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    RED ALERT! Senators Agree to Revive Immigration Bill

    ALIPAC ACTIVISTS. It is time for all of us to get on the phones again immediately and lead the backlash charge that will come from the public when they hear this news.

    Make your first call to Frist's offices and deliver the message "You can forget about ever being President for your support of amnesty bigboy!"

    Senator William H. Frist (R- TN) 202-224-3344 202-228-1264 http://frist.senate.gov/index.cfm?FuseA ... ontactForm

    Then we have a simple message for the rest of the Senate. "Freeze! Put down the pen and step away from the legislation slowly. We do not need new laws. Enforce our existing laws. Each member of the Senate that supports any law change allowing illegal aliens to stay will face the voter wrath at the polls and will be brought home."

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    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Senate leaders reached a deal Thursday on reviving a broad immigration bill that could provide millions of illegal immigrants a chance to become American citizens and said they'll try to pass it before Memorial Day. (AMNESTY)

    The agreement brokered by Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn (aka SellOut Boy)., and Minority Harry Reid, D-Nev., breaks a political stalemate that has lingered for weeks while immigrants and their supporters held rallies, boycotts and protests to push for action.

    "We congratulate the Senate on reaching agreement and we look forward to passage of a bill prior to Memorial Day," said Dana Perino, deputy White House press secretary. (America Sold Down the River)

    Key to the agreement is who will be negotiating a compromise with the House, which last December passed an enforcement-only bill that would subject the estimated 11 million to 12 million illegal immigrants in the United States to felony charges as well as deportation. (Current law already calls for their deportation. It is a felony to illegally immigrate to Mexico. It is a misdemeanor on your first charge and felony on your second charge in the US already)

    Frist said the Senate will send 14 Republicans and 12 Democrats to negotiate with the House, with seven of the Republicans and five Democrats coming from the Judiciary Committee. The remaining seven Republicans will be chosen by Frist and remaining seven Democrats chosen by Reid.

    Frist said a "considerable" number of amendments would be debated when the Senate begins debating the bill early next week.

    It would be the most comprehensive rewrite of immigration laws since the so-called Simpson-Mazzoli bill some 20 years ago. (They are trying to Rewrite to avoid enforcing the current laws of our nation!)

    Reid acknowledged on the Senate floor Thursday morning that he "didn't get everything that I wanted" in the agreement, but said Frist didn't either. Reaching the agreement is "not easy with the political atmosphere," Reid said.

    Reid had been taking some criticism for refusing to move forward on the bill after complaining that Republicans were trying to undermine it with amendments and insisting that Democrats be allowed to have a say in who serves on the conference committee.

    Republicans, too, have had opposition from conservatives (80% of the American Public actually) to the compromise proposal. These critics consider its path to citizenship provision for illegal immigrants and hundreds of thousands of future guest workers to be tantamount to "amnesty." (Because it is Amnesty which is opposed by 4 of 5 Americans)

    They've also had to contend with fallout from opposition to the House bill that triggered nationwide protests that drew hundreds of thousands in Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas and hundreds more in other cities and small communities.
    (This article failes to mention the fallout from the protests. It is well established that their is a huge national backlash against the goals of the illegal alien protests.)

    Presidential and midyear politics have been a subtext to the immigration debate. Frist and Arizona Sen. John McCain, one of the architects of the legalization proposal, are prominent in speculation for the 2008 GOP presidential nomination. (And you both can forget it.)

    The compromise bill the Senate will consider builds on legislation approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee 12-8, with six Republicans voting and all Democrats approving the measure.

    That measure absorbed a bill drafted by McCain and Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., that called for allowing illegal immigrants to work toward becoming legal permanent residents.

    President Bush had helped accelerate progress on the bill after meeting with a bipartisan group of senators last month and stating clearer support for allowing illegal immigrants a path to citizenship.

    "Business and labor, Democrats and Republicans, religious leaders and the American people strongly support our plan to strengthen borders, provide a path to earned citizenship for those undocumented workers who are here and put in place a realistic guest worker program for the future," Kennedy said. ("and the American people strongly support our plan" THIS IS A LIE. Zogby poll shows 2 to 1 opposition AGAINST this plan!)


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    I am on it W with Frist at the top of my list
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    I called Frist's Tenn. Office and told them how I felt. Also told them to tell him that his chances of EVER becoming president were ZERO because he has turned his back on the wishes of the American people by supporting amnesty . The lady asked for my name and address and I gladly gave it to her. I am now getting ready to call the rest of the traitors.
    "My ancestors gave their life for America, the least I can do is fight to preserve the rights they died for"

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    The line has been steady busy on this end for 10 minutes! Sounds like the backlash calls have already started!

    Reap the whirlwind sellout.

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    Added to the homepage

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    The alert is going out to our national Email Alert List NOW.

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    Okay.
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    I've sent the word out!
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    Don't forget, you can post your opposition at: www.volpac.org , as well.
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    I just got through to Frist's office.

    They are swamped with angry calls from upset Americans.

    I told them my name, that I am a Republican, that I am a lobbyist in the state of NC, that I am a regular voter, that I am a GOP campaign consultant.

    I explained that they must have not gotten the MEMO that Zogby says there is 2 to 1 opposition to this bill and that there is a backlash in the American population after the street protests.

    I told them that I will dedicate the rest of my life to making sure that Senator Frist and Senator McCain NEVER become President of the United States.

    I told them I wanted my message to reach his ears and that I was sending the same message to over 5,000 people as we speak.

    "Put down the pen and step away from the amnesty legislation!"

    Who's with us!?!?!?

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    I just emailed him, and will call now. Also emailed everyone on my email list to get on the phone.
    Deportacion? Si Se Puede!

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