Uma, Jeff, and Tom say kill the bill now!

â?¢ First cloture vote failed earlier 33-63, with all the Republicans and about a third of Democrats voting against Reid.
â?¢ Second cloture vote later on today June 7.
â?¢ Reid said: If vote fails “the bill’s over with. The bill’s gone.”

June 7, 2007

Even after it failed this morning, Democratic Majority Leader Harry Reid says there will be an identical procedural vote later today on the immigration reform bill. That vote, which requires 60 for passage, would limit debate and amendments and put the bill on the path to a final vote. It failed earlier 33-63, with all the Republicans and about a third of Democrats voting against Reid.

Moments ago in a off-camera briefing, Reid said if the vote failed again he’d pull the bill from the floor indefinitely saying, “the bill’s over with. The bill’s gone.” He never said it was dead, but indicated he clearly had other priorities to put before the Senate in the coming weeks.

Email Congress Staff Directly.

Another way to e-mail is through each Senator’s/Congressman’s staff including Chief of Staff.

Itâ??s very easy!

In 3 clicks youâ??ll be typing(or pasting:) your message to EVERY staffer of a Rep or Senator.
Some bounce because staffers quit, etc. but most are good. 15K is about 30 per Senator/Rep.

The following Senators should feel the brunt of your phone calls. These are the 69 traitors who voted to bring this bill to the floor. I also included the nitwits that didn’t vote at all.

US SENATORS - Toll free number 1-866-340-9281 or 1-800-862-5530 or 202-224-3121

You can also use free phone numbers provided by an open borders lobbying group.

1-800-882-2005. (Spanish number)
1-800-417-7666. (English number)

Minuteman Tony Dolz has a list of every senators name, telephone, fax and email.
He has every state for each senator and the cities and zip codes for all large and medium size cities.

Akaka, Daniel K.- (D - HI) (202) 224-6361
Alexander, Lamar- (R - TN) (202) 224-4944
Bayh, Evan- (D - IN) (202) 224-5623
Bennett, Robert F.- (R - UT) (202) 224-5444
Biden, Joseph R., Jr.- (D - DE) (202) 224-5042
Bingaman, Jeff- (D - NM) (202) 224-5521
Bond, Christopher S.- (R - MO) (202) 224-5721
Boxer, Barbara- (D - CA) (202) 224-3553
Brown, Sherrod- (D - OH) (202) 224-2315
Brownback, Sam- (R - KS) (202) 224-6521
Burr, Richard- (R - NC) (202) 224-3154
Cantwell, Maria- (D - WA) (202) 224-3441
Cardin, Benjamin L.- (D - MD) (202) 224-4524
Carper, Thomas R.- (D - DE) (202) 224-2441
Casey, Robert P., Jr.- (D - PA) (202) 224-6324
Chambliss, Saxby- (R - GA) (202) 224-3521
Clinton, Hillary Rodham- (D - NY) (202) 224-4451
Cochran, Thad- (R - MS) (202) 224-5054
Coleman, Norm- (R - MN) (202) 224-5641
Collins, Susan M.- (R - ME) (202) 224-2523
Conrad, Kent- (D - ND) (202) 224-2043
Craig, Larry E.- (R - ID) (202) 224-2752
Dodd, Christopher J.- (D - CT) (202) 224-2823
Domenici, Pete V.- (R - NM) (202) 224-6621
Durbin, Richard - (D - IL (202) 224-2152
Ensign, John- (R - NV) (202) 224-6244
Feingold, Russell D.- (D - WI) (202) 224-5323
Feinstein, Dianne- (D - CA) (202) 224-3841
Graham, Lindsey- (R - SC) (202) 224-5972
Grassley, Chuck- (R - IA) (202) 224-3744
Gregg, Judd- (R - NH) (202) 224-3324
Hagel, Chuck- (R - NE) (202) 224-4224
Harkin, Tom- (D - IA) (202) 224-3254
Hatch, Orrin G.- (R - UT) (202) 224-5251
Inouye, Daniel K.- (D - HI) (202) 224-3934
Isakson, Johnny- (R - GA) (202) 224-3643
Johnson, Tim- (D - SD) (202) 224-5842
Kennedy, Edward M.- (D - MA) (202) 224-4543
Kerry, John F.- (D - MA) (202) 224-2742
Klobuchar, Amy- (D - MN) (202) 224-3244
Kohl, Herb- (D - WI) (202) 224-5653
Kyl, Jon- (R - AZ) (202) 224-4521
Landrieu, Mary L.- (D - LA) (202) 224-5824
Lautenberg, Frank R.- (D - NJ) (202) 224-3224
Leahy, Patrick J.- (D - VT) (202) 224-4242
Levin, Carl- (D - MI) (202) 224-6221
Lieberman, Joseph I.- (ID - CT) (202) 224-4041
Lincoln, Blanche L.- (D - AR) (202) 224-4843
Lott, Trent- (R - MS) (202) 224-6253
Lugar, Richard G.- (R - IN) (202) 224-4814
Martinez, Mel- (R - FL) (202) 224-3041
McCain, John- (R - AZ) (202) 224-2235
McCaskill, Claire- (D - MO) (202) 224-6154
McConnell, Mitch- (R - KY) (202) 224-2541
Menendez, Robert- (D - NJ) (202) 224-4744
Mikulski, Barbara A.- (D - MD) (202) 224-4654
Murkowski, Lisa- (R - AK) (202) 224-6665
Murray, Patty- (D - WA) (202) 224-2621
Nelson, Bill- (D - FL) (202) 224-5274
Nelson, E. Benjamin- (D - NE) (202) 224-6551
Obama, Barack- (D - IL) (202) 224-2854
Pryor, Mark L.- (D - AR) (202) 224-2353
Reed, Jack- (D - RI) (202) 224-4642
Reid, Harry- (D - NV) (202) 224-3542
Rockefeller, John D., IV- (D - WV) (202) 224-6472
Salazar, Ken- (D - CO) (202) 224-5852
Schumer, Charles E.- (D - NY) (202) 224-6542
Smith, Gordon H.- (R - OR) (202) 224-3753
Snowe, Olympia J.- (R - ME) (202) 224-5344
Specter, Arlen- (R - PA) (202) 224-4254
Stabenow, Debbie- (D - MI) (202) 224-4822
Stevens, Ted- (R - AK) (202) 224-3004
Voinovich, George V.- (R - OH) (202) 224-3353
Warner, John- (R - VA) (202) 224-2023
Webb, Jim- (D - VA) (202) 224-4024
Whitehouse, Sheldon- (D - RI) (202) 224-2921
Wyden, Ron- (D - OR) (202) 224-5244

88 Responses to “Reid May Pull Bill Indefinitely! Make Those Calls!!! Kill the Bill!!!”
  1. Eddie B. says:

    I call Mikulski and Cardin just to piss them off. It is a lost cause in Maryland but it is fun asking the college interns tough questions. In English.

    When I am through with the current events pop quiz I always ask them if Barbara has lost any weight yet (lay off the $1,000 lunches) and if she is still short. Or was she just standing in a hole. They hang up then. Works every time.


  2. Mary says:

    Time to get out the tarring and feathering mechanism. Does anyone know how they did it in 1776?

  3. Eddie B. says:

    Hold them by the ears then dip.

    Kinda like flouring up a chicken breat before frying. Except it is a snake and the ears are smaller.

  4. Mary says:

    Folks, I am not kidding. We are going to have to fight the American revolution all over again.

