Wednesday, October 24, 2007

The "DREAM" That Wouldn't Die

Amnesty is back and, once again, the two US Senators from New Hampshire may cast the deciding votes.

Sen. Harry Reid, taking a brief intermission from lying about conservative talk show hosts, has brought back the so-called "DREAM" Act, which would grant amnesty to more than 2 million illegal immigrants currently in the US.

The vote is scheduled for today, and while the Democrats have a clear pro-amnesty majority, they need 60 votes to keep border security advocates from killing the bill through filibuster.

If Sens. Gregg and Sununu both vote "yes," then this amnesty plan is almost certain to pass. If the both vote "no," it's probably dead--or at least postponed.

If you live in New Hampshire, it's time to make your voice heard. TODAY. Tomorrow is too late. Here are the numbers:

John Sununu (202) 224-2841

Judd Gregg (202) 224-3324

The open-borders gang is already bombarding the phones, so don't wait!

UPDATE! The DC offices have been flooded, and the voice mails are full. So here are the numbers of the local NH offices for the senators:


Manchester, NH Office:41 Hooksett RoadManchester, NH 03104 Main: (603) 622-7979

Nashua, NH Office:170 Main StreetNashua, NH 03060 Main: 603-577-3823

Concord, NH Office:125 North Main StreetConcord, NH 03301 Main: (603) 225-7115

Portsmouth, NH Office:16 Pease BoulevardPortsmouth, NH 03801 Main: (603) 431-2171


BERLIN 60 Pleasant StreetBerlin, NH 03570(603) 752-6074

CLAREMONT 50 Opera House SquareClaremont, NH 03743(603) 542-4872

MANCHESTER 1589 Elm Street, Suite 3Manchester, NH 03101(603) 647-7500

NASHUA 170 Main StreetNashua, NH 03060(603) 577-8960

PORTSMOUTH One New Hampshire AvenueSuite 120Portsmouth, NH 03801(603) 430-9560