Who ordered the release of dozens of League City day laborers? (Julie Myers?)
Did the new head of ICE, Julie Myers, order the release of 72 day laborers - all or most illegal aliens - who were picked up by immigration agents? That's what Debbie Schlussel says.
I also suggest reading the news report, which has been titled "Who ordered arrests of dozens of League City day laborers?" Obviously, they're asking the wrong question. The correct question is finding out who ordered those illegal aliens to be released back into the U.S. One can practically smell the local corruption coming off the page.
UPDATE: From the "Gee, thanks, but, well, it's like this" file comes "[Tom] DeLay: Detainess shouldn't be released". It's written by the same person as the KHOU report, one TJ Aulds. That reporter still seems to be confused about our country's laws, wondering why anyone would want to arrest and deport illegal aliens. And:
DeLay is not likely to find much support for his stance from members of the League of United Latin American Citizens.
A top official with LULAC's district office said he would ask for the local chapter of the organization to investigate.
The Latin American Organization for Immigrant Rights as well as the Progressive Workers Organizing Committee plan to protest in front of the League City police department this afternoon.
David Michael Smith, one of the organizers, said his group is promoting an immigration policy that establishes a process for illegal immigrants to become legal residents.
LULAC supporting illegal immigration? No! As for the "progressive" group, I guess ol' TJ was too busy being confused about someone supporting our laws to sound out their name or visit their site ("If you want socialism, give us a call.")