  5. Mary says:

    We need to make Teddy take a whole swim in a vat of hot tar before we apply the chicken feathers. We all know how much Teddy loves to swim, don’t we?

  6. Matthew says:

    That 69-23 margin sure doesn’t look very good when all is said and done. If the senate voted like that on cloture what will the vote be like when it goes to the floor?

    By the way does anyone care about the fact that we will have to pay for these 30 million plus new citizens and their family members who are going to stay at home all day long and rear all their little bambinos and elderly frail grandparents while cooking dinner for their husbands who will be out under cutting American workers but now legally.

  7. Mary says:

    Matthew, they will be able to bring in all their Mamacitas and Papacitas and put them IMMEDIATELY on social security. I have paid social security for 30 years and can’t draw it until another 20 years. But Mamacita from Jalisco gets to start sucking off that teat IMMEDIATELY without paying a goddamn dime, just because she popped out a criminal lying pig some years ago.


  8. Mary says:

    Illegal sh*tbags gang-rape and sodomize a little girl in Colorado and the court system makes the girl suffer, not the illegal shitbags:

    How much more can we take?

  9. impeachcongress says:

    Somebody Create A Petition to Impeach the President, How Many Signatures Would it Take, Slam Dunk I Would Think!

    I am in (voted for him twice). It seems like this is the least expensive and most effective way to tell the whore politicians whats up. Top bottom. Besides the less time the position has the more he is not neccessary. Perfect timing to get him out. I don’t think Nixon was anywhere close to the flipping the bird statement that Bush is making. In fact I don’t think Nixon did anything of the sort. Top-bottom, TRICKLE DOWN cleanning of the government. TRICKLE DOWN politics. A perfect statement and not a waste of time and resources at all. In fact the entire world can see plainly the wholesale selling of our country. We put up with it and they don’t respect us and take advantage of this. Can you say unfair trade policies. Impeach the mother. NOW!

  10. Sandman says:

    Mary, I was shocked to learn that the AARP endorses LaRaza, MALDEF, LULAC, MECHA and much more. WTF? I can see why Home Depot does that but AARP???
    Just wait ’till illegals start dragging in 90 year old cancer stricken Abuela to get some free care. You and I wont get free anything and frankly, our elected officials don’t give a damn what we think!
    How many MS-13 gangsters will get papers?
    Open your wallets, close your eyes.

  11. Mary says:

    Sandman, I know. They think Pedro from Oaxaca and his 15 illiterate anchor brats are more “valuable” than we are — and more “deserving” of “rights” and “benefits”. Here’s a new essay I wrote about it today:

    The â??Governmentâ? Chooses Pedro
    Over Me

    Every day, in numerous different ways, our ruling elite (government, media, academia, rich liberals who live in gated communities far away from the ill effects caused by the pet causes they vote for) tells me that a foreign national who tunneled under our border three days ago has more â??rightsâ? than I do â?? I who am a native-born, law-abiding, tax-paying American citizen. A native-born, law-abiding, taxpaying American citizen who â?? unlike Pedro who tunneled under the border three days ago — has paid taxes to our â??governmentâ? for 30 years.

    Given a choice between who is the better â??Americanâ?, the ruling elites pick Pedro over a native-born taxpayer who has supported their â??governmentâ? for 30 years with her tax dollars.

    Well, I guess thatâ??s the â??governmentâ??sâ? right, preferring Pedro over me, that is. However, who says I have to pay for it? I currently pay $35,000 per year in federal taxes â?? thatâ??s federal only, not including state, local and sales taxes. When the â??governmentâ? tells me that Iâ??m not worth as much as Pedro, my first reaction is, â??Okay, you need to go and get your 35 K a year from Pedro, then, and leave me and my family and my fellow American citizens the f*ck alone.â?

    Oh wait? Pedro â?? Pedro the dishwasher earning $10 per hour under the table to support his 15 illiterate children — canâ??t afford to pay $35K in taxes every year to our â??governmentâ?? Oh well! I guess you smart â??governmentâ? people shouldnâ??t have picked Pedro over me then, huh, rocket scientists?

    Be forewarned, traitors in â??Congress.â? I will not pay for this amnesty. The forefathers of us â??worthlessâ? native-born Americans once fought a war over unjust taxation â?? and we are perfectly capable of fighting another one over the same issue.

    Donâ??t tread on us.

  12. Sandman says:

    Amen, Mary, Amen.

  13. The Watchdog says:

    Thanks for adding that picture to the post GuardDog. I saw it this afternoon and I wanted to vomit. These maggots are rotten to the core. EVIL! Destroyers of the nation. Why won’t Kennedy just die.

  14. Mary says:

    With all the womanizing, boozing and gluttony that Kennedy has engaged in, I don’t understand why he hasn’t yet dropped dead of either syphillis or AIDs, liver failure, or a coronary.

  15. Deadeyemcgill says:

    Kennedy made a deal with the devil years ago.

  16. Brad says:

    I read that some senators were against the bill but voted for cloture so as to bring the issue up for debate. There were only 17 senators that actually came out and endorsed this pig. Some were refusing to comment and others were back peddling a bit. We need to keep up the heat. Even if the Senate passes S 1348 ,if the pressure is on the house will not support it. Senators think we have a short memory and will forget their treasonous acts. The house knows better.

    That photo really pisses me off.

  17. Vincent Narodnik says:

    impeachment is nice
    but it is a long and expensive process
    Incineration, however, only takes some rope, a match, and a little gasoline.
    As for Kennedy and the ring leaders:
    burn till skinless, then toss onto a large fire ant hill on a ranch in Krawwwfrrd.

  18. The Watchdog says:

    The opposition to this bill is enormous. Even pro-illegal crowd is screaming to kill this thing!

    Let’s kill it before it gets to the house. It’ll be years before it is brought up again and hopefully Kennedy will be dead soon. I am going to have a celebration every year on the anniversary of his death.

  19. George(formerly-Ed) says:

    Hey watchdog you should post the interview that Mechele Malkin with newt grin
    on the O’Reilly factor he is predicting that if this new amnesty passes that we may see a grass roots revolt like the won our forefathers did against the british in the 1700’s

  20. Farmingville says:

    To those who voted for this bill to come out… You aren’t doing anything noble, not only are you selling out our country but you are also freeing criminals!!! If this bill does pass they should then pass a bill for Americans to break any law they want for 1 year!!! But wait no, any citizen that had been born before January 1 2007 can’t, sorry!!!

  21. Brad says:

    You know the more that comes out about S 1348 the worse it is. Linda Muller sent me the following info:

    Mandatory Registration

    However, as it stands, the bill would make it illegal to hire anyone for any work in the US for paid wages, unless both the worker and employer complete the new registration requirements, including providing the employee’s work history for the past five years even if they are American citizens each time they apply for a job.

    “It is unlawful for an employer…to hire, or to recruit or refer for a fee, for employment in the United States an individual unless such employer meets the requirements of subsections (c) and (d),” says the bill referring to the new document rules and “electronic verification” systems.

    The new $400 million “employment verification” component of the extensive bill would add new electronic registration requirements for all American citizens who do work for compensation and even American employers as well.

    As it stands, the new bill would require all employers to “register” with the federal government and report the data for new employees to the government within three days of hiring them.

    As such, the bill would fill in one of the last gaps in the government’s tracking of wages, by making it a potential criminal or civil offense not to inform the government that a worker is receiving compensation of some sort, under the rubric of national security.

