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Posted: 3/31/2006 5:25:24 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/31/2006 5:25:46 PM EDT by Slave1]
Here is the letter I sent to John McCain, Jon Kyl, Bill Frist, Trent Franks, Cheney, & Bush.

I am writing you to address the problem of illegal immigration. I am against any kind of guest worker program, amnesty, etc. We should be focusing our efforts on enforcement of existing laws, not making new laws with lax or no enforcement. I have voted only for republican candidates in all the elections I could ever vote in. I am not going to send you or any other republican candidate any money for your 2006 elections if you vote for a guest worker or amnesty for ILLEGAL aliens in this country. I will not vote for any candidate who votes to give these criminals amnesty or a temporary legal status. They have broken the law and should be punished accordingly. Don’t lose the senate over the issue of illegal immigration. I will be watching how you vote on this issue and voting accordingly.

How did I do?

Please feel free to copy this and use it for your own senators.
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 5:29:24 PM EDT
Well written. Good job.
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 5:29:37 PM EDT
This is a reply from an Email I sent Bill Frist about immigration.

Dear Friend:

Thank you for contacting me regarding comprehensive immigration reform. It is an honor to serve you as the Majority Leader of the United States Senate and a privilege to respond to your concerns.

Today there are 10 to 12 million undocumented aliens living in the United States, and many Americans believe that our immigration policies are in need of serious review. As a nation of immigrants who honor the rule of law, I believe we must make it a priority to secure our borders as a part of any effort to reform our immigration policies.

In order to address this issue I have introduced S. 2454, the Securing America’s Border Act, a billion-dollar down payment that focuses on border security and interior law enforcement and will enable the Senate to pursue comprehensive immigration reform. My proposal will add resources to border protection, give our immigration-enforcement officials new legal tools, invest in physical barriers and electronic surveillance equipment at the borders and make it easier for employers to ensure that they hire only citizens and legal residents. We need to make these investments because maintaining a secure border ranks among the most fundamental missions of any sovereign nation

While our country needs security at our borders in order to slow the flow of illegal immigration and enhance our national security, we still need to do more. A majority of the people who enter America illegally, after all, come here to work. Among other things, the full Senate will need to address ways we can balance security interests with our economy's labor needs. In the long term, our government needs to work on policies that encourage democracy and prosperity abroad which will also address our immigration crisis by reducing the number of people who feel that coming to the United States is their only option.

Let me be clear, I do not support amnesty, but I do understand the labor challenges facing our nation, and, as Majority Leader, I will continue to work with my colleagues to address this critical problem in the 109th Congress. On the basis of sound immigration policy, we can protect our borders, and continue to welcome legal immigrants, and in doing both we will improve the lives of all Americans.

Sincerely,


William H. Frist, M.D.
Majority Leader
United States Senate

P.S. Please visit http://frist.senate.gov to register for my e-mail newsletter.

Link Posted: 3/31/2006 5:30:30 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/31/2006 5:30:51 PM EDT by Sawed-off]
Nothing wrong with voicing your opinion!
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 5:33:44 PM EDT

Originally Posted By zoe17:
This is a reply from an Email I sent Bill Frist about immigration.

Dear Friend:

Thank you for contacting me regarding comprehensive immigration reform. It is an honor to serve you as the Majority Leader of the United States Senate and a privilege to respond to your concerns.

Today there are 10 to 12 million undocumented aliens living in the United States, and many Americans believe that our immigration policies are in need of serious review. As a nation of immigrants who honor the rule of law, I believe we must make it a priority to secure our borders as a part of any effort to reform our immigration policies.

In order to address this issue I have introduced S. 2454, the Securing America’s Border Act, a billion-dollar down payment that focuses on border security and interior law enforcement and will enable the Senate to pursue comprehensive immigration reform. My proposal will add resources to border protection, give our immigration-enforcement officials new legal tools, invest in physical barriers and electronic surveillance equipment at the borders and make it easier for employers to ensure that they hire only citizens and legal residents. We need to make these investments because maintaining a secure border ranks among the most fundamental missions of any sovereign nation

While our country needs security at our borders in order to slow the flow of illegal immigration and enhance our national security, we still need to do more. A majority of the people who enter America illegally, after all, come here to work. Among other things, the full Senate will need to address ways we can balance security interests with our economy's labor needs. In the long term, our government needs to work on policies that encourage democracy and prosperity abroad which will also address our immigration crisis by reducing the number of people who feel that coming to the United States is their only option.

