What is the U.S. government doing to stop the invasion from Mexico?
"Sixty-nine percent of Americans, 85 percent of the GOP, 55 percent
of the Democrats want the border enforced," said Ingraham. "Does that affect you guys, or do you guys just blow it off?"
Snow repeated, several times, the Bush administration's talking points on the issue – how the failed comprehensive immigration reform bill, which fell far short on its last test in the U.S. Senate, would secure the borders, require illegal aliens to pay a fine and require them to "keep their noses clean," and learn English.
But Ingraham, who worked as a speechwriter for two years in the Reagan
administration and later served as a law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Clarence
Thomas before launching "The Laura Ingraham Show" in 2001, wasn't letting him off the hook.
"Eight-five % of the GOP doesn't like what the White House is
doing on this," she said. "You're talking the base of this party."
She also states:
Tony, why don't people believe you?" she asked. "The majority of your party, people who voted for President Bush … They see the conservative coalition
dissolving before their eyes."
This is a good interview. Do yourself a favor, listen.
A lot of people feel the same way. Is it just me or is the Bush administration playing the same game as the democrats use? If they tell us the same thing over and over are we eventually going to believe them? I am not. I will not vote for anyone who supports this bill. I suggest you do the same.
Secure the border. Enforce the laws.