Sen. Inhofe Secure Borders Petition

27 06 2007

Cross posted from   Bear Creek Ledger

Online petition from Sen. James Inhofe:

Members of the United State Senate,I am one of the millions of Americans who believes our first priority as a nation should be to secure our borders by enforcing existing laws. Amnesty is not the solution.

I urge you to vote against the immigration reform bill currently being considered in the Senate and to oppose any future effort that undermines our national security or grants amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants.

You can leave a message with your signed petition. Inhofe’s Secure Borders Now Blog

GO.SIGN.IT.NOW!

h/t Powerline Blog

CAII News:

Hello Americans, you are now officially obstacles

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email stiknstein-at-gmail-dot-com and let us know at what level you would like to participate

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28 06 2007
bob

I have had my first PC for about a month. Please forgive me for all of my mistakes. Please go see my comment. Go to youtube.com . click on youtube.com.broadcast yourself. when you get there search on americas answer pop party .. Watch americas answer vol 1 first, there are 12 videos. anyone or everyone would have come up with different ideas but i believe those shown will give us a much better america than we now have. if we can make the concept work then when the board comes up with new ideas we may be even better off. We must dare to hope and dream and try….

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