Sentence with the word amnesty
Is that still where the line is drawn on the term amnesty or are there shades of gray?
The term amnesty comes from the 1986 immigration bill, supported and signed by Ronald Reagan, which gave many illegal immigrants in the United States immediate permanent residency — green cards — with few requirements, a tiny fee and a fast-tracked application process.
M. O'BRIEN: I think we should note that the term amnesty was not used in that question.
In particular, Mitt Romney and Michelle Bachmann have hurled at Mr. Gingrich the word "amnesty" - an inflammatory one in this context - during a debate on Tuesday, as if he had proposed a sweeping forgiveness of all illegal immigrants.
Fear of the label "amnesty" for this kind of legislation is an unacceptable excuse for inaction by Congress especially when the future of America's youth is at stake.
Fear of the label "amnesty" for this kind of legislation is an unacceptable excuse for inaction by Congress - especially when the future of America's youth is at stake.
Falana in an interview after the sitting which journalists were allowed to cover for the first time, described Okah's release as a welcome development but defended his stance in opposing the term amnesty, reaffirming that what the constitution recognises was pardon or prerogative of mercy and not amnesty.
The cross-party committee regards what it describes as an "amnesty policy", alongside renewed delays to the much heralded e-borders system to count people in and out of the country, as further evidence that the agency is still not proving effective.
Whenever the issue of immigration comes up, the Republican response to anything Democrats do is always the word 'amnesty.'
But I do agree with a plan for legalization, as you know, what you call amnesty and I call legalization, Lou.
Amnesty is just amazing, except her differences and love her. If you have an amnesty in your life never let her go.
Oh man did you hear what Amnesty said?Yeah it was soo smart shee is my idol!
Ya know I uh... I've heard all the 'rhetoric', ya know, you've heard it too, 'bout how this (immigration reform bill) is 'amnesty'... Am - amnesty means that YOU GOTTA PAY, ya know, a price for having bin here illegally... And this bill does that." - George W. Bush, Washington D.C., June 26, 2007.
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- Synonym for "amnesty"
- forgetfulness, oblivion, pardon
- Verb Forms for "amnesty"
- amnestied, amnesties, amnestying
- Phrases for "amnesty"
- alien amnesty, granting amnesty, grant amnesty, blanket amnesty, amnesty legislation
- Hypernym for "amnesty"
- warrant, mercifulness, clemency, mercy, exemption
- Etymologically Related for "amnesty"
- Amnesty International
- Form for "amnesty"
- amnestied, amnestying
- Same Context for "amnesty"
- pardon, emancipation, forgiveness, immunity, remission
- Variant for "amnesty"