Congressional Candidate opposes President Obama’s de facto amnesty plan
Toledo, OH- Last Friday, President Obama announced that the federal government would no longer seek the deportation of illegal immigrants under the age of thirty so long as they had not committed any additional crimes. In response, Joe “the Plumber” Wurzelbacher, candidate for Congress in Ohio’s 9th district, released the following statement:
“Our representative, Marcy Kaptur, has said nothing about how additional amnesty and illegal labor will further depress the already stagnant wages which Ohio workers are experiencing.
I call for the people of Ohio to join me in strong condemnation of Barack Obama’s totalitarian action on this issue. It’s one more blatant affront to the authority of the Constitution.
In addition, the President’s gift to illegal aliens will further dilute union labor, whose dues Marcy Kaptur feeds upon every election year. Just who is she representing - Ohio’s 9th, or Barack Obama’s dismal and unconstitutional record?
Unions have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to keep Marcy in Congress. If she stands with the President on this issue, then she is betraying her donors as well as the very people who sent her to Washington in the first place.”
Joe Wurzelbacher is a candidate for Congress in Ohio’s 9th District. Joe rose to national fame as “Joe the Plumber” when he challenged then-candidate Barack Obama on his plans to raise taxes on the middle-class. Since 2008, Wurzelbacher has spoken nationally in support of blue-collar workers, encouraging voters to get engaged in the political process.
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