The Washington Times reports:
The Department of Homeland Security wants to restrict the U.S. Border Patrol's arrest of illegal aliens in the nation's interior, concerned that the recent apprehension of 450 illegals by agents in inland areas of Southern California failed to consider the "sensitivities" of those detained.
...In a letter, Mr. Hutchinson, undersecretary for border and transportation security, assured Rep. Joe Baca, California Democrat -- and other members of the state's delegation who complained about the arrests -- that in the future, Homeland Security would enforce immigration laws "in a reasonable manner" and would consider the "sensitivities" surrounding the enforcement of those laws in its interior-enforcement program.
Would consider the what?
...would consider the "sensitivities" surrounding the enforcement of those laws in its interior-enforcement program.
The whats surrounding enforcement of those laws? I'm sorry, I'm having a little trouble hearing you.
OK, thanks. Just wanted to be sure I had it straight that you were saying the Bush administration's Department of Homeland Security should concern itself with "sensitivities."