In his Sunday letter on immigration reform, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid continues to double-talk.
He writes: "If we truly want to fix our broken immigration system, and not just score political points, we need comprehensive immigration reform that is tough on lawbreakers, fair to taxpayers and practical to implement. I do not support amnesty, and I reject your (April 13) editorial's factual inaccuracies and false characterizations of the reform I support."
If promising illegal aliens that he would work on a reform that allows them to stay in the country isn't amnesty, I don't know what is. The moment that they become "legal resident aliens," they qualify for ObamaCare -- add 10 million to 20 million more to the entitlement rolls.
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
More double-talk on immigration issue
This letter to the Review Journal editor states