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    New Bush immigration enforcement plan: Color me underwhelmed

    The new Bush immigration enforcement plan: Color me underwhelmed
    By Michelle Malkin • August 10, 2007 10:25 AM

    Update - related note: Lots of folks are asking about the accused killer in the Newark execution-style murders of four young students. Yes, he’s here illegally according to media and law enforcement officials and he just pleaded not guilty this morning. More: “Carranza, who spoke through an interpreter, admitted he was not a U.S. citizen and was staying in the country illegally.

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    Malkin's analysis is spot on as usual, especially this:

    [quote]The open-borders GOP elites see enforcement not as an end in itself, but as a means to the same bad end they were trying to achieve earlier this summer: formally legalizing millions of law-breakers en masse. The “new
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    Is it just me? Why do we need a 'new' approach. You know the one we used for decades worked just fine.

    Why don't we use laws already on the books? Why are they talking about 'new' laws?

    In my opinion, it is just a stalling tactic. They will next tell us they 'need time to gets these implemented' or to get the 'new technology up and running'. That's time to pass our green cards and citizenship papers by the thousands.


    I fear these big time corporations are going to use some loophole to 'recycle' their illegals into some kind of 'legal' worker and we are in worse shape than now.

    Is it possible the layoffs at Pilgrim's simply went back to Mexico, was hired at their plant there, then returned here under the NAFTA worker program?

    WE, - WE have to go after the employers - we simply must.
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