    According to Section 274A of the version of the bill passed by the Senate in 2006, no employer would be exempt from having to register with the government and also having to verify the status of each of their new employees. The new requirements would go into effect 18 months after the electronic verification system has been created.

    “The Secretary shall require all employers in the United States to participate in the System,” says the text of the bill.

    Collecting Data On US Workers

    Although future details may change, even hiring your neighbor’s kid Johnny to mow your lawn could become a long and detailed process and if you didn’t follow the rules, you could get a knock at your door from Homeland Security.

    First, you would have to register as a employer under the program and then call a 1-800 number with several items of information about the potential new employee (even if they have proper ID or an American passport).

    Each time an employer hires someone, they would have to phone in (1) their own EIN or social security number if they are an individual (2) the social security number of the new employee (3) the state of birth of the new employee (4) the EIN number or social security number of every single place the new employee has worked in the last five years (5) and the date of birth and address for the potential new employee.

    Then you’ll need to wait up to 10 days to receive an answer about whether or not Johnny is approved for work in the US.

    Be sure to save the authorization codes given to you by the government if he is approved and also save all of the paperwork for three years or you could have to pay a large fine.

    Even if you hired him for only one day’s worth of work, you’ll need to save his application forms and approval codes for at least one year, says the bill.

    And don’t forget, under the new proposals, be prepared to give Johnny your own social security number so that he can use it the next time he applies for a job — he’ll need it under the new law for the next five years each time he applies for a job.

    That provision will certainly help the government in making sure that they know not only where he worked this year, but everywhere else he has worked too.

    Hopefully, no one that you hire will steal your identity in the process even though they have your social security number.

    All of the information is to be housed in a database created by the Social Security Administration that will be shared with the Department of Homeland Security, which has the authority to initiate investigations into all employers who don’t participate in the system, including those who pay Johnny to mow their lawn.

    The Department of Homeland Security can receive “taxpayer identity information of each person [from a report which]…contains evidence of such person’s failure to register and participate in the Electronic Employment Verification System.”

    As such, they can initiate an investigation into any person who doesn’t comply with the mandatory electronic reporting system whether they are an employer or employee.

    In a similar version of the bill seen in 2005, Homeland Security would have been able to investigate any employee unlucky enough to have two different companies call in with the same social security number. However, it seems that in the new version, it was realized that some people actually have more than one job as that text has been eliminated.

    Of course, the government will only use the information for its intended purpose — to stop illegal workers from getting jobs.

    “The System shall collect and maintain only the minimum data necessary to facilitate the successful operation of the System,” says the bill’s text.

    However, as stated earlier, a provision in the bill indicates that other branches of the government may benefit from the new database as well.

    “Nothing…may be construed to limit the collection, maintenance, or use of data by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue or the Commissioner of Social Security as provided by law,” says the proposed law.

    As seen before in Washington DC, there may be collection of data for a stated purpose — in this case to fight illegal immigration — but it seems evident that the opportunity to collect of data on US citizens is not going to be passed up.

    If the bill passes, the most basic and private personal information about where American citizens work, their past work history, their birthdays and social security numbers will be called in to the government every time they apply for a job.

  22. Angel says:

    Hey George, I saw that last night on O’Reilly too. Malkin does a great job with this issue. My jaw dropped when Newt said it. TV should be interesting tonight. I was surfing the web the other day. I typed in conspiracies and I read something about Newt’s agenda. Too bad I didn’t write down the site. Watch all these folks carefully.

    Brad, although many of those senators “claim” to be against it, but just voted for it to put it up for debate, I still question their true stance. Also, the McCain fued with that senator from Texas was a hoax in my opinion.

  23. Ron says:

    These treasonous bastards make me sick. If this bill passes in any form I say god bless the 2nd amendment. With Ted Kennedy’s fat ass you would’nt even have to aim.

  24. Sandman says:

    This bill is setting up the system that will push Big brother deeper up our collective a$$e$. After the dollar crashes, a cashless system using a national ID card will be implemented. The implementation of this system will be riding the trojan horse of “immigration reform”. Any guesses out there why these plans are not public? Does anyone in Washington want us to read it?

  25. okaram says:

    Dear Mary:

    Why do you say ‘Pedro’ (or illegal immigrants) have more rights than you ? They have almost no rights in law or in practice. They HAVE to work under the table, can’t get a driver’s license, can’t vote, can’t get social security (even if/after being legalized, you need to contribute t the fund for several years before you are eligible).

    So, what are those extra rights ?

  26. Vincent Narodnik says:
  27. Sandman says:

    Oakram, I can name a few things that illegals have that Americans do not.
    *In-state tuition in many states (residents of other States do not get this)
    * eligibility for Social security after only 8 quarters (Americans don’t get that)
    *No back taxes to be paid by illegals who used stolen id’s
    *Free medical care. U.S. citizens get tracked down to repay medical debt, illegals do not.
    * free public schools, Tax payers pick up the tab.
    *Government funded ethnocentric race-based organizations (LaRaza, MALDEF, LULAC etc)
    * totalization payments (Bush signed the bill 3 years ago)
    * free legal advice and advocacy
    * Dual citizenship (if the Shamnesty bill passes)
    * race based hiring quotas (totally racist)
    *exoneration from the crime of ID theft and fraud
    I could spend more time writing, but I am sure Mary
    could come up with many more examples. How in the hell can you embrace such blatent lawlessness?

  28. Vincent Narodnik says:

    Fix those faces in your mind and read this:

    And evil things, in robes of sorrow,
    Assailed the maters high estate
    And laughed today, for never morrow,
    shall dawn upon them-DESOLATE.

    (lightly paraphrased from Edgar Allen Poe’s To One In Paradise)
    (if memory serves)

  29. Vincent Narodnik says:

    oops! thats “masters”

  30. Mary says:

    Illegals have the right to have their concerns listened to by our government, media and academic elites while the concerns of native-born people are treated as worthless. Illegals have the right to kill, rob, rape and steal from us and to break dozens of more minor laws, without being accosted, because they have “sanctuary” in numers parts of our country. Illegals do not have to pay car insurance, do not have to have their cars smogged, do not have to pay car registration fees, etc.

  31. impeachcongress says:

    I know McCain is literally on la Razas payroll. What doe Graham have to gain and Kennedy? It is your turn to do the research. On the 2006 other employers financial Raul Yxaguire Foundation is listed as an employer for McCain. Raul is the pres of la Raza for 30 years and his foundation is la Raza. If we had an AG that wasn’t la raza maybe McCain would be prosecuted, probably. Kennedy’s financial statements are as large as Feinstein need help reviewing!!!!!!! Grahams statements are a little behind in filing.

  32. Mary says:

    Boehner calls amnesty bill “a piece of shit.”


    No shit, Sherlock!

  33. George(formerly-Ed) says:

    Ok think about this why are these corrupt politicians& Bush putting forth such an insane bill that is so obvious to its meaning so close to an election year.could it be that they know that there will be no elections in 08 that the control will all ready be in place withBush as president for life & the politicians that helped them will be rubber stamping every law Bush sends them. Just food for thought.
    Because Never in our history have the politicians been so bold & daring.Why all os a sudden have things changed so drastically.

  34. George(formerly-Ed) says:

    Brad so what if this bill goes through all of the illrgals willbe legal so all of that stuff about finding people is meaningless.30 million mexicans can make a lot of babies.& it seems that aal of these things the wall verification all take 18 months that will be too late to do any thing.

