After Sen. Corker insisted he's found no evidence of plans for a highway from Mexico through the United States to Canada, despite Quinton Looney's repeated reports he says he's received through the media, Mike Sherrell asked why there's been no enforcement against illegal immigration.
"Lack of will," Corker replied. "And it's the administration's problem."
Tennessee's junior senator to Washington, D.C. complained that President Bush was "governor of the state with the longest foreign border and has done absolutely nothing about it."
"I didn't agree with the president on immigration," Corker said.
See the complete story in Wednesday's Tribune.