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LatinoTalk Texas 2014, 0037 Daniel Garza & Pending Immigration Action

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HUGE SHOW, TODAY!!  Daniel Garza with The LIBRE Initiative called the show along with David R Gonzalez and Elias Bemudez who are Immigration Reform Activists from Arizona.  They, along with myself, are all Independent Latino Political Activists who seek better representation for Latinos in America..  We discussed the terrible situation for DREAMERS and those in their families who live in fear of arrest and deportation unnecessarily due to Obama's harsh policies and they demand relief.  However, if Obama gives such relief it would eliminate any possibility that the Congress will act on CIR in any meaningful fashion.  Daniel Garza seeks to address this and obtain real legal relief and address the great need for MORE immigration to America and not less.  At the same time the DREAMERS are drowning and must have relief.   But I warn and my callers agree that Obama is blame and will only act if he can do so for his own political benefit.  Callers agree that the Democrats take the Latino vote for granted and the Republicans are bullies and that Latinos must have their own leaders.  We lament that Jose' Jose Peñalosa for Arizona , another Independent Latino, was not elected in Arizona.  My callers were; however, surprised, although Daniel Garza was fully aware, that the main source of the anti-immigration effort in America derives from the John Tanton Network of radical environmentalists from Planned Parenthood.  They have major leaders and activists at the leadership of both major parties and thus, Latinos have not political party on their side.  Great show today!! Tell your friends that LatinoTalk Latino Talk Texas is America's only daily political analysis from the independent Latino perspective.  

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