Monday, June 05, 2006


Bryant Strong on Immigration; Corker Used Illegals

The Washington Times has an article today on politicians with a strong record on restricting illegal immigration, and one of the men listed is Ed Bryant. From the Times:

In Tennessee, former Republican Rep. Ed Bryant is also campaigning on the issue in his quest to succeed Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist. Last week, he made a trip to the U.S.-Mexico border and held a telephone press conference with reporters while standing just yards from the border, describing the scene.

"The three biggest issues I'm hearing about is immigration three times," Mr. Bryant, a former federal prosecutor, told reporters. "We have to do something yesterday on this."

This is in stark contrast to Bob Corker, who apparently built his financial fortune on the backs of illegal aliens. I posted an article from the Chattanooga Times Free Press on Blogging for Bryant that points to a 1988 case that shows such. According to the article, the Corker campaign does not dispute their candidate's connection to illegal alien labor.

Again, Tennessee, I ask you - who do you want as your nominee? Who has the best chance of beating Harold Ford, Jr. in November?

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