Senate revives amnesty: Here's how to stop it
Let Senate know how you feel about illegal immigration
Here's a letter from Joseph Farah to help combat those who would undermine the United States:
"The No Amnesty Pledge."
This is more than a letter of protest of efforts to provide amnesty for tens of millions of illegal immigrants currently residing in the U.S. It's a promise of a vote against any senator who supports such a plan.
It's a promise of financial support to candidates opposing any senator who supports such a plan.
It's a promise to expose this betrayal of the rule of law and the will of the people to the constituents of any senator who approves such legislation.
It's a promise to use any legal means necessary to thwart the future ambitions and aspirations of any senator who chooses to reward lawbreakers and punish law-keepers.
It's a promise to fight tooth and nail, even resorting to peaceful civil disobedience if necessary, to ensure that such legislation can never be carried out.
I don't expect you to read all of the "No Amnesty Pledge" letters currently flooding into your office. All you have to do is read one – and notice the volume of duplicate letters you are receiving, all sent by different American citizens who are thinking about this issue just as I am.
Frankly, we're concerned that what is being considered by the U.S. Senate would tear this country apart, break trust between the people and government and forever change the character of our nation and our communities.
Vote no on amnesty – or else!