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Monday, April 24, 2006

Hillary Wants More Fences

From AP via Newsday:

A barrier at parts of U.S. borders is "obviously important" as part of dealing with illegal immigration, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton said.

Clinton endorsed using technology, like a fence that could recognize when people were coming near it while they were still a few hundred yards away, the Daily News reported in Sunday's editions.

"A physical structure is obviously important," Clinton told the newspaper. "A wall in certain areas would be appropriate."

But while in support of border security enforcement, Clinton also reiterated a position she has stated previously, that she supports some kind of legalization process for the millions of illegal immigrants already in the country.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here is a better article which gives more detail about Hillary's latest shameless lies:

Sen. Clinton wants barrier along border

I don't believe a word she says; everything that oozes out of her mouth is a political calculation aimed at getting her into the Presidency.

But she did voice one good idea that she must have stolen from Tom Tancredo's long stalled Guestworker Bill in the House.

Clinton envisions a two-stage plan in which border security is beefed up, followed by legalization efforts in a year or two.

The biggest beef most conservatives have with Bush's shamnesty is that nobody believes he is serious about enforcing the law and that as soon as the amnesty passed, the enforcement part of the "comprehensive" solution would be forgotten just like it was after the Reagan Amnesty in 1986.

Enforcement must come first.

4/24/2006 2:44 PM  

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