Saturday, May 19, 2007

Rudy Giuliani Supports 2007 Amnesty Bill

Republican Leaders campaigning for the Republican Presidential Nomination have came out decisevely "against" regarding the 2007 Amnesty Bill that's floating around the Senate.

Rather than give a "yae" or "nea" show of support, Rudy Giuliani is talking in circles while he waits to see what the rest of the country thinks. Rudy Giuliani did however release a statement on Thursday which could easily be interpreted as supporting both immigation and amnesty.

Yesterday, Giuliani had this to say:
ORLANDO — Rudy Giuliani said he will not support any legislation to make it easier for illegal immigrants to stay in this country unless there is a requirement to force all immigrants to have "tamper proof" identification cards.
We need to know everybody who is in the United States
," the Republican presidential candidate said today.

Full Story By Brian E. Crowley Palm Beach Post Political Editor, 5-18-07

Whatever wording politicians decide to use and spin with, allowing 12 million Illegal Immigrants to become citizens by the stroke of a pen can and should be called nothing but what it is, and that is Amnesty.

Once again, Rudy Giuliani is on the wrong side for one of the most critical issues relating not only to the citizenry of our great nation, but our nation's very existence as we all know and love.