New York Times and CBS news.