Saturday, March 11, 2006
Hillary Clinton's Immigration Flip-flop
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2008 presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton complained Wednesday that some Republicans want to impose a "police state" to deal with illegal immigration, arguing instead that illegals should be allowed to earn their U.S. citizenship.
But just three short years ago, Mrs. Clinton took a different tack, boasting that she was "adamantly against" foreigners who enter the country illegally and saying that the U.S. should consider imposing a national ID card system.
"I am, you know, adamantly against illegal immigrants," Clinton said in a Feb. 2003 radio interview.
Clinton said the U.S. "might have to move toward an ID system even for citizens" in order to combat illegal border crossings, or implement "at least a visa ID, some kind of an entry and exit ID."
As of Wednesday, however, the former first lady's immigration policy had clearly evolved.
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