Bush Is Smart on the Border--and the G.O.P. Isn't

Klein, Joe
May 2006
Time;5/29/2006, Vol. 167 Issue 22, p25
The article offers a look at the Republican Party stance on immigration in the United States. Waves of protesters have traveled to Washington D.C. to protest the punitive legislation supported by Republicans such as Representative Tom Tancredo. It is suggested that the reaction against this legislation could push the country to the political left. U.S. President George W. Bush is praised for his position on immigration. Bush has promised to protect the border while refusing to cave to conservative pressure against a pathway toward citizenship for the illegal aliens already in the country.


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