September 28, 2012
The Tom Roten Morning Show...Mornings from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., on News Radio 800 WVHU/1600 WZZW.
This morning I learned about a rally taking place at our nation's capital. A group illegal aliens and thier supporters are having a civil disobedience rally on the National Mall. That's the same Mall where war heroes have been turned away from seeing their war memorials due to the government "shutdown".
Rep. Walter B. Jones (R-N.C.) blasted the Obama administration's decision to allow an immigration reform rally on DC's National Mall - while it continues to block public access to the rest of the national park system.
In a statement released today, Rep. Jones accused the administration of "hypocrisy on selective park service closures" and opening the Mall “to their political friends.”
Jones called it "outrageous" that the administration would allow the pro-immigration rally while prohibiting other events.
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Here's a press release I received about today's amnesty rally at the "closed" DC mall...
Rally & March for Immigration Reform Announces Civil Disobedience by 200 Pro-Immigrant Rights Leaders, Activists, and Allies
October 8, tens of thousands of people from across the country will gather in the nation’s capital to demand the House Republican leadership pass comprehensive immigration reform with a path to citizenship. Two hundred of the attendees – local and national leaders, impacted immigrants, and civil rights and faith leaders, have decided to take the rally one step further by engaging in civil disobedience which puts them at risk of arrest.
The Camino Americano: March for Immigration Reform will feature popular Latino artists, members of Congress and prominent immigration reform advocates from labor, civil rights, faith and community groups. Following mass mobilizations in more than 160 cities, the event serves to continue the broad movement’s plans of escalation for the month of October to ensure Congress votes and approves immigration reform before the end of this year.
Camino Americano is hosted by CASA in Action, 32BJ SEIU, SEIU International, Campaign for Community Change, the Alliance for Citizenship, the National Education Association, the AFL-CIO, and the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts.
I say if there's that many illegals in one place, tell the park patrol to stay home and bring in the BORDER PATROL! Deport NOW!