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    Amnesty officially begins in Senate -- Fax/Phone now

    From: Roy Beck, President, NumbersUSA
    Date: Friday 1MAY09 9 a.m. EDT

    Bi-partisan Senate push for amnesty starts -- U.S. jobless workers thrown under the bus -- ACT NOW

    FRIENDS, THE SENATE NEEDS YOUR IMMEDIATE RESPONSE!

    Your Senators need phone calls today before the rancid thinking of yesterday's immigration hearing infects their views on what makes political sense this year.

    Did you think Senators might be too smart this year -- or too moral or at least too embarrassed -- to push for more foreign workers while millions of Americans are losing their jobs?

    Such modest faith in U.S. Senators was dashed yesterday by the Senate Judiciary Committee in a first hearing of its immigration panel.

    Senators made it clear that they are hopeful that the American people will let them pass the amnesty this year that was blocked in 2007.

    And the Senators made it clear that the only thing that will stop the Senate from passing an amnesty for illegal foreign workers this year is if regular citizens like you mount immediate and sustained protests.

    They said they really think Americans have become resigned to an amnesty.

    PHONE NOW: 202-224-3121

    Just make a simple call and tell your two Senators that you are disgusted by the display of utter moral depravity of the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday in its preference for illegal foreign workers and the outlaw businesses that hire them over the needs of the 13 million U.S. workers who can't find a job.

    Go to your Action Buffet corkboard and send new faxes and check your phone notes for talking points.

    Perhaps the saddest part of the hearing yesterday was that the Senators didn't even acknowledge that 13 million unemployed U.S. workers should be part of the consideration of what to do about immigration.

    All but one of the witnesses spoke of immigration without any reference to America's jobless.

    We could have expected as much from the new immigration chairman -- Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY). He helped pass the first amnesty in 1986 and has never stopped working against the interests of vulnerable U.S. workers.

    But especically disheartening was the mostly agreement from the ranking Republican on the immigration panel, Sen. Cornyn of Texas. He and Schumer said they are agreed on most aspects of what needs to be done. Cornyn is a constantly frustrating figure. His immigration grade is pretty good because the citizens of Texas pound him before every vote and generally get him to do the right thing. But in between he gives all sorts of comfort to the enemies of American workers and communities.

    What every Senator needs to hear is that it would be politically stupid and morally bankrupt for the Senate to even consider giving permanent work permits to 8 million illegal foreign workers this year while 13 million jobless American workers would like to have their jobs.

    Schumer named his hearing: "Comprehensive Immigration Reform in 2009, Can We Do It and How?"

    It revealed that he has no interest in whether it would be a good idea or what the effects would be. No, the title says that Schumer sees this as just another of his political conquests. Huge special interests want this amnesty and Schumer is going to find out how he can pass it.

    Unfortunately, logic and compassion and knowledge can have no effect on politicians like Schumer on this subject. The only thing that can pull them off their path is a firestorm of political reaction.

    Before the weekend, light some fire.

    In addition to your own U.S. Senators, know that the following Members of the Judiciary Committee especially need to hear from you. They will be deciding whether an amnesty comes to a vote.

    ARIZONA
    Sen. Kyl (R)
    202-224-4521

    CALIFORNIA
    Sen. Feinstein (D)
    202-224-3841

    DELAWARE
    Sen. Kaufman (D)
    202-224-5042

    ILLINOIS
    Sen. Durbin (D)
    202-224-2152

    IOWA
    Sen. Gra ssley (R)
    202-224-3744

    MARYLAND
    Sen. Cardin (D)
    202-224-4524

    MINNESOTA
    Sen. Klobuchar (D)
    202-224-3244

    NEW YORK
    Sen. Schumer (D)
    202-224-6542

    OKLAHOMA
    Sen. Coburn (R)
    202-224-5754

    OREGON
    Sen. Wyden (D)
    202-224-5244

    PENNSYLVANIA
    Sen. Specter (D)
    202-224-5653

    RHODE ISLAND
    Sen. Whitehouse (D)
    202-224-2921

    SOUTH CAROLINA
    Sen. Graham (R)
    202-224-5972

    TEXAS
    Sen. Cornyn (R)
    202-224-2934

    UTAH
    Sen. Hatch (R)
    202-224-5251

    VERMONT
    Sen. Leahy (D)
    202-224-4242

    WISCONSIN
    Sen. Feingold (D)
    202-224-5323

    Sen. Kohl (D)
    202-224-5653
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    Use this zip code site to give out the correct number when calling a Senator.

    http://www.zip-code-database.org/

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    Thank you for this link LawEnforcer.

    Senator Sellouts out in force as usual, choosing foreign workers over the citizens who voted them in to office and who they are supposed to represent. It doesn't escape me however, that lobbying efforts by pro open borders and fraud at the ballot box assists these Congress people.

