We can’t afford David Price and his policies.
Congressman David Price supports Criminals!
8/15/2010 – On Sunday afternoon, SEIU, NAACP, Democrats and plethora of other groups, held a Political Rally at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Durham, NC. They bused in huge numbers of Hispanic folks from all over the state. These were NOT just local folks to Durham, NC.
Our local elected officials, Cora-Cole McFadden, and others, along with US Congressman David Price were all there to support Illegal Immigration. Nothing more! Nothing less! They are thinking that by supporting this illegal activity, it will get them VOTES! They could care less about ‘Upholding Their Sworn Oaths” to protect & defend the Constitution. I’m sure if I dug deep enough, I could find that taxpayer funds were used to support this in some ‘round about way.
Now, I have to applaud Dr. William BJ Lawson. In the midst of 1500 plus (Mostly NON-United States Citizens) he was the SOLE individual that stood up for the “Rule of Law”, The US Constitution, and what is RIGHT! Please take the time to watch this Video Clip (approx. 6 minutes) and then, PLEASE, PLEASE share either this entire blog or at a minimum, the Youtube clip.
Here is Dr. Lawson’s site. Please support him (I Do) & let’s remove David Price from Washington, DC.
SilenceDogood2010’s commentary on the issue:
Folks, our current leaders have lost their way. They are corrupt; they lie & deceive us; they make arguments that are so far out of bounds that it’s easy to get lost from the main point of the issue. They create SPIN & Buzz words to take you off the topic. But Hispanics do the jobs Americans don’t want to do. They provide a boost to the economy. You’re trying to break up a family. You’re taking daddy away from his children. We are a country of Immigrants. Or one of MY personal favorites……You’re Racist!
The main point here is that “Law Breakers” are demanding a free pass to avoid the current laws. PERIOD!
- Should we NOT prosecute a ‘Shoplifter’ just because he says he is Hungry?
- Should we NOT prosecute a ‘Burglar’ because he said he needs to have a TV to be alerted about Storms & other pending dangers?
My point is, we have laws in this country. We may not all agree on the details of the law, but needless to say….It’s still THE LAW. Our current Officials MUST uphold our Laws. PERIOD!
Illegal Immigrants are bringing a lot of things with them. Diseases, Illegal weapons, Gang violence (MS13 just one example). These are putting an Overwhelming Burden on our local communities & hospitals….been to the ER lately????? How do like those 4, 5, up to 14 hour wait times to get few stitches? How would like to have your child diagnosed with Polio or Bubonic Plague or Typhoid, just because they were exposed to an individual that wasn’t vaccinated?
Our current immigration laws are supposed to protect us from these potential threats. If they are NOT enforced, then we might as well do away with all of our laws.
Here is the Lame Stream Media’s version of this event;
WRAL TV 5 Raleigh CBS Affiliate (View the comments too)
Herald Sun Newspaper Durham, N.C. (Please view the comments below the story too)
I have included the text of the H-S Story because the H-S only leaves stories posted for a couple of days. After that, you MUST be a Paying Subscriber to view the archives.
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BY DAWN BAUMGARTNER VAUGHAN email@example.com; 419-6563
DURHAM — More than 1,500 people from across North Carolina called for comprehensive immigration reform Sunday at a delegates assembly at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church sponsored by the North Carolina Latino Coalition.
Speakers at the bilingual event included representatives from government, labor, faith and business. During a roll call, the tally of 1,505 included those who came by the handful and the hundreds. Families and community leaders packed the pews, filled the overflow space and lined the walls of the church sanctuary.
Speakers were frequently followed by chants of “Si se puede!” which translates in English as “Yes we can.”
The five points of immigration reform supported at the rally are:
– Family reunification — reducing the backlog of visa petitions that can take several years and implementing a more efficient process.
– Workers protection — setting up rules to protect wages and working conditions of those admitted legally to fill available jobs.
– Restore the rule of law and enhance security — realistic law enforcement that targets terrorists, smugglers and lawbreaking employers.
– Allocate sufficient visas to close unlawful migration channels — set the level of legal immigration by labor market needs.
– A rational and humane approach to the undocumented population — address the 12 million undocumented immigrants by creating a registration process that includes background checks, a fine, taxes and studying English and leads to permanent residency and citizenship.
All state and federal North Carolina politicians were invited to the assembly. U.S. Rep. David Price came to show his support for the proposed immigration reform. Also attending were Libertarian candidates — Senate candidate Mike Beitler as well as House candidates in the 2nd, 8th and 12th districts.
B.J. Lawson, who is running against Price for Congress, held up a “NO” sign when the candidates were asked if they supported reform. Lawson said that he sees amnesty for undocumented immigrants as a cutting in line.
Local politicians who attended the assembly in support of reform include N.C. Rep. Larry Hall, Durham Mayor Pro Tem Cora Cole-McFadden and City Councilman Mike Woodard.
Forty groups participated in the assembly, including several Catholic churches, Durham CAN, Farmworkers Ministry, El Centro Hispano, El Pueblo, Faith Action, Accion NC and Ministerio Jesus. Leaders of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina, Catholic Diocese of Raleigh and General Baptist State Convention also shared their support for reform.
Pastor Maudia Melendez, president of Ministerio Jesus, said the current immigration system is broken and the only way to find a solution is through public dialogue. She said that a comprehensive overhaul will make laws more realistic.
The Rev. William Barber, president of the North Carolina NAACP, said those opposed to immigration reform conveniently forget their immigrant past.
The Rev. Gregory Moss Sr., president of the General Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, said he came to “show solidarity and express support as you seek inclusion and fair treatment.”
Price said the government cannot enforce its way out of the challenge of immigration. He thanked the North Carolina Latino Coalition for all it is doing.
Ruben Campillo said that two-thirds of Hispanics in North Carolina are either naturalized citizens or legal residents.
“We are here and we are not going anywhere,” he said. Campillo said the strongest voice is the voice of the vote, and urged Latinos to vote this fall. Outside the meeting, volunteers were ready with information about voter registration.
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Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Sixteenth Day of August in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand Ten.