Let me be clear, I do not support amnesty, but I do understand the labor challenges facing our nation, and, as Majority Leader, I will continue to work with my colleagues to address this critical problem in the 109th Congress. On the basis of sound immigration policy, we can protect our borders, and continue to welcome legal immigrants, and in doing both we will improve the lives of all Americans.

Sincerely,


William H. Frist, M.D.
Majority Leader
United States Senate

P.S. Please visit http://frist.senate.gov to register for my e-mail newsletter.




So is he saying he is for a guest worker program? If so the republicans can kiss the senate goodbye. A lot of people around here are upset about this, and the senate is treating it like a joke.
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 5:35:27 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Sawed-off:
Nothing wrong with voicing your opinion!



far better than sitting on a website bitching. and not doing anything about it. i wrote my senators a little while back, and again last week. here are the replies i got the first time.


From the Office of Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL):
Dear Mr. Tanerite:

Thank you for contacting me with your concerns about border security.
We are truly a nation of immigrants, and our diversity is one of our country’s greatest strengths. At the same time, the influx of illegal immigrants across our borders provides special challenges to U.S. immigration policies, and we cannot ignore violations of U.S. immigration law. The uncontrolled flow of people across our border poses a serious threat to our national security as it could allow terrorist to sneak into the country. Additionally, the U.S. should urge the Mexican government to put an end to all activities that encourage illegal and dangerous crossings of our border.
Recently, I supported the Homeland Security Appropriations bill (H.R. 2360) that set aside $6 billion for customs and border security to keep unauthorized people and goods from entering the country, which is $627 million more than what was authorized in FY 2005. Under the bill, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which enforces immigration laws in the U.S. such as immigrant employment practices, would receive $3.8 billion, a $200 million dollar increase from last year's enacted budget.
Please know that I share your concerns about border security and will keep them in mind. Don’t hesitate to contact me again.




From the Office of Senator Mel Martinez (R-FL):
Dear Mr. Tanerite:

Thank you for contacting me regarding immigration reform. I appreciate hearing from you and would like to respond to your concerns.

Like you, I strongly believe that one way to safeguard our homeland and halt the flow of illegal immigrants is to work tirelessly to secure our borders. On October 28, 2005, President George W. Bush signed into law the Homeland Security Appropriations bill for fiscal year 2006 (P.L. 109-90), which includes more than $30 billion to protect our homeland. It specifically sets aside $2.3 billion for the Border Patrol to improve and expand its stations, to install and improve fencing, lighting, and vehicle barriers along the border, and to acquire technologies, such as portable imaging machines, sensors and automated targeting systems that focus on high-risk travelers and goods. However, this is just a start, as Congress begins to review the President's recently submitted fiscal year 2007 budget request. Please know, I will continue to work with my colleagues to ensure substantial additional resources are made available to the Department of Homeland Security and the Border Patrol.

There were approximately four million illegal immigrants living in the United States, when Congress last addressed the issue of comprehensive immigration reform in 1986. Today, it is estimated there are more than 11 million. Those immigrants who enter our country illegally, and those who employ them, disrespect the rule of law. We live in a time where terrorists are challenging our borders, and we simply cannot allow people to pour into the United States undetected, undocumented, and unchecked. Americans are right to demand better border security and better enforcement of immigration law.

Further, American employers need to take responsibility when determining the immigration status of individuals they hire. Too often illegal immigrants attempt to enter the United States chasing the promise of a job, only to risk survival and face even death crossing the desert or never find a job at all. In the interest of cheap labor, unscrupulous employers look the other way when employees provide fraudulent citizenship documents. This hurts both American workers and immigrants whose sole aim is to work hard and get ahead. It is imperative that we implement a simple, fool-proof and mandatory mechanism for all employers to check the legal status of new hires.

In an effort to further protect our nation, we must contend with scores of illegal immigrants living and working within our borders without our knowing their identity or background. That is why we need to develop a guest-worker program that will replace the flow of illegals with a regulated stream of legal immigrants who enter the United States after a series of checks. This would enhance our nation's security by protecting our citizens from terrorists that may exploit the openness of our society.

If we hope to bring the 11 million undocumented immigrants out into the open, we must give them a reason. This means granting those with jobs interim legal status to work with the opportunity, after paying penalties and without amnesty to eventually earn citizenship. We can do this by imposing a hefty fine for having illegally entered out country, and by forcing the undocumented to go to the back of the line in their pursuit of citizenship. The interim status should only apply to those already here, so as to not open the door for others.

