Sunday, July 16, 2006

Government wrong for going after illegal criminals.

Immigration: Well the bar keeps getting set lower and lower.

"....Ali Noorani, of the Massachusetts Immigration & Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA) in Boston, faults the Bush administration for devoting increased budget allotments to enforcement "without trying to fix the immigration system." Said Noorani, "They're going after people who have criminal records and the 'low-hanging fruit' of hard-working immigrants who have overstayed their visas." "Targeting hard-working illegals to meet a quota is just tearing apart communities and families, he said. "Our perspective, is that ICE [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] should be detaining and deporting criminals, and the immigration system overall should be fixed so hard-working immigrants can get in line for citizenship."

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