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The Republican Debate Transcript of November, 28 2007

The Republican Debate Transcript of November, 28 2007
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Cooper: All right, enough of the singing, enough of the snowmen. Let’s begin the debate. From one tough-talking New Yorker, a question to another tough- talking New Yorker.


Ernie Nardi: This is Ernie Nardi from Dyker Heights in Brooklyn, New York,
with a question for the ex-Mayor Giuliani. Under your administration, as well as others, New York City was operated as a sanctuary city [cities that turn a blind eye to federal immigration laws], aiding and abetting illegal aliens.

I would like to know, if you become president of the United States, will you continue to aid and abet the flight of illegal aliens into this country?

Giuliani: First I’m not going to answer what I’ll do as president. Let me avoid the question by saying New York City wasn’t a “sanctuary city.” Period. Everything we did was for humanitarian reasons: 1) allowed the children of illegal immigrants to go to school, otherwise they be on the street committing crimes, 2) emergency care in the hospital, and 3) allowing them to report crimes. I ordered the reporting of thousands and thousands and thousands of names of illegal immigrants who committed crimes to the immigration service.

Romney: Absolutely. It called itself a “sanctuary city.” And as a matter of fact , the mayor actually brought a suit to maintain its “sanctuary city” status when PRWORA and IIRIRA was signed into law by President Clinton.

Giuliani: Rather than face the issue that I’m a big fat liar, I’ll divert attention by attacking him with spun-up ideas. There were six sanctuary cities in Massachusetts. And he employed a whole bunch of illegal immigrants at his home.

Romney: How dare you Mayor! I have never hired illegal immigrants. The Community Lawn Service with a Heart may have hired illegal immigrants, but that not my responsibility.


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