Today we must rally and charge against Obama's dictatorial decree that is the Dream Act Amnesty we have defeated together many times.
Over 59% of Americans oppose the Dream Act Amnesty concept with only 22% supporting, according to a Rasmussen poll from 2007. There is a lot of propaganda being spread now that is designed to get you to lie down and submit, and if you fall for it, we are all doomed.
Come rally with us ALIPACers, and let us get on the phones today! We must call today as if a vote on Amnesty legislation could happen at any moment! The Amnesty traitors are hoping that you will grumble under your invisible yoke of slavery and then go back to sleep after Obama's orders.
Rise up and move as one!
TO THE SENATE!
We have a tough battle ahead in the US Senate! It is filled with arrogant Amnesty supporters like Harry Reid who were elected by illegal alien voters pouring out of the Nevada casinos into the voting booths. Many will not listen and those of you in California have it bad.
We need to saturate the US Senate with calls, emails, faxes, and letters today, demanding action against Obama's dictates and his Amnesty orders.
Step 1: Call US Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) and Jim DeMint (R-SC) and ask them to lead the charge.
Sample Message: "I'm calling/writing to ask Senator ________ to lead an effort to use the US Constitution to assert the supremacy of Congress and stop Obama's unlawful Amnesty orders that bypass the Congress, our elections, the public, and the Constitution. Americans should not suffer under a dictatorship, and we should not suffer any form of Amnesty for illegal aliens like the one Obama has created by fiat!
Senator Jim DeMint (SC)
167 Russell Senate Office Building
United States Senate
Washington, DC 20510
DC Phone: 202-224-6121
DC Fax: 202-228-5143
Senator Jeff Sessions (AL)
326 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510 -0104
DC Main: (202) 224-4124
DC Fax: (202) 224-3149
Step 2: Please contact the 2 US Senators from your state with a similar call followed by a written version. When you are done calling your US Senators, then please call as many US Senators as you have time for today.
US Senate Contact Info List
Step 3: Make sure you help us saturate the US Senate today. Always remember when so many of us called against Amnesty in 2007 we shut down the US Capitol phone system! The lawmakers certainly remember. Also, make sure that you have bombarded your state lawmakers with the poll and messages we gave you yesterday. Today, Americans in all states are thinking about the US Supreme Court ruling and how they want their state to stand up like Arizona. Here is yesterday's alert, please make sure you have saturated your state lawmakers with appeals to stand up against illegal immigration on the state level...
Volunteers Needed to Prep for Supreme Court Ruling on Arizona's Law
Do not be dismayed and do not wait for some talking head on your TV screen to tell you it is time to move. The elites have that locked down this time and it is up to us!
Rally ALIPACers! Let's get on the phones together today by the thousands!
William Gheen and The ALIPAC Team
PS: Your feedback, suggestions, questions, concerns, and updates on your progress are welcome at this activism support link....
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Smith is chairman of the House Judiciary Committee.
Data Source - Bureau of Labor Statistics Unemployment Report, June 1, 2012. In addition:
Construction, extraction occupations = 14.2% Unemployment
Farming, fishing, forestry occupations = 10.7% Unemployment
Transportation, material moving occupations = 10.1% Unemployment
Production occupations = 8.8% Unemployment
Service occupations = 8.8% Unemployment
Total Adjusted US Unemployed Citizens and Legal Residents = 12,720,000
This figure and the above rates exclude 6,291,000 Persons who want a job but are left out of the above statistics for various reasons.
Total Number of Americans Looking for Work = 19,011,000
That means real unemployment rates for the occupations above are about 50% larger when excluded people are included.
Pew Center estimates indicate 7.3 million “undocumented, non quasi-legal” Immigrants work in the USA illegally. A Pew study "estimated that illegal immigrants fill a quarter of all agricultural jobs, 17 percent of office and house cleaning positions, 14 percent of construction jobs and 12 percent in food preparation." That means the vast majority of these jobs are done by American Workers. These professions are where unemployment is worst for American Workers.
Meanwhile Management, professional, and related occupations where few Illegal Immigrants work has a 4.0% Unemployment rate.