This is a remarkable change of opinion. Sen. Marco Rubio, one of the
architects and main sponsors of the Senate's "Gang of Eight" amnesty
legislation that was passed in the summer. A spokesmen for Sen. Rubio
said that the senator is against conferencing House bills with the Senate amnesty.
In a marked change of strategy, illegal aliens and their supporters have decided to shun peaceful tactics in their struggle to gain amnesty for illegal aliens. Instead, they intend to take more radical actions to force their own arrest.
Rep. Raul Labrador, an original member of the House version of the "Gang of Eight," has stated that the House should not risk passing any immigration legislation because the Senate will conference it with their amnesty legislation:
The United Kingdom's Home Secretary has announced plans that will make
life difficult for illegal aliens and compel businesses in many areas to
verify the immigration status of those applying for service.