NO To Bush's 'Amnesty'
Plan - Wake Up America!

From Ann Druffel

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President Bush and all the Democratic Presidential candidates are pushing amnesty for illegal aliens. Polls show only one-third of Americans agree. Make sure the candidates hear your views.
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In his recent State of the Union address, President Bush again proposed a massive foreign worker program and long-term legal work permits for illegal aliens. Just prior to the President's speech, the Associated Press released a survey in which all the Democratic Presidential candidates also endorsed amnesty.
Since public opinion polls have always shown that the majority of the American public (including those from both major political parties, and nearly all other political and social groupings) overwhelmingly opposes amnesty, the pro-amnesty position being taken by the President and all of the Democratic Presidential candidates can only be designed to appeal to special interests. The only reason the candidates think they can get away with ignoring the concerns of most Americans and catering instead to narrow special interests is because the public has, thus far, only been talking to the Pollsters.
START TALKING TO THE CANDIDATES: TELL THE CANDIDATES YOU OPPOSE AMNESTY. Join with tens of thousands of others who use the free NumbersUSA online fax system to tell Congress, the President and the other Presidential candidates how they feel about amnesty and other immigration issues.
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Amnesty is bad policy: Since 1986, Congress has passed SEVEN amnesties for illegal aliens, all of which: Encourage more illegal immigration: INS estimates indicate that in the decade following the 1986 amnesty, illegal immigration increased dramatically.
Amnesties send the message that the U.S. is not serious about enforcing its immigration laws, and thus, it is worth the risk to break our immigration laws.
Reward illegal behavior: Amnesties forgive the breaking of immigration laws and reward illegal aliens with jobs, wages, legal residency, and in some cases, citizenship. </li>
Harm the most vulnerable Americans: Amnesties allow illegal aliens to live and work legally in the U.S., displacing American workers and depressing wages. Amnesties disproportionately hurt recent immigrants and minorities who tend to work in occupations most affected by mass immigration.
For a complete analysis of current amnesty proposals, descriptions of past amnesties, and a list of actions you can take, access the website . If you have trouble, send an e.mail to and the helpful staff will assist you.
Take action now to benefit the people most hurt by amnesty: More than 15 million American workers cannot currently find a full-time job. This includes the officially unemployed, those who recently were officially looking for work and have given up and those who have had to settle for a part-time job. 40% of Black men ages18-65 are jobless.
Nearly 40 years after Congress passed laws to provide for the full assimilation of black Americans into the country's political, social and economic life, the lack of job opportunities for these descendants of the former American slavery system is scandalous. Most disabled Americans who want to work still can't find a full-time job. Recent reports indicate that businesses have preferred the physically strong foreign workers (more than 10 million of them have been provided over the last decade) to physically handicapped American workers.
600,000 Americans a year are being released from prison and need jobs. Most of them are lower-skilled and lower-educated workers who will have to compete with illegal aliens for jobs and wages.
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