If you haven't gotten to know the new Governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, it's time to get on it. He is direct and honest in a way that other Republicans should emulate. He is, however, sounding way too conciliatory on immigration reform.
“The president and the Congress have to step up to the plate, they have to secure our borders, and they have to put forward a commonsense path to citizenship for people,” Christie said on ABC’s “This Week.”
“States are going to struggle all over the country with this problem [until President Obama and Congress craft an immigration reform measure], and so is federal law enforcement, who doesn't have the resources to do it effectively,” Christie said.
The Democrats want to pack the country with immigrants, legal and illegal, and going along with the 'comprehensive reform' rap only lends credibility to their refusal to secure the border.