950,000 IMMIGRANTS DEPORTED PAST COUPLE OF YEARS
You gotta love those critics who want to criticize a name of the movement.
Do people really think we are pushing Tequila? Or a get out the vote message? Furthermore, did you see Tea Partiers drinking tea at their rallies? No, you didn’t.
We are hearing the Tea Partiers criticize the name of the movement because they think it is “racist”, yet these are the same people who accuse others of pulling the “race card”. How convenient for them.
One person states:
“Solis said the loud crowds that showed up at immigration and ethnic studies rallies were not showing at the polls.”
Maybe because they are all illegal and can’t vote! Duh!
“Blase added that those deportations that have ripped apart families.”
What about the victims of the crimes committed by illegals? I guess it doesn’t matter because they are American citizens…
Another anti-Tequila Party supporters states:
I hope that ICE sets up their own little registration booth too, that way legal Hispanics can register and the illegals, well . . . . . . . . .
Not only do we have Tea Partiers calling us racists, we have few Latinos who believe we have some sort of agenda to split the Latino vote for Obama.
Um, no. President Obama has been invited to speak at our VIP Dinnner(s). Obama asked for grassroots movement, and he asked for bipartisan support so the Tequila Party will focus on registering people to vote so we can empower ourselves to work on solutions to issues like immigration.
These critics are paranoid and have a “crabs in a bucket” mentality. I challenge those critics to work on a national get out the vote program, and I support them if they do.
I know…..I know….I know……it is a lot easier to criticize a woman than to criticize the 950,000 immigrants who have been deported the past couple of years.
In fact, we will have deported 1 MILLION by this Labor Day Holiday. Too bad those critics can’t focus on a solution. They would rather whine about it instead of getting people to the polls.
The TEA PARTIERS and the anti-Tequila Partiers have one thing in common: DIVISIVENESS, instead of UNITY.