We cannot claim to have dealt with the problems of illegal immigration if we ignore the illegal resident population or pretend that they will leave voluntarily. Some of the proposed ideas in Congress provide a temporary legal status and call for deportation, but fail to answer how the government would successfully deport this large amount of people. If temporary legal status is granted, but the policy says these immigrants are never good enough to become Americans, then the policy makes little sense. However, without solving the porous border or incentive problem the population of illegals will only grow.

Successful, comprehensive immigration reform can be achieved by combining strong border control legislation with a realistic workplace and an earned citizenship program. These three pillars of immigration reform are found in three separate pieces of legislation I have cosponsored -- the Strengthening America’s Security Act (S. 1916), the Employment Verification Act (S. 1917), and the Secure America and Orderly Immigration Act (S. 1033). Please know that, I will work with my Senate colleagues to ensure that the ideas included in these important pieces of legislation are incorporated into the immigration reform process.

Again, thank you for sharing your views. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me. In addition, for more information about issues and activities important to Florida, please sign up for my weekly newsletter at http://martinez.senate.gov.

Sincerely,

Mel Martinez
United States Senator



We, as americans, need to keep up the pressure on our elected reps. if we give up than we have already lost.
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 5:40:09 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Napoleon_Tanerite:

Originally Posted By Sawed-off:
Nothing wrong with voicing your opinion!



far better than sitting on a website bitching. and not doing anything about it. i wrote my senators a little while back, and again last week. here are the replies i got the first time.


From the Office of Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL):
Dear Mr. Tanerite:

Thank you for contacting me with your concerns about border security.
We are truly a nation of immigrants, and our diversity is one of our country’s greatest strengths. At the same time, the influx of illegal immigrants across our borders provides special challenges to U.S. immigration policies, and we cannot ignore violations of U.S. immigration law. The uncontrolled flow of people across our border poses a serious threat to our national security as it could allow terrorist to sneak into the country. Additionally, the U.S. should urge the Mexican government to put an end to all activities that encourage illegal and dangerous crossings of our border.
Recently, I supported the Homeland Security Appropriations bill (H.R. 2360) that set aside $6 billion for customs and border security to keep unauthorized people and goods from entering the country, which is $627 million more than what was authorized in FY 2005. Under the bill, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which enforces immigration laws in the U.S. such as immigrant employment practices, would receive $3.8 billion, a $200 million dollar increase from last year's enacted budget.
Please know that I share your concerns about border security and will keep them in mind. Don’t hesitate to contact me again.




From the Office of Senator Mel Martinez (R-FL):
Dear Mr. Tanerite:

Thank you for contacting me regarding immigration reform. I appreciate hearing from you and would like to respond to your concerns.

Like you, I strongly believe that one way to safeguard our homeland and halt the flow of illegal immigrants is to work tirelessly to secure our borders. On October 28, 2005, President George W. Bush signed into law the Homeland Security Appropriations bill for fiscal year 2006 (P.L. 109-90), which includes more than $30 billion to protect our homeland. It specifically sets aside $2.3 billion for the Border Patrol to improve and expand its stations, to install and improve fencing, lighting, and vehicle barriers along the border, and to acquire technologies, such as portable imaging machines, sensors and automated targeting systems that focus on high-risk travelers and goods. However, this is just a start, as Congress begins to review the President's recently submitted fiscal year 2007 budget request. Please know, I will continue to work with my colleagues to ensure substantial additional resources are made available to the Department of Homeland Security and the Border Patrol.

There were approximately four million illegal immigrants living in the United States, when Congress last addressed the issue of comprehensive immigration reform in 1986. Today, it is estimated there are more than 11 million. Those immigrants who enter our country illegally, and those who employ them, disrespect the rule of law. We live in a time where terrorists are challenging our borders, and we simply cannot allow people to pour into the United States undetected, undocumented, and unchecked. Americans are right to demand better border security and better enforcement of immigration law.

Further, American employers need to take responsibility when determining the immigration status of individuals they hire. Too often illegal immigrants attempt to enter the United States chasing the promise of a job, only to risk survival and face even death crossing the desert or never find a job at all. In the interest of cheap labor, unscrupulous employers look the other way when employees provide fraudulent citizenship documents. This hurts both American workers and immigrants whose sole aim is to work hard and get ahead. It is imperative that we implement a simple, fool-proof and mandatory mechanism for all employers to check the legal status of new hires.

