Immigration Petition Gutsy New TV Ads

Posted in politics on August 26th, 2007 by sysadmin

Sign Labor Day Petition:

Tell Presidential Candidates You Agree With Ads and Want Less Foreign Worker Importation

Click Here To Sign Petition and View Ad

large coalition of groups is running this TV ad in every region of the country through Labor Day and beyond. The ad includes a brief clip of the outrageous training conference in which a law firm teaches businesses how to avoid hiring American workers so they can import more foreign workers.

All of the presidential candidates will give lip service to American workers and their families on this coming holiday. But nearly all of them are making no promises to correct these abuses or to reduce the massive flow of foreign workers that has been depressing the wages of—and even taking the jobs away from—American workers. In fact, most of the candidates support increasing the flow of foreign labor competition.

More than 27 million jobs in the U.S. are now held by foreign workers while 54 million working-age Americans don’t have a job.

Isn’t it time to tell candidates that they can’t expect American votes if they constantly choose immigration policies that are against the interests of the American workers?

Let’s create a mountain of petitions as fast as possible to deliver to the presidential candidates’ campaign offices. Please sign the petition and then have this email forwarded to as many contacts as possible.

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Immigration TV ad! Finally!

Posted in politics on August 26th, 2007 by sysadmin

From Numbers USA:

From: Roy Beck, President, NumbersUSA
Date: Sunday 25AUG07 11:55 p.m. EDT

Monday begins TV ad campaign to expose human face of victims of extreme immigration


The ad is something else!

It reminds viewers that there are real victims to the federal government’s policy of importing or allowing more than a million foreign workers (both legal and illegal) into this country each year.

If you are reading this Monday mid-morning, you should also have in your in-box an email from us asking you to sign a petition and to watch the new TV immigration ad that begins running Monday in every region of the country.

You will see across the top of that email that we are asking you to spread that email far and wide.

I am sending this email to you to say how very important it is that you expose as many people as possible to the pre-Labor Day ad and petition campaign. So, please forward that email and/or fill in as many email addresses as possible on the ‘refer’ list that you’ll see after you sign the petition.

I think you will be excited to see that this calm but explosive TV ad will finally be raising the issue of discrimination against American workers in a highly public way.

Already, more than 27 million U.S. jobs are being filled by foreign workers, even though 54 million working-age Americans don’t have a job.

This is an extended ad campaign by the Coalition for the Future American Worker. It is starting out in Boston, South Carolina, Mississippi, Ohio, Michigan, Iowa, Austin and San Jose/San Francisco. Those of you in those areas will hear from us about specific actions you can take in your local area that will augment the power of this ad campaign.

If you don’t find the petition/ad email, you can look at both the petition and the ad at:

I hope you are as excited as we are and will open that petition/ad email right now.



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