ACTION NEEDED! 5 minutes please? And please send this to your lists.
Senior leadership in the GOP, including the Speaker of the U.S. House is preparing to push for a repeat of the illegal alien amnesty of 1986.
The media is doing a great job of not sounding too many alarm bells, and ”conservative” talk radio and pundits are in on it this time. I am not making this up. On Monday, the GOP was officially pro-enforcement. By Wednesday, almost at exactly the same instant, the exact same talking points came from almost everywhere that it was ”time to solve immigration” with another amnesty AND path to citizenship.
”Conservative” Sean Hannity came out for amnesty and a path to citizenship on the air yesterday. So did Neal Boortz (absolutely zero surprise with Boortz – he wouldn’t even let me on the air to rebut his uneducated rants on ”legalization now”, as I type, he is talking about evolution and bashing Christians). You can read more on this HERE and HERE.
*To get points and detailed education on how Hispanics in general did NOT reward the GOP on the 1986 amnesty, please take the time to read my column on this in today’s MDJ HERE.
”In his run for re-election in 1984, Ronald Reagan promised legalization. And got 37 percent of the Hispanic vote. In 1988, just two years after the GOP delivered amnesty, Republican presidential candidate George H.W. Bush lost the Latino vote by 39 points. Even the super-Hispandering GOP Texan George W. Bush, who promised amnesty in his 2004 re-election campaign, got less than 40 percent of the Hispanic vote. Republican John McCain got 31 percent of the Latino vote despite his promise of amnesty ”on day one” in 2008.
The record low was Bob Dole at 21 percent in 1996 against incumbent Bill Clinton, who had just implemented landmark, meaningful enforcement with ”Operation Gatekeeper,” a massive project announced in 1994 ”to restore integrity and safety to the nation’s busiest border” that secured the American/Mexican border in San Diego. Pro-enforcement Democrat Clinton won in a landslide with 72 percent of the Hispanic vote.
Documenting millions of resentful undocumented Democrats is a crack-pot method to elect a Republican president.”
In a hope to remain in Washington DC at taxpayer expense, Republican’s in Congress are being told to toe the line on another amnesty.
So far today, I have spoken to US Senator Johnny Isakson’s office, Congressman Tom Price’s office also the press people and staff at and Ga Congressmen Tom Graves office and sent questions to Senator Chambliss office. NO ONE IN ANY OF THE OFFICES I HAVE DEALT WITH TODAY EVEN HAS AN OFFICIAL POSITION ON THE LATEST GOP SELL-OUT ON AMENSTY!
We need to get this info out, because the press will hide this sell-out scandal under the ”fiscal cliff” issue, so as not to wake up too many angry pro-enforcement Americans in 2007.
ACTION NEEDED Here is what we are asking from you today, Monday and early next week: Please continually call, email or even fax the questions listed below to both of Georgia’s U.S. Senators and your own Ga. Congressman. If you ignore this until late next week, it will signal to the politicians that you are either too tired to fight back, unconcerned or not paying attention. Demand answers and don’t be afraid to make your voice heard. There is another election in two years, and they are assuming you are completely exhausted from the long, failed campaign and will forget about this betrayal by then.
*******Please do the same for your own if you live in other states.********
The message is that the GOP cannot expect to survive by adopting Obama’s pandering positions and anti-enforcement agenda. And that we know this is as much for the Chamber of Commerce as it is for anything else.
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Questions to be asked via phone or email of the GOP elected officials (U.S. Senators & U.S. Congressmen) in Washington who told us they were ”conservatives” and that we need to increase opportunities for JOBS JOBS JOBS for Americans – be nice to the staffers!:
Does theboss (Senator or Congressman)supportandwill he vote YES on the newest GOP move to amnesty and a path to citizenship for illegal aliens?
The 2007 legislation aimed at amnesty shut down the Senate telephone system because of angry opposition from the GOP voters – how do you think the base will react out this time?
As late as Monday, November 5th, you and the GOP were officially pro-enforcement on immigration. By Wednesday evening, the common talking points for