First and foremost, I would like to thank you for your service to our area. The focus of this petition is to bring something important to your attention that we find to be a timely and leading topic of discussion amongst conservatives in your district.
As I am sure you will agree, the Senate Immigration Bill (S. 744) is a dangerous piece of legislation that many people in your district are concerned will be brought forth during the current session.
I believe it is unthinkable to grant amnesty to the 11.5 million illegal immigrants in our Country. Congress has granted amnesty 7 times over a period of nearly 30 years. Rather than solving the problem it has created an environment that motivates more immigrants to enter the Country illegally.
I understand that you oppose blanket amnesty and more specifically S. 744.
Although I appreciate your position on blanket amnesty, I am worried that other legislators are planning to bring forth further immigration reform legislation, in some instances stand-along legislation which includes border security, that could allow for a compromise over S. 744 in the House.
Congressman, please keep the Senate Immigration Reform Bill from being allowed to survive in the House. Giving millions of illegal immigrants a free pass, as this bill allows, could ruin our Country!
The Senate bill could not come to the House floor unless the Rules Committee reports out a Rule allowing for its consideration, and that Rule needs to be adopted by the full House.
For this reason, I add my name to encourage you to pledge to oppose such a rule for S. 744. Your pledge will help ensure we kill the bill!
I look forward to hearing your response. If you are willing to make the pledge, please contact our group by emaiing Ohio Citizens for Sensible Immigration (www.immigrationohio.org) email@example.com or calling 330-562-9130.
Thank you in advance for your consideration!
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Rachel Gardner, United States2 years ago Comments: Please stop this bill!
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