Not Clearly Pro or Con to the question "Should the Government Allow Immigrants Who Are Here Illegally to Become US Citizens?"
"Thanks to the energetic work of Republicans and some sober-minded Democrats, the House may indeed get to vote on immigration reform legislation worthy of the name sometime soon. The bill is the SAVE Act (H.R. 4088)... [It] offers a reasonable 'middle ground' solution — something between the sort of mass-amnesty solution embodied by last year's failed Senate immigration bill and the 'mass deportation' strawman conjured up by amnesty advocates. In the coming weeks, many rank-and-file Democrats will have to make a very difficult choice: carry water for Nancy Pelosi or respond to the legitimate concerns of their constituents."
"Save the SAVE Act," The Washington Times, Editorial, Mar. 14, 2008
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