In an effort to further protect our nation, we must contend with scores of illegal immigrants living and working within our borders without our knowing their identity or background. That is why we need to develop a guest-worker program that will replace the flow of illegals with a regulated stream of legal immigrants who enter the United States after a series of checks. This would enhance our nation's security by protecting our citizens from terrorists that may exploit the openness of our society.

If we hope to bring the 11 million undocumented immigrants out into the open, we must give them a reason. This means granting those with jobs interim legal status to work with the opportunity, after paying penalties and without amnesty to eventually earn citizenship. We can do this by imposing a hefty fine for having illegally entered out country, and by forcing the undocumented to go to the back of the line in their pursuit of citizenship. The interim status should only apply to those already here, so as to not open the door for others.

We cannot claim to have dealt with the problems of illegal immigration if we ignore the illegal resident population or pretend that they will leave voluntarily. Some of the proposed ideas in Congress provide a temporary legal status and call for deportation, but fail to answer how the government would successfully deport this large amount of people. If temporary legal status is granted, but the policy says these immigrants are never good enough to become Americans, then the policy makes little sense. However, without solving the porous border or incentive problem the population of illegals will only grow.

Successful, comprehensive immigration reform can be achieved by combining strong border control legislation with a realistic workplace and an earned citizenship program. These three pillars of immigration reform are found in three separate pieces of legislation I have cosponsored -- the Strengthening America’s Security Act (S. 1916), the Employment Verification Act (S. 1917), and the Secure America and Orderly Immigration Act (S. 1033). Please know that, I will work with my Senate colleagues to ensure that the ideas included in these important pieces of legislation are incorporated into the immigration reform process.

Again, thank you for sharing your views. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me. In addition, for more information about issues and activities important to Florida, please sign up for my weekly newsletter at http://martinez.senate.gov.

Sincerely,

Mel Martinez
United States Senator



We, as americans, need to keep up the pressure on our elected reps. if we give up than we have already lost.



Your Democrat senator seems to be more conservative than your republican senator. What is happening?
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 5:41:27 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Slave1:

Your Democrat senator seems to be more conservative than your republican senator. What is happening?



Martinez is a cuban immigrant (legal) and tends to sympathize with them. Nelson is in many ways a DINO.
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 5:43:31 PM EDT
here's the text of the letter i wrote them a few days ago:


Letter to Senators Mel Martinez (R-FL) and Bill Nelson (D-FL):

Dear Senator,

I am writing to most strongly urge you to oppose any bill granting amnesty to illegal immigrants and not holding those who help illegal immigrants accountable for their crimes. My wife and I see illegal immigration as the single greatest threat to America today, and the current legislation being proposed is a step in the wrong direction. Politicians seem to be forgetting that illegal immigration is a crime, and those who commit it are criminals. Illegal immigrants are not "guests", "migrants", or any other politically correct term. They are criminals who have invaded our country illegally and who cause great harm to our security and economy.
Any legislation that does not hold these criminals and those who help them 100% accountable is a slap in the face of every immigrant who came to this country legally and worked long and hard to earn the right to call themselves American.
Senator, I once again urge you to accept nothing but a tough stance on illegal immigrants.

Very Respectfully,
Mr. and Mrs. Tanerite

Link Posted: 3/31/2006 5:45:05 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/31/2006 5:46:04 PM EDT by Slave1]

Originally Posted By Napoleon_Tanerite:

Originally Posted By Slave1:

Your Democrat senator seems to be more conservative than your republican senator. What is happening?



Martinez is a cuban immigrant (legal) and tends to sympathize with them. Nelson is in many ways a DINO.



It's happening everywhere. Our govenor a democrat is more for border security than McCain. The republicans are losing their conservative credentials.

ETA: Love your letter! Very well written!
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 5:48:46 PM EDT
My only problem(s) with this whole situation is
1.) If you work in any country of the world and expect the freedoms and protections as the citizens living there, pay the damn taxes everybody has to pay who lives and works there.
2.) I know an "illegal" who personally would do a job I'd never do or would want anybody to do for me a living, potatoes, chickens, and literally shit is all I'll say. Would you do the job for $5 and hour and then send 25% of your paycheck home(oh by the way straight time, no extras other than a shelter I wouldn't let a dog live in and all the potatoes you can eat).
3.) According to own laws we have, would you imprison our forefathers for what they did and the freedoms from that they gave us?
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 5:53:57 PM EDT

Originally Posted By predator611:
My only problem(s) with this whole situation is
1.) If you work in any country of the world and expect the freedoms and protections as the citizens living there, pay the damn taxes everybody has to pay who lives and works there.
2.) I know an "illegal" who personally would do a job I'd never do or would want anybody to do for me a living, potatoes, chickens, and literally shit is all I'll say. Would you do the job for $5 and hour and then send 25% of your paycheck home(oh by the way straight time, no extras other than a shelter I wouldn't let a dog live in and all the potatoes you can eat).
3.) According to own laws we have, would you imprison our forefathers for what they did and the freedoms from that they gave us?



