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Old 08-06-2008, 04:39 PM
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I've been talking to you for several months about state and local "sanctuary policies" which not only prohibit many local police officers from checking an individual’s immigration status, but also prevents them from cooperating with federal immigration officials, which is an absolute violation of federal law - 8 U.S.C. 1373, 1644.

These illegal local policies not only show contempt for federal immigration laws, they also create "sanctuaries" for illegal aliens and result in increased violent crime and huge costs to law-abiding taxpayers for shelter, education, health care and jail space for illegal immigrants.

I'd like you to show your support for the rule of law can call upon your governor to enforce immigration laws in your state. You can sign up at a special web site we've built to fight sanctuary for illegal aliens –

You can stand up to radical "no borders" groups, the ACLU, and politicians who don't care about the rule of law.

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