  35. Farmingville says:

    This bill goes through you’ll see thousands racing for our border…….to jump the fence, not wait in line…….They think they’ll have a better chance getting in if they where in the US already…..I wonder what the borders look like now???

  36. Vincent Narodnik says:

    Heres a tactic: Try telling whoever you are talking to that you are “hispanic”
    say like “as a hispanic I am outraged that…”
    I am sure that the senators have heard alot from us hard core xenophobes and nationalists.
    It is no surprise to them that we say the bitter and hurtful things we do
    What we need for them to hear is the voice of their new base,
    the Chosen Race, saying that this is an outrage
    They have calculated their bets on the fact that they could screw us in any way they wanted to because Raza is a thoughtless though trustworthy accomplice in their crimes.
    Lets make them see otherwise.
    Its time to start varying our tactics
    This is trench warfare
    Our enemy has no scruple
    We can no longer afford to fight without stain.
    We are not living in a video game
    If we lose this battle, the world is gone.
    Dishonesty is ugly but consigning all future generations to living under the domination of Raza is far worse.
    Sling a lie or two for our cause please.

  37. litew8 says:

    impeachcongress wrote:
    May 22nd, 2007 at 8:52 pm
    What doe Graham have to gain and Kennedy?

    Their pockets are probably lined by the corporations that are owned or financed from abroad - most likely Mexico and Spain.

    Matthew wrote:
    May 21st, 2007 at 7:35 pm
    30 million plus new citizens and their family members who are going to stay at home all day long and rear all their little bambinos

    First off, they aren't bambinos (the word for baby in Italian - hence, Italian babies). Even Mike Savage gets this wrong (which is surprising to me). You're probably better off just using the word BABY if you can't differentiate (significant differences of (people/history)) language/culture.

  38. litew8 says:

    impeachcongress wrote:
    May 22nd, 2007 at 8:52 pm
    What doe Graham have to gain and Kennedy?

    Their pockets are probably lined by the corporations that are owned or financed from abroad - most likely Mexico and Spain.

    Matthew wrote:
    May 21st, 2007 at 7:35 pm
    30 million plus new citizens and their family members who are going to stay at home all day long and rear all their little bambinos

    First off, they aren't bambinos (the word for baby in Italian - hence, Italian babies). Even Mike Savage gets this wrong (which is surprising to me). You're probably better off just using the word BABY if you can't differentiate (significant differences of (people/history)) language/culture.

  39. Scythe says:

    Vitter Challenges Legislative Procedure on Immigration Compromise Bill

    Opposes Z Visas Amnesty Provision in the Bill

    || Senator Vitter Gives Speech on Immigration Proposal

    May 22, 2007 -

    (Washington, D.C.) â?? U.S. Sen. David Vitter today issued the following statement on the U.S. Senateâ??s vote on the motion to proceed on the Kennedy Immigration Compromise Bill drafted late last week:

    â??This is an absolute rush to judgment and rush to pass this bill. This so-called compromise was hatched among a small group of senators and is now being forced upon the Senate without allowing all senators the proper time to study, debate and negotiate this very large and sweeping legislation.

    â??In the rush to pass this bill there are many questions left unanswered by this supposed grand bargain, including how much this will cost the U.S. taxpayer. We do not have any cost estimates from the Congressional Budget Office on this bill - a cost that will be with us for decades to come. Who will pick up the tab?

    â??I also have grave concerns about the Z visa provision in this compromise legislation. Make no mistake, Z visas are amnesty. I oppose amnesty and will be offering amendments to address these Z visas. The American people deserve a vote on that amendment so that the Senate is on record about this issue and many other concerns in this rushed bill.

    â??The American public deserves answers to all of these questions. They deserve the right to a full deliberative discussion that is traditional of the Senate. If the American people knew the details of Kennedy Immigration bill and what they will be forced to live with for next 25 years, there would be a large outcry,â? said Vitter.

  40. Mary says:

    Check out this article from the Washington Times: Senators are getting massive numbers of negative calls on the amnesty bill. Feincrap admits she got 8,000 negative calls on amnesty, BUT SHE STILL BELIEVES THOSE BOGUS STUDIES that claim â??80 percentâ? of Californians want amnesty for illegals:…..-1483r.htm

    Keep faxing and calling. Donâ??t go down easy. Those bogus studies were conducted half in Spanish, and you know that means: the asked illegals if they wanted amnesty and the ability to bring their relatives in! Then reported that “80 percent’ of Californians want amnesty. The media are shameless traitors.

  41. Mary says:

    Vitter amendment to stop the amnesty goes down in flames today:

  42. Mary says:

    Only 20 patriots voted no.

  43. Mary says:

    Another illegal nabbed for raping a little kid, this time in Indianapolis.

    Illegal aliens: Raping the little kids that Americans just won’t rape.

  44. impeachcongress says:

    I disagree with impeachment of Bush being to expensive. Trickle down politics. it may be the least expensive way to convert a pig pen into a congress and executive branch once again. We can afford to lose somone who only has one more year. Thus, we will be able to have a temporary person (a lame duck is better than a suicidal duck) for only a little till elections. I will work my buttocks off to get signatures. Just need a petition drafted. Is it as easy as getting grey davis out. Maybe Schwarzenegger will shape up from his treasonous hiatus from being a patriotic American. Impeachment is easier than stopping the bill and will kill the bill. We have no time to loose and we all have energy to give towards the most focused of endeavers. Cutting the head of this amnesty beast off. Then our new president can move foward and enforce existing laws. Not the bullshit we have now of giving every propoganda type excuse to allow for criminals to flourish, reproduce, and spread disease of the body and mind within our borders. FOCUS. IMPEACH BUSH.

  45. Mary says:

    Okay, here’s the full run-down on the Visser amendment which would have permanently barred the illegals from amnesty and citizenship. The final vote was better than I heard before: 20 Republicans and 9 Democrats voted for the amendment. We need to support the 9 Democrats who had the guts to support the amendment. Here’s how they voted, those voting “yes” are the patriots, those voting “no” are the mo-fo traitors:


    Murkowski (R) No; Stevens (R) No.


    Kyl (R) No; McCain (R) No.


    Lincoln (D) No; Pryor (D) Yes.


    Boxer (D) No; Feinstein (D) No.


    Allard (R) Yes; Salazar (D) No.


    Dodd (D) No; Lieberman (I) No.


    Biden (D) No; Carper (D) No.


    Martinez (R) No; Nelson (D) No.


    Chambliss (R) No; Isakson (R) No.


    Akaka (D) No; Inouye (D) No.


    Craig (R) No; Crapo (R) Yes.


    Durbin (D) No; Obama (D) No.


    Bayh (D) No; Lugar (R) No.


    Grassley (R) Yes; Harkin (D) No.


    Brownback (R) Not Voting; Roberts (R) Yes.


    Bunning (R) Yes; McConnell (R) Yes.


    Landrieu (D) Yes; Vitter (R) Yes.


    Collins (R) No; Snowe (R) No.


    Cardin (D) No; Mikulski (D) No.


    Kennedy (D) No; Kerry (D) No.


    Levin (D) No; Stabenow (D) No.


    Coleman (R) No; Klobuchar (D) No.


    Cochran (R) Yes; Lott (R) No.


    Bond (R) Yes; McCaskill (D) Yes.


    Baucus (D) Yes; Tester (D) Yes.


    Hagel (R) No; Nelson (D) Yes.


    Ensign (R) No; Reid (D) No.

    New Hampshire

    Gregg (R) No; Sununu (R) Yes.

