Supporters of the DREAM Act will undoubtedly try to revive it in some form — if the Obama administration doesn’t just use humanitarian parole to impose it by administrative fiat. But it really is a big setback for amnesty supporters that they couldn’t ram this bill — with many sympathetic beneficiaries and difficult-to-explan technical flaws — through the lame-duck session. The next Congress will be even less amenable to these kinds of proposals. It really shows how little desire there is for amnesty among a majority of Americans.
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