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"Much of the credit should also go to the bipartisan lobbying organization NumbersUSA, a powerful advocate for strengthening border security, which made it clear to members of Congress that they weren't buying the phony games some lawmakers wanted to play: proposing tough-sounding amendments that stood little chance of becoming law, while voting for cloture — and in effect for amnesty."http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2007/jun/29/the-people-killed-amnesty/

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Updated: Wed, Jun 18th 2008 @ 12:23pm EDT