27 October 2007

What's next on the agenda...

Issuing pistol permits to convicted felons?

-- WASHINGTON -- The Bush administration and New York agreed Saturday on a compromise creating a more secure driver's license for U.S. citizens and allowing illegal immigrants to get a version.

Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said he was not happy that New York intended to issue IDs to illegal immigrants. But he said there was nothing he could do to stop it.

"I don't endorse giving licenses to people who are not here legally, but federal law does allow states to make that choice," Chertoff said.
Or you could step up tracking and deporting the illegals.

Was that one not on the table?

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RELATED: The loony left responds...

We don' need no steenkin' badges!
“What a huge political flip,” said Chung-Wha Hong, executive director of the New York Immigration Coalition.

“He’s now embracing and letting his good name be used to promote something that has been widely known in the immigrant community as one of the most anti-immigrant pieces of legislation to come out of Congress,” Ms. Hong said.

She said having separate licenses would amount to a scarlet letter for illegal immigrants. “I know I’m speaking for millions of immigrants when I say I just feel so thoroughly betrayed.”


2 comments:

Raphael Alexander said...

Next they'll be handing out birth certificates to people who don't actually exist.

Neo Conservative said...

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apparently, a bunch of the 9/11 hijackers had their visitors visas renewed posthumously by mail.

you know... "trust me, i'm from the government... i'm here to save you."

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