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  by  Chad MacDonald

On Sunday March 21, 2010 reports say that 100,000 pro-amnesty supporters will "March for America" in Washington D.C. to fight for citizenship of 11-20 million illegal aliens in this country. We need you to help us S.T.O.P. AMNESTY in 4 DAYS!

Just last week, President Obama met with Amnesty leaders at the White House and also met with Senators Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) who are working on a bi-partisan comprehensive immigration reform bill. Amnesty leaders urged the President to make a move on immigration before this weekend's "March for America".

Does this make any sense?

With 25 million Americans looking for full-time work, can America really sustain a blanket Amnesty? The answer is NO. This is not a social issue, this is a fiscal concern, a fiscal reality, and a fiscal nightmare. Here is what you can do to help:

Step #1: Friday, March 19 - 1:30 p.m., Local Time

Who: NumbersUSA Local Power Team - Grassroots Activists

What: Local District Office Visits Across the Nation

When: 1:30 p.m., Local Time

Where: Every local district office, every member of Congress, Representatives and Senators

How: Print or hand write a statement to S.T.O.P. Amnesty and deliver it to your local district office. Make sure that the letter gets entered into the registry. Make sure the staff records your visit and that your voice is heard!

Visiting the nearest district office of your Congressman is the single most important thing you can do Friday, March 19 to help us S.T.O.P. AMNESTY in 4 DAYS!

Please print out your letter/ talking points and prep for your visit.

CHAD MACDONALD is the Director for Social Media Marketing for NumbersUSA

Illegal Immigration

Updated: Thu, Mar 18th 2010 @ 10:48am EDT

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