    New Jersey

    Lautenberg (D) No; Menendez (D) No.

    New Mexico

    Bingaman (D) No; Domenici (R) No.

    New York

    Clinton (D) No; Schumer (D) Not Voting.

    North Carolina

    Burr (R) No; Dole (R) Yes.

    North Dakota

    Conrad (D) No; Dorgan (D) Yes.


    Brown (D) No; Voinovich (R) No.


    Coburn (R) Yes; Inhofe (R) Yes.


    Smith (R) No; Wyden (D) No.


    Casey (D) No; Specter (R) No.

    Rhode Island

    Reed (D) No; Whitehouse (D) No.

    South Carolina

    DeMint (R) Yes; Graham (R) No.

    South Dakota

    Johnson (D) Not Voting; Thune (R) Yes.


    Alexander (R) Yes; Corker (R) Yes.


    Cornyn (R) No; Hutchison (R) No.


    Bennett (R) No; Hatch (R) Not Voting.


    Leahy (D) No; Sanders (I) No.


    Warner (R) No; Webb (D) No.


    Cantwell (D) No; Murray (D) No.

    West Virginia

    Byrd (D) Yes; Rockefeller (D) Yes.


    Feingold (D) No; Kohl (D) No.


    Enzi (R) Yes; Thomas (R) Not Voting.

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  46. Mary says:

    Message from Roy B on the Visser amendment that was defeated yesterday:




    The Senate tonight finished four days of amendments and procedural votes on the S. 1348 ! Kennedy/Bush Comprehensive Amnesty bill. It won’t resume debate and final votes until after the Memorial Day week recess.

    Sen. Vitter (R-La.) — as he did a year ago before the Senate passed the S. 2611 amnesty — offered an amendment today that would have stripped out all provisions to reward nearly all the 12-20 million illegal aliens with permanent legal status.

    It lost 29-66.

    There actually are some reasons to be encouraged by this vote, which I will explain later.


    Alabama: Sessions (R-AL), Yea Shelby (R-AL), Yea
    Arkansas: Pryor (D-AR), Yea
    Colorado: Allard (R-CO), Yea

    Idaho: Crapo (R-ID), Yea
    Iowa: Grassley (R-IA), Yea
    Kansas: Roberts (R-KS), Yea

    Kentucky: Bunning (R-KY), Yea McConnell (R-KY), Yea
    Louisiana: Landrieu (D-LA), Yea ! Vitter (R-LA), Yea
    Mississippi: Cochran (R-MS), Yea

    Mi ssouri: Bond (R-MO), Yea McCaskill (D-MO), Yea
    Montana: Baucus (D-MT), Yea Tester (D-MT), Yea
    Nebraska: Nelson (D-NE), Yea

    New Hampshire: Sununu (R-NH), Yea
    North Carolina: Dole (R-NC), Yea
    North Dakota: Dorgan (D-ND), Yea

    Oklahoma: Coburn (R-OK), Yea Inhofe (R-OK), Yea
    South Carolina: DeMint (R-SC), Yea
    South Dakota: Thune (R-SD), Yea

    Tennessee: Alexander (R-TN), Yea Corker (R-TN), Yea
    West Virginia: Byrd (D-WV), Yea Rockefeller (D-WV), Yea
    Wyoming: Enzi (R-WY), Yea

    We will be giving you opportunities to reinforce that behavior and try to ensure that each of these Senators ends up voting against the cloture on the final bill in June.

    All of us across America thank those of you who live in the above states and who have provided the kind of contact and ! pressure on your Senators to get that kind of result.

    We especially salute those of you in Alabama, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, Tennessee and West Virginia because BOTH your Senators voted to kill the amnesty!

    Those of you who don’t have your state listed above may have a lot of excuses for why your Senators are so willing to reward illegal behavior and shut out non-employed vulnerable American workers from those jobs.

    But the fact is that this country faces a disaster unless those of you without your state on the above list turn up the pressure and get at least one of your Senators on the anti-amnesty list.

    If seven Senators who voted NO had instead voted YES, the amnesty would have been deleted. If we can hold the above Senators on the final bill, we have a chance to kill the whole bill in June if the rest of ! you do something about your state’s Senators.

    It is so very i mportant that we not take these Senators for granted — that you praise them and also let them know how much you are counting on them to vote against cloture on the final bill in June.

    The really big Republican surprise was Sen. McConnell (R-Ky.). As the Republican Senate leader, he has primarily carried water for Pres. Bush and has constantly spoken in the media of the need to get a comprehensive bill through. Nearly everything he has done has indicate that he wants an amnesty to pass. So, we are really puzzled by this vote. Maybe you Kentuckians can tell us what you have been doing. Does this mean that he might vote against the overall bill? We have no indication that he will do so.


    Perhaps the most encouraging thing about this vote was the fact that 9 Democrats joined 20 Republicans.

    Last year, only 2 Democrats joined the 31 Republicans who voted t! o strip the amnesty part of the bill that eventually passed the Senate by died in the House of Representatives.

    Here’s the superficial view of what may have happened to get 9 Democrats:

    Two of them defeated Republicans in November who had voted against the amnesty last May. Both Sen. McCaskill (D-Mo.) and Sen. Tester (D-Mont.) promised in their campaigns they would oppose amnesty, and they actually lived up to that promise today.

    You can tell that many Senators believe that you represent a major bloc of voters because 3 of the Democrats who voted for the amnesty last year but voted against it today are up for re-election next year:

    Senators Pryor (D-Ark.), Landrieu (D-La.), Baucus (D-Mont.).

    And Sen. Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) who was ill last year and missed the vote — and who has a D Career grade on amnesty — voted to kill the amnesty. He, too, faces re-election next year. Knowing that you have to soon face the voters has a way o! f focusing these politicians very nicely.

    Those of you with o ther Democratic Senators need to study these Senators to see ways that yours could be more like these — especially if they are up for re-election this year.

    I would think that Democrats should become increasingly comfortable in adopting the people’s position on immigration if they were to listen to the eloquence of Sen. Dorgan (D-N.D.) in defending American workers from runaway immigration programs. We will provide you with links to some of his wonderful comments at a later time.


    If your state is on this list, you have your work cut out for you. Please do not let any of the Senators off the hook. They voted NO on the Vitter amendment.

    Alaska: Murkowski (R-AK), Nay Stevens (R-AK), Nay
    Arizona: Kyl (R-AZ), Nay McCain (R-AZ), Nay
    Arkansas: Lincoln (D-AR), Nay !

