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May 30, 2006

USA Today's 'Immigration Math' Demonstrates Need Of Tutor

Topics: Immigration and Border Issues

Given the media's sympathetic treatment of illegal aliens and it's coalition of with open border activists, it's not surprising that USA Today would bury the real story and attempt to show that the nation is divided on the immigration reform issue by dividing the country into "four clusters that are roughly equal in size but vary dramatically in point of view". However, not only do they clearly demonstrate their participation in the coalition of "sympathetic media and border activists" they also demonstrate the serious need of a math tutor...

Any way they try to cover it up - the math clearly shows that roughly 73% of Americans believe border security is a priority!

Related: The Right Truth has an interesting read - with links, on the politics of immigration...

Posted by Richard at May 30, 2006 1:21 PM



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