The president of the Chicago Teachers Union, Karen Lewis, delivered a scathing speech at the City Club of Chicago.
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RUSH: The story goes into great detail about what Gandolfini ate three hours before his heart attack, with the clear implication that his dinner killed him. What he had for dinner killed him! It fits right in line with all of the stuff that you've heard over the years about what you shouldn't eat... This is a really mean story.
RUSH: All these guys are saying is that we're gonna have these new procedures "in place." But we're not gonna have any measure of success or failure of the new procedures. And this is supposed to tide us over, those of us who think the border has to be nailed down.
RUSH: Everybody's gonna be nice to people who can do things for you. Everybody's going to go out of their way to be of service or to be nice if you think somebody can do something for you. But how do you treat people who can't do anything for you?
RUSH: Washington does not want to stop illegal immigration. That's what all of this boils down to, and you know it and I know it, and that's why there is no trust. That is the umbrella under which all of this is happening. A vast majority of the American people simply do not trust Washington to fix this problem.
RUSH: We have been promised law after law after security after security, and none of it happens. The option of doing nothing, as opposed to what the Democrats want -- the option of doing nothing, as opposed to what Washington wants -- is a good option.
RUSH: It's all about feelings. And these people, they feel that the Democrats care about "the little guy" because that's all the Democrats do is talk about caring for the little guy.
RUSH: It turns out if you read this story, things are even worse than we thought, because even some Republicans are helping to shield Obama's involvement. In fact, even the New York Times says that these Republicans, quote, "do not want to be seen by their constituents as carrying out the will of Mr. Obama."