First Big Bird, Now Grover
"[Amnesty is] the most important thing to focus on if you're concerned about the future of the country both as an economic power and as a serious leader of the world, or simply as a successful society,' [Grover] Norquist said in a recent speech. 'It's not only good policy to have more immigrants in the United States -- dramatically more immigrants than we do today, to having a path forward for those people who are here. It's not only a good idea, but it's good politics.'"
"I think we need comprehensive reform that deals with the people who've been here for some time," Norquist said, going on to cite a quote whose origin he couldn't quite remember. "I don't care how tall the fence is as long as the doors are big enough."
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