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Republican National Committee rejects "amnesty". Again!

From this:
Members of the Republican National Committee waded publicly into the immigration policy debate today, a rare acknowledgement that a consequential glob of the Republican base has revolted against President Bush's influence on the party's immigration platform.

But the author of a resolution that rejected Bush's preference for a legal framework to deal with the millions of undocumented workers living in the U.S. withdrew the measure right before a vote.

Randy Pullen, a RNC member from Arizona, said it was clear that his resolution would fail and he did not want to "put people on the record" against the wishes of the majority of the party.

Still, he said, "it shows we could have a discussion like this."

A different immigration measure, pulled together with the support of the White House, passed overwhelmingly. It included strong language endorsing tougher border security and rejected -- though it did not define -- amnesty for undocumented workers...
Of course, every time that Bush, Chertoff or other administration hacks promote Bush's amnesty scheme they say they oppose amnesty, so the only thing that means is that they're still lying to everyone. No word on whether the Bush-backed scheme includes a "guest" worker plan.

Immigration · Fri, 01/20/2006 - 14:07 · Importance: 1

Thu, 02/02/2006 - 10:01
SHERRON

I AM ALL FOR THE WORKER PROGRAM "GUEST" FOR UNDOCUMENTED ALIENS IN THE US. I BELIEVE WE NEED THEM AS MUCH AS THEY NEED US. I BELEIVE IF THEY HAVE BEEN HERE WORKING FOR AT LEAST 5 YEARS,PAY TAXES AND HAS NO CRIMINAL RECORD,GIVE IT TO THEM. THEY HAVE HELPED OUR ECONOMY GROW AND I DO SEE THAT THEY DO JOBS THAT LAZY,LAZY AMERICANS WILL NOT DO. GO LATINOS HOPE YOU WIN THIS BATTLE...I SUPPORT YOU ALL THE WAY....