LADY LIBERTY Sarah Palin Visits Ellis Island (Video)

You know this wasn’t staged.

Sarah Palin, center, her daughter Piper Palin, left, and her father Chuck Heath, pause while visting Liberty Island as a band plays ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ in New York, Wednesday, June 1, 2011. (AP/Seth Wenig)

ABC Local posted video:

Sarah Palin visited Ellis Island today. She blasted Obama’s illegal alien DREAM Act when reporters asked her about it.
The Politico reported:

Day 4 of her Palin’s bus tour started with a trip to Ellis Island.

“It’s one of the symbols of course of our country, and it’s a reminder too that immigrants built this country,” Palin explained to reporters here on Wednesday morning, before departing from the hotel where she and her family spent the night. “So we want to make sure that we’re highlighting that on our bus tour, maybe so that the present day immigrants know how much we appreciate them and their work ethic, and their love of country and freedom.”

But Palin drew a sharp line between embracing the immigrant history captured at Ellis Island and supporting the DREAM Act, the legislation that would allow new immigrants to stay in the country if they complete high school and are found to be of good character.

“The immigrants of the past, they had to literally and figuratively stand in line to become U.S. citizens. I’d like to see that continue,” Palin said. “And unfortunately, the DREAM Act kind of usurps that-the system that is a legal system to make sure that immigrants who want to be here legally, working hard, producing and supplying revenue and resources for their families, that they’re able to do that right and legally. Unfortunately, the DREAM Act doesn’t accomplish that.”

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