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December 05, 2005

Real Border Security

Editorial in NY Times

"President Bush went to the nation's Southwest border states recently to talk tough about keeping out illegal immigrants. His rhetoric was hard as he warned of murderers, child molesters and other criminals slipping onto American soil. Gone was the gentler voice of the former Texas governor who talked about how people were coming to America to feed their children, about how "Family Values Don't Stop at the Rio Grande." As a result, many who listened figured that he'd "tacked right," as some Democrats complained, or that he had simply deserted his five-year-old plan for a comprehensive immigration program. A careful reading of the president's comments raises hopes that Mr. Bush is staying his course but selling it a little differently". For more go to; http://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/05/opinion/05mon2.html?th&emc=th

Posted by VisaLawyer at December 5, 2005 08:19 AM


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