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Reject Alien Amnesty

Now that we know Majority Leader Reid intends to ram through Alien Amnesty, the time has come to bury the issue once and for all.  Sweet, gentle emails, faxes & phone calls stopped it twice, but like a vampire, it keeps coming back from the dead.

Lets bury it so deep they can never dig it up again. provides a means of sending emails to the President, your Representative & Senators with a single, simple form.

In the box labeled My Elected Officials, enter your zip code.  Under the heading  Write Your Elected Officials, click the Federal link.  Select Immigration as the issue and compose your message.   In the body of your message, tell them that the bottom line is on a web page and give them  a link to

Their editor does not have a provision for entering links. Use html. Copy and paste this into your message:

<a href = “”>Loud & Clear.</a>

In Letters to Leaders, that comes through like this: Loud & Clear. Near the bottom of the form there is an option button, cleared by default, labeled Letters to Leaders.  Select that option so that everyone can see your message.

When the recipients click the link, they will see a big, bold unmistakably clear message of outraged rejection; a four word profane execration followed by exclamation points. The clincher follows the exclamation points.

My vote depends on your vote. Be careful when voting and make no mistakes.

December 2, 2008 Posted by | Politics | , | Leave a comment

Buying Friends

An email  from UN Watch brings an unpleasant revelation.  A recent UN cmte. vote approved a censure of Iran’s civil rights violations by a very narrow margin.   Iran’s motion to take no action on the censure lost by a margin of 10 votes out of 180.
A plenary vote on the censure is expected in December.

The Ottawa Citizen [background info.] lists the Canadian aid recipients who voted with Iran against the Canadian sponsored censure.

  • Bangladesh
  • Indonesia
  • Mali
  • Senegal
  • Kenya
  • Sri Lanka
  • Vietnam
  • Pakistan
  • Zambia
  • Malawi
  • Bolivia
  • Cambodia
  • Nicaragua

Two CIDA partners, Honduras and Ukraine voted with Canada.  Wealthy Western nations might do well to consider this and other votes on human rights related issues when allocating foreign aid.

December 2, 2008 Posted by | Politics | , , | 1 Comment


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