Skip to comments.GOP Presses Obama on 'Amnesty Memo'
Posted on 08/02/2010 12:29:33 PM PDT by 84rules
Sen. David Vitter, R-La., on Sunday told Fox News he and his colleagues are trying to determine whether the administration has seriously considered mass legalization for illegal immigrants based on a newly discovered memo outlining ways to grant legalization without going through Congress.
The draft memo, first obtained by Iowa Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley's office from the U.S. Customs & Immigration Services, outlines ways the administration was exploring to legalize swaths of illegal immigrants "in the absence of Comprehensive Immigration Reform," according to Fox News.
"Then this 11-page memo has gotten out, and it's not alleged anymore," Vitter told Fox News. "It's right there in black and white. So, again, we're reiterating our strong concerns, and still no answer."
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This so reminds me of the Miguel Estrada documents.
We blame the Republicans for catching us.
McCain leaked it! That’s the ticket.
Now didn’t Barack just have his DOJ go to court because only Congress can enforce immigration laws?
I hadn’t seen it but as you say it is worth a repost
I think we can count on GOP senators like Grassely to keep at this.,
I know gibbs answer would be that he hadn’t seen it so he couldn’t comment on it.
Gibbs was asked how the Az law differed from what RI does and what the 287g program does and he said he’d get back to them. That was 3 weeks ago
I want to see the actual memo.
Is anyone surprised, really! We can expect nothing less than deviant, despicable antics when it comes to anything from these criminals. They need these votes and they need it quick
Help Texas watch her borders. Watch live on 14 cameras and report illegals. Night cams in operation
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