Skip to comments.'National Day of Action' for immigration reform
Posted on 07/09/2014 10:34:37 AM PDT by Citizen Zed
President Barack Obama will spend Wednesday afternoon discussing the immigration crisis with faith leaders, politicians, and Texas Governor Rick Perry in Dallas.
But the issues surrounding immigration extend beyond Texas. People across the country are coming together as part of a National Day of Action for immigration reform.
At the Texas Association of Business and similar locales in 19 other states, community leaders are stressing the need for immigration reform, and they are urging Congress to take action now.
Leaders in business, manufacturing, agriculture and religion say Congress and the Obama administration need to work together to help end the immigration crisis.
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And people across the country are standing up and demanding an end to this crap without needing to be organized.
yak yak yak
talk talk talk
pour more money at it
do some more studies
yak yak yak
Spend 4 billion dollars
nothing happens on the border
That about covers what will come out of this fricking meeting.
Tell you what _resident Dumbo and Gov Perry......Secure the Border. Turn back every illegal that approaches the border. Send back ALL illegal invaders NOW...
The ass is in the wrong state .... go to Arizona, dipshit.
No reform needed, just deport every illegal that can be found.
My new hashtag....#StopObamasSlaveTrade.....at the border
Democrats, making indentured servitude cool again.
My son spent time in an Obama internment camp and all I got was this lousy EBT card.
Any business that supports any form of Illegal Alien Amnesty should be shut down...and its owners sent to long prison terms.
No business is allowed to break the law
Blah blah blah blah blah blah blah.
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