Obama apparently believes he needs Mexico's approval and backing.
The public isn't so happy with an open borders immigration system that lets America-hating terrorists into the U.S.
Sen. Marco Rubio, one of the authors of the Senate immigration bill, said that the bill as it is written now probably can't pass the House.
President Obama is thinking about taking a higher profile to promote amnesty for illegal aliens. But it is a decision involving a dilemma.
More than one-third of all adult Mexicans want to live in the U.S.
The Senate's "Gang of Eight" amnesty sponsors want to gouge taxpayers to fund left-wing and ethnic advocacy organizations.
The Senate immigration bill would give amnesty not only to illegal aliens, but also to employers who have violated laws by hiring them off the books.
Conservative writer M. Stanton Evans argues that passage of the Senate's amnesty bill would be suicide for the Republican Party.
While Americans go to jail or face stiff fines for avoiding taxes, amnestied illegal aliens who skirted the law and were paid off the books won's have to pay back taxes.
While millions of Ameicans are out of work, a Republican hedge fund billionaire is spending six figures to help illegal aliens take jobs from U.S. workers.