Washington Times: Madison Project Knocks House GOP For Pushing Amnesty

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014 and is filed under Uncategorized

By Seth McLaughlin

The Washington Times

The leaders of a grassroots conservative group that is targeting GOP incumbents in 2014 congressional races say that House Republicans leaders are heading in the wrong direction with their “amnesty first approach” to immigration.

Drew Ryun and Daniel Horowitz of the Madison Project said in a USA Today opinion piece that the House GOP are insisting that “we must grant amnesty before we implement enforcement.”

“Washington already tried this approach in 1986, and it failed,” Mr. Ryun and Mr. Horowitz wrote, alluding to the immigration reforms passed under President Reagan. “If the politicians want to earn our trust on the issue of immigration, they should implement the agreed-upon enforcement measures before discussing any status for those already here illegally.” Read More