Letter to Senator Ensign RE: Senate Judiciary Committee Bill on Immigration

The following letter was sent to Senator John Ensign on March 27,2006:

Dear Senator Ensign,
The following letter was sent to the LA Times today. I would appreciate hearing from you as to your position on the matter of illegal immigration, and your position on the Senate Judiciary Committee Bill mentioned below. 
Letter to LA Times
"Regarding your article -Senate Panel Approves Sweeping Immigration Bill – Los Angeles Times .
The Federal government has been severely negligent in enforcing immigration laws.
To the tune of about 12 million illegal immigrants in the country.
Today the Senate Judiciary Committee signed a bill for lawlessness.
They said it’s OK to break the law, and benefit from it. It’s that simple.
The Committee basically said, we have not been able to do our job as a nation, and we’ve been so bad at enforcing the law, that we are going to let all you illegal immigrants just stay here and enjoy American life–after all you do help us out. But the main reason you get to stay is that there are too many illegals for us to do anything else.
This is a great message isn’t it?! It’s OK to break the law, and we can’t help it, says the Senate Judiciary Committee. What laws are next I wonder?"
Thanks in advance for your input on this matter.


William R. Jack

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