What do we do now?


By: Carolyn Hileman

That is the question on everyone’s mind today as we celebrate this huge victory and the fact that the American people shut down the phones at the senate today, we have worked hard and we won, but what do we do now? We keep fighting, this was just one battle, it is no where near over we still have a wide open border and we want that fixed. The question is how do we go about this, we have found that few of our leaders can be trusted and none of us have the money to do it ourselves. There is one group pushing what they call humane amnesty, at least they are calling it what it is, I don’t like it simply because it would require us to pay them to go home.

Unless you watched CSPAN and saw what was going on in that chamber you may be of the mind that all of our leaders were against us and that is simply untrue. I have watched most of the coverage and let me tell you we have a few very loud senators who have been behind us from the start and were fighting just as hard as you and I, Those people were Jeff Sessions of Alabama, David Vitter of Louisiana, Demitt and I can not remember where he is from, Cornyn, Texas, Inhofe, Okla. and Senator Dorgan was a very powerful ally. These people I believe can be trusted to bring a real enforcement only bill to the floor and fight for it the way we have fought to stop this bill.

I really do not see asking the president for his blessing since I think we know by now, we are not going to get it. Right now we need to shift our fight to getting our borders secured, that should be our sole focus, and we can talk about what to do with those already here after our borders are secure, because if we do not stop the bleeding we will be talking about what to do with yet another million or so. If we are going to go this route we need to strike now simply because a lot of the senators who voted no voted that was because they are up for reelection in 2008. I am going to be honest here I really do not see the bill getting through senate or past the presidents desk, so I think we need to build it ourselves.

I know most of us do not have the foggiest idea of how to build a wall or a fence, but the last I heard the minutemen did. I also know that most of us do not have a lot of money to give to help build that fence, but we do have $1.00, $5.00, $10.00 we could send and if every single American that was calling these past few days just gave that much we could be well on our way to securing our border. http://minutemanborderfence.com/ These guys have gotten a bad rap here of late, they have been called what they have called us and a lot worse but they are still fighting to secure our borders and I think we need to get behind them and show Washington what the American people can do. They say we can’t build a fence without giving amnesty to 12 -20 million people, they say it is impossible to secure our borders, they also said that the American people wanted this bill, that was a lie, the we can’t build a fence is a lie and the American people are tired of the lies and I think most of us would gladly give these men the money we planned to give to the parties before they tried to sell us out.

What do you say we prove them wrong again? What do you say at every rally we pass the hat for donations to build that fence, what if people sat at Wal-Mart and Sam’s and asked for donations to secure our borders? What if we put as much energy into raising money to secure our borders as we have raising money for the Schools, the Churches, and all the other groups? And what if when this fence is built we can tell our kids we were a part of that and that we the American people not only told the senate we didn’t trust them with a job this big and we went out and did it ourselves. We have Ice actually trying to do their job again, we have killed the amnesty bill and now it is time for the people to build that fence and we have the answer as to what do we do now.



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