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February 04, 2006

Bush addressed immigration needs

By Mary Sanchez of the Sacremento Bee, published February 3, 2006

"Thanks, Mr. President, for at least trying.

Thanks for not sugarcoating the need for immigrant labor during the State of the Union speech.

President Bush's meager attempt for sanity on the issue was delivered in one declarative statement: "We hear claims that immigrants are somehow bad for the economy, even though this economy could not function without them." Repeat that so it soaks in: "[T]his economy could not function without them."

If only the divisive voices shouting down calls for guest workers would listen".

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Posted by VisaLawyer at February 4, 2006 08:43 AM


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