Two weeks ago, when Human Events Political Editor John Gizzi asked White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan whether President Bush would veto an immigration bill that does not include a guest-worker plan, McClellan evaded answering.
Last week, when Gizzi asked McClellan whether the President would sign an immigration bill without a guest-worker plan, McClellan was again evasive.
"What I emphasized was what the President emphasized, too, that we want a comprehensive bill," said McClellan. "We believe that if you’re going to fix the immigration system, you have to do so in a comprehensive way. And that’s what the President is continuing to urge members [of Congress] to move forward on."
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