Female-led Political Movement Blasts the Heritage Foundationby Dee Dee Garcia Blase on Dec. 02, 2011, under female-led political movement, Hispanic Latino Vote, Joaquin Luna DREAM Act, Latina matriarch political movement, mexican american women, National tequila party movement
Phoenix, AZ — The reality is the National Tequila Party Movement is following the wishes of Joaquin Luna’s family because their love and compassion goes beyond their own family’s grief. It is their wish to prevent any further deaths of American DREAMers which is why we are asking Congress to pass an emergency DREAM Act before they take their holiday vacation at the end of this year and in the memory of Joaquin.
Joaquin Luna’s family states:
“As the family of Joaquin Luna, we want the DREAM Act to pass so we can help a lot of people that want to go to school and become somebody. We are all the same in God’s eyes. ” -Marie Ana Mendoza
It’s unfortunate that the Heritage Foundation and their view on the death of Joaquin is narrow minded and hard hearted when there are many other Joaquin equivalents out there as we speak. For them to call the death of Joaquin a “distraction” during an interview with Cronkite News exhibits their limited view on what is really happening with DREAM Act students in America today. Heritage Foundation Researcher, Jessica Zuckerman, was quoted in an interview with Cronkite news as saying:
“While the Joaquin story is tragic, it is a distraction.”
It is unfortunate that the Heritage Foundation is on the record for referring to the DREAM Act as a nightmare because they have no idea how difficult it is to be an American DREAMer today. These children are children of the United States of America as they have all pledged allegiance to our flag. For us to turn our back on their plight is similar to what occurred when the Germans turned a blind eye to the treatment of Jewish Germans in WWII. It also reminds us how America treated the Native Americans and like how they also treated the newly freed African-American slaves.
Lead Co-President of the National Tequila Party Movement and Civil Rights and Immigration Lawyer, Shirl Mora James, states:
“In America, corporations are viewed as persons, however, immigrants are not. What is wrong with this picture when we value things over persons?”
About the National Tequila Party Movement:
The National Tequila Party Movement is a female-led political movement. More females vote in Presidential elections than men strong Latina matriarchs are emerging. It is our goal to communicate to females and Latina matriarchs across the nation with regard to the need for compassion towards undocumented immigrants and the need to fix the broken immigration system. The Tequila Party is currently organizing a national tour of concerts, events, dinners and college rallies that will encourage a massive Latino Get Out The Vote and political participation. This movement is a non-partisan movement. We don’t care how people vote, we just want them to get on the early ballot system, become consistent primary and general election voters.