I already don’t like it if they have to say it in 1500 pages, undoubtedly to be followed by 15,000 pages of rules and regulations.

Which means the language has been loaded up to avoid it meaning what we think it means, with all sorts of things we will not figure out until after it is passed.

Capitol Hill set to tackle immigration reform:

The Senate is much closer to introducing a comprehensive immigration bill in the coming weeks and House members say they are not far behind.  “Under the best circumstances, we could possibly be voting in June or July on a measure,” said Congressman Jim Costa…

Among the many other layers included in the Senate’s 1,500 page proposal — border security tops the list.

Looks like Thursday might be the doc dump:

The Senate’s Gang of Eight is aiming to release comprehensive immigration reform legislation on Thursday of this week, according to Senate sources.

A member of the group said the bill is virtually complete and the plan is to roll it out Thursday although he warned it could slip into next week.

What possibly could go wrong?