When they get amnesty, do you think they will work for $5 an hour? They will demand a better job and pay. They only do the dirty work because other lines of work are too regulated. What laws do we have now that would have imprisoned the founding fathers?
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 5:55:42 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Slave1:

Originally Posted By predator611:
My only problem(s) with this whole situation is
1.) If you work in any country of the world and expect the freedoms and protections as the citizens living there, pay the damn taxes everybody has to pay who lives and works there.
2.) I know an "illegal" who personally would do a job I'd never do or would want anybody to do for me a living, potatoes, chickens, and literally shit is all I'll say. Would you do the job for $5 and hour and then send 25% of your paycheck home(oh by the way straight time, no extras other than a shelter I wouldn't let a dog live in and all the potatoes you can eat).
3.) According to own laws we have, would you imprison our forefathers for what they did and the freedoms from that they gave us?



When they get amnesty, do you think they will work for $5 an hour? They will demand a better job and pay. They only do the dirty work because other lines of work are too regulated. What laws do we have now that would have imprisoned the founding fathers?



the janitors here at U Miami just went on strike. About half their work force is illegal immigrants. They demanded health benefits, and a large pay hike, AND THEY WON! Imagine what they will do when they have full recourse in court.
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:01:01 PM EDT
We are damned if we do and damned if we don't. If we give them amnesty prices go up because now they are legal and have to be paid more. If we deport them prices go up because we have to hire Americans to do the work for more money.
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:01:02 PM EDT
Don't forget to write your congressman too to stand firm with the House bill
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:02:41 PM EDT

Originally Posted By alaman:
Don't forget to write your congressman too to stand firm with the House bill



Trent Franks is my congressman, I rarely have to get on him because he is usually on the right side of things. I also stop by his Phoenix office and leave messages too.
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:08:36 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Slave1:

Originally Posted By alaman:
Don't forget to write your congressman too to stand firm with the House bill



Trent Franks is my congressman, I rarely have to get on him because he is usually on the right side of things. I also stop by his Phoenix office and leave messages too.



just sent the same letter i sent to the senators to my HOR rep, Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL)
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:11:21 PM EDT
Is everybody here sending letters? Is it just us? Do people realize that these illegals are getting more violent? The AZ attorney general released a statistic that 85% of crime in downtown Phoenix area is from illegal aliens. It's about more than money! It's a safety issue!
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:14:44 PM EDT
This ought to be fun - finalizing my letters to GAG - Schumer and Clinton.

Questions, I'm raising

"Dubai Port deal" Where are their outcries NOW of foreign interests taking over US policy?????
Flag Issues - Schools and vadalism - ARE they choosing to ignore US Codes regarding proper respect fo the US Flag

Any other thoughts I should mention fellas......aside from I want to try out my new AR upper?
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:19:48 PM EDT
I wrote Brownback several times about this issue. He is one of my Senators. I have wrote my House Rep. numerous times. I have probably sent between my two senators and my House Rep about 100 faxes on the immigration issue. Brownback has never taken the time to email or a letter back to me. I WILL not vote for that arrogant man. If the Democrats run a looser against him then I just don't vote for either one. My other Senator Pat Roberts has reply-ed several times to my letters and faxes House Rep is great and I fully support him. Check this website out and register. They pay for the faxing to your government representatives. Have Fun. www.numbersusa.com/index
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:20:02 PM EDT

Originally Posted By HKgnnr:
This ought to be fun - finalizing my letters to GAG - Schumer and Clinton.

