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    BLANKET AMNESTY LOSES 39-60.


    Some of the provisions, as I understand them so far:

    — Illegals in the United States less than two years would be required to leave immediately. If caught once, they would be subject to a misdemeanor, and if caught twice they would be charged with a felony. About 2 million to 3 million people fall into this category.
    — Illegals in the United States between two and five years would have go to one of 16 ports of entry in the United States, determined by the U.S. Visit program, and declare themselves. They would be given a temporary visa and allowed back to their U.S. residences immediately. Once in the United States, they could apply for the citizenship path spelled out in the McCain-Kennedy bill. About 3 million to 4 million people fall into this category.
    — Illegals who could prove they have been in the United States for more than five years would immediately be given guest worker status and would get on the 11-year path to citizenship. They would not have to declare themselves as guest workers. This path would be open to about 5 million illegals living in the United States.


    A tip o' me tam to Raven for that one.

    So what's next?

    Essentially the vote that just occurred prevents the Specter Judiciary Committee blanket amnesty bill from being allowed to have a vote for final passage.

    The next big vote -- which we think will be Friday morning -- will be a cloture vote to prevent a filibuster and allow a vote on the new Hagel/Martinez amnesty bill.


    Good job people. We have proven that working together this still our country, and hasn't been completely taken over by special interests and criminal aliens.

    But we should send a condolence bouquet to Fox.

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