Immigration Bill Sinks in Senate
Posted on Jun 28, 2007
After attempting to collaborate on a workable immigration bill, President Bush and the Senate couldn’t see eye to eye on the issue. The vote count fell 14 short of the 60 required to pass the bill Thursday.
AP via Breitbart.com:
After the stinging political setback, Bush sounded resigned to defeat.
“Legal immigration is one of the top concerns of the American people, and Congress’ failure to act on it is a disappointment,” he said after an appearance in Newport, R.I. “A lot of us worked hard to see if we couldn’t find common ground. It didn’t work.”