Friday, June 15, 2007

Republican & Democrat Senate Leaders agree to revive Instant Amnesty for Illegal Aliens Bill

Continue calling U.S. Senators to vote "NO" to Amnesty Bill S.1348 !!!
[see bill status and roll call votes at]

If S.1348 gets 60 U.S. Senators, Republican & Democrat, to vote against a filibuster by Senate opponents of the bill, then the Amnesty Bill giving 12-20 Million Illegal Aliens INSTANT, INDEFINITE LEGAL STATUS will be able to pass the U.S. Senate, possibly as early as next week !!!

And Pelosi has said U.S. House will begin debating immigration in July...

Steve Lefemine
Columbia Christians for Life
Columbia, SC
June 15, 2007


Bush: Time to Act on Immigration
June 15, 2007

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Senate leaders announced plans Thursday night to revive the White House-backed measure as early as next week,...

..., they issued a statement that said in its entirety: "We met this evening with several of the senators involved in the immigration bill negotiations. Based on that discussion, the immigration bill will return to the Senate floor after completion" of sweeping energy legislation that has occupied the Senate this week.

The bill allows illegal immigrants who were in the country as of Jan. 1, 2007, to come forward, pay fees and fines, pass a background check and receive an indefinitely renewable four-year Z visa to live and work legally in the U.S.

Ultimately, holders of Z visas could qualify for citizenship...


Continue calling U.S. Senators to vote "NO" to Amnesty Bill S.1348 !!!

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Senate Leaders Agree to Revive Immigration Bill

June 15, 2007

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WASHINGTON, June 14 ­ Senate Democratic and Republican leaders announced on Thursday that they had agreed on a way to revive a comprehensive immigration bill that was pulled off the Senate floor seven days ago.

The majority leader, Harry Reid, Democrat of Nevada, and the minority leader, Mitch McConnell, Republican of Kentucky, said they expected the bill to return to the floor before the Fourth of July recess.

In a joint statement, Mr. Reid and Mr. McConnell said: “We met this evening with several of the senators involved in the immigration bill negotiations. Based on that discussion, the immigration bill will return to the Senate floor after completion of the energy bill.”

The immigration bill, ardently sought by President Bush, would make the biggest changes in immigration law and policy in more than 20 years.

Earlier in the day, trying to start the bill moving again in the Senate, Mr. Bush called for an immediate burst of $4.4 billion in spending to show that the government was committed to “securing this border once and for all.”

Senator Johnny Isakson, Republican of Georgia, described the call for $4.4 billion as “a good start.” But Mr. Isakson said Mr. Bush needed to do more to secure the border and to show that he was serious about enforcing immigration laws.

Comments by Republican senators on Thursday suggested that they were feeling the heat from conservative critics of the bill, who object to provisions offering legal status. The Republican whip, Trent Lott of Mississippi, who supports the bill, said: “Talk radio is running America. We have to deal with that problem.”

[CCL Note: Senator Trent Lott (R-MS), who called talk radio a "problem," is a 33rd degree Mason, just as is Senator Arlen Specter (R-PA), another supporter of the Amnesty Bill. For information on the roles of 33rd Degree Masons Trent Lott and Arlen Specter in protecting President Bill Clinton from impeachment, see link and information at the end of this report.]

At some point, Mr. Lott said, Senate Republican leaders may try to rein in “younger guys who are huffing and puffing against the bill.”

Senator Jim DeMint, Republican of South Carolina, welcomed the president’s support for more spending on border security, but said, “There’s no reason why we should be forced to tie amnesty to it.”

Mr. Bush said the $4.4 billion would “come from the fines and penalties that we collect from those who have come to our country illegally” and apply for legal status.

Representative Duncan Hunter of California, a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, scorned such linkage. “The idea that we will have border security only if it’s paid for by illegal immigrants is unacceptable,” Mr. Hunter said.


Bush calls for immigration bill by year's end

June 15, 2007

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WASHINGTON ­ One day after the Senate agreed to take up the issue again, President Bush on Friday called on Congress to pass an overhaul of the nation's immigration laws by year's end.

"Each day our nation fails to act, the problem only grows worse. I will continue to work closely with members of both parties, to get past our differences, and pass a bill I can sign this year," Bush said at the National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast in Washington.

Senate Democratic and Republican leaders announced Thursday the chamber will resume debating immigration later this month. The deal to revive the bill came after a stepped-up lobbying effort by Bush, who met with Republican senators during a rare visit to Capitol Hill on Tuesday.

The House will begin debating immigration in July, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has said.

Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., a presidential candidate and bill critic, accused Bush of backing "amnesty fees" and the administration of stalling construction of a U.S.-Mexican border fence "until the president gets his amnesty bill."


Senate gives immigration bill new life
Posted on Fri, Jun. 15, 2007

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Bush returned from an overseas trip Monday night and immediately plunged into the rescue effort. He met with Republican senators in the Capitol on Tuesday, and on Thursday said he would support a call for $4.4 billion in immediate funding aimed at “securing our borders and enforcing our laws at the work site.”

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said he has been pushing for six months to have increased border enforcement funds available as soon as the immigration bill would become law.

[CCL Note: Senator Lindsey "Grahamnesty" is a protege of leading Amnesty Billsupporter, Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) member, and Republican candidate for president, Senator John McCain (R-AZ).
2006 Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Membership Roster ]

“Having the funding guaranteed is a significant step toward confidence-building,” Graham said.

Sen Jim DeMint, R-S.C., said he appreciates the effort to fund border security, “but there’s simply no reason why we should be forced to tie amnesty to it.”

Graham predicted that the Senate will pass a revised immigration measure before the July 4th recess.


Steve Lefemine, pro-life missionary
dir., Columbia Christians for Life
Columbia, SC
June 15, 2007

33rd Degree Mason Republican Senator Trent Lott,
33rd Degree Mason Republican Arlen Specter, and
33rd Degree Mason Democrat Robert Byrd,
and the fraudulent impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton:

[additional emphasis added]

The power of the Masonic bond was evidenced in the impeachment trial of President Clinton. In high school Clinton had been president of the Masonic youth group De Molay and in 1988 was inducted into the International De Molay Hall-of-Fame. Three Senators, all 33rd degree Masons, were instrumental in his acquittal: Majority Leader Trent Lott limited the time and the number of witnesses available to the House prosecutors; Republican Arlen Specter led the 10 Republican Senators who voted to acquit; Democrat Robert C. Byrd, although publicly acknowledging Clinton's guilt, actually voted for acquittal, and set the example for all other Democrats.

The secret oaths and insoluble bonds of Freemasonry bring them ever closer to their ultimate goals the destruction of Christianity and the establishment of a pagan New World Order.

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