Beth Werlin, Deputy Legal Director for the American Immigration Council, discusses the recent...
Immigrant groups try to steal thunder from tea party
Published on Fri, Apr 16, 2010
Immigrant-rights groups sought to tap some of the "tea party" thunder Thursday by using the anti-tax-and-spending movement's nationwide protests to argue illegal immigrants must be legalized because they are eager to pay their full taxes.
But tea partiers, rallying on the day federal income-tax returns were due, didn't buy it.
The collision between two of the big political movements in America is expected to escalate heading in to this year's midterm elections as both push the political parties from different directions.
Published in the Washington Times | Read Article