May 18, 2007
By Brian Darling
"Sellout." It may be harsh, but it's the most accurate and
succinct way to sum up how conservatives feel right now about
President Bush and Senate Republicans, who have cut a deal that
would grant amnesty to the estimated 12 million illegal aliens
living in the U.S. - not to mention the parents, spouses, and
children of these illegals.
Title VI of a draft copy of the bill breaks down amnesty visas
into three categories:
First Appeared in the National Review
It may be harsh, but it's the most accurate and succinct way to sum up how conservatives feel right now about President Bush and Senate Republicans, who have cut a deal that would grant amnesty to the estimated 12 million illegal aliens living in the U.S. — not to mention the parents, spouses, and children of these illegals.
Senior Fellow for Government Studies
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