The new Republican governor of Texas won't go the route of his pal in California -- at least when it comes to the thorny subject of immigration. Texas Gov.-elect George W. Bush today affirmed his opposition toProposition 187-- passed overwhelmingly a month ago in the Golden State. California Gov. Pete Wilson is an enthusiastic supporter of the legislation, which denies many social services to illegal immigrants. Bush said, however, that he favors strong enforcement of existing federal immigration laws. "While we are very much in favor of immigration in Texas, there are immigration laws and our borders ought to be enforced,'' he said. Bush first made the statements in a private meeting with newly inaugurated Mexican PresidentErnesto Zedilloand then repeated them for the press. Bush's father, the ex-president, sat in on the meeting with Zedillo.