House Judiciary Chairman James Sensenbrenner (R.-Wis.) spoke plainly to reporters after President Bush’s nationally televised immigration speech last Monday. "Regardless of what the President says, what he is proposing is amnesty," said Sensenbrenner. "He said four times this is not amnesty. Well, it is an amnesty, because it allows people who have broken the law to stay in the country."
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