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Eagle Forum Alert
May 23, 2006

UPDATE! — May 26, 2006
Amnesty Vote Expected in Senate this Week!

Tell your Senators to vote NO on the Hagel-Martinez Amnesty!

STOP the Amnesty Petition

This is the moment of truth for the United States Senate. Will they sell out American workers or will they secure our border and enforce our immigration laws? After weeks of debate, the Senate will likely vote this week on the Hagel-Martinez amnesty bill (S. 2611).

So far, the Senate has completely ignored the will of the American people by:

  • Granting amnesty to up to 12 million illegal aliens currently in the United States

  • Granting amnesty for all employers who have employed illegal aliens

  • Calling for a massive low-skill guest worker program, importing up to 200,000 guest workers each year and putting them on the path to citizenship

  • Granting Social Security benefits to illegal aliens

  • Increasing legal immigration by up to 66 million new immigrants over the next twenty years
According to a Zogby poll released earlier this month, Americans overwhelmingly support the House approach — enforcement first — to immigration reform. They oppose the Senate approach to immigration reform — increasing legal immigration and granting citizenship to illegal aliens. (Zogby poll, Center for Immigration Studies, May 3, 2006).

A vote on final passage of the Hagel-Martinez amnesty bill will likely occur this week! Your voice is needed to send a clear message that the American people oppose any kind of guest-worker/amnesty bill!

You should also call your Representative and tell them to continue standing for the American people and oppose any guest-worker/amnesty bill the Senate sends them.

Take Action

 Urge your Senator to vote NO on the Hagel-Martinez Amnesty bill!!!

Call Your Member of Congress Today!

Capitol Switchboard: (202)-224-3121

Senate E-mail addresses

Further Reading: Amnesty

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