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Wednesday, May 17, 2006

KENNEDY JUSTICE: Ted admits it would be a good idea to keep actual criminals from coming to the USA under the auspices of his immigration-amnesty-by-some- other-name. I wonder about his views on illegal aliens who don't have drivers licenses, yet who drive American roadways. Interesting, that when the senator from Massachusetts left the roadway back in 1969, and took that fateful detour off the pier, he was driving on an expired license. Interesting, too, that his license problem got "fixed" before the legal proceedings began. Surprised that Teddy is opposed to "criminalizing" people whose very presence in this country is a crime, but whose presence on the voting rolls in key states may be the major infusion the Democrats need to get back in power?