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Letter to the Editor: John Birch Society

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The Senate voted this week to allow illegal aliens to access Social Security benefits.

This is an outrage and the beginning of the end for our American way of life as we know it. What will you say to your children and grandchildren if you do not help do something about this?

If you fail do to your part and Social Security fails you, don't bother complaining.

Too many of us have labored for years (as have our parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents) to allow this to take place without protest. Do your part.

Start a petition in your area. Get signatures and send it to President Bush, Governor Schwarzenegger and Congressman Dana Rohrbacher. Also, to voice your opinion to Senators Hatch and Bennett, call 1-202-224-3121.

A sample petition might say: Gentlemen and Mr. President, The petition below is a protest against what the Senate voted on recently which was to allow illegals to access our Social Security, We demand that you and all Congressional representatives require citizenship for anyone to be eligible for social services in the United States. We further demand that there not be any amnesty given to illegals, and no free services or funding, or payments to and for illegal immigrants. We are fed up with the lack of action about this matter and are tired of paying for services to illegals. Tell Senor Fox to pay for his own people.

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