Congress is supposed to serve taxpayers, citizens as a whole

Bush talks about “our moral obligation” to allow these millions of lawbreakers amnesty. Where was our moral obligation after Katrina? Where is it for our troops in the way of equipment, decent care at the VA or back-to-back-to-back deployments? The latest Rasmussen poll on illegal immigration shows that 55 percent of Democrats and 83 percent of
Republicans are against this sham! That’s 69 percent of Americans. Where are you?

If you want to retain our democracy and have a chance of fighting Bush’s North American Union (, it’s time to pull off the gloves and show these traitors just who they work for: not the corporations, not the Chamber of Commerce, not La Raza or the Catholic Church; but rather, for American taxpayers, who will go broke paying for all of this “morality”! Burn up your senator’s phone lines, faxes and e-mails until this monster is finally dead! And make sure you have the memory of a patriot in the 2008 elections. If they want to dance with the globalists, they can go work for them on their dime ... not ours!
It’s time to put an end to American taxpayers being the suckers of the universe. We pay for everything for everybody, and we can’t even afford our prescriptions or property taxes. Have you had enough yet?

~From Sile McGrath, Eagle Mills, N.Y.


Not asleep at wheel

On illegal immigration, the American people have a strong message: Build the fence now. Forget about new immigration laws. Enforce the laws that are on the books now. The American people will never go along with this disgusting ploy of amnesty for illegals. This must be stopped. Stop illegal employment. Stop the drain on our social services. Stop the anchor-baby policy. Stop the chain migration. If we need workers, set up employment agencies in other countries. Let the people apply for employment there, come here for a specific length of time and then go home. What is so hard about that?
Americans are not asleep at the wheel. This Senate initiative will never fly with us!

~From Vonnise Cobb, Jacksonville, Fla.

Faith in the law

It has been suggested that presidential candidate Mitt Romney would owe his allegiance to his church. While that would be true in his personal life, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints all over the world subscribe to The Articles of Faith of the church. In Article 12, it is stated: “We believe in being subject to kings, presidents, rulers, and magistrates, in obeying, honoring, and sustaining the law.” Most Latter-day Saints follow the law of the land in which they live.

~From Miriam Feldstein Case, Campton, N.H.