How you can fight immigration

Posted: February 17, 2006 in Politics

 This is a good way for people to fight immigration when they don’t have the energy to go out and do something. Fax your concerns to Congress, and make a difference! 

The great site NumbersUSA has expanded very fast in the past year. Their website lets you fax Congress for free and let your voice be heard on immigration issues.

94,000 additional people in the past year have been free faxing to fix our broken immigration system!

I firmly believe that the faxes from their members had a lot to do with the pressure applied to our representatives in the House that got H.R. 4437 passed in December.

Now they need to raise a few bucks to expand their system infrastructure to handle the explosive growth.

The good news, they have found some grateful soul who cares about the issue so much they will do a 2 for 1 matching donation!

So please, head over to their donation page and send them a few dollars. Even if you just send $20 dollars that will mean $60 dollars to them with the 2 for 1 donation!

And if you haven’t already, go fax your Congressional Representatives and let your voice be heard on immigration reform.

If you run a website feel free to copy and paste this in full.

  1. TL Winslow says:

    The age-old pesky U.S.-Mexico border problem has taxed the resources of both countries, led to long lists of injustices, and appears to be heading only for worse troubles in the future. Guess what? The border problem can never be solved. Why? Because the border IS the problem! It’s time for a paradigm change.

    Never fear, a satisfying, comprehensive solution is within reach: the Megamerge Dissolution Solution. Simply dissolve the border along with the failed Mexican government, and megamerge the two countries under U.S. law, with mass free 2-way migration eventually equalizing the development and opportunities permanently, with justice and without racism, and without threatening U.S. sovereignty or basic principles.

    Click the url and read about the new paradigm for U.S.-Mexico relations.

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