Congress Continues Debate On The Bill To Abolish The INS
Congress continued its debates on the Homeland Security Act of 2002 including its immigration law provisions. During the debate, Sen. Byrd (D-WV) said, "... Mr. President, do you really believe Osama bin Laden cares whether the associate commissioner for border enforcement will have his title changed to the Assistant Secretary of the Bureau of Border Security? ...No. Osama bin Laden doesn't give a whit what his title is going to be. The al-Qaida doesn't care about that. They are tickled to
sit back and watch us be fooled into complacency by virtue of our passing this piece of trash." The continued debate is in two parts: One and Two.
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