The link allows you to contact your senators and/or congressmen/women on this bill.
So its official, our elected representatives are on the verge of capitulating to the invasion of this country?
I’ve been trying to get into the States (legally of course) for years. No good deed(following US Law) goes unpunished I guess.
Compromise or complete, abject surrender?
I have already contacted the national GOP and the local GOP offices, letting them know my outrage at this.
What a bunch of BS. Is this for all immigrants or just Mexican immigrants? If they are from Iran, Syria, etc. Why don’t we just open the dam borders and just say the hell with it? That’s what Congress wants anyway. OR.....just give our country to Mexico. At least that way, we know, and Mexico admits, that they are a crooked government. Our government says the opposite but acts just like Mexico.
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None of you seem to understand that we the people are tired of being treated as though we were citizens of another country.
This is the height of arrogance by liberals and RINO’s.
I am pissed and do not care who knows it.
This is nothing short of treason and should be treated as such.
We’ve been sold out again. I just read an AP report. The first thing that happens is illegals step forward to get a normalization card so they can stay here without worry. The border, forget it.
I say we eliminate trhe Border service (those we have not sent to jail for doing their job) and use the money to help pay the welfare costs of our new invaders.
This is from my Congressman - Roscoe Bartlett
The Secure Fence Act (H.R. 6061) was signed into law on October 26. I voted in favor of that bill. I also voted in favor of three other stringent immigration bills that came up for a vote on September 21: the Immigration Law Enforcement Act (H.R. 6095), the Community Protection Act of 2006 (H.R. 6094) and the Border Tunnel Prevention Act (H.R. 4830). 11 to 12 million illegal aliens have crossed our borders.
The fact is that our borders are being actively compromised, our sovereignty is challenged and our national security is at risk.
Our national immigration policy is one of the most important issues in America, and we need an aggressive and effective policy.
Ineffective immigration policy means more than a loss of jobs and lower wages for American workers and drastically increased costs to government. With fictitious identities, terrorists enjoy an open invitation to our country.
FBI Assistant Director Steven McCraw called fictitious identities an opportunity for terrorists to move freely in the United States.
How do we stop the influx of illegal aliens into our country?
First, we have to secure Americans borders. I have voted for and support installing an effective barrier along the U.S.-Mexico border and making every effort to prevent illegal immigration through other points of entry. I have voted to put troops on the border (as long as it is consistent with the Posse Comitatus Act), and I have voted to put a wall on the border.
Second, no matter how long they have been here, illegal means illegal. Illegal aliens are criminals. We can not reward illegal behavior and preserve respect for the Rule of Law in our country. That is why I oppose amnesty for illegal immigrants. Disguising amnesty as some sort of guest worker program is a distinction without a difference. I have voted against every attempt to directly or indirectly grant amnesty.
Third, we must enforce our existing laws against illegal immigration.
Fourth, we must prosecute those responsible for facilitating illegal immigration to the fullest extent of the law. The U.S. Government must imprison anyone involved in producing false documentation of any kind.
Fifth, I support establishing by law that English is our countrys official language.
Lastly, we must enforce the Real ID Act. This new federal law that I supported establishes standards of proof of citizenship or legal residence for federal acceptance of any state or local government-issued form of identification cards.
I am proud to be a member of the Congressional Immigration Reform Caucus, and I will keep working to protect our borders.
So, what are they saying down the street in the House?
I predict he and Sununu don't get another term.
I'm done - It's third party time.
In addition to calling, a more complicated but not very difficult way to block this is to discredit those who support amnesty. If someone loses credibility and thus support over this issue, that will send a message to all the rest.
Imagine how things would change if at every appearance someone like Bill Richardson was asked tough questions about amnesty, and those questions revealed the flaws in the arguments of those who push amnesty. And, his answers were promoted with Youtube, blogs, forums, etc.
I called the ones in GA for whatever good that will do. The standard answer was that it isn’t happening ‘till Monday. We need to bombard them!
"The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which." - George Orwell