Tea Partiers Against Treason, Also Punks and Brown-Skinned People

Abby Zimet

With yesterday's release of a report by labor groups finding that immigration enforcement has undermined
workers' rights, and with an immigration reform bill due this week,
anti-immigrant forces are flooding social media sites and organizing
Tea Parties Against Amnesty in preparation for what they hope will be a
huge "backlash wave of anger," at least among white people who still
think Obama was born in Kenya or some other weird foreign place.
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) - the people who said
small federal grants to La Raza meant Americans were "being forced to
support a race-based separatist group" - oppose
Comprehensive Amnesty legislation expected to be filed by Friday by
Congressman Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.), even though they haven't seen it


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"Make my day punk!" said William Gheen of ALIPAC.
"Gutierrez and his fellow traitors in Washington know they are running
out of time on this Amnesty legislation and since 78% of Americans
oppose what they are trying to do and many consider it Treason."


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