La raza president: ‘important and urgent for president to act as soon as possible

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  1. poncho

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    Corporate-backed group attempts to rally Latinos behind immigration reform

    National Council of La Raza president and CEO Janet Murguía isn’t hiding her elation at the fact that President Obama is readying executive orders which would serve to legalize millions of immigrants who have skirted the nation’s immigration laws.

    Appearing on MSNBC Monday, Murguía expressed that she felt “it is very important and urgent for the president to act as soon as possible” on immigration reform.

    From today’s episode of MSNBC’s Rundown with Jose Diaz Balart:

    Janet Murguía: The fact is that by delaying the executive action, the administrative action, I think it did harm some of the Senate Democrats who were in play for this last cycle. But frankly, we’ve moved on. We’re focusing on what the president will announce, and our hope is that he will be bold and that he will announce soon his intentions to allow those individuals who have been deeply rooted here in the United States for many years and are tied to citizen children. Hopefully advance opportunities for others and expand the category of “dreamers” as well. We see, unfortunately still, too many families being separated every day, and we believe it is very important and urgent for the president to act as soon as possible.

    In the past, Murguía has also tried to shame the president into passing reform by labeling him the “Deporter-in-chief’” at the NCLR’s annual Capital Awards dinner.

    http://www.infowars.com/la-raza-president-important-and-urgent-for-president-to-act-as-soon-as-possible/

    Since 1982, NCLR has benefited from the expertise of its Corporate Board of Advisors (CBA) in an effort to advance the interests of Hispanic Americans. This impressive group of senior executives and liaisons from 24 key corporations meets twice a year to receive updates on NCLR’s activities, dialogue about current matters, and make decisions about issues and programs of concern. Through ongoing communication with the CBA, NCLR strengthens each CBA member’s capacity to attract and serve the Hispanic population.

    AT&T
    Bank of America
    Chevron
    Citi
    The Coca-Cola Company
    Comcast NBCUniversal Telemundo
    ConAgra Foods, Inc.
    Ford Motor Company
    General Mills, Inc.
    General Motors
    Johnson & Johnson
    Kraft Foods
    McDonald’s Corporation
    MillerCoors LLC
    PepsiCo Inc.
    Prudential Financial
    Shell
    State Farm Insurance Companies
    Time Warner Inc.
    Toyota
    UPS
    Verizon
    Walmart
    Wells Fargo



    - See more at: http://www.nclr.org/index.php/suppo...orate_board_of_advisors/#sthash.dprCPGrh.dpuf
     
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    La Raza is a racist organization whose goal is to tale over the Southwest!
     
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    Ya think their corporate sponsors, I mean advisers understand that?
     
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    They are the KKK of Mexicans.
     
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    Obama sees them as a vote and corporates see Spanish speaking dollar signs.....press 2 for English next.
     
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    :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
     

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