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    illegals_out_now's Avatar
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    Family Research Council Values Voter Immigration Survey!

    Family Research Council, a politically important conservative Christian group, has a "Values Voter Immigration Survey" online poll. You will have to fill in your name and address at the end but if the Family Research Council decides to focus on illegal immigration it's a VERY big deal politically. Link:

    Current results are here:

    Family Research Council was just complaining about conservative Republicans in Congress in a new AP article "Social Issues Top GOP Pre-Election Agenda":
    "It seems like for only six months, every two years — right around election time — that we're even noticed," said Tom McClusky of the Family Research Council.

    Link to AP article, includes reference to Family Research Council "Summit" in Sept, in Washington D.C.: ... _checklist

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    In order of importance, with number "1" being the most important issue, and number "5" the least important, and using only one number for each issue, where would you rank the following issues?
    Judicial activism - 22%
    Reforming health care - 5%
    Protecting man-woman marriage - 19%
    Protecting human life from abortion - 38%
    Stopping illegal immigration - 16%

    The best way to deal with the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants now in the United States would be to:

    Establish a guest worker program that allows illegal immigrants to stay in the United States, pay a fine, and eventually gain full citizenship. - 22%

    Establish strong enforcement policies and impose fines on businesses that knowingly hire illegals. - 54%

    Arrest and deport as many of the 12 million illegal immigrants as possible. - 22%

    Provide full amnesty and naturalize the illegal immigrants on an expedited basis. - 2%

    My view of the requirements of Christian discipleship accords best with the following statement about illegal immigrants:

    Illegal immigrants enter the United States as strangers searching for a better life for themselves and their families and they should be welcomed, not punished or sent home. - 10%

    Illegal immigrants should be treated humanely, but they are breaking properly enacted laws and they should be detected, arrested, and returned to their country of origin.- 90%

    Ballots in American elections should be printed only in English:
    Strongly Agree 77%
    Agree 14%
    Neutral 4%
    Disagree 3%
    Strongly Disagree 2%

    The United States Congress should commit sufficient funds and resources to border security to sharply reduce illegal entry into the country:
    Strongly Agree 80%
    Agree 15%
    Neutral 2%
    Disagree 1%
    Strongly Disagree 1%

    The United States Congress should, if necessary, build a border fence along the U.S. - Mexican border and deploy U.S. armed forces:
    Strongly Agree 57%
    Agree 23%
    Neutral 10%
    Disagree 6%
    Strongly Disagree 4%

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    A Nation Without Borders Is Not A Nation - Ronald Reagan
    Save America, Deport Congress! - Judy

    Support our FIGHT AGAINST illegal immigration & Amnesty by joining our E-mail Alerts at

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    Senior Member Dixie's Avatar
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    4/16 Value Voters Survey on U.S. Policy on Illegal Immig

    Take the Value Voters Survey on U.S. Policy on Illegal Immigration
    Click the green bar that says take the survey

    it takes you to this page

    Take it more than once, I have. You might have to wait a day

    I feel like I'm cheating but I lack the guilt.
    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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