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Senator: Immigration calls crashed Capitol phone system
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Senator: Immigration calls crashed Capitol phone system

Senator: Immigration calls crashed Capitol phone system
USA Today - 14 hours ago
Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., just said the phone system on Capitol Hill crashed because of all the calls they're receiving about the immigration bill. ...
http://blogs.usatoday.com/ondeadline/2007/06/senator-immigra.html

Cong.Staffers:Senators "SHOCKED,STUNNED,TERRIFIED" After Release of
their addresses and Phone Numbers !!

During a speech on the Senate floor,
Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., just said the phone system on Capitol
Hill crashed because of all the calls they're receiving about the
immigration bill.

( I saw another Senator on TV today, Say while he was standing up in
front of Congress )

"What Part of NO Don't We Understand ? !" To the other
Congressmen.

Hal Turner Show
Address:
http://www.halturnershow.com/

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Address:
http://blogs.usatoday.com/ondeadline/2007/06/senator-immigra.html

Staffers: Senators
"SHOCKED,STUNNED,TERRIFIED" After Release of Their Home addresses !

Representatives and Senators received so many
phone calls against the illegal Alien amnesty bill that it caused the
Congressional phone system to malfunction and shut down.

Congressmen reportedly received threats and a website
published all there home addresses on line and that apparently got their
attention to do What WE WANT !! For a Change.
Let's keep it up !!

After release of their Home Addresses and Private telephone
numbers by Hal Turner Show!
Over 1,400 visits to this web site by "Senate.gov" IP addresses since
last night!

A visibly shaken Diane Feinstein took to the
floor of the Senate this morning and, with her voice trembling, told
fellow Senators

"We've all heard about the phone calls and the threats."
She wasn't talking about Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity; she was
talking about me and I can prove it:

For weeks and months, these same Senators
have simply ignored all the letters, calls, faxes and e-mails. They paid
lip service to Limbaugh, Hannity and the rest.

Since they had successfully ignored everyone in
the past, why suddenly obey them today? "Something" different happened.

"Something" different came into play and impacted them.
That "something" was what I did . . . . . and
what YOU, the fans, did with it! We here at this teeny, tiny 20 million
visit web site, saved our country today.
Within hours of me releasing their home
addresses and phone numbers, U.S. Senators realized they were facing
determined and able Patriots who were gearing up for a fight of historic
proportions.
18 of those Senators changed the votes they had
cast just four days ago (on Monday) and today voted to kill the ghastly
immigration bill.
This is a perfect example of how
strength, determination and an overtly militant, confrontational
approach gets real results!
If we apply the exact same approach
to our other pro-white activities, we will see real progress.
Those in the pro-White movement who have touted
"educating our people," have achieved nothing for decades. Yet today we
all witnessed fans of the Hal Turner Show achieving dramatic results
against the most powerful people in this country, within twelve short
hours!
The time for "educating" is over. It is
time now for action. I am leading the way.
I didn't seek this role. It was thrust upon me
by virtue of taking action.
Join us as we continue to take
extraordinary action to secure the existence of our race and a future
for Americans to own and Control our own Country and Return the U.S.
Constitution to the U. S. CONSTIUTION !

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Senator: Immigration calls crashed Capitol phone system

During a speech on the Senate floor,
Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., just said the phone system on Capitol
Hill crashed because of all the calls they're receiving about the
immigration bill.

Senate votes down immigration bill
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Senator: Immigration calls crashed Capitol phone system

During a speech on the Senate floor, Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., just said the phone system on Capitol Hill crashed because of all the calls they're receiving about the immigration bill.

USA TODAY's Kathy Kiely is on the case. We'll have more details in a few minutes.

Update at 10:34 a.m. ET: We're having trouble confirming this report because we keep getting a busy signal when we call the switchboard and other offices at the Capitol.

Update at 11:40 a.m. ET: The bill died in the Senate.
http://blogs.usatoday.com/ondeadline/2007/06/senator-immigra.html

Senate Blocks Bush's Immigration Bill

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate drove a stake Thursday through President Bush's plan to legalize millions of unlawful immigrants, likely postponing major action on immigration until after the 2008 elections.

The bill's supporters fell 14 votes short of the 60 needed to limit debate and clear the way for final passage of the legislation, which critics assailed as offering amnesty to illegal immigrants. The vote was 46 to 53 in favor of limiting the debate.

Senators in both parties said the issue is so volatile that Congress is highly unlikely to revisit it this fall or next year, when the presidential election will increasingly dominate American politics.
FULL REPORT:

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