Ladies and Gentlemen,
The next big battle will be over immigration..
No, Barak Obama did not lie, by the time the bill is effective, all illegals will be citizens.
That was the plan all along.
Let's prepare now, start contacting your Representatives re; immigration now.
As soon as the immigration issue is settled, then they will bring up Cap and Trade.
We must not let up, we must continue to make our voices heard.
Tom Wright

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Comment by Tom Wright on April 28, 2010 at 1:22pm
Ladies and Gentlemen,
I don't know how others feel but I am disappointed at the comment of Marco Rubio, re: the Arizona Immigration bill.
Both Mr. Rubio and former Governor Jeb Busch have publicly denounced the bill.
It the law, that if you sre in this country illeagally, you are breaking the law.
Any officer making a stop, must have reasonable cause for the stop, that is no difference than anyone else.
The officer, absolutely has the right to ask for identification from anyone they stop.
Why should anyone, hispanic, black, or white be afforded special privilages.
I do not believe we should give our support to any person running for office, unless he is fully vettted by our First Coast Tea Party.
Tom Wright
Comment by Tom Wright on April 24, 2010 at 8:50am
Ladies and Gentlemen,
I was not able to attend the April 15th tea party, sadly, I was out of town.
I did hear about the altercation that took place at our rally. Yes, true to form, the police took sides with the protesters.
It was our guys that got reprimanded.
What is the world coming too?
Tom Wright

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