This week, Republicans in the House had a closed-door immigration meeting to discuss whether or not to push immigration reform in the coming year. From what we’ve learned, three factions squared off to discuss the issue. The first faction is opposed to any new legislation as the current legislation isn’t being enforced by the Obama administration. A second faction wants to bring immigration reform to the House floor for voting now, while a third faction supports new legislation but believes that this is the wrong time to do it as the midterm elections of 2014 are almost upon us. I find it quite disheartening, but not surprising, that the Republican Party is willing to shoot itself in the foot with immigration reform when ObamaCare is a sweet pitch hanging over that plate that’s just begging to be hit out of the ballpark.