Well Done, Mr. Hutchinson
DHS Undersecretary Hutchinson, who oversees the largest part of the DHS including ICE, recently had a luncheon meeting with editors and reporters at the Washington Times. The Washington Times reported the extraordinary statements that Mr. Hutchinson made during the meeting. Some quotes follow:
DHS Undersecretary Hutchinson is the person with the greatest deportation powers in the US government. For him to make the honest assessments that he does in his statements above, is particularly noteworthy and praiseworthy. We believe that any honest person in the same position as Mr. Hutchinson would in time reach the same conclusions. Anti-immigrationists are pilloring Mr. Hutchinson for his frank and perceptive comments, but they have no proposals short of turning America into a Gestapo state where the undocumented would be shot on sight. We commend Mr. Hutchinson for his honesty and insight and look forward to large scale legalization in the not-too-distant future.
- "[It] is "not realistic" to think that law-enforcement authorities can arrest or deport the millions of illegal aliens now in the United States ... [Mr. Hutchinson said] taxpayers "might be afraid" to learn how much it would take in manpower and resources to control the nation's borders ... It's not realistic to say we're going to reduce [the number of undocumented aliens in the country] ...
- " ... I don't think America has the will," he added. "I think [Americans] have too much compassion to tell our law-enforcement people to go out there and uproot those 8 million here -- some of whom might have been here 8 or 12 years, who got kids here that are American citizens -- and to send them out of the country."
- ... although there is "strong support" nationwide for the enforcement of immigration laws and the public expects it to be accomplished, "they expect us to do it in a way consistent with our values." "Immigration has provided vitality to the growth of the country. We ought to recognize that, and that's an important principle in the development of our immigration policy. We have to be able to assimilate or integrate immigrants into our society where they can become Americans." "That is what America historically has done very well, and we don't want to lose that capacity."
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