Immigration bill would boost security, homeland chief says

  • Article by: Ashley Parker , New York Times
  • Updated: April 23, 2013 - 11:12 PM

WASHINGTON – Legislation to overhaul the nation’s immigration laws would further strengthen the country’s security system to guard against cases like the Boston Marathon bombings, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday in the last of three hearings on a bipartisan immigration proposal.

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blahstateApr. 23, 13 8:13 PM

This woman has no business being in the position she is in. She has weakened our country and has no concept of security.

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jarlmnApr. 23, 13 9:26 PM

'Asylum system' is an apt description ... and the lunatics are running the asylum! Napolitano needs to get back on her medications before she makes an even bigger mockery of what constitutes lawfulness in this country. That this administration is all-too-ready to demonize and harass legitimate gun owners and then blithely all-too-ready to pat illegal border-jumpers on the head and hand them a cookie... is going to bite the Democrats HARD next election!

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