Clearly, immigration reform advocates see themselves as the biggest winners in the mid-term elections. This article from the Chicago Tribune outlines President Bush's plans for comprehensive immigration reform, including a temporary work visa program. The President assured President-elect Felipe Calderon of Mexico that he
would work for a "comprehensive" rewrite of U.S. immigration laws, including creation of a temporary-worker program for foreigners.
Immigration reform may end up being the one bright spot in Bush's second term.