Congress does not respond to the will of the American people
 
 
There are many examples that show the U.S. Federal Government is an entity that is seperate from the American People.  It is no longer of, by, and for the people.

I will only give 2 examples here:
 

1. The people want ILLEGAL ALIENS stopped at the border.  They are pouring over the border every day.

2. The people want the U.S. invasion of Iraq to end immediately.  No end in sight.


Americans for Immigration Control, Inc.
Box 738
Monterey, VA 24465
CONTACT:
Robert Goldsborough
(410) 435-7086

Release June 11, 2002

New Zogby Poll

   Zogby's survey of American attitudes found wide majorities of Americans also oppose amnesty for illegal aliens. The U.S. portion of the survey was conducted of 1,015 likely voters in the U.S. from May 28 to May 30. It found that 65 percent disagree with the statement, "foreigners residing illegally in the U.S. should be given amnesty." Just 26 percent of likely voters support amnesty for illegals, while 9 percent are unsure.

    The single largest majority in the entire poll was found among Americans supporting use of the military to guard the border. Fully 68 percent of those surveyed agree with the statement, "the U.S. should deploy military troops on the border as a temporary measure to help the U.S. Border Patrol curb illegal immigration." Only 28 percent disagree, and 3 percent are unsure.


November 08, 2005

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Nearly two-thirds of Americans would favor the construction of a fence along the entire U.S.-Mexico border, while three out of four say a politician's stance on immigration will influence the way they vote in coming elections.
Editorial comment:

It doesn't matter how they vote.  Elections are rigged throughout much of the U.S., so the corrupt politicians just do whatever they want.


Updated 2/13/2007 8:27 AM ET
By Susan Page, USA TODAY
WASHINGTON Americans overwhelmingly support congressional action to cap the number of U.S. troops in Iraq and set a timetable to bring them home by the end of next year, a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds tougher action than the non-binding resolution the House of Representatives is to begin debating today.
POLL RESULTS: Americans want troops home

"They're saying the same thing they said in the 2006 elections that they are against the current policy and they want something done about it," says James Thurber, director of the Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies at American University.

Editorial comment:

The Republican-Democratic game is just that - a game.  When one group runs congress, people vote for the other, thinking that will change things.  Nothing changes.  Tyranny has been increasing under both Demoncratic and Reputlican Presidents.




 
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