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O'Reilly criticizes the lack of cooperation between local sanctuary cities and the INS. Speaking on ABC's Good Morning America on March 18, 2003, O'Reilly promised that "If the Americans go in and overthrow Saddam Hussein and it's clean [of weapons of mass destruction]...America's great strength, diversity of thought, can also be a weakness. The old saying goes, "United we stand, divided we fall." Well, we're divided.O'Reilly has accused billionaire businessman, investor and political activist George Soros of trying to influence the 2008 election by donating to causes and organizations that O'Reilly calls the "radical left", such as moveon.org, which regularly criticizes conservative politicians.Bush for not allocating enough resources to make border security effective.He also criticized Ronald Reagan's act of amnesty, claiming that it made the illegal immigration problem worse.
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