ILW.COM's editorial comment that, if re-elected, President Bush has a better chance at pushing immigration provisions through Congress disregards the facts of the past 4 years. President Bush has not used any of his influence to push significant immigration measures. He made a half-hearted attempt of proposing a form of temporary worker legalization, and then never spent another second to actually garner support for the bill in Congress. His administration also allowed the talks with President Fox of Mexico to fall by the wayside. Despite the lip-service, immigration is obviously not a priority for President Bush, as is clearly shown by his complete lack of action over the past 4 years.
Aimee Clark Todd
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