Thursday, August 29, 2013


Obama Administration:
Pass Amnesty to boost Obamacare
To Fight, We Must Raise $49,000 By Midnight Labor Day!
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Dear Larry Killion, 
Obamacare supporters promised it would never be given to illegal aliens. Now we know how the Obama administration intended to live up to that promise: make sure no "undocumented immigrant" is considered illegal! Here's what the Obama administration official in charge of the nation's healthcare bureaucracy had to say:
"Well, [Obamacare] is crafted in such a way that those who are undocumented will not have access to the tax credits or shopping in the marketplace. That has been limited, which is, frankly, why --another very keen reason why we need comprehensive immigration reform."
--Kathleen Sebelius, 
U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services
The government is already straining to implement Obamacare. Does anyone really think that making tax credits available to millions of presently illegal aliens will make Obamacare more financially sound? Of course not: your healthcare costs will soar as Washington rewards people for breaking our immigration laws.
Larry, I'm positive you want to prevent illegal aliens from receiving amnesty. Offering them subsidized health care will only encourage more illegal immigration. The only way to stop this reward to those who broke the law is to defeat any and all amnesties this fall. We need more funding to do this. The Open Borders Coalition is spending $ Billions to push Amnesty and higher numbers through. They outspend us 100 to 1. Help us even the odds!
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We must raise $49,000 before midnight on Labor Day. That amount will bring us up to budget for the month. It will be hard to meet this political crisis if we fail raising the budget. Please reach down deep and give generously right now.
The Senate's Comprehensive Immigration Reform will legalize or import 33 million more mostly low-income foreign workers. When they are covered by Obamacare, they will be subsidized by U.S. workers. When they aren't, employers will have a financial incentive to replace American workers who are covered. Either way, the American workers get punished.
But of course, there is a third option: enforce our current immigration laws. Any time you hear a politician claim we can't deport 11 million people, the likelihood is that he has an Amnesty plan up his sleeve, because without the jobs magnet, millions would go home. Our immigration system didn't break; our government sabotaged it. Mandating E-Verify would keep illegal immigrants out of the U.S. workforce.

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