Breaking: Bush commutes sentences of Compean and Ramos

At last!

President George W. Bush has commuted the prison sentences of two former Border Patrol guards whose convictions for shooting a Mexican drug dealer ignited debate about illegal immigration.

Bush’s act of clemency on Monday for Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean was a victory for Democratic and Republican members of Congress and others who pleaded with the president to pardon the men or at least commute their sentences.

According to Fox News, their sentences will expire on March 20th.

Michelle Malkin notes that it’s a surprise from an open borders administration. Indeed. Bush’s stance on illegal immigration and amnesty was his greatest disappointment in my mind.

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