Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Obama to San Antonio Rally: Immigration Not a 'Political Football'

So why are you using it as one?

From WOAI:
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, addressing a rally in a heavily Hispanic neighborhood in his majority Hispanic city, said Tuesday that the issue of immigration should not be used as "a political football."

Security of the border has to be combined with a pathway to citizenship for people who are already here, he said to cheers at a rally in advance of the hotly contested March 4 primary against Hillary Rodham Clinton.

"Let's solve it instead of trying to score cheap political points," Obama said.

Before he addressed the crowd, some chanted "Si, se puede!" -- the Spanish equivalent of the "Yes, we can!" chant that has become a hallmark of his campaign and the cry used by the late Latino activist Cesar Chavez.
There is not one candidate fro president that believes in the rule of law. McCain has the exxact same position as Obama and Clinton, we have got to take back the congress so that conservatives will continue to block any form of amnesty for those in this country illegally.

As we know, the U.S. constitution means nothing to most of our elected cockroaches.

Article 4 of the US Constitution guaranteeing all states protection from armed, semi-armed, and unarmed invasion is being ignored.

Article 11 of the US Constitution granting Congress the power to set uniform immigration laws is being ignored.

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