Amnesty wasn’t problem; enforcement was

Apparently tired of seeing the 1986 amnesty for illegal aliens piled on by politicians and media, former U.S. Attorney General Ed Meese discussed its intent and failings in a commentary in The New York Times, noting that at least Ronald Reagan called it what it is and would be today: amnesty. Meese touted the high-tech enforcement methods available today, and concluded: "President Bush and Congress would do better to start with securing the border and strengthening enforcement of existing immigration laws."
Posted by Rhonda Holman