33 million immigrants!

I was outraged to learn that the Gang of Eight’s amnesty bill will add 33 million people to the United States’ population in the next ten years, and 20 million people every decade after that! How is this just to the 22 million Americans unable to find a full-time job? I urge you to oppose this horrible bill.
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March jobs report

I wanted to tell you about the March jobs reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. About 663,000 Americans gave up their job search in March and there are now more than 55 million working-age Americans no longer working. Why would Congress seek to increase the number of green cards the federal government issues? I urge you to oppose legislation that would bring in more foreign workers.
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Tell the RNC establishment — no amnesty!

We are disappointed that Sen. Rand Paul and GOP Chairman Reince Priebus are rushing to amnesty illegal aliens in an effort to reach Hispanic voters. Instead of amnestying illegal aliens and putting millions of Americans out of work, Republicans would be wise to push legislation to bring Hispanic Americans into the middle class. This is the best way of making Hispanic voters into Republican voters.
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Most don’t believe border security is in the works

I find it disturbing that according to Rasmussen, only 9% of Americans believe it is “very likely” that the government “would actually secure the border and prevent illegal immigration” if Congress passes comprehensive immigration reform legislation. It is equally disturbing that Chris Crane, the head of ICE’s union, said that the border could never be secured if Congress passes immigration reform before ensuring that the border is secured. We urge you to postpone passage of an amnesty for illegal aliens so that the border can be secured once and for all.
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Oppose Gramnesty

Senators and Representative:

The anti-amnesty advertisement running in South Carolina echoes my feelings on Sen. Graham’s immigration proposal, which puts the interests of people who have abused our immigration system before the interests of legal immigrants and American citizens. I hope you will instead support fulfilling Congress’ broken enforcement promises.
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