Las Vegas Review-Journal "reporter" Molly Ball offers "no woman is illegal" with "Obama rocks Vegas faithful/Candidate charms voters at union hall, school gym". In one of his statements, Barack Obama appears to have dissembled about the U.S. Constitution:
The Public Policy Institute of California recently released a study  claiming that immigration has raised wages for native-born workers (even if it might lower wages for previous immigrants). Put in context, this study - or at least the reaction to it - appears to be an attempt by some to push for "comprehensive immigration reform", aka a massive amnesty.  These promoters will concentrate on the study and refuse to acknowledge that there are non-economic factors that need to be considered, and that those factors are far more important than purely fiscal matters.
Yes, "earned legalization", a "path to citizenship", and all the other euphemisms are indeed an amnesty for illegal aliens. What they're called doesn't matter; what matters is how they're perceived by potential illegal aliens. Details in the page about the names for illegal alien amnesty.
This is just a partial list of the ways that the Bush administration or those over whom that administration has some control have encouraged illegal immigration. These are presented in no particular order and even more examples will be provided in the future:
One of the cute tricks of illegal immigration supporters is to refer to those who want to enforce our immigration laws as "hard-liners" and those who want to open the door to 60 million or so legal immigrants over the next 20 years and declare a massive amnesty for more than 10 million illegal aliens as "moderates". Those who support the latter course - such as George Bush, Teddy Kennedy, John McCain and many others - are in actual fact radicals, proposing immigration levels that the U.S. has never seen before.
Illegal immigration supporters seem to all be reading from the same script:
The Washington Post and other sources frequently use the term "immigrants rights" when they're in fact refering to the rights of either illegal aliens together with legal immigrants, or simply illegal aliens. This abuse of the language goes hand in hand with, for instance, refering to those who want to enforce the law as "hard-liners" and refering to those who want to bring in sixty million legal immigrants - and countless illegal aliens - over the next twenty years as "moderates".
Let's take a look at the first paragraph:
On July 26, 2005 the Clinton-affiliated think tank Center for American Progress released a study entitled "Deporting the Undocumented: A Cost Assessment":
The Washington Post's Dan Balz offers a superficial analysis of the issues here. It seems to be discussing the WaPo/ABC News December 2005 poll in this PDF file, but some of the questions he talks about aren't in that document. When I find the full poll I'll post more information, but for now consider this: