Rand Paul: Immigration Bill 'Like ObamaCare' "I, for one, am for immigration reform. I think we should embrace immigrants as assets. People who want to come and find the American dream -- if wanna work and you wanna come to our country I think we can find a place for you. That being said, I'm worried that the bill before us won't pass. It may pass the Senate, it may not pass the House. I wanna be constructive in making the bill strong enough that conservatives, myself included, that conservatives in the House will vote for this, because I think immigration reform is something we should do. In this bill I'm worried, though, and this is similar to what Senator Johnson said that it says, 'Well, you have to have a plan to build a fence, but you don't have to build a fence.' And if you don't have a plan to build a fence then you get a commission. I don't know what happens if the commission doesn't do anything."That's the story of Washington around here. To me it's a little bit like ObamaCare, and I hate to bring that up, but 1,800 references to 'the Secretary shall at a later date' decide things. We don't write bills around here. We should write the bill. We should write the plan. We should do these things to secure the border whether it be fence, entry-exit, we should write it not delegate it. Because what's going to happen in five years if they don't do their job. It may not even be them, it may be somebody else that doesn't do their job and the border is not secure, we will be blamed for the next 10 million people who come here illegally. The work visa program has to work, we have to make it work. That's where the illegal immigration is coming from because people aren't getting their work visas."