Chertoff’s most important job will be to secure the borders, which won’t be easy considering the course President Bush is now charting on immigration. In an interview with the Washington Times this week, Bush was asked by Times Managing Editor Fran Coombs if he intended to push legislation this year to implement his plan to convert illegal aliens into legal guest workers. “Yes. Yes, I will,” said Bush. At one point, the President waxed poetic about the plight of immigration-law breakers. “They’re willing to get stuffed in the back of a semi-trailer truck, paying coyotes to smuggle them over. . . .,” he said. “They’re coming because, in most cases, they’re a good, honest person who wants to do their duty as a mother and a father.”
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