Wednesday, June 27, 2007

White House Report Hides the Real Costs of Amnesty and Low Skill Immigration

Heritage In Focus: Immigration: What Would Reagan Do?
Edwin Meese III- "Heritage's Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow Edwin Meese says the Senate should learn from the immigration reform mistakes of the 1980s."

Mr. Meese served as counselor to the President and attorney general in the Reagan Administration and is editor of "The Heritage Guide to the Constitution."

Ok...light up those switchboards & fax lines- today! On your mark...get set....CALL! or send them a book...Activist: Flood Capitol Hill with 'Late Great USA'

Gheen said at least two senators told him, face to face, they knew nothing of developments taking place under the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America agreement the U.S. has with Canada and Mexico in which a broad range of government functions are being streamlined.


Gheen wants citizens to target seven key swing votes in addition to their own senators: Democrat James Webb of Virginia and Republicans Richard Burr of North Carolina, Thad Cochran of Mississippi, John Ensign of Nevada, Judd Gregg of New Hampshire and Norm Coleman of Minnesota.

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