A Critical Choice
Iraq May Shut Off Important Opportunity
||Washington Times -- November 2
May Find an Ally on Immigration
Immigration is the one major issue on which President
Bush is likely to fare better next year if Democrats win control
If the Republicans maintain control in the House, the Republican
chairman of the Judiciary Committee probably would be Rep. Lamar
Smith, a Texan who is a strong advocate for enforcement and has
argued that a guest-worker program hurts American workers. However,
Rep. John Conyers Jr., the Michigan Democrat in line to become
chairman if his party wins control, supports a broad legalization.
Lamar Smith knows all about the bureaucracy
that runs immigration in Washington. He could rip them to pieces.
Conyers would give them carte blanche.
may expire at any time.