Democrats Plan Sneak Amnesty for Lame Duck Session
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The Democratic leadership team of Pelosi and Reid has payoffs in mind to drag the stealth amnesty DREAM Act into the lame duck session. Tribal Hispanics are demanding their reward for voting against American law and sovereignty in the recent election (helping to elect Harry Reid for example). Senator Reid promised on Univision that he would bring the legislation to a vote in the Senate, despite the objections of the American people to rewarding lawbreakers. The Senator already attached the DREAM Act to the defense spending bill without success.

The bill is not limited to sob-story students who claim to aim for medical school etc., but is a Christmas tree of goodies for lawbreakers of all ages. See NumbersUSA’s Fact Sheet for details.

The post-election lame duck session customarily has dealt with only non-controversial issues, but pols like Pelosi and Reid are willing to trash tradition for a substantial amnesty to create millions of future grateful Democrats.

Pelosi wants DREAM Act vote, Politico, November 10, 2010 06:06 PM EST

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants to push for a vote during the lame-duck session on a bill that would legalize young, undocumented immigrants if they attend college or serve in the military, according to Democratic sources familiar with a leadership conference call Wednesday.

A vote on the bill, known as the DREAM Act, could come as early as next week, the sources said. Pelosi asked Rep. George Miller (D-Calif.) and Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-Calif.) to assess the mood of the caucus, according to one source.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) had previously announced that he plans to bring up the DREAM Act during the lame duck session. His spokesman said Wednesday that Reid still hopes to call a vote.

It doesn’t seem likely that schemer Dems can jam this atrocity through, but never underestimate the legislative tricks of Pelosi and Reid. We should phone our Congress person to condemn the treacherous DREAM Act anyway, if for no other reason than to let them know we citizens haven’t stopped watching just because the election is over.

Remember Mark Twin’s warning: ”No man’s life, liberty, or property are safe while the legislature is in session.”

Rep Steve King (R-IA) commented on the legislation’s possibilities:

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