Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Judicial Watch.. Conservative group or not?

Politics: Washington Post writes up on the surge of illegals since the amnesty program was announced by President Bush, which by the way was a no duh and I suspect intentional. But what amuses me is the tag the William Branigin puts on them when they are dealing with conservatives.

President Bush's proposal for a guest worker program to help stem the tide of illegal immigration actually prompted a surge of illegal border-crossings that the administration then sought to cover up, a watchdog group charged today, citing a 2004 survey by the U.S. Border Patrol. Judicial Watch, a Washington-based public interest group, said the survey, obtained under a Freedom of Information Act request, showed that 61 percent of a sample of detainees who had been caught illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexican border in the wake of Bush's proposal said they had been informed by the Mexican government or the media that the Bush administration was offering amnesty to illegal immigrants. Nearly 45 percent said the purported amnesty influenced their decision to enter the United States illegally, Judicial Watch said.
The rule with Judicial Watch is if they dealing news on conservatives, they are a watchdog or public interest group, if they are messing with a liberal, they become a conservative group. This has been noticed for years now.

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