Total bull. And you know it. Read the bill. Read these threads.
This about Mexicans who've enter the country illegally.
That is not all this bill or this debate is about. It is part of the problem, but not the entire problem. You may differentiate between Mexican illegal immigration and illegal immigration from other places, like Europe or Asia, but others may not.
The bill effects illegal immigrants of all stripes.
Half-truths are lies. You're a liar.
Untrue. It is about a whole host of people who enter the country illegally some of whom, AND OF HIGHEST CONCERN, mean to do us harm.
The bill makes no distinctions about the nationality of the individual. It's about people who are here illegally.
If that isn't so, please paste the portions of the bill that prove me wrong.
This whole deflection by Williams, and repeated here by you (is that you Juan?) is an attempt to turn the larger debate into an argument over 911 and it's irrelevance to the southern border. Personally, I think Steyn should have brought up Fort Dix rather than 911, because those guys apparently DID enter through Mexico. But after all, Steyn's reference to 911 is a minor point. The overall problem is massive, and goes beyond terrorism. There are economic and cultural components that are just as harmful, over time, as terrorism.
This is where you apparently don't want to go with this silly, minor pissing match over what Juan said.