STOP THIS SHAMNESTY BILL NOW!
Nebraskans calling Sens. Johanns and Fischer
This notice from Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom Project Immigration Committee and the Sarpy County Republican Party: Toll Free D.C. #s 866-220-0044 or 877-851-6437
Project Immigration Members -I received this email from the Sarpy County Republican Party for a “call in” to our Senators tomorrow from 10:00 a.m. to noon. I am a member of the Sarpy Republicans. I was very disappointed to say the least when our two Senators voted to advance this disastrous bill to the floor for debate. There is an article on the front page of the Wednesday Omaha World-Herald entitled – Immigration – Early Vote easy, but battles lie ahead. The article includes comments from both Senators Fischer and Johanns. In today’s OWH Senator Johanns has an article in the Midlands Voices. Let’s keep up the fight, call Washington tomorrow, and make our voices heard. Signed Susan Gumm NTF Project Immigration, Project Manager.
Sarpy County Republican Party – Senate Immigration Nightmare Coming! Thursday, June 13th Hello, Just when we thought we were safe for another year because the Unicameral was out of session Congress is once again giving us the pleasure of being stalwarts for freedom & liberty.
As many of us were paying attention to the latest scandal(s) the White House has been embroiled in there was something massive that may have slipped past our attention. On Tuesday (6/11) the “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” bill (S.744) was voted to advanced to formal debate.
Advancement is the first step towards passing and could have been a chance to be dead on arrival. However, it moved forward with a vote of 82-15.
The unfortunate news is that both of Nebraska’s Senators voted FOR this advancement.
If you have not been paying attention to the news on this bill or had a chance to read up on it here are some highlights:
According to the Heritage Foundation, 11 million illegal aliens will receive $9.4 trillion in government services over their lifetime, but only pay $3.1 million in taxes.
According to the Heritage Foundation, if the S.744 is not passed, and we continue implementing current immigration laws taxpayers will spend a net $54.5 billion annually compared to $126 billion if S.744 were to pass.
S.744 earmarks $150 million for immigration lawyers and pro-illegal-immigration groups that educate and assist illegal aliens in completing the amnesty process (p. 133-136).
S.744 prevents ICE agents from deporting illegal aliens during the application window for amnesty if the illegal alien appears to be eligible for amnesty, regardless of if they have submitted an application.
So, how do we make our impact felt in Washington? We coordinate and focus our efforts to let them know that we are still here and we are not happy.
We are going to achieve this by lighting up their phone lines during a specific window of time!
On Friday (6/12) from 10AM to noon please place two phone calls. In any order you want please call Senators Johanns and Fischer, contact information below. Let them know you were unhappy with their advancement vote and when it comes time to vote on the bill they cast a NO vote.
Please ensure you are courteous & respectful when you call. Senator Johanns: (202) 224-4224
Senator Fischer: (202) 224-6551
Please spread the word and let your friends and family. Remember the condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance. Thank you for all of your effort. Signed by Levi D. Lippincott, Chairman
Sarpy County Republican Party
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