What’s the old adage about watching what the other hand is doing? With this Administration you need to keep an eye on the other hand as well as the feet and various other appendages. Is Obama Immigration reform headed our way sooner than we think? We don’t even have healthcare or Cap and Trade defeated yet.

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A Baltimore Sun report says that White House officials are already making promises to the Latino community that Obama’s immigration reform policy will be a huge part of his agenda for 2010 despite it being an election year. Openly Obama officials say the plan would have a provision for both tighter border security and a faster path to citizenship [amnesty]. This plan, I think I’ve heard it before.

Before our freak meter hits a 8 out of a possible 10, let’s think this one through for a minute. While I have no doubt that an Obama immigration reform plan is a dream of the dems, are they really willing to risk it in 2010? Never mind what officials told Latino supporters; you know how they want to be all things to all people. You know how they want to make everyone happy. Well, except for conservatives.

The democrats are going to suffer greatly in the upcoming elections in November. Some dems will take a hit for healthcare, some for cap and trade and others just because they’re associated with Obama. There is no possible way they’re willing to throw the few seats that might be safe away over Obama immigration reform this year. But, I could be wrong. This Administration and party have overreached all throughout 2009, perhaps 2010 will be no different.

With November looming large, people still worried about unemployment and the economy; the healthcare uncertainty, climate trade legislation still a possibility and terrorists lighting their underwear on fire, there is no way a sane person would take up Obama Immigration reform in 2010. Then again we are talking about Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and Barack Obama. The word sane really doesn’t apply.

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