    California: Boxer (D-CA), Nay Feinstein (D-CA), Nay
    Colorado: Yea Salazar (D-CO), Nay
    Connecticut: Dodd (D-CT), Nay Lieberman (ID-CT), Nay

    Delaware: Biden (D-DE), Nay Carper (D-DE), Nay
    Florida: Martinez (R-FL), Nay Nelson (D-FL), Nay
    Georgia: Chambliss (R-GA), Nay Isakson (R-GA), Nay

    Hawaii: Akaka (D-HI), Nay Inouye (D-HI), Nay
    Idaho: Craig (R-ID), Nay
    Illinois: Durbin (D-IL), Nay Obama (D-IL), Nay

    Indiana: Bayh (D-IN), Nay Lugar (R-IN), Nay
    Iowa: Harkin (D-IA), Nay
    Maine: Collins (R-ME), Nay Snowe (R-ME), Nay

    Maryland: Cardin (D-MD), Nay Mikulski (D-MD), Nay
    Massachusetts: Kennedy (D-MA), Nay Kerry (D-MA), Nay
    Michigan: Levin (D-MI), Nay Stabenow (D-MI), Nay

    Minnesota: Coleman (R-MN), Nay Klobuchar (D-MN), Nay
    Mississippi: Lott (R-MS), Nay
    Nebraska: Hagel (R-NB) Nay

    Nevada: Ensign (R-NV), Nay Reid (D-NV), Nay
    New Hampshire: Gregg (R-NH),! Nay
    New Jersey: Lautenberg (D-NJ), Nay Menendez (D-NJ), Nay
    New Mexico: Bingaman (D-NM), Nay Domenici (R-NM), Nay
    New York: Clinton (D-NY), Nay
    North Carolina: Burr (R-NC), Nay

    North Dakota: Conrad (D-ND), Nay
    Ohio: Brown (D-OH), Nay Voinovich (R-OH), Nay
    Oregon: Smith (R-OR), Nay Wyden (D-OR), Nay

    Pennsylvania: Casey (D-PA), Nay Specter (R-PA), Nay
    Rhode Island: Reed (D-RI), Nay Whitehouse (D-RI), Nay
    South Carolina: Graham (R-SC), Nay

    Texas: Cornyn (R-TX), Nay Hutchison (R-TX), Nay
    Utah: Bennett (R-UT), Nay
    Vermont: Leahy (D-VT), Nay Sanders (I-VT), Nay

    Virginia: Warner (R-VA), Nay Webb (D-VA), Nay
    Washington: Cantwell (D-WA), Nay Murray (D-WA), Nay

    I am hopeful that at least seven of these and maybe more actually have a problem with amnesties and voted against the Vitter amendment because of some kind of strategic thinking, and that they ultimately will find it too difficult to vote for this bill.
    The reason I say only seven might be needed even though we lost by a 2-1 margin is that on the final cloture vote, the pro-amnesty people have to get 60 votes to pass it.

    But with these 66 voting so clearly today in favor of keeping this gigantic amnesty, you have to approach them as if they are serious about following through and supporting the final bill.

    Texans, what in the world are your two Republican Senators doing? My understanding is that virtually the entire Republican delegation in the U.S. House is seething over this bill. I have heard Republican Congressmen themselves say that Sen. Cornyn is a defeated man in next year’s elections if he votes for this amnesty bill. Well, he voted for amnesty today.

    Georgians, you made us proud with your state legislature, but your two Republican Senators are an embarrassment after being so strongly anti-amnesty last year. The amnesty they protected today is far larger than the one they opposed last! year.

    Virginians, Sen. Webb (D-Va.) was elected to replace S en. Allen last fall in part because he indicated a strong opposition to illegal immigration. He gave you something very different today with his support for amnesty rewards. Doesn’t sound like the tough, security-minded Jim Webb that Virginians thought they were electing.

    And you Michigan citizens have a right to be concerned. Last year while facing election, Sen. Stabenow (D-Mich.) was one of four Democrats who voted against the final amnesty bill. But today, she stood with the most open-borders of Senators to protect the amnesty.

    Special disappointments on this vote are Sen. Burr (R-N.C.) and Sen. Ensign (R-Utah) who had been reliable votes in the past against illegal immigration.

    These Senators didn’t vote:
    Brownback (R-Kan.)
    Hatch (R-Utah)
    Johnson (D-S.D.)
    Schumer (D-N.Y.)
    Thomas (R-Wyo.)

    I’m afraid that five of those would have voted for the amnesty had they been here.

    Unless those of you with thes! e pro-illegal Senators increase the pressure over their time back in the home state, we’re going to be stuck with 35-40 million more permanent green card holders over the next 20 years.


  47. Farmingville says:

    Uhhh I live in New York, My 2 “wonderful” Senators one which didn’t vote I guess don’t care on what the people say…. I’ve phoned, faxed, and e-mailed to both the Clinton and Schumer camps and I don’t know if I’m the only one, but it just seems that they have too higher influences to sway against amnesty!!! I’m hoping that word is getting around about this and people contact the Senators, but I am upset…..

  48. Eddie B. says:

    One thing you can say about Maryland. Consistency.

    They are the worst on the East Coast folks. And I just got a notice form my power company telling me to expect my rates to go up by 50% next month…

    Great news! Exxon Mobil to post record profits during first months of summer travel time.


  49. troup says:

    Email Congress Staff Directly.

    Why email a ‘global mailbox’ for a senator; one that is probably read by an intern?

    Email the Chief of Staff Directly. It’s very easy!

    In 3 clicks you’ll be typing(or pasting:) your message to EVERY staffers of a Rep or Senator.

    I’ve got 15,000 staffers in my database. Yes, some bounce because staffers quit, etc. But many are not. 15K is about 30 per Senator/Rep.

    We need to hit them in every way possible. This is one way that is relatively easy for everyone.

  50. BEADALONG says:

    Yup, I phoned, faxed, emailed Boxer, Feinstein and Lofgren many times, sometimes as much as 3 x weekly. I guess they don’t care. (I was also quite surprised when I read they said they were surprised by the lack of response). I think that was a bunch of B.S. right there when they said that.

    Thanks for the suggestion Troup, I’ll try OutsourceCongress next time.

  51. Mary says:

    The Evil One is trying to turn the Republican hold-outs in the Senate:

  52. Mary says:

    Hey guys listen up: Kyl the Pile (of Shit) is saying he isn’t getting enough negative phone calls on the amnsty bill. Let’s remedy that situation, okay?

  53. Mary says:

    oops forgot to post the link:

  54. impeachcongress says:

    It may be crazier than just this bill. What do you think Watchdog? Is this for real? I wrote this on a Medved blog on how white males should not represent US statistics. With his distortion on illegal immigration I am sensitive to the purpose of each blog. I wrote the following.

    What Where These Detention Camps For….
    Are they for the white males you so speak of that should not represent our society as you see it. They have been pertrayed as racists as of late because they disagree with unFAIR immigration policies. On conspiracy day please address these detention camps. As a short Jewish woman who refuses to act like a Soros or Allbright, I fear those internment camps. I also know that they are homeland security funded and that illegals are not seen as a security threat by Chertoff, Gutierrez, or Bush. Illegals are all that is family values and keeping lettuce at less than $50/a head, thus nevermind that 9/11 happenned because of immigration illegalities, fear the “racist” white male. So who did the White house contract the internment camps for? The white male that you say should not represent US statistics? This blog is somewhat disturbing in light of the contract for the internment camp.

    I think we should all keep a level head with this craziness, work toward impeaching BUSH/Cheney and Pelosi if she can not handle her job of respecting laws and not just making new ones because individuals don’t count thanks to McCain Feingold and campaign contribution limitations by the non pacs. Anyways, we did it with Davis. And within 6 years an entire ne government body can be elected. First step, impeach Bush. He is getting scary strange.

  55. Eddie B. says:


    Dear Mr. Becker:

    Thank you for getting in touch with me to express your views about Hope Fund Act of 2007 (H.R. 1999). This bill is currently pending in the House of Representatives, not the Senate.

    Your comments were helpful. I believe the best ideas come from the people, and they guide our actions here in Washington. I also want to be responsive to the needs of Marylanders, and information from people like you is essential if I’m to reach that goal.

    If I can be of assistance in the future, or if there is any other federal issue on which you would like to comment, please feel free to let me know.

