Do Romney and Obama Differ on Immigration?
"The immigration debate highlights a larger truth about America's two major parties--administrative priorities, not principles, distinguish them. Neither party objects to quotas, detention, deportation, surveillance, national identification, conscription of employers, regulations, sanctions, nor the other draconian features of America's immigration bureaucracy. The status quo legal institutions have the full support of both parties' political establishments: their practical differences amount to little more than tinkering around the edges," says David Bier, of the libertarian leaning Competitive Enterprise Institute.
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