Saturday, May 12, 2007

Spanish television reports update on immigration reform in U.S. Senate

Telemundo (the Spanish television station) reported this week that Harry Reid, the U.S. Senate Majority Leader, will bring up for negotiation the Senate immigration bill from last year, since Senate Democrats and Republicans have not come up with an agreement on a new bill.

Note, the bill in question offers amnesty to many millions of illegal aliens living in the U.S. Last year, the bill was stopped by the House of Representatives. Also note, it is Telemundo, not the U.S. mainstream media (commonly referred to as MSM) which is apparently staying on top of this news.

Senators are expected to debate the bill on the Senate floor starting Monday. Telemundo also said that experts claim that if a deal is not made withing the next two weeks, the immigration debate will be dead.

The U.S. mainstream media may not think it's important enough to report, but we think this is a perfect time to contact your senators and representatives to let them know that you want them to oppose any bill that offers amnesty to illegal aliens.

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