The RNC has seen their donations drop by 40%, as Americans angrily try to fight against the amnesty for 12 million illegal immigrants that the White House seems so desperate to force on us. But why? That's what I don't understand. This bill is unpopular on both sides of the political fence. They want to give this country away to a bunch of people waving Mexican flags, sending money back to Mexico, refusing to speak English, and refusing altogether to assimilate in any way, shape, or form. Wherever there is a large influx of illegal immigrants, a large influx of crime -- and especially violent crime -- seems to follow. And what will happen to national security when our borders are wide open, free for anyone to penetrate?
How are we supposed to get through to the idiots in Washington, when even drastically cutting back their money doesn't do it?
Don't stop -- keep the pressure on Washington. Hot Air is asking everyone to Join the Cero Peso Campaign.
This is a document with four cero peso notes, free for you to print out and send to the RNC. And while you're at it, send it to the Democrats, too.
Republican National Committee
310 First Street, SE
Washington DC 20003
Democratic National Committee
430 S. Capitol St. SE
Washington, DC 20003
Also, don't forget to sign Rep. Eric Cantor's No Amnesty Petition:
The rule of law is vital to the success and character of our nation.
I strongly urge our nation's leaders to oppose the Ted Kennedy Amnesty Bill currently being considered by the United States Senate.
Almost two decades ago, amnesty was attempted - it failed. Repeating that mistake will do nothing to secure our borders today.
America's insecure borders are an enormous threat to our national security - a liability we can not afford in the struggle against gang violence on our streets or in the Global War on Terror.
We must take steps to secure our border, but amnesty is not the way.
Our message is simple - do not support amnesty.
Keep the pressure on. Don't give up. We can send a message to Washington and stop amnesty in its tracks.
Rep. and Presidential Candidate Duncan Hunter has a petition to build the border fence:
"It’s all too obvious that America is under threat because its land borders are largely porous and unprotected. In response, last year Congress passed, and the President signed into law, legislation calling for the construction of 854 miles of border fencing along the U.S.-Mexico border. Despite this legislative mandate by the U.S. Congress, the Department of Homeland Security recently announced its intention to build only 370 miles of fencing along the border, not the 854 miles required by the legislation. The Kennedy-McCain Amnesty bill, also would cut the 854 miles of fence down to 370.
I wrote the border fence bill and it is not ambiguous. It is not a suggestion. It was passed and signed by the President. It is the law. It has been over six months since we passed that law and only 11 miles have been built. At that rate, it will take us 20 years to build it. If elected President, I will build all 854 miles in six months. In the meantime, it is still the law and the fact that only 11 miles have been built is unacceptable." - Congressman Duncan Hunter
Be sure to sign it.