Agenda 21 happens to be that of the Bush family and the globalists in charge behind them.
Given that our government is generally made up of elected people, start by unelecting those who are not worthy of your votes. Sending a million letters to your GOP reps means nothing if, on election day, you end up voting for them anyway "to prevent the greater eeeevil" and they know that. Find viable alternatives and support THEM in the primaries and, if the incumbent SOB's win, do NOT vote for them. Find someone from the 'other' parties and vote for them.
The NRA does this, if I am not mistaken.
Someday Mexico (for all its ills) may be a more fit place to live than here. Could happen.
1....An immediate moratorium on immigration waivers and new applications in the pipeline until major changes are made and the system re-vamped.
2...Under the new Homeland Security Dept., we need to create a massive border security program. We need to expand the border patrol by 150 to 200 thousand members.
We need to do this under the civil service programs that bush has been touting. We may need to re-establish the draft for this purpose. Not for the military, but for a cadre of our young people to protect our borders, while at the same time, giving two years of service to the country.
We can train and board them at un-used military bases. We can give them educational opportunities under the GI bill and a small but adequate allowance for someone who is provided three squares and base housing.
In return, they can get their civil service requirement out of the way, get educational benefits and the experience of training and military discipline. Some may want to continue in a military career.
What say you?
One necessary step is to dump the RINOs who facilitate this illegal invasion.
I did my part by helping rid the Senate of Spencer Abraham from Michigan.
Unfortunately, Dubya made him Energy Secretary.
So instead of developing a sensible Energy Policy, Spence is now out promoting hydrogen automobiles.
A clear message has GOT to be sent to the so-called GOP "leadership" to get it to penetrate their thick skulls.
$1,000 upfront would save billions over time. Just my two cents.
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Washington, DC 20515
Some see the Enhanced Border Security and Visa Entry Reform Act as a double-edged sword. As WorldNetDaily reported, the chairman of the Congressional Immigration Reform Caucus, Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., opposed an amnesty proposal attached to the border-security bill. The proposal extends Section 245(i) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, "which permits illegal immigrants to remain in the U.S. without receiving a State Department background check from their home country," Tancredo said in a statement. It also allows illegal immigrants to receive legal permanent residency or a valid green card, by filing a declaration with the Immigration and Naturalization Service.
On the Fox News Channel's "The O'Reilly Factor" yesterday, Tancredo lamented the same barriers still exist, "No one [on Capitol Hill] wants to touch the immigration issue. On the Democratic side, mass immigrants mean massive votes. And Republicans don't want to lose cheap labor."
"I don't like to be negative," Camarota said, "but it's going to take another attack to get our attention and move discourse along."
Griswold warns, "We should post a yield sign on the Statue of Liberty, but never a stop sign."
Lawmaker fights Bush amnesty plan
Is Mexico 'reconquering' U.S. southwest?
That is affirmative and with V. Fox's approval! There is an organization hard at work around the world trying to remove all borders, especially here in North America. I have lost the name, is anyone else aware of this group?