Northrop Grumman, which builds the airborne radar systems that the Senate bill orders up (a total of six at $9.3 million each), has given more money to federal candidates than any other defense contractor and is No. 9 on the Center for Responsive Politics' list of all-time biggest lobbying tabs. As of the end of last year, Northrop Grumman had spent more than $191 million trying to influence Congress and the company's political action committee and employees had made a whopping $17 million in campaign contributions, the company's Influence Explorer profile shows. During the 2012 campaign cycle, Northrop Grumman and its employees gave about $500,000 to Senate candidates, and more than $46,000 each to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
Sorry to breakup your party BUT immigration and amnesty MUST BE SCUTTLED! Northrup will do just fine without the Immigration Bill but America will be in serious shape if amnesty is allowed to take place.