Dec 082010
 

WATCH SENATE DEBATE LIVE

Joe Sestak JUST stated it will not pass per FNC… Harry will JUST have to take this off the table…Coverage also on C-Span II

DREAM Act Clears House, but Appears Doomed–Immigration bill passes House vote, faces Senate struggle


DREAM or Nightmare? Immigration Bill Clears House, but Appears Doomed



Please call these ten undecided Senators and tell them to vote no on the DREAM Act:

Alaska

Murkowski, Lisa
DC: (202) 224-6665
Local: (907) 271-3735

Louisiana

Landrieu, Mary
DC: (202) 224-5824
Local: (225) 389-0395

Maine

Collins, Susan
DC: (202) 224-2523
Local: (207) 622-8414

Snowe, Olympia
DC: (202) 224-5344
Local: (207) 622-8292

Michigan

Stabenow, Debbie
DC: (202) 224-4822
Local: (313) 961-4330

Missouri

McCaskill, Claire
DC: (202) 224-6154
Local: (314) 367-1364

Montana
Baucus, Max
DC: (202) 224-2651
Local: (406) 657-6790

North Dakota

Dorgan, Byron
DC: (202) 224-2551
Local: (701) 250-4618

Conrad, Kent
DC: (202) 224-2043
Local: (701) 258-4648

West Virginia

Manchin, Joe
DC: (202) 224-3954
Local: (304) 264-4626

Good luck with most of them!

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  9 Responses to “DREAM Amnesty, Debate at 11am EST in the Senate (Call TEN)”

  1. Sen. Vitter asks to oppose clouture on Dream Act…

    “Listen to The People”

  2. [...] DREAM Amnesty, Debate at 11am EST in the Senate (Call TEN) [...]

  3. Harry Reid looking invisible on his thrown. In Quorum because they don’t know what they are doing!

  4. Oh gawd, Harry whining :Untoward GOP won’t give me my way waaa…

    They have shut him DOWN!

  5. Senate tables consideration of Dream Act 59-40! Again ONE VOTE!

  6. vi·ti·ate
       /ˈvɪʃiˌeɪt/ Show Spelled[vish-ee-eyt] Show IPA
    –verb (used with object), -at·ed, -at·ing.
    1.
    to impair the quality of; make faulty; spoil.
    2.
    to impair or weaken the effectiveness of.
    3.
    to debase; corrupt; pervert.
    4.
    to make legally defective or invalid; invalidate: to vitiate a claim.

    By ONE VOTE!

  7. ALERT!!! This will be taken up again NEXT week per Michelle Malkin:

    The Senate just voted 59-40 to table the DREAM Act illegal alien bailout cloture vote. It’s been “vitiated,” to use Senate parlance. They’ll take up the House-passed version next week.

    Which means another week of open-borders agitation, radical ethnic triablism, and new Democrat euphemisms for illegal aliens.

    It’s also another week for you to re-double phone calls, faxes and e-mails to Washington and demand that they put law-abiding American workers and students — and law-abiding immigrants and visa applicants — first.

  8. Sestak: DREAM Act Won’t Pass Senate

    Democratic senator frustrated with ‘absurd’ timing, politics surrounding vote


  9. Jim Hoft-Gateway Pundit:

    Senate Democrats punted on a vote for the DREAM Act after Republicans blocked Harry Reid from moving forward with the bill to give amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants.
    FOX News reported:

    The Senate on Thursday punted on a DREAM Act vote after Democrats failed to advance a version that passed the House Wednesday night.

    Senate Democrats hope to vote on the House-passed legislation before the lame-duck session ends this month.

    “We still hope to consider it before we leave,” a spokesman for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid told Fox News.

    Earlier, Reid tried to shelve a procedural vote on the legislation that would carve out a path to legalization for hundreds of thousands of foreign-born youngsters brought to this country illegally because he said it would be more appropriate to take up the version that cleared the House.

    But Republicans refused to let him to do that. So Reid had the Senate vote on killing a motion to start debate on the bill.

    Good.
    Now if they would only kill the lame duck.

    NOTE: I will be posting the FOX article now…

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