Immigration Befuddles National Parties

Obama is reported to have called out for hammering measures in a view to shield U. S. borders and to form an earned path to make residency legal for nearly 11 million undocumented immigrants, who are seeking to register, pay their taxes, pay a fine and learn English.

President Barack Obama's immigration reform speech is deemed to be a vital step in his political ruse to placate activists, in his Democratic Party base.

Republicans are witnessed to be composed to make gains in the Senate and the House in November, and GOP leaders are walking on wide security measures, rebuking the President while attempting to eschew Hispanics.

"I don't think this will be the premier issue in the midterm elections', quoted, Sen. John Cornyn, who as head of the National Republican Senatorial Committee. "I think the premier issue will be spending and debt."

William Gheen with the Americans for Legal Immigration Political Action Committee has called for a huge backing for stern immigration laws to serve as a main litmus test for November.

Latino rights groups are reported to have vehemently disapproved the law as targeting Hispanics, with racial profiling an unavoidable byproduct.