If you want to see a non-serious and failure-guaranteed bill, then look at the new one from John McCain and John Kyl (courtesy of MicEvHill.com). It is a five year, $4 billion plan to do more border patrol, more fencing, more National Guard, etc. Like the Cuba embargo, the idea is that just more will finally do the trick without wondering whether the underlying logic is flawed.
And how to pay for it? Take away money from other unnamed sources, but specifically nothing from defense.
IN GENERAL.—Notwithstanding any other provision of law, of all available unobligated funds, $4,030,000,000 in appropriated discretionary funds are rescinded.
It won't work, and from many past statements I think McCain knows that. He and Kyl can use it as an argument for more enforcement even if it doesn't pass. But it is also a convenient way to argue for taking away money from other projects that do work but you don't like so want to de-fund.