Currently, President Bush has been able to cover-up the truth about illegal immigration for his buddy Fox and other business associates south of the border. An analysis of the Bush administration's guest worker plan claims that it has actually helped fuel illegal immigration because most believed President Bush is offering amnesty. Of course the liberal media will not report the story because of their stance with illegal aliens, and diverted attention to Karl Rove.
The survey analyzed and released 28 June by Judicial Watch, found that 63 percent of more than 800 immigrants arrested along the nation's southern border said they had heard from the Mexican government or media that Bush was offering amnesty. Forty-five percent said they attempted to cross the border based on those beliefs. Eighty percent said they wanted to apply for amnesty.
"Illegal immigration increased as a result of President Bush's proposed immigration reform," said Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch.
The proposal was backed by the business community, opposed by many immigrant advocacy groups and languished in Congress. Some Republicans have criticized the plan as tantamount to amnesty, a characterization the administration has rejected.