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    Carl Levin (D-MI) US Senate Voted for Amnesty for Illegal Aliens

    Carl Levin (D-MI) US Senate Voted for Amnesty for Illegal Aliens




    Carl Levin added to ALIPAC's Illegal alien amnesty list October 1, 2014

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    Carl Levin Amnesty Support Summary

    Senator Carl Levin more than "supports amnesty" for illegal aliens, this senator is one of 68 sellouts in Washington who actually voted for and passed the illegal immigrant amnesty bill S. 744 out of the US Senate in June of 2013 in an effort to get the bill to Obama's desk.

    This illegal alien amnesty bill is called
    "S. 744: Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act"

    Carl Levin's vote for amnesty for millions of illegal aliens does not reflect the wishes of a large majority of voters in America.


    The bill was stopped in the House due to hard fought battles by true conservatives in the US House and illegal immigration activist groups like NumbersUSA and ALIPAC!

    This senator's illegal alien amnesty bill S. 744 would have given citizenship and eventual voting rights to more than ten million illegal aliens, allowing them to form a new voting bloc in American elections and paralyzing any future border or immigration law enforcement designed to protect Americans.

    S. 744 would have cost US taxpayers trillions of dollars in future federal expenses while leaving our states open to further invasion and larger future waves of unstoppable illegal immigration due to the undermining of America's laws, borders, the Constitution, and the Republic by those who voted for and passed the illegal immigration Amnesty bill S. 744.

    S. 744 would have cost millions of Americans their jobs while pushing down American wages even lower, and would have increased the number of Americans being killed by illegal immigrants each year due to the nonenforcement of our existing immigration laws.
    Last edited by working4change; 11-17-2014 at 03:26 PM.
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