Fellow Conservative,

It's finally happened.

Just as we thought, Obama has filed a lawsuit against the State of Arizona to have its new illegal immigration enforcement law ruled unconstitutional!

Why? Old-fashioned election year politics. Obama wants to get the liberal Hispanic base worked up for Democrats because he knows they're heading towards disaster this November.

This was after he told Arizona Senator John Kyl he wouldn't crack down on the border because then "you all won't have any reason to support comprehensive immigration reform", (AKA "amnesty").

(Stand with Arizona and join the campaign to Stop Amnesty)

In other words, he's willing to put Arizona's border security in jeopardy for political gain.

Let your members of Obama and your members of Congress know how you feel about this issue.

Let them know that you stand for enforcing our immigration laws - not ignoring them.

Let them know that you stand with Arizona and against amnesty.

sign our online petition at and then pass it on to a friend.

You can also use our action fax service and contact your members of Congress in bulk. You can reach both senators and your representative, all members of your delegation, or even all Democrats or Republicans of the House or Senate - all at once.

But whatever you do, speak out and tell them to enforce our laws!


Drew McKissick

Conservative Outpost

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Comment by Tom on July 7, 2010 at 7:20am
Take the survey. Do you support the Arizona law? Take the survey.

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