President Bush defends his lack of initiative for an effective border security program by appealing to “America’s decency” and reminding us we are first and foremost a “nation of immigrants.” He’s wrong. It is neither indecent nor inappropriate to protect our borders against those who would diminish our sovereignty and enter or remain in America in violation of our laws. And America is first and foremost a “nation of LAWS”; at least we used to be.
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