Security chief to tighten borders

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    What a crock:

    Posted on Thu, Jul. 14, 2005

    Chertoff

    Security chief to tighten borders

    By Nicole Gaouette

    Los Angeles Times

    WASHINGTON – Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, portraying immigration changes as a vital weapon against terrorism, Wednesday pledged to tighten border security but also called on Congress to approve a guest worker program that would make it easier for foreign workers to enter the United States legally.

    “We must gain full control of our borders to prevent illegal immigration and security breaches,” Chertoff said. But, he added, “control of the border will also require reducing the demand for illegal border migration” by channeling needed workers through a new legal system.

    Implicit in the guest worker program would be an increase in the number of legal immigrants.... Up the number of legals and pay them. Stop the illegals.
     

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