31 October 2007 at 12:12 PM EST

Clinton on Illegal Aliens Driver's Licenses in NY

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In case you missed it, Hillary Clinton tried to shy away from her support for illegal aliens getting driver's licenses last night in the MSNBC debate. 

You can see her try to take a tough national security stance to prepare for the general election.  It's a pretty smart strategy, take her lumps from her Democratic colleagues now in order to appear strong in a general election against a credible Republican. 

She is also trying to shy away from her weak stance on immigration because, once again, she would get hammered by a Republican counterpart such as Tom Tancredo who has worked his entire career to protect this countrywith immigration reform.

There will be two ways to defeat her if she is the nominee: through national security and immigration.

Take a look at the transcript and corresponding video:

Sen. Clinton: I just want to add, I did not say that it should be done, but I certainly recognize why Gov. Spitzer is trying to do it. And we have failed....

Sen. Dodd: “Wait a minute, no, no, no. You said yes, you thought it made sense to do it.

Sen. Clinton: “No, I didn't, Chris, but the point is, what are we going to do with all these illegal immigrants who are (driving )?''

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"Sen. Clinton: 'No, I didn't, Chris, but the point is, what are we going to do with all these illegal immigrants who are (driving )?'"

Deport them. As the kids say, duh.

Well, she'll either skirt and issue entirely, or she'll say something noncommittal, which is true to her mode of operation.

She just may not be able to extricate herself from her remarks and stance on immigration issues. You wonder if ordinary people backing her, and the elitist powers behind her, are going to let this issue continue to be sidetracked?

Hopefully Tom T. will be able to challenge her on it.

Calling All Tancs!

I just saw today that she is endorcing New York Gov. Spitzer's idea of issuing driver's licenses to Illegal aliens. I believe this is the issue that will destroy her campaign. Now, it's time for Team Tanc to start plowing through the field of other candidates and come out ahead. And, I know, Tom will have a personal field day with this one when it comes to gaining the support he needs to be our next leader.

And, just a reminder, "If you haven't already signed up for Tancredo Fan Campaign, please do so." We have already reached the 60+ member threshold and we're steaming forward. So, please go to http://tancredo.fancampaign.com or contact me personally at thomas-willems@uiowa.edu or creampuff101@midlands.net and I'll get an invitation sent to you so you can join.

Thomas "Creampuff" Willems
Director of Public Relations for Tancredo Fan Campaign

Please, lets not be spoiled sports. We already taught them to fly. Now, lets teach ‘em to drive. Get 'em out of the "shadows," on to the streets. Leon Panetta would be the first to tell us that immigrants paved these roads. "This is a complicated issue," says Bill Clinton. But how "complicated" is illegal? Does anybody remember that two of the 9-11 hijackers visas were renewed, six months after they died in those attacks?

What could happen? And why does the incidence of Al Qaeda flight students, trained at the University of Bill Clinton, remain a non-issue? Einstein said, “The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it.” So far, the silence is deafening: http://theseedsof9-11.com

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