Sunday, August 05, 2007

Rich, Spoiled Kidz plead for amnesty


Update 9/2/2007: Folks, they are going to try and pass a bill to get Juan/Alex Gomez amnesty when Congress returns from its August recess (See image above). Get on the phones and call your senators (and esp. Lott & McConnell) to tell them you do NOT support the DREAM Act and do NOT support amnesty for Juan & Alex Gomez.



Update 8/9/2007: Contact the friends of Alex and Juan Gomez and tell them you're sick and tired of people helping illegal immigrants commit crimes. Be respectful = NO DEATH THREATS, NO NAME-CALLING, NO PROFANITY, NO PHYSICAL THREATS. But be completely clear that you find their actions disraceful and wrong.

Scott Elfenbein: qually5@aol.com
Eduard Monteagudo: eddie86xx@aol.com
Scott Friedberg hoopstr221@aol.com
Brian Moraguez brian.e.moraguez@vanderbilt.edu
Jacob Hart jacob88@ufl.edu
Joanna Perdomo joanna.perdomo@gmail.com
Mauricio Perez-Rosas mperezrosas@northwestern.edu
Justin Hesser jzhess88@aol.com
Francisco Vega fave89@gmail.com
Nick Ferero n1ck1654@yahoo.com
Josh Ginsburg ginsburg.josh@gmail.com
Jeri Stone jeri17@bellsouth.net 786-266-1775
Katelin Snow ksnow@wellesley.edu


All the rich spoiled (and mostly white) friends of Alex and Juan Gomez have undertaken a huge lobbying effort to let the 2 illegal immigrants get permanent residency status via HR Bill 3231 (introduced by Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart). They have already received a 45 day reprieve thanks to the efforts of Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen.

We need to get mobilized and motivated. Begin by joining the following Facebook group Deport Juan Gomez . Then contact both Florida Senators and several House of Rep members. Their contact info is below. Try the local offices in addition to the main Washington number since Congress has recently gone in summer recess until Sept. 4.

FLORIDA SENATORS
Senator Mel Martinez
Washington:Main: (202) 224-3041 Fax: (202) 228-5171 Toll free: (866) 630-7106
Local offices
Orlando: Main: (407) 254-2573 Fax: (407) 423-0941 Tollfree: (866) 630-7106
Jacksonville: Main: (904) 398-8586 Fax: (904) 398-8591
Miami: Main: (305) 444-8332 Fax: (305) 444-8449
Naples:Main: (239) 774-3367 Fax: (239) 774-2906
Palm Beach:Main: (561) 842-8300 Fax: (561) 842-8949
Pensacola:Main: (850) 433-2603 Fax: (850) 433-2554
Tampa :Main: (813) 207-0509 Fax: (813) 287-9453

Email Sen. Martinez here


Senator Bill Nelson:
Washington, D.C. Phone: 202-224-5274 Fax: 202-228-2183
Local offices
Orlando: Phone: 407-872-7161 Toll Free in Florida: 1-888-671-4091 Fax: 407-872-7165
Miami-Dade: Phone: 305-536-5999 Fax: 305-536-5991
Tampa: Phone: 813-225-7040 Fax: 813-225-7050
West Palm Beach: Phone: 561-514-0189 Fax: 561-514-4078
Tallahassee: Phone: 850-942-8415 Fax: 850-942-8450
Jacksonville: Phone: 904-346-4500 Fax: 904-346-4506
Broward: Phone: 954-693-4851 Fax: 954-693-4862
Fort Myers: Phone: 239-334-7760 Fax: 239-334-7710

Email Sen. Nelson here

FLORIDA HOUSE MEMBERS
Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart
Washington DC: Phone: (202)225-4211 Fax: (202)225-8576
Miami: Phone: (305)470-8555 Fax: (305)470-8575

Email Rep. L Diaz-Balart here

Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart
Washington DC: Phone: (202) 225-2778 Fax: (202) 226-0346
Miami: Phone: (305) 225-6866 Fax: (305) 225-7432
Collier County: Telephone: (239) 348-1620 Fax: (239) 348-3569

Email Rep. M Diaz-Balart here

Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
Washington DC: Phone: 202-225-3931 Fax: 202-225-5620
Miami: Phone: 305-220-3281 Fax: 305-220-3291


OTHER IMPORTANT HOUSE MEMBERS
Rep. Zoe Lofgren (CA--chairman of House immigration subcommittee)
Washington DC: Telephone (202) 225-3072 Fax (202) 225-3336
San Jose: Telephone (408) 271-8700 Fax (408) 271-8713

1 Comments:

Anonymous Daniel Ortner said...

Just wanted to post saying that I am a supporter of Juan and the DREAM act, so will be more than willing to take all of the hate as well. I am the forum editor for the Justice which recently published an article about the DREAM act, and I am incredibly proud of the article and the act

Please realize that children do not have control over and should not suffer because of their parent's actions. These students have spent their whole lives in this country. Birth seems a truly arbitrary criterion in this case. They have contributed much in their schools and can continue to do so in college, the military and beyond.

Sincerely

Daniel Ortner

3:15 PM  

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