Directly after the subterfuge was exposed, the American public came out in opposition to S1348 by a 48%-26% margin. A week later, after an open borders media blitz, the public's steadfast opposition to the amnesty remained, 48%-26%. After more time for exposure, debate, and contemplation, the public is now less convinced than ever. Almost a month after its introduction, S1348 is now down 51%-20%. Randall Parker has more.
Your voice matters. Just because you're in the majority doesn't mean you have to be silent. Keep the pressure on. It's working.
++Addition++The latest WSJ/NBC opinion poll shows President Bush's approval rating hitting a new nadir as well. He's a lame duck, a major liability for the Republican Party in '08, etc. That's with an approval rating of 29%--almost 50% greater than the support for the Senate amnesty! Why doesn't this reviled beast of a bill get the same sort of disparaging media treatment?
As Mensarefugee pointed out in comments, there's scarcely another issue so opposed by the public that the politicians are determined to force upon them nonetheless.