Friday, June 15, 2007

Amnesty or Bust!

Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., second from left, From left are, Los Angeles radio host Eddie "El Piolin" Sotelo, Kennedy, Sen. Mel Martinez, R-Fla., and Rep. Joe Baca, D-Calif. (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)

If Iraq is Bush’s war then U.S. Immigration failure or crisis is Congress’ failure. Senators, a Democrat lead Congress and President Bush undaunted by the will of the American people rushing headlong into political destruction vow to give or sell amnesty to 12 to 20 million Mexican Nations in keeping with the wishes of big business in this country.

Below Kelly Hunt Chamber of Commerce talking head, drones out the reasons that the chamber is behind this legislation, the only cliché that she didn’t use was, “These immigrates are doing jobs that Americans wouldn’t do!”

Kelly Hunt, Manager Immigration policy – U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Heard it all before now we know where President Bush is getting all of this propaganda.

And you do know that Kennedy didn’t write the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act (CIRA) S.B. 1348 these guys did, the Chamber of Commerce.

It is time for every Congressperson,business and special interest group that is lobbying for this legislation to come out of the shadows and into the light of day so that the America people can see just who is responsible for the deconstruction of the American dream. America wants to know who exactly "big business" and "special interest" are by name.

From this point we are taking names and kicking political and business backsides.

Do not revive this legislation, Do not pass this Bill


  1. If everyone would contact their Senators and Representatives, and threaten them with '08, you would see a big change in their ideas.

    Go for it folks!

  2. Here's hoping, but I gotta think that there is something here that we (the American people) are not privy too.

  3. Anonymous8:36 PM

    The big problem here is, the American people don't count. The politicians only care about what benefits big business.


  4. I am sure that deals have been made between big business the Democrats and Republicans, to pass this bill.

    Big business may get it's way, and we can't vote it out of office..... unlike the Congressman involved. They count on the short memory of the voter.