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Shamnesty: A national security nightmare

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By Michelle Malkin  •  June 20, 2007 07:54 AM

Debra Burlingame, sister of Charles F. “Chic” Burlingame III, the pilot of American Airlines flight 77, sends along a new full-page ad in Roll Call Magazine placed by 9/11 Families for a Secure America (click for full-size pdf):

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On the same theme, Kris Kobach continues to deconstruct shamnesty, this time with a new piece at the Heritage Foundation site laying out the security-sabotaging effects of the Bush-Kennedy nightmare:

Proponents of the Senate’s comprehensive immigration bill are attempting to rhetorically recast the massive amnesty proposal as national security legislation. “It’s a matter of our national security,” insisted Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA), a sponsor of the legislation. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez has echoed the point repeatedly: “This is a national security bill. We are fixing a national security problem.” The legislation, proponents claim, would encourage or even compel all illegal aliens–terrorists included–to come forward and reveal their true identities as well as any criminal or terrorist connections that they may have. In reality, however, the legislation would actually create a national security problem by providing new opportunities and advantages for alien terrorists currently operating on American soil.

Have we learned nothing from 9/11? Apparently not.

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The Heritage Foundation has posted the latest, complete version of the Senate shamnesty bill. Read it.

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