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dpp
06-29-2007, 01:30 PM
Dear Mr. Perumalla :

Thank you for contacting me regarding immigration reform. I appreciate your thoughts and concern s on this serious issue.

After thorough consideration and listening to the concerns of people with strongly held views on both sides of this issue, I voted against the immigration bill (S. 1639).

The legislation ultimately failed by fourteen votes and was removed from further consideration by the Senate.

America is a nation of immigrants, and it is true that we must resolve the fact that 12 million undocumented immigrants currently live and work in this country.

But America is also a nation of laws, and our current immigration system is badly broken. Unfortunately, this deeply flawed plan does not secure our borders, does not respect family unity, and does not deal fairly with the hard-working immigrants who are already living here.

I voted 'no' because the Senate's approach is not a long-term answer to this country's undocumented immigration problem. We must find a sustainable solution so that we do not return to this divisive debate again and again every few years. The approach rejected would have left us with broken borders and broken immigrant families, driving our country further apart instead of closer together. Americans and those who long to be Americans deserve a better solution than that.

Please be assured that I will keep your thoughts in mind should similar legislation be considered in the future.

Again, thank you for contacting me. I hope the information I have provided is helpful. My website http://bayh.senate.gov , can provide additional details about legislation and state projects, and you can also sign up to receive my monthly e-newsletter , The Bayh Bulletin , by clicking on the link at the top of my homepage. I value your input and hope you will continue to keep me informed of the issues important to you.


Office of Senator Evan Bayh
(202) 224-5623
Russell 463
Washington, D.C. 20510

EndlessWait
06-29-2007, 01:37 PM
Dear Mr. Perumalla :

Thank you for contacting me regarding immigration reform. I appreciate your thoughts and concern s on this serious issue.

After thorough consideration and listening to the concerns of people with strongly held views on both sides of this issue, I voted against the immigration bill (S. 1639).

The legislation ultimately failed by fourteen votes and was removed from further consideration by the Senate.

America is a nation of immigrants, and it is true that we must resolve the fact that 12 million undocumented immigrants currently live and work in this country.

But America is also a nation of laws, and our current immigration system is badly broken. Unfortunately, this deeply flawed plan does not secure our borders, does not respect family unity, and does not deal fairly with the hard-working immigrants who are already living here.

I voted 'no' because the Senate's approach is not a long-term answer to this country's undocumented immigration problem. We must find a sustainable solution so that we do not return to this divisive debate again and again every few years. The approach rejected would have left us with broken borders and broken immigrant families, driving our country further apart instead of closer together. Americans and those who long to be Americans deserve a better solution than that.

Please be assured that I will keep your thoughts in mind should similar legislation be considered in the future.

Again, thank you for contacting me. I hope the information I have provided is helpful. My website http://bayh.senate.gov , can provide additional details about legislation and state projects, and you can also sign up to receive my monthly e-newsletter , The Bayh Bulletin , by clicking on the link at the top of my homepage. I value your input and hope you will continue to keep me informed of the issues important to you.


Office of Senator Evan Bayh
(202) 224-5623
Russell 463
Washington, D.C. 20510

Looks like a standard automated response. Thank you senators for taking our taxes.

regards
Legal suckers.

dpp
06-29-2007, 01:40 PM
Looks like a standard automated response. Thank you senators for taking our taxes.

regards
Legal suckers.


I don't think so. But it mentioned "does not deal fairly with the hard-working immigrants who are already living here.". It means they know our problem, if not completely but for sure a little.

EndlessWait
06-29-2007, 01:42 PM
I don't think so. But it mentioned "does not deal fairly with the hard-working immigrants who are already living here.". It means they know our problem, if not completely but for sure a little.

"hard-working immigrants" ?? infact we are temporary workers. pls interpret appropriately.

dpp
06-29-2007, 01:49 PM
"hard-working immigrants" ?? infact we are temporary workers. pls interpret appropriately.

You look for syntax a lot like a compiler. But senators use "hard-working immigrants" word for low-skilled or high-skilled or undocumented or overstay or any alien. So, don't take it to heart. Just leave it. I just posted it to let you guys know, thats all.