It’s the same position as Palin. What say you??
“Its the same position as Palin. What say you??”
I say they are both dead wrong on this. Why?
I think you are both wrong about Palin on this issue:
By Matt DeLong
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, August 2, 2010
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin said Sunday that Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) has “the cojones” that President Obama “does not have” to take on illegal immigration.
Appearing on “Fox News Sunday,” Palin (R) blasted Obama over the Justice Department’s lawsuit to block Arizona’s controversial new law and attacked him in particular for not addressing “sanctuary cities” — where local law enforcement is prohibited from asking people about their immigration status. Arizona’s law bans sanctuary cities.
On the first episode of “Alaska” she said we should build the fence.
Whatever it takes...no amnesty...keep it simple,” vows Palin, annointed President Palin on The Factor. In spite of Bill O’Reilly’s posited amnesty bias, in spite of overbearing interruptions, in spite of a battery of staccato questions with no chance to provide a full answer, O’Reilly failed to rattle Palin’s resolve that protecting America’s borders is a top priority, a national security issue.
Sarah Palin delivered solutions the majority of Americans support : Secure the borders, enforce the federal immigration laws, no amnesty, American citizens get first shot at American jobs, and no repeating past mistakes - whatever it takes.
What follows is the video of this riveting interview in O’Reilly’s No Spin Zone, a transcription of the clip which focused on illegal immigration, prepared by Political Buzz Examiner, Devonia Smith.
This is from a quick google. I don’t know why people think she’s soft on immigration. She was a VP candidate for Juan McCain. You can’t attack your presidential candidate’s positions and accept the VP nod. Palin is not bound by McCain’s positions and hasn’t been since 2008.