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Monday, January 31, 2005
Rush Limbaugh Criticizes Government for Non-Enforcement of Immigration Law 31 January 2005
Today on his show, Rush said, (and I am paraphrasing) the federal government should do something to enforce our immigration laws. He pointed out that the federal government is willing to put people in jail for violating other laws, why do they let people who aren't even citizens break the law with impunity? "We have all sorts of prosecutors day in and day out trying to enforce all sorts of laws. . . but this one [our immigration laws]," Limbaugh said. Has Rush been reading my web sites? I have been making this exact same point for a long time now. In any case, it's odd to hear Limbaugh talk about something of actual substance. I've not been listening lately because he seems blind to Bush's actions that hurt the American people. If I want propaganda, or other non-essential fluff, I'll go to the RNC or DNC web sites. _____________________________________________
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