Of course, Kevin Appleby says he is speaking “politically” when quoted by the New York Timeslast week here:
Many pro-immigration groups and advocates — as well as the Hispanic voters who could be crucial for Democrats’ hopes of winning the White House in 2016 — are expecting bold action, having grown increasingly frustrated after watching a sweeping bipartisan immigration bill fall prey to a gridlocked Congress last year.
“This is his last chance to make good on his promise to fix the system,” said Kevin Appleby, the director of migration policy at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. “If he delays again, the immigration activists would — just politically speaking — jump the White House fence.”
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For new readers (and everybody) always keep in the back of your mind that the US Conference of Catholic Bishopsmigration fund is almost completely–98%–funded by federal grants…
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