Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Compelling Political Ad re: sb1070 Inspires Latino Voters to Vote!


A gutsy new political ad asks the questions of Local Politicians: Do you support the Arizona Law permitting local police to question minorities about their immigration status? Would you like to see a similar law in Florida?

Democratic Candidate Joe Garcia is opposed to sb1070.
Incumbunt Republican will NOT answer the question.
This is a Miami Congressional District, a primarily Latino American district.

As I have long reported, the best thing about sb1070 is it is raising the level of awareness of the rampant racial profiling going on in Arizona, the white nationalist and neo Nazi connections of the bill Sponsors and Authors (e.g.: Russell Pearce - JT Ready; Kris K Kobach - FAIR/John Tanton), and is inspiring ALL LATINO VOTERS to VOTE!

Miami, like Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California are majority/minority cities/states. It is time for ALL CITIZENS to VOTE! VOTE AGAINST RACIAL PROFILING! Vote AGAINST demonization of Families and Friends! Vote AGAINST Gomer Pyle Style "Citizens Arrest!" Vote Against ANYONE that supports sb1070!

SB1070:

1. Racial Profiling
Racial Profiling = Suppression Sweeps = Lawful Stop
SB1070: Section 2, B: For any lawful stop Examples
2. Criminalizing Friends and Family
SB1070: Section 5, G, 2: Unlawful transporting, moving, concealing, harboring or shielding of unlawful aliens; vehicle impoundment; $1,000 fine; charge with class 3 misdemeanor
3. Encouraging Gomer Pyle style "Citizen's Arrest"
Sb1070: Section 2, H: A person who is a legal resident of this state may bring an action

5 comments:

ultima said...

Another new poll by CNN confirms the results of the earler NBC poll with some additional points:

"Forty-one percent of people questioned in the survey say all illegal immigrants currently in the country should be removed, up 15 points from 2008. And 88 percent say more federal law enforcement officials are need along the border with Mexico, up 14 points from four years ago. The poll also indicates that 54 percent back a 700-mile-long fence along the Mexican border, up nine points from 2006.
"Support for more crackdowns on employers who hire illegal immigrants is high and also on the rise, from 58 percent four years ago to 71 percent now," says CNN Polling Director Keating Holland. "Seven in ten would support a federal ID card that everyone would have to show to an employer."

"Eight in ten also support a program that would allow illegal immigrants already in the U.S. to stay here and apply for legal residency if they had a job and paid back taxes. But only 38 percent say that program should be a higher priority than border security and other get-tough proposals."

There's something wrong here. If 41% want all illegals removed, how can it be that 8 out of 10 would allow them to stay. Doesn't make sense!

Dee said...

Ultima,
As I said earlier: Polls are Polls.

Polls are NOT what the American public are thinking. They are what those polled are understanding and responding to. I often wonder "who gets polled?" I've never been polled. Are they website polls? We all know those are wacky. Alipac sends all of their retirees to website polls. They are instructed how to clear their cache and vote multiple times.

Are they telephone polls? If so, how are the pollee's selected? It could be very subjective. Do they poll red states or blue states? urban or suburban? people who voted or not voted? during the day or evening? Were the questions slanted/leading?

Dee said...

Polls make no sense.

Vicente Duque said...

Three Videos : Arizona Chiefs of Police and Other Super Policemen against Arizona Racism, ten Super Police Chiefs of Top Cities in Department of Justice

With Eric Holder, Secreatry of Justice : Top Policemen of Arizona Cities and other Super Policemen and Chiefs of Police.

The group includes police chiefs from Phoenix (Police Chief Jack Harris) and Tucson (Police Chief Roberto VillaseƱor) in Arizona; Los Angeles, California; and Houston, Texas.

"In fact, the majority of us believe [the Arizona law] will actually cause crime to increase," said Chris Burbank, the police chief of Salt Lake City, Utah.

Eric Holder ( Secretary Department of Justice ) said "there would be a decision coming soon on some of the federal issues associated with this," said John Harris, police chief for Sahuarita, Arizona.

"Any resources at this point are going to be useful," noted Tucson, Arizona, Police Chief Roberto Villasenor. "But I don't want to just treat the symptoms of the problem."

"Arizona sheriffs are elected officials and that changes your perspective," noted Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey.

AssociatedPress — May 26, 2010 — After meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder, police chiefs from across Arizona spoke about their opposition to a new law that requires officers to question people who could be illegal immigrants. (May 26)


Ariz. Police Chiefs Decry Immigration Checks


talkradionews — May 26, 2010 — Following a meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder, police chiefs from several Western states held a press conference to discuss concerns regarding Arizonas controversial immigration law. Distributed by Tubemogul.


Police Chiefs Express Concern Over Arizona Immigration Law


ksltube — May 26, 2010 — Salt Lake City's police chief was in Washington, D.C. Wednesday morning to discuss his concerns about Arizona's immigration law.


Salt Lake City police chief pleased with DC immigration meet


You can look for the Videos in YouTube.com or see them directly here in my site :

Raciality.com

Vicente Duque

Vicente Duque said...

Three Videos : Arizona Chiefs of Police and Other Super Policemen against Arizona Racism, ten Super Police Chiefs of Top Cities in Department of Justice

With Eric Holder, Secreatry of Justice : Top Policemen of Arizona Cities and other Super Policemen and Chiefs of Police.

The group includes police chiefs from Phoenix (Police Chief Jack Harris) and Tucson (Police Chief Roberto VillaseƱor) in Arizona; Los Angeles, California; and Houston, Texas.

"In fact, the majority of us believe [the Arizona law] will actually cause crime to increase," said Chris Burbank, the police chief of Salt Lake City, Utah.

Eric Holder ( Secretary Department of Justice ) said "there would be a decision coming soon on some of the federal issues associated with this," said John Harris, police chief for Sahuarita, Arizona.

"Any resources at this point are going to be useful," noted Tucson, Arizona, Police Chief Roberto Villasenor. "But I don't want to just treat the symptoms of the problem."

"Arizona sheriffs are elected officials and that changes your perspective," noted Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey.

AssociatedPress — May 26, 2010 — After meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder, police chiefs from across Arizona spoke about their opposition to a new law that requires officers to question people who could be illegal immigrants. (May 26)

Ariz. Police Chiefs Decry Immigration Checks

talkradionews — May 26, 2010 — Following a meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder, police chiefs from several Western states held a press conference to discuss concerns regarding Arizonas controversial immigration law. Distributed by Tubemogul.

Police Chiefs Express Concern Over Arizona Immigration Law

ksltube — May 26, 2010 — Salt Lake City's police chief was in Washington, D.C. Wednesday morning to discuss his concerns about Arizona's immigration law.

Salt Lake City police chief pleased with DC immigration meet


You can look for the Videos in YouTube.com or see them directly here in my site :

Raciality.com

Vicente Duque

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