25 May 2006

u s senate approves immigration bill S.2611

related post: S.1639 george bush's illegal alien amnesty bill cloture vote

S.2611 text &cover page

s.2611 was introduced by who else but pennsylvania's slimeball senator arlen specter on 07 april 2006.

despite massive public opposition as well as common sense the united states senate has chosen to sell out the republic. this would all seem to play into this post we came across on spelunking through the chaos captioned: The 'Amero' and the destruction of US sovereignty, where they talk about the security and prosperity partnership of north america (SPP). which is seeking to merge the united states, mexico and canada into one union like the european union.
the united states senate has just given "special privileges to ILLEGAL ALIENS that are not even enjoyed by the average American!" - j. william lauderback, executive vice president,
by the way mary landrieu voted for s.2611.

lauderback continues on in an acu action alert posted here about how:

What's wrong with the Senate?

It's bad enough that they are attempting to grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens.

It's bad enough that they effectively REJECTED an amendment last week that would have prohibited illegal aliens from collecting Social Security benefits that they accrued while in the country ILLEGALLY using FRAUDULENT Social Security numbers! (Or as radio commentator Rush Limbaugh said: "You steal it! You've earned it!")

But now, they're actually trying to grant HIGHER wages and virtually guaranteed employment to ILLEGAL aliens!

Here's what columnist Robert Novak wrote on Monday; commenting on a newly updated study of the Senate amnesty legislation offered by The Heritage Foundation:

"The bill extends the Davis-Bacon Act's requirement for the payment of 'prevailing wage' levels to all temporary guest workers. That puts them ahead of American workers, who have this protection only on federal job sites."

"Foreign guest farm workers, admitted under the bill, cannot be 'terminated from employment by any employer . . . except for just cause.' In contrast, American ag workers can be fired for any reason."

Effectively, the Senate is sending a message to ILLEGAL ALIENS: "Come on in. We'll guarantee you wages and employment rights that aren't even guaranteed to most Americans!"

It's outrageous! It's sheer madness!

click here to read more.

even former reagan attorney general edwin meese calls it "an amnesty by any other name..." and writes:
"President Bush and Congress would do better to start with securing the border and strengthening enforcement of existing immigration laws. We might also try improving on Ronald Reagan’s idea of a pilot program for genuinely temporary workers.

The fair and sound policy is to give those who are here illegally the opportunity to correct their status by returning to their country of origin and getting in line with everyone else. This, along with serious enforcement and control of the illegal inflow at the border—a combination of incentives and disincentives—will significantly reduce over time our population of illegal immigrants."
we suppose the only thing we have going for us is that s.2611 now moves to the house and this year every seat in the house is up for reelection. another good thing about this bill is that with this vote we can see which senators truly are working for the destruction of america.
see also: senate passes immigration bill
by charles hurt the washington times
25 may 2006
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    GovTrack.us. S. 2611--109th Congress (2006): Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2006, GovTrack.us (database of federal legislation)

    Because the U.S. Congress posts most legislative information online one legislative day after events occur, GovTrack is usually one legislative day behind.