Laura Ingraham hosted Senator David Vitter of Louisiana.
Vitter said Marco Rubio's immigration bill isn't significatnly different from the one offered by the Democrats which essentially quick amnesty. Ingraham replayed probing questions she asked Rubio the previous day and Vitter said illegal immigrants will get immediate change of status before enforcement is in place. He said at least there is some time before the bill is rushed through, but he doesn't see how the bill can be fixed enough as the problems are at the core. He said the fact that they are forgiven the fact they came here illegally and then get to stay is de facto amnesty.
Vitter respects Rubio, but disagrees with him on immigration greatly. Ingraham agrees that the enforcement is the key. She also added that the "dreamers" get a fast path. Vitter is concerned that legal status changes immediately.
Ingraham compared the immigration bill to Obamacare in which the bill is written by Democratic policy makers which will ensure amnesty so the immigrants can vote.
Ingraham also criticized the section of the bill concerning triggers on border security which rest in the hands of DHS Secretary Napolitano.
Vitter said if the president wants to scold people on gun control, he should go after the Justice Department which is very lax on enforcing the laws we have.
Vitter said Senator Rubio's bill won't appeal to conservatives which will negatively impact his political future. He said as the American people tune into the bill's details, they will not like its various aspects.