Scott Frostman asks in his March 1 column whether the "GOP stronghold in the state and Washington" will survive this year's mid-term elections.
"Will tax reform, and a stronger economy be enough for Republicans to hold their majorities?,” he wonders. "Can they pick up any U.S. Senate seats." Important questions, he says, that will be answered in the coming months.
But what about the question of how our congressional delegation will vote to protect American workers from having to compete with cheap foreign labor and defend the rule of law and our sovereignty? Will Wisconsin’s wishy-washy Republicans continue to lend a hand to Democrats, the party that favors open-borders and amnesty for illegal aliens?
According to the Arlington, VA-based grassroots NumbersUSA that supports reduced levels of legal immigration and strict enforcement of our immigration laws, here are the current voting grades for the GOP and Democratic members of Wisconsin's delegation:
“A+” for Rep. Glenn Grothman (R-6th); “B+,” Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-5th); “B,” Sen. Ron Johnson (R); “C-,” Rep. Paul Ryan (R-1st); D, Reps. Mike Gallagher (R-8th), Sean Duffy (R-7th); “F-,” Reps. Mark Pocan (D-2nd), Gwen Moore (D-4th), Ron Kind (D-3rd) and Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D).
Dave Gorak, executive director, Midwest Coalition to Reduce Immigration, La Valle