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Quit catering to the damn illegals!!!

We Stand With Arizona.
We Stand Against Illegal Immigration.
We Stand Against The Federal Government's Refusal To Address Securing The Borders Or Enforcing Laws Against Illegal Immigration.
We Stand Against The Plan To Provide Amnesty For The 15-20 Million Illegal's In This Country.

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The 1st Session of the 111th Congress started Thursday, Jan 8, 2009.

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The 2nd session of the WA State Legislature started Monday, January 11, 2010.

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On Monday Jan 11 2010, the gavel will sound in Olympia to signify the beginning of the 60-day Legislative Session. The central issue to be considered this year will be how to solve the multi-billion dollar deficit created by the overspending of Gov. Gregoire and the Democrats. In addition, legislation that affects every aspect of your life from education to health care to transportation to public safety will also be considered.

Check out the Washington State Patrol's Most Wanted list: 19 of the 26 are citizens of Mexico.

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18-Dec-2010 US Senate defeats Dream Act immigration measure

The US Senate on Saturday blocked a White House-backed bill to offer a path to citizenship to young undocumented immigrants who attend college or enroll in the military.

Lawmakers voted 55-41, largely along party lines, to end debate on the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act, falling short of the 60 needed to do so and effectively killing the legislation.

Some of President Barack Obama's Democratic allies sided with most Republicans to defeat the measure, which opponents had charged amounted to amnesty.

Supporters of the bill, a top priority of Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, said it was wrong to punish people brought to the United States by undocumented parents and emphasized that the legislation included safeguards and set high hurdles to citizenship.

The measure would have offered legal residency to undocumented immigrants under 30, who arrived in the United States before they were 16, have lived on US soil for five years, have not committed serious crimes, graduated from high school and either attended college or served in the US armed forces.

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