Some GREAT news enforcement is working and more

Enforcement is working in Alabama - will other States follow suit?
After Kicking Out Illegal Aliens Alabama Is Putting American Citizens Back To Work
Menendez: Immigration bill doesn’t have enough votes to pass Senate
Finally someone saying - it should be what is best for the Country NOT votes and politics
Yeah - You Go Representative Brooks - drop him a line and thank him - Ruthie

“I don’t think we should be worried about the political impact but instead what is in the best interest of America,” said Republican Representative Mo Brooks of Alabama.

… “We can’t afford to give amnesty to every person who wants to illegally cross our borders,” he said. “We don’t have enough money in our piggy bank. Amnesty begets more amnesty.
“I cannot in good conscience ratify illegal conduct with my vote. Any Republican who advocates ratifying illegal conduct with their vote is subverting the very principles that made the United States a great nation.”

Will immigration reform get killed in Republican-led U.S. House?

Rubio’s Dismal Hannity Performance Disgusts Respectable Right
Sen. Marco Rubio blocked numerous immigration-enforcement bills when he served as speaker in the Florida House of Representatives from 2007 to 2009.
“Rubio blocked any efforts to deal with the problems of illegal immigration on the local or state level,” one former politician from South Florida, who has known Rubio since his city councilman days in West Miami, told The Daily Caller

From Numbers
Every day for the next two weeks before the Senate votes on the giant amnesty bill (S. 744), we have to have phones ringing in Senate offices.
Senate staffers who oppose the bill tell us that even Senators we should expect to vote against it are considering supporting the bill. The reason, they say, is that the wealthy campaign-contributor special interests who want the bill are telling Senators that the low rate of phone calls against the bill indicates the public will give them a pass on voting for something even if the public opposes it.
Many in the news media are using the same argument to try to make Senators feel safe to support a bill that they know the majority of the citizens are against. What matters is not what most voters want but what Senators feel voters are passionate about. The phones are their key measuring stick.
I talked to several news reporters yesterday who taunted me with the same line, all of them saying something to the effect of: “You’re going to lose this time because the public just doesn’t care like it did in 2007. The low rate of phone calls shows that.”
Just ask the operator to connect you to your Senator (come back later for your other Senator).
If you’ve never made one of these calls, everybody is amazed at how easy the first time is. Tell the staffer your name and where you live and that you are calling about S. 744.
You can simply say that you oppose it and hope the Senator will vote NO and then hang up.
Or you can talk for a minute or two and give reasons. If you don’t have something else burning that you want to say, we suggest you talk about the two big numbers that are running in our TV ads in nearly half the states this week.