    Barbara A. Mikulski (PIG)
    United States Senator


  56. Vincent Narodnik says:

    I read and re read that Mklusli letter you posted Eddie.
    The first time to see what it said, then 2 or 3 more times to see if I could find even just one thing that was substantive or specific.
    No surprise. Nothing.
    Not even one word.
    I cant get over how they always attach a beautiful idea name to every bill that they know is poison. The DREAM ACT, the STRIVE act, the HOPE act.
    I dont know when that stupid little tradition began, but I have a suspicion it was when they started calling child prostitution a MAN act.
    (that was supposed to be partially humorous)

  57. Eddie B. says:

    By the way Vincent, I wrote her to tell her to vote no on immigration, seal the borders and no North American Union. They don’t even read their emails.

    By the way, back in the 80’s I was part owner of a software company with some other guys and we designed “The Consitituent Issue Tracking Program” and marketed this to Capitol Hill.

    People could write in on issues and the interns could put together form letters using canned paragraphs and blast it back while saving your name and address so they could beg for money come election time.

    Worked great too! The House and Senate never paid us and the company went broke so I never really write anything anymore and expect a serious reply.

    It is way more fun to call and ask if Barbara has lost weight, how’s her health (we here in Maryland are really hoping she will die soon. Her and fat Teddy), is she really that short? Yada, yada, yada.

    Opps, forgot Carden… Can Carden read without his glasses on? Can Carden read at all? Did he read the immigration bill? Is his maid illegal?

    Much more fun.

  58. Vincent Narodnik says:


    It is common knowlege that even though a senators phonedroid listens to you, if you are not a constituent, they dont “have” to listen to you
    Standard Operating Procedure of most droids is to have a talley on their desks with 5 or 6 rough categories divided in two, one “in favor” the other “opposed”.
    In short, your phone call will be listened to, but you wont get on the talley IF you arent from their district.
    Heres how to instantly become a constiuent:
    That is a quick and easy town/zip finder.
    When you call Mitch McConnel, you will know what your zip code is.
    Again, I realize that this is dishonest, but given the gravity of the situation we are facing, we have no choice but to fight with anything we got.
    Look at it this way-these whores in Washington City care very much about your concerns if you are here illegally from a country that doesnt even HAVE zip codes-yet they will disregard you?
    I wish we could fight a cleaner fight, but at this time, we have no choice.

  59. Faye says:

    Thanks, Vincent. I saved the zip codes.

    Mary, way back up there you had a post that was talking about how much money you or someone pays in federal taxes and ended Don’t Tread On Me. And, in reading it, I realized I’d started doing something in retaliation and hadn’t even done it consciously. I was paying about $35,000 in federal taxes and knowing where it went, I was very angry. Plus having to take care of illegal aliens and seeing firsthand the deceit, the manipulation of our systems and laws… I quit a $78,000/yr job. That was base only - not including many extra days worked or overtime. And I started refusing jobs - a lot of them. In fact, unless there’s a down right emergency, I won’t work the 12-hour days anymore and I won’t work more than 3 of the 8-hour shifts. Everytime they call me to do extra, I’ve been weighing my tax base against the money I’d earn and said a bad word and refused the job. I got $400 back this year on federal income taxes instead of having to pay in 2-4,000. Sure, I’ve put some stuff off I was going to do on the house and I’ve cut down on going out to eat (that was because of George Lopez though) but I’m really not missing anything. GO SUCK EGGS, CONGRESS! YOU AIN’T GETTING ANY MORE OF MY MONEY THAN I CAN KEEP FROM YOU!

  60. Mary says:

    Faye, I’m thinking of quitting my own job for the exact same reason and I make nearly 100K per year!

    What’s the point of working to support Mamacita and her 12 overweight ninos when I can’t stay home with my own daughter? Remember the horrible article about the raza queen who was pregnant with her third anchor brat on our dime and you saw her waving her “free” WIC vouchers from the inside of a brand-new car? Who wants to pay for that?

    The government has SERIOUSLY broken the social contract with us. The social contract was that we would pay into the welfare system and it would be there for us in our time of need. THAT WAS THE DEAL WE SIGNED UP FOR WITH SOCIAL SECURITY AND THE GREAT SOCIETY. IT WAS NEVER SUPPOSED TO BE FOR ILLEGAL ALIEN FOREIGNERS WHO NEVER PAID INTO IT AT ALL. The globalists are using our welfare state to subsidize their “cheap” labor AT OUR EXPENSE.

    The same happened with affirmative action. IT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE FOR OUR OWN NATIVE-BORN BLACKS and NATIVE AMERICANS. Then all of the sudden it applied to everyone who wasn’t a white “Anglo” including illegals.

    IT WAS NEVER SUPPOSED TO BE FOR “OPPRESSED” FOREIGNERS WE NEVER HAD ANYTHING TO DO WITH, LET ALONE ILLEGAL ONES! As it now sits the son of the King of Spain (yes, he would qualify as a “Latino”) or a billionaire African dictator could immigrate to the US and claim all sorts of “special privileges” at the expense of poor and middle-class native-born Americans who are footing the bill. Once again, a SERIOUS breach of the social contract.

    When people like us are talking about “shrugging” our responsibilties, you know our country is in big trouble.

  61. BEADALONG says:

    Thanx Vincent, I’ll try that. As you said, they disregard us (with the zip codes) and their loyalty is with the illegals who don’t have any.

  62. impeachcongress says:

    I am waiting for the lettuce picking jobs, especially at $50/hour. I put my resume in Craigs list for produce picking and nobody called. Mr. Chertoff the brainiac next day however confused this with paying $50/a head of lettuce and made a speach to scare us about a paying $50 for lettuce. I think I can pick more than one lettuce an hour. Don’t know how that is Chertoff’s job description talking about lettuce prices. Isn’t he supposed to be homeland security, helping out with border security. Maybe one of us should apply for homeland security head and pick heads of lettuce. Maybe Chertoff can help pick lettuce. We know Rove won’t dare pick lettuce.

  63. Mary says:

    Chertoff looks like a corpse. Dead soul, dead face.

  64. impeachcongress says:

    Got to be, the dead soul part. Then we have the drunk cowboy and the crooks in congress getting paid by La Raza and acting as foreign agents.

  65. litew8 says:

    I agree impeachcongress - “foreign agents” - no doubt about it. Look at the last names (GB and company systematically placed) of the people that are at the head positions within our government.

    impeachcongress is right!

  66. Vincent Narodnik says:

    In the Russian language, Chertoff translates to “son of the devil”. No, I am not joking.

  67. Mary says:

    impeach congress,

    I did field work when I was a kid. Plenty of native-born Americans worked beside me. Only stopped when my particular type of ag work — picking purnes — was mechanized in the mid-70s.

    If it hadn’t been for the cheap labor from Mexico and points south, almost ALL of our ag sectors would have been mechanized long agon, just like the prune sector was in the mid-70s.

  68. Faye says:

    This whole deal with them whinebagging about increased costs of lettuce if we don’t grant amnesty to illegals is absurd. Only 2% of the illegals are in the ag industry.

  69. Sandman says:

    Most of our Govt. is working for the benefit of foreign interersts. Globalism is real it is here now and it will impact American citizens more than anyone else. Americans have no say over the path we are on, it goes without debate. Open borders is an agenda that both parties want and are pushing hard for. Even if the Shamnesty bill is defeated, another salvo is around the corner.
    On another subject, Ron Paul was on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart last night, Interesting how people in the audience (who are mostly Democrats) cheered. You see the same enthusiasm in conservative circles. Too bad MSM ignores him, I think he could win if the NWO would let him.

