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How NumbersUSA Gives Jobless Americans a Voice in Pleading Their Case

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  by  James Robb

Last Tuesday, I wrote our members asking for donations so we can continue our faxing operation. For the very first time, I thought to put in an email address, so members could contact me directly. Scores wrote, including many who are unemployed and on the edge financially. Take this stirring message from Frances:

I want to thank you (NumbersUSA) for giving regular Americans the ability to participate in our government via your website, especially at this critical time in our American history.

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Rep. Todd Tiahrt Cosponsors Three Immigration-Reduction Bills

Rep. Todd Tiahrt

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Rep. Todd Tiahrt (R-Kan.) added his name to the list of cosponsors to three of the "5 Great Immigration-Reduction Bills" supported by NumbersUSA. On Thursday, Rep. Tiahrt cosponsored Rep. Phil Gingrey's Chain Migration Bill, Rep. Nathan Deal's Birthright Citizenship Act, and Rep. Marsha Blackburn's CLEAR Act.

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Obama Says There's No Consensus on Immigration Reform

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Pres. Barack Obama took the first step on Thursday towards immigration reform and an amnesty for more than 11 million illegal aliens. Members of the Administration met with 30 Members of Congress from both sides of the issue and both sides of the aisle to get the debate rolling, but Pres. Obama said after the meeting that there was "not by any means consensus across the table."

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My Letter To Congress During White House Amnesty Meeting (we'll remind voters next year of all who turned back on U.S. jobless)

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  by  Roy Beck

Most attendees of the White House amnesty meeting today fell all over themselves to show their concern for helping the 12 million illegal aliens in this country. I sent a letter to each Member of Congress reminding that they may not want to face voters next year and have to answer why they chose giving permanent work permits to illegal aliens while 14 million unemployed Americans couldn't find jobs.

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Chief of Staff says not enough votes for Immigration Reform

Rahm Emanuel

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Pres. Barack Obama's Chief of Staff met with reporters on Thursday morning before the President's 2 p.m. meeting with Congressional leaders to kick off the discussion for immigration reform. But Rahm Emanuel said that the White House doesn't believe they have enough votes in Congress for an amnesty bill.

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Contact the White House before Today's Immigration Summit

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Today, Pres. Barack Obama and the White House will host a bi-partisan group of Congressional leaders to jump-start the discussion on amnesty and immigration reform. It is imperative that you call and fax the White House NOW and tell Pres. Obama to say no to offering amnesty to illegal aliens and increasing work visas while more than 14 million Americans are looking for work. Visit your Action Buffet NOW and help us counter the 25,000 pro-amnesty phone calls made to the White House earlier this week.

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693,437 Anti-Amnesty, LESS-Immigration Faxes So Far This Month

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  by  Roy Beck

At the moment I am posting this blog, our computers show that voters who care about their unemployed American neighbors have sent 693,437 faxes THIS MONTH through NumbersUSA to Congress and the White House. The message of the faxes is loud and clear: NO amnesty and LESS immigration.

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