Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Big Labor Unions support amnesty for millions of illegal aliens

The A.F.L.-C.I.O. and the "Change to Win" have just announced that they are supporting the 13.2 million illegal alien amnesty (of course, the illegal alien population is probably much more than the conservative figure).

The New York Times reported this morning (click to the link to read the full article) that the Big Labor unions signed an accord that "endorses legalizing the status of illegal immigrants already in the United States. . ." The Times said this endorsement had been worked out by "consulting between the two [union] federations and with a variety of Hispanic organizations and advocate groups for immigrants."

According to NumbersUSA, "This union sellout is the latest sign that every group in America that can make a fast buck on illegal immigration is lining up to push the gigantic amnesty backed by the Obama administration, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. (Today's news builds on another New York Times article from last Thursday, stating that the Obama administration was making amnesty a top priority.)" Big Business had already sold out workers by backing practically all amnesties. But now the one group that is supposed to stand up for individual workers has decided it's willing to trade the paycheck of American workers for union dues paid by illegal aliens.

It shows again how elitists in government and big businesses are selling out our children's future. Our country is fasting becoming a non-white country. Once that is done, we will no longer look like a European country. But instead, we will be looking like Mexico, Haiti, or someother third world country, and our laws, government, and even religion will change according to the racial makeup of the people. With the millions of illegal aliens that will become "legal" with the stroke of a pen, it will only continue to bring more illegals in, and the legal aliens then will be able to sponsor their families into this country. Oh, if America could only consider its latter end. Until then.

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