The U.S Senate /Congress and the Office of our Dueschebag President have sold us out!
1) They voted almost unanimously to allow amnesty for millions of ILLEGAL immigrants, approving a measure to allow them to collect Social Security, Unemployment and other programs that even Americans cannot get.
2) The Congress approved a measure to make it mandatory for the U.S to CONSULT Mexico about the fence along the border.
3) This measure also allows ILLEGALS that want to stay to only pay back-taxes for 30% of the entire time they have been here. If only Americans had that right.
Our leaders have sold us out!
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Originally Posted by andyo
#2 is rediculous!!!!!!!!!! The others don't bother me too much.
It won't pass through the House though....the bill WILL die.
Criminal behavior should never be rewarded.
The Senate just rushed it through so that the House could argue over it.
Don't you guys know the process?
Passage of a typical public bill through Congress
1. A member of Congress must introduce the bill in the House or Senate. Similar or identical bills may be introduced in each chamber. Bills are numbered consecutively throughout a Congress, which has two one-year sessions.
2. The bill is referred to the appropriate committee in the originating chamber, either House or Senate. The committee may:
a. Never take action on the bill, letting it "die"
b. Combine several bills on one subject
c. Hold hearings, i.e. public testimony, on the bill or several related bills
d. Arrange for a special background report (Committee Print) for Committee use
e. Produce Committee Reports, issued as House Reports or Senate Reports.
3. The bill is favorably "reported out" of Committee. an unfavorable report would be very unusual, since such bills would simply be allowed to die in committee. The report is followed by floor action:
a. Debate, which will appear in the Congressional Record. There may not be debate.
b. Voting by the whole, or plenary session, of the originating chamber, recorded as a voice vote, tally, or roll call. The bill must pass before it can be sent to the other chamber.
4. In the other chamber, the bill, now called an "Act," is referred to an appropriate Committee. The procedure described in 2, above, is again followed. However, hearings will probably not be held again on the same bill.
5. The bill is reported out of Committee for a vote by the whole or "plenary" session of the second chamber. Debates can be held again, appearing in the Congressional Record.
6. If the bill passed by the second House differs from that passed by the originating House, a Conference Committee is convened to iron out differences and agree on a uniform text. The Conference Committee may issue its own report, which will be issued in either the House Report or Senate Report series.
7. The final version of the bill must be passed by plenary sessions of the House and Senate. There may be further debate.
8. The Act, passed by both Houses, goes to the President. If he signs it, the Act becomes a public law. If he does nothing, the bill becomes public law within ten days. If Congress adjourns within ten days, the bill "dies" on the President's desk ("pocket veto"). The president may also veto the bill, but a two-thirds vote in both house and Senate can override it.
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