Thursday, February 02, 2006

WorldNetDaily: Bush slammed for scant mention of border issues

See? I wasn't the only one. Of course, we heard the "protecting American workers" argument--which is not all that strong, when you consider that the trade-union movement has as much to do with pricing American labor out of its own markets as does illegal immigration. But you also heard from chiefs of police and other persons concerned with the nation's security--and that is the real reason why illegal immigration cannot be allowed to continue, and why an open border is infeasible and irresponsible. Bush has always granted too short a shrift to concerns about border security. At least he didn't open his mouth and jam both feet in this year--instead, he said little or nothing. The criticism is for what he ought to say, but won't.
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