Mr. Karl Rove
The White House
Washington, D.C. 20500

Dear Mr. Rove:

It is distressing to read about your disagreement with Rep. Tom Tancredo over immigration policy. He should be supported, not ostracized. He is correct in warning that U.S. immigration policy could lead to another horrific terrorist attack on American soil. The risk of another such attack outweighs the perceived benefits of allowing more immigration. We have learned that the Bush administration is continuing a Clinton policy of allowing thousands of people from Somalia to enter the U.S. As you know, Somalia was a hide-out for Osama bin Laden, and an Islamic terror group linked to him still operates there. Do you think it is wise to open our borders to such people when the President is trying to win a war on terrorism?