Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Amnesty is back!

From Eagle Forum:



Tell your Senators to OPPOSE any guest-worker/amnesty or "comprehensive" immigration bills!

It's May in Washington; that means time for immigration "reform." Last May, the Senate passed a horrible comprehensive (a.k.a amnesty) bill, which would have legalized almost all the 12 million illegal aliens now in our country. It would have also set up a guest-worker program, importing up to 200,000 foreign workers every year. The majority of Senate Republicans opposed the Kennedy-McCain-Hagel-Martinez bill (S. 2611), but the Senate passed it by 62-36 (Roll Call 157). Thanks to sensible House members, the bill died.

Now, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), is bringing up this dangerous bill (S. 1348) again, as a starting point for the Senate debate on immigration, which could begin tomorrow! Eagle Forum members nationwide have been instrumental in stopping the amnesty President Bush and party elites want to force on the American people. Your calls and local action are needed yet again!!


The Senate will start debate on immigration this week! Your calls are needed TODAY! Tell your Senators to OPPOSE any guest-worker/amnesty, or "comprehensive" immigration bills!

Be sure to keep checking your email, as Eagle Forum will be monitoring the debate and sending you updates daily so you can make your voice heard!

Call Your Senators Today!

Capitol Switchboard: (202) 224-3121


Anonymous said...

You give no reasons why this bill should be opposed. Are you suggesting the US economy is not dynamic enough to support that many foreign workers? Or do you feel there is some cultural consciousness shared by people born in this country and not acquirable by those outside of it? If it is the latter, why do you spend your time staunchly opposing the organization of people (the government) that embodies this consciousness? Why do seek to weaken the very institutions that create the country called the United States?

Anonymous said...

Viva Amnesty!