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Family Security Matters (FSM) Biography

Con to the question "Should the Government Allow a Path to Citizenship for Undocumented Immigrants?"

“The President and his immigration allies on Capitol Hill argue that the illegals benefit our society by doing jobs Americans won’t, and at a low cost that makes agricultural production, as well as many urban domestic tasks, affordable for their employers. Mr. Bush wants to let illegal workers stay under a temporary work program in which they can earn legal status. In the coming fight over immigration, Congress is considering everything from another amnesty for illegals to restrictions on states’ ability to issue driver’s licenses to illegals. The one common characteristic to all these proposals is that they don’t do anything about the deadly serious problems that illegal immigration creates in health care, education, and in securing our nation against terrorist attack.”

“Mr. Bush’s Blind Spot,”, Apr. 3, 2005


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“About FSM,” (accessed Jul. 17, 2007)


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“About FSM,” (accessed Jul. 17, 2007)

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