Rand Paul: I Won’t Vote For a Spending Bill That Funds Amnesty

Senator Rand Paul has announced he will be voting against the establishment Republican House leadership’s spending plan, this "abomination" of a bill as he called it, and is urging all Republicans to oppose it.

Cromnibus Stalling Behind Closed Doors

Matt Fuller and Emma Dumain, Roll Call

With “cromnibus” negotiations bogging down in the House Mon., lawmakers pressing up against their deadline were preparing a 1 to 2-day temp. spending bill that'd fund the gov't until they resolve their differences. They want to wrap up the 113th Congress Thurs.

Spending Bill Pushed By GOP Leaders Includes $1 Billion To Help Border Migrants

Neil Munro, Daily Caller

The GOP’s “omnibus” spending bill includes $948M to help poor, unskilled Central Amer. migrants establish themselves in the US, but doesn't include effective restrictions on Obama’s plan to provide work permits & tax payments to millions of resident illegals.

Memo To House Republicans: If You Fund It You Own It

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman

Those allegedly conservative Republicans who vote for the “CRomnibus” will own not just Obama's unconstitutional amnesty, they will also own a host of Obama's other destructive policies. I urge CHQ readers to pick-up the phone (the toll free number is 1- 866-220-0044) and call Congress to demand your Representative and Senators vote “NO” on the CR – Omnibus spending plan.

O Will Shutdown Gov't w/ Veto If GOP Tries to Stop Amnesty

Allahpundit, Hot Air

O refusing to sign a bill that funded most of the government, no strings attached, because of a separate fight over immigration could be a hard sell for lefties. And not just in the short term: Dems may lose their appetite for playing hardball in the future.