Bipartisan Traitors Effort to Draft Immigration Bill

Illegal Immigration needs to be stamped out now. Repatriation of illegals to their country of ORIGEN needs to happen now. Support Chris Simcox and the Minutemen Projects coming to a border state near you.

also ... This is our payback for listening to the governmental WHORES who said that NAFTA/WTO/GATT were 'good' for America and Jobs. All there has been is a GIANT SUCKING SOUND of Jobs leaving this country. This spot is to recognize the companies that are traitors to the US economy and the traitors in Government that have allowed this to happen
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Bipartisan Traitors Effort to Draft Immigration Bill

Post#1 » Tue Dec 26, 2006 6:26 pm

Its almost about time to feed the PROSTITICIANS to the HOGS. Treason like this WILL be paid back in watering the Tree of Liberty with the Blood of these UnAmerican Tyrants. Right now they dont fear us or God. But these Fuckers DO have another thing coming. Dont know who. Dont know when. Can only see the signs of the times, and HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF TIME AND TIME AGAIN.

December 26, 2006
Bipartisan Effort to Draft Immigration Bill
By RACHEL L. SWARNS,NYT ... 2390.topic

WASHINGTON, Dec. 25 - Counting on the support of the new Democratic majority in Congress, Democratic lawmakers and their Republican allies are working on measures that could place millions of illegal immigrants on a more direct path to citizenship than would a bill that the Senate passed in the spring.

The lawmakers are considering abandoning a requirement in the Senate bill that would compel several million illegal immigrants to leave the United States before becoming eligible to apply for citizenship.

The lawmakers are also considering denying financing for 700 miles of fencing along the border with Mexico, a law championed by Republicans that passed with significant Democratic support.

Details of the bill, which would be introduced early next year, are being drafted. The lawmakers, who hope for bipartisan support, will almost certainly face pressure to compromise on the issues from some Republicans and conservative Democrats.

Still, the proposals reflect significant shifts since the November elections, as well as critical support from the Homeland Security Department.

Proponents said the prospects for such a measure, which would include tougher border security and a guest worker plan, had markedly improved since Nov. 7. ... nted=print

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