Bush promotes illegal immigration

Worried that the tone of the immigration debate is pushing Latinos away from the Republican Party, the White House is working with political strategists to create a broad coalition of business groups and [illegal] immigrant advocates. The effort is designed to help Bush take control of an increasingly contentious debate that has threatened to split the Republican Party and undermine its outreach to Latino voters. Corporations and advocacy groups with a direct interest in [illegal] immigration — including those who need skilled high-tech workers, farm laborers and university teaching assistants — are being aggressively targeted for membership. Those being courted include Microsoft Corp., Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and groups representing academic institutions, restaurants, hotels, landscaping firms, hospitals and nurses. Aiming for an air of bipartisanship, the White House-backed coalition, to be called Americans for Border and Economic Security [can you believe the nerve of these guys] .

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Michelle Malkin does a good job pointing out all the misleading statement in the story.

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