A pro-illegal alien amnesty rally involving unions and SEIU is just too important to let a government shutdown interfere with.
There are some things that are just too important to stop. Not a visit by elderly WW2 veterans who might not live to see next year. But a pro-illegal alien amnesty rally involving unions and SEIU is just too important to let a government shutdown interfere with.
A planned immigration reform rally will take place on the National Mall on Tuesday even though the site is closed due to the government shutdown.
Organizers for the "Camino Americano: March for Immigration Reform" were spotted Monday setting up a stage and equipment on the National Mall for the rally which will take place on Tuesday.
A few scattered barriers around the park have signs informing visitors that the area is closed as a result of the government shutdown.
But that's okay. The shutdown only affects senior citizens living in cabins on Federal land who have to be kicked out of their homes and visiting veterans. It doesn't affect truly important people like...
About 30 members of Congress are expected to attend the rally, including House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J.
The event is hosted by several immigration activist groups, together with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and the AFL-CIO.
What isn't being mentioned is that the Camino Americano rally is really more of a concert because it's the only way to get a whole bunch of people to show up. But the resulting crowds there to hear the music will be sold as pro-amnesty protesters.
Should a concert really get an exemption when no one else seems to be able to? When the concern aligns with the agenda of Obama Inc, do you even have to ask?
Los Tigres del Norte will headline the free Concert and will be joined by guest artists Lila Downs and Little Joe (Hernandez). Los Tigres have been at the forefront of the immigration debate from almost the very beginning. The outdoor, two-hour concert will begin at 12:30 p.m. at 10th Street and the National Mall. While many of you may not be able to join us in person, we hope that the Concert and March will resonate in your hearts and minds.
Anyone who attends to hear the music will of course be billed as a civil rights protestor.