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Typical: Hillary pledges to protect ‘law abiding’ illegals she was ‘adamantly against’ a dozen years ago

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By Doug Powers  •  October 26, 2015 10:17 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

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Over the weekend, Hillary Clinton pledged to make President Obama look like a rank amateur when it comes to executive amnesty:

“I am going to back and support what President Obama has done to protect DREAMers and their families, to use executive action to prevent deportation,” Clinton said to applause. “And I have said that if we cannot get comprehensive immigration reform as we need, and as we should, with a real path to citizenship that will actually grow our economy — then I will go as far as I can, even beyond President Obama, to make sure law-abiding, decent, hard-working people in this country are not ripped away from their families.”

As you might expect, that’s precisely in line with what she said a dozen years ago.

Well, not really:

The GOP should make ads inspired by DirectTV: “I’m 2003 Hillary Clinton trying to stay in the Senate, and I’m against illegal immigration” — “And I’m 2015 Hillary Clinton running for president, and I have no recollection of that other me whatsoever.”

**Written by Doug Powers

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