#1 Boehner hires former McCain staffer to immigration post by algernonpj 21.12.2013 17:09

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Boehner hires former McCain staffer to immigration post
By Chris Chmielenski, Tuesday, December 3, 2013, 4:29 PM EST

Speaker John Boehner has announced the hiring of Rebecca Tallent to serve as immigration advisor in his Speaker's office. Tallent worked as a staffer and later as Chief of Staff for Sen. John McCain. She left McCain's office earlier this year to become the immigration policy director for the Bipartisan Policy Center where she also chaired the organization's immigration task force.

Tallent helped draft amnesty bills for Sen. McCain in the mid-2000s and, in her role at the Bipartisan Policy Center, helped develop an immigration framework that includes an amnesty for illegal aliens and massive increases in legal immigration. Her new appointment in Speaker Boehner's office is most likely a signal that he is laying the ground work to pass massive immigration reforms in 2014.

"It shows that Speaker Boehner remains committed to the corporate lobbies' quest for more foreign workers to hold down the wages of their American workers," NumbersUSA President Roy Beck said. "His new hire has done almost nothing the last decade except work for giant increases in foreign labor. But Boehner still has to persuade at least 118 Republican House Members that their constituents would be okay with an expansion of immigration during the seventh year of high unemployment."
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#2 RE: Boehner hires former McCain staffer to immigration post by Frank Cannon 21.12.2013 17:18

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This amnesty awesome. Now all the Mexicans will love us...

#3 RE: Boehner hires former McCain staffer to immigration post by Rev 21.12.2013 20:39

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Quote: algernonpj wrote in post #1
Speaker John Boehner has announced the hiring of Rebecca Tallent to serve as immigration advisor in his Speaker's office. Tallent worked as a staffer and later as Chief of Staff for Sen. John McCain. She left McCain's office earlier this year to become the immigration policy director for the Bipartisan Policy Center where she also chaired the organization's immigration task force.


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