    Luke 24:46,47
    Matthew 19:26
    But Jesus beheld them, and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible.
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    800.828.0498

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    800.833.6354 press 1 for congress 2 for white house

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    charge them with Nonfeasance for refusing to enforce the law

    Everyone of those refusing to enforce the law should be charged with Nonfeasance of office, the refusal to do that which should be done. It is time to bring legal charges against non-performing officials from the President on down, they were hired to do enforce our laws and protect U.S. Citizens yet they work to protect Non-Citizens who have broken multiple laws to get here and MUST break the law to stay, why are they not being prosecuted?

    Ours laws are supposed to be enforced EQUALLY, anytime the government PROTECTS lawbreakers by refusing to enforce laws they create a 'Special Class of People' who are ABOVE the law! Un-equal protection for non-citizens defeats the Civil Rights marches of the 60's and 70's that rightfully demanded EQUAL PROTECTION for ALL CITIZENS. Just in case you don't realize it equal protection REQUIRES equal prosecution of the law for ALL PEOPLE, including Citizens.

    How do we file charges?
    Nonfeasance of office, the refusal to do that which should be done. Officials do not enforce the law, grounds for dismissal and prosecution for refusing to do what they were hired to do!

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    Greenspan says illegal immigration is good for business. Yes, its good for buisenesses who profit from cheap labor and bringing down wages.

    Greenspan is a joke! This man is the one who gave Wall Street easy money, licored them up, and investors went on a lending spree.

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    Start calling the above members of the Judiciary Committee. Lines are open now.
    Join our efforts to Secure America's Borders and End Illegal Immigration by Joining ALIPAC's E-Mail Alerts network (CLICK HERE)

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    I e-mailed, and have been calling, but keep getting the message to call later, lines are busy. There's times I wonder if they really are, or if they just take the phone off the hook.
    Join our efforts to Secure America's Borders and End Illegal Immigration by Joining ALIPAC's E-Mail Alerts network (CLICK HERE)

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    I have called my state Congressional representatives and will contact other members. We have many Americans out of work, now needing two part times jobs or any job that too many illegal aliens occupy. They must start helping the American people to have quality lives and financial security and stop bowing to foreign governments and the Chamber of Commerce.

    Galatians 6:9 - It is written, "Let us not grow weary in well-doing, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart.
    Matthew 19:26
    But Jesus beheld them, and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible.
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    I suggested to ever senator staffer that another hearing needs to take place, This time have a hearing where every day hard wokring americans can be heard. especially those who have been affected by ilegals. be in a dead family member, or someone who has had identity stolen..

    ARIZONA
    Sen. Kyl (R) -- staffer was nice and took my comment and understood that i feel i have the right to call every senator because what they vote on affects the entire country, not just their own state.


    CALIFORNIA
    Sen. Feinstein (D) -- staffer (heather) was nice and took my comment and understood that i feel i have the right to call every senator because what they vote on affects the entire country, not just their own state.


    DELAWARE
    Sen. Kaufman (D) --- his staffer (erin) was pleasant but then towards the end got a little testy



    ILLINOIS
    Sen. Durbin (D) -- did not call yet. Think he is a waste of breath to try to convince to do the right thing.


    IOWA
    Sen. Grassley (R) -- staffer was nice on the phone and let me get my points across. and understood that its hard to have fair hearings when the witnesses were 6-1 who favored amnesty


    MARYLAND
    Sen. Cardin (D) -- staffer was okay. took comments said he would pass them on


    MINNESOTA
    Sen. Klobuchar (D) -- Staffer was nice at first. understood the 6-1 and how one sided the hearing was. understood that the american people who were victims of illegals need to be heard as well.


    NEW YORK
    Sen. Schumer (D) -- phones are busy. guess I will have to call his local offices in NY state


    OKLAHOMA
    Sen. Coburn (R) -- office was very generous with time given on this topic


    OREGON
    Sen. Wyden (D) -- staffer was very nice. took my comments. Told him that we need to worry about american citizens and not big business wanting cheap labor for profits


    PENNSYLVANIA
    Sen. Specter (D) - this loser's phones were also busy


    RHODE ISLAND
    Sen. Whitehouse (D) -- Staffer very pleasant, under stood the meeting was one sided and that Schumer chastized kobach. understood that this is a problem. Brough up bisbee, AZ whose hospital has closed because of this problem and that the nearest hospital is now 75 miles away, one way down a two lane road


    SOUTH CAROLINA
    Sen. Graham (R) -- this traitor's phones were busy three times


    TEXAS
    Sen. Cornyn (R) -- Called Dallas office. Had a pleasant conversation with staffer to said he would pass all comments on to the senator. stated if he votes yes on any amnesty, i will NEVER support him for anything

    UTAH--
    Sen. Hatch (R) -- Staffer very accomodating.

    VERMONT--
    Sen. Leahy (D) -- wanted to only take calls from Vermont citizens. said that he has a separate office and was transferred to the judiciary committee phones.


    WISCONSIN--
    Sen. Feingold (D) -- very accomandating. did not have a problem that i was from another state, took my comments


    Sen. Kohl (D) -- very pleasant and underestanding. had to let them know i called any senator when legislation in DC is proposed because it affects the entire country. Ended up transferred back to the capitol operator



    will edit this as more calls are made

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