Perry on Immigration: Bad Beyond The Dreams Of Awfulness

As a young person watching the Batman TV show, I heard one of the villain's henchmen say "We're rich beyound the dreams of avarice," to which the villain replied "Not my dreams of avarice."

I thought of that when I saw Mickey Kaus tweeting

Perry on Immigration: Worse than you think dailycaller.com/2011/09/06/per…

Maybe worse than you think, but he can't be worse than I think. I read Washington Watcher and Patrick Cleburne.

Reading Kaus at greater length, in which he says, in fact, that Perry is worse than he thinks, I discover new ways for Perry to be bad.

"Rick Perry’s record on immigration isn’t as bad as I thought. It’s worse! … It’s not just that he doesn’t want to build the border fence. Many fence opponents argue (though I disagree) that it’s far more important to take away the “jobs magnet” that lures illegals to try to cross the border in the first place. But Perry hasn’t supported the quickest, best way to take away the jobs magnet, which is to require all private employers to use the “E-Verify” electronic check of Social Security numbers. Perry wouldn’t even require his own state government to use E-Verify, let alone private employers, declaring “E-Verify would not make a hill of beans’ difference when it comes to what’s happening in America today.” …."