If the White House proposes immigration "reform", how low will their popularity go?

Corruption. Cronyism. Unbelievable incompetence. Un-American activities. Indictments. It just goes on and on, doesn't it?

And, it gets even worse. According to "White House to outline proposal", the Bush administration intends to propose immigration "reform" tomorrow.

Note that a previous post contradicted the DFW article: Has the Bush immigration "reform" scheme been scrapped? One of them must be true, and we'll find out on the morn.

In a way it would be good if they do propose this. I believe it would encourage a good discussion of this topic, and as long as the pro-American forces can get it together and counteract the propaganda from the other side, we might be able to score even more gains. Unfortunately, a lot of people talk a good game, but they have problems doing things as simple as sending emails to their reps and newspapers. But, perhaps they could be encouraged to let their thoughts be known.

This might even encourage the grassroots of the GOP to replace their corrupt leadership in an attempt to distance themselves from Bush's anti-American policies.

And, of course, it will drive Bush's popularity even lower than it is now, perhaps even below 30%. At what point is the Bush administration forced to admit that they do not have the consent of the governed?