Lou Dobbs Tonight
President Bush's Strongest Language Yet
Tue Jul 24, 2007 15:36

From: Lou Dobbs Tonight loudobbs@mail.cnn.com
Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2007 15:23:36 -0400
Subject: President Bush's Strongest Language Yet

Lou Dobbs Tonight
Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Tonight, President Bush says U.S. forces must stay in Iraq to deal with the threat of Al Qaeda in the region. The president used his strongest language yet to describe the threat of Al Qaeda to Iraq and the U.S. homeland. We'll have the latest report tonight.

While towns across America are cracking down on illegal aliens in their communities, New Haven Connecticut is harboring them. The city has begun issuing official identification cards to illegal aliens that allow them access to social services and to open back accounts. The Mayor defends the practice, but many citizens are outraged. We'll have a special report live from New Haven.

Have our trade practices disabled any safety enforcement we have on food imports into this country? We'll have a full report on what the rules are and to what extent they are being enforced.

Outrage tonight after one of Mexico's most wanted criminals is busted just outside Washington, DC. How was this man able to enter our country when he's wanted on organized crime, drug trafficking and weapons charges? He's also tied to the world's largest seizure of drug cash. We'll have that special report.

And $500 million dollars in counterfeit U.S. Software has been seized in a long term joint probe by the Federal Bureau of Investigations and the Chinese government. Are these the ramifications of globalization? We'll have a special report.

Visit http://cnn.com/loudobbstonight  to read Lou's commentary about how now is the time to seek truth and justice and free imprisoned Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean.



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