So you don't reward that type of conduct by turning over a citizenship certificate. You determine how you can legalize their presence,
Oh, I get it now. You don't legalize them with a "certificate", but with another means. OK.
Come on in amigos, the door's still open, Jorge will find another way to spin it that your illegality is Okee Dokee!
posted on 12/16/2003 3:59:53 AM PST
("Borders? We don' need no steenkin' borders!"-Presidente Jorge Dubya Arbusto)
I get the feeling the administration is trying to "appease" all the angry citizens after what must have been a flood of angry mail over their latest try at amnesty. I won't be able to trust again on this issue until I see some major enforcement of present ILLEGALS being deported and major policy changes that will prevent ILLEGALS from entering the U.S.
posted on 12/16/2003 4:05:51 AM PST
Um, no. Just like any other immigrant who has followed policies that "legalized their presence," these people will go through the same procedure. They "legalize their presence" by going through the steps to become American citizens. I think you are being rather knee-jerk about what he said.
posted on 12/16/2003 4:35:34 AM PST
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