  70. Dark-Star says:

    People, we need to prepare for two massive disasters:
    1.The very likely possibility that the amnesty will pass. Hundreds of thousands of illegals will flood the border and start claiming benefits like mad. Offices of places like WIC, Social Security, and food stamps will be slowed to a crawl by the tons of new benefit-claimers.
    Stock up on non-perishable goods (food, water, all kinds of small consumer goods), especially if you have small children or people in the family with special needs. Soon they may not be available at any price or the stores too crowded to shop at.

    2.The amero will be ushered in as the new currency. How? Simple. A disastrous crash of the dollar, and suddenly people from rich investors to old ladies with $ in the bank will be desperate for an answer. Enter the amero.
    Pull your money out of stocks. When the dollar goes, the stock of almost everyone will go with it. Not all at once, mind, but do it. Forget about the bank - put money away by investing in things like Liberty Dollars. Think about polishing up on your bartering skills so you can skirt using the amero.

    There’s a third one that will come sooner or later if #1 happens…the government will probably run out of money to pay the people that have been taking in benefits and giving zip. But millions of illegals can’t go cold turkey from their free stuff without some symptoms - expect MASSIVE riots as they howl for what they think they’re owed.

  71. Sandman says:

    Yea, Vincent, that translation is true…I understand that he has a dual citizenship status w/Israel. A true Bushie. He would be a great act in a remake of Nosrefantu.

  72. impeachcongress says:

    The dual citizenship with Israel is not proven. However, the acting on behalf of La Raza and the Mexican government is glaringly obvious. Great point about mechanizing the ag business. Then maybe we wouldn’t have third world people withe third world standards being hired by criminal employers who couldn’t give a rats behind about health standards either. Yes that is right e-coli is from people pooping in the fields, not wild pigs and grazing cows. A show put one of these businesses with pic of nearby bathrooms, glove wearing, non English speaking produce picker. You could tell that part was staged. What made them go through that precaution of gloves and the whole enumerating of cleanliness with the wrkers? Was their a recent linkage to the actual people picking the produce. That is funny we weren’t told this by Mr. Chertoff. Never mind fearing the $50/head lettuce. How about fearing the deadly e-coli lettuce. I think one of Chertoff’s concerns should be American lives.

  73. litew8 says:


    From Alliance:
    “The Senate is aggressively using the media to openly mislead our nation by outrageously reporting that most Americans support amnesty! That’s why Grassfire is taking the battle to stop amnesty directly to the media.

    I am thrilled to announce that today, after two months of development, Grassfire is launching a major new TV ad campaign opposing the Bush-Kennedy amnesty bill called “Where’s The Fence?”

  74. litew8 says:


    “They (Congress) lied about the 700 miles of fence. You simply have to see the “Where’s The Fence?” ads for yourself. Go here and then let me know what you think: CLICK HERE

    Grassfire’s new ads will be running nationally on both FoxNews and CNN’s Glen Beck show. We’ve also created state-specific versions targeting key amnesty Senators — including McCain, Kyl, Isakson and others — and are running those ads in several states.

    You simply MUST see what we did to John McCain and
    Jon Kyl. We literally “pin” amnesty on these two architects of this amnesty bill.

  75. Faye says:

    I saw this on the Glen Beck show the other night without being aware of its existance - I almost laughed myself to death.

  76. Farmingville says:

    Well I fired off some more faxes and phone calls to both my senators this morning (NY)… Clinton’s aids were asking me some questions too this time!!! Funny the phone was busy for 40mins before I got threw!!!

    Check out if you haven’t yet its a great resource to contact your elected officials through many channels!!!

  77. NoYouCant says:

    Minimize this link so you can listen and work at making phone calls, faxing and emailing at the same time. I’m calling every Sen. that’s fighting for us and thanking them as well as calling those that are working against us! Keep calling people!;Code=CS2

  78. Angel says:

    “Where’s the fence?” is so funny. Hopefully, the slogan will become as popular as “Where’s the beef?”

    Hats off to!!!!!!!!!

  79. Angel says:

    Great detective work Vincent!

  80. impeachcongress says:

    They gave us another bone, that guy with the $90k in the freezer. Isn’t working for another country or agency a more serious crime? Would love to get Feinstein, Palosi, McCain, and others impeached with a great big fine the size of what Raul Yzaguirre’s foundation paid these clowns. I will settle for Bush being impeached but I am not settling for a guy who”s only crime was $90k in the freezer. That is peanuts compared to the amnesty senators.

  81. Deadeyemcgill says:

    No on cloture!Senators got poked in the Ayes. Looks like 63-33 against. Even Harry Reid said no which makes you wonder what’s next, but for now,I’m relieved.

  82. NoYouCant says:

    Don’t be relieved! I called Numbers and they told me they are revoting today at 5:30! It IS looking really good though! Keep calling people!

    Sen. Bernie Sanders is great, he’s on now…this man kicks azz!!! Call his office to thank him even if you’re not from Vermont: 202-224-5141

    Don’t let up!!!

  83. NoYouCant says:

    Sanders should run for President! What a great American! Kudos to you Sen. Sanders!!!!!!

  84. Son of the founding fathers says:

    No on cloture!Senators got poked in the Ayes. Looks like 63-33 against. Even Harry Reid said no which makes you wonder whatâ??s next, but for now,Iâ??m relieved

    I think “Dirty Harry” s hoping to part the seas of the Republican Party.

    He’s a stupid human!

  85. Son of the founding fathers says:

    LOL….Where’s the fence. I love that ad.

  86. NoYouCant says:

    I HATE KENNEDY! He makes me SICK! What passion he has for ILLEGAL ALIENS! What about AMERICANS????? He should be taken out of office! He clearly does NOT represent America! He say’s it’s a jungle on the border……NO KIDDING YOU FAT PIG! Secure the border NOW! NO MORE OF THIS BULLSHIT!

    I think it’s absolutely disgusting that we are forced to watch them all so closely, make constant phone calls, send endless emails….they should just all be doing their jobs!!!!!

    Stop singing the blues for the poor, innocent “landscapers” and their families Mr. Kennedy! WHAT ABOUT THE 25 AMERICANS THAT ARE KILLED EVERYDAY? WHAT ABOUT THEIR FAMILIES?????

  87. Mary says:

    Lo and behold, a miracle. I sent off my faxes urging Feincrap and Boxturd to vote against cloture this morning with no real hope. I figured the cloture thing was a done deal, and that Boxturd and Feincrap would ignore all the faxes, emails and phone calls like they usually do.

    And lo and behold, BOXTURD VOTED AGAINST CLOTURE. She’s not as hopeless as I thought. She MUST BE GETTING HAMMERED. Feincrap there is no hope for whatever, she’s a lying stone-hearted bi-yatch, she voted for the cloture as expected, but BOXTURD isn’t totally a lost cause. Keep hammering Boxturd!

    And it’s all due to us, the despised ordinary American people, and our computer keyboards, letters, phone calls and 40 dollar contributions to NumbersUSA and FAIR.

    Here’s to US!!!!!!

  88. Mary says:


    And what’s sickening about Kennedy is that yesterday he voted against the Cornyn Amendment which would have kept illegal alien gangbangers, DUIs and other assorted criminals from obtaining shamnesty. I guess that FAT drunken woman-murderer just couldn’t abide the thought of not giving amnesty to drunk drivers since he and his crap family have been caught “driving under the influence” so many times themselves.

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