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Border Promises Made to Break
Proof of security must precede any legalization
Hugh Hewitt -- Town Hall -- April 30   
Memo To Senate: Mandate The Border Fence Be Built Or Kill The Bill
Trust but verify. The open borders crowd will try to stop it. Support American Border Patrol as it reports on progress - or lack of it.
   ...A policy and political disaster awaits if a bill emerges from the Senate that cannot generate enough momentum to get even an amended version through the House and into a conference committee. The House will not be able to salvage a badly disfigured bill coming out of the Senate, so key amendments must be made in the Senate or Republicans in the Senate should say no to the effort and do so quickly.
    The three key areas for amendment are (1) the border fence; (2) E-Verify; and (3) provisions to study and implement biometric screening and recording of people entering or leaving the United States.
    The first fix is the easiest. As Charles Krauthammer told me on my radio show Friday (transcript here), we need "a fence from left to right, from east to west, except obviously the mountainous areas."
Credibility Counts
Red DotGlenn Spencer -- American Border Patrol
    When Bush signed the Secure Fence Act I didn't believe it would be done (see photo caption). I was right.
    When they announced the Boeing virtual fence, I said it would fail. I was right. Who else made these predictions? None that I remember. Who else went out and proved that the fence wasn't being built? Nobody else.
    I have a plan --- and the credibility --- to do it right. Click here to see it.

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