Questions, I'm raising

"Dubai Port deal" Where are their outcries NOW of foreign interests taking over US policy?????
Flag Issues - Schools and vadalism - ARE they choosing to ignore US Codes regarding proper respect fo the US Flag

Any other thoughts I should mention fellas......aside from I want to try out my new AR upper?



heh... hate to say it, but you'll probably get the same ammount of help with a letter to santa. not to say you shouldnt write- ever letter helps.

talk about safety- hit and run accidents involving illegals, border kidnappings, MS13 gang
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:21:27 PM EDT

Originally Posted By copenhagen:
I wrote Brownback several times about this issue. He is one of my Senators. I have wrote my House Rep. numerous times. I have probably sent between my two senators and my House Rep about 100 faxes on the immigration issue. Brownback has never taken the time to email or a letter back to me. I WILL not vote for that arrogant man. If the Democrats run a looser against him then I just don't vote for either one. My other Senator Pat Roberts has reply-ed several times to my letters and faxes House Rep is great and I fully support him. Check this website out and register. They pay for the faxing to your government representatives. Have Fun. www.numbersusa.com/index



we should just fax every post by 22bad to all our reps. he always posts the articles on illegals
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:22:17 PM EDT

Originally Posted By HKgnnr:
This ought to be fun - finalizing my letters to GAG - Schumer and Clinton.

Questions, I'm raising

"Dubai Port deal" Where are their outcries NOW of foreign interests taking over US policy?????
Flag Issues - Schools and vadalism - ARE they choosing to ignore US Codes regarding proper respect fo the US Flag

Any other thoughts I should mention fellas......aside from I want to try out my new AR upper?



Try immagrant related violent crimes being on the rise.

Mention that they get welfare and send the money back to Mexico.

You can add that they recieve free healthcare.

You might want to mention that they can get away with drinking and driving, leaving the scene of an accident, hit and run, running red lights, etc. The law basically does not apply to them because if the police arrest them then that department is responsible for deporting them, costing the department big money. I see them get away with traffic violations all the time.

You can also mention that they are destroying the fragile desert enviroment when the cross and litter and steal, etc.

The list goes on...
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:24:47 PM EDT
LOL - I'm using the word SWALLOW in Clinton's Email


Okay....back to work.
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:27:53 PM EDT

Originally Posted By HKgnnr:
LOL - I'm using the word SWALLOW in Clinton's Email


Okay....back to work.



Not to highjack my own thread but, I wouldn't use the word swallow in a letter to Hillary Clinton. The very idea makes me sick.
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:32:46 PM EDT
Just emailed Bush, Cheney, McCain, and Frist.
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:34:39 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Napoleon_Tanerite:
Just emailed Bush, Cheney, McCain, and Frist.



I emailed them all earlier. There seems no point in trying with McCain, but I do anyway. I just found out that I can't vote him out until 2011!
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:36:21 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Slave1:

Originally Posted By Napoleon_Tanerite:
Just emailed Bush, Cheney, McCain, and Frist.



I emailed them all earlier. There seems no point in trying with McCain, but I do anyway. I just found out that I can't vote him out until 2011!



it never hurts to call an asshole an asshole. if he gets enough correspondence from enough people it may make an effect, especially if he wants to be POTUS
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:37:44 PM EDT
Tell Hitlery Bill is havingsex with illegals
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:49:08 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Napoleon_Tanerite:

Originally Posted By copenhagen:
I wrote Brownback several times about this issue. He is one of my Senators. I have wrote my House Rep. numerous times. I have probably sent between my two senators and my House Rep about 100 faxes on the immigration issue. Brownback has never taken the time to email or a letter back to me. I WILL not vote for that arrogant man. If the Democrats run a looser against him then I just don't vote for either one. My other Senator Pat Roberts has reply-ed several times to my letters and faxes House Rep is great and I fully support him. Check this website out and register. They pay for the faxing to your government representatives. Have Fun. www.numbersusa.com/index



we should just fax every post by 22bad to all our reps. he always posts the articles on illegals



I wonder where 22Bad has been. He came up with some good articles.
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:55:42 PM EDT
We need to get this same type letter to Bill Frist. He is thinking about a run for the White House. Maybe our pressure can persuade him to drop the guest worker amnsety.

I don't know why I am optimistic, just stupid I guess.
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 6:57:46 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Slave1:
We need to get this same type letter to Bill Frist. He is thinking about a run for the White House. Maybe our pressure can persuade him to drop the guest worker amnsety.

I don't know why I am optimistic, just stupid I guess.



feel free to use my letter if you want.
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 7:02:56 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Napoleon_Tanerite:

Originally Posted By Slave1:
We need to get this same type letter to Bill Frist. He is thinking about a run for the White House. Maybe our pressure can persuade him to drop the guest worker amnsety.

I don't know why I am optimistic, just stupid I guess.



feel free to use my letter if you want.



I will.

Truthfully, I have already copied it.
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