Ad Calls For Respect For Hispanic Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans, All American Workers
LOS ANGELES, CA – October 1, 2013 – Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched ads in Los Angeles, Bakersfield and Modesto California today calling for respect for all American workers. The ads are launching as special interest groups prepare to stage rallies throughout California this Saturday demanding American workers show illegal aliens respect by supporting amnesty for millions who came here illegally.
“What about showing some respect for American workers who lost their jobs to illegal aliens?” asked Joe Guzzardi, Media Director for Californians for Population Stabilization. “What about some respect for American workers whose wages have decreased as a result of job competition from illegal aliens? What about some respect for this country’s laws and the idea that no group should get preferential treatment over others? And how about some respect for those immigrants who waited patiently in line to come to America the right way? Don’t they deserve respect before people who have no respect for our laws and little respect for American workers?”
Despite millions of Californians still having difficulty finding jobs, special interest groups are moving forward with “Day of Respect” rallies to demand passage of Senate bill S744. The bill would give amnesty to 11 million illegal aliens making it easier for them to take American jobs, get welfare benefits and further depress wages. S744 would also double the nation’s current legal immigration flow, bringing in another 30 million immigrants, regardless of whether they will take an American’s job or can truly support themselves. At 8.9% California continues to have one of the highest unemployment rates in the country. In many places throughout the state, the unemployment rate is higher. Unemployment in Los Angeles is 9.8%. Unemployment in Bakersfield is 11.6%. And in Modesto, unemployment is 12.9%.
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