Should Drunk Driving Disqualify Illegals for Amnesty? Napolitano Won’t Say

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Cornyn then asked the secretary how she would use her authority to waive provisions in the law -- specifically if she would consider waiving requirements for someone who has been convicted of voter fraud.

Asked by Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) whether the Obama administration would consider amendments to the DREAM Act making illegal aliens ineligible for an amnesty if they were convicted of certain misdemeanors such as drunken driving, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said Tuesday’s congressional hearing was not the right venue to “go into some of the actual details” of the legislation.

“Let me ask, do you support the bill are currently written?” Cornyn asked Napolitano.

“I do,” Napolitano said.

“And you speak on behalf of the administration, correct?” Cornyn asked.

“I do,” Napolitano said.

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