Indiana's State Director Of The Federation For Immigration Reform And Enforcement Says The Clintons Have No Loyalty To America
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From: Cheree Calabro  ( e-mail her)

Re: Matt Parrott's Letter: An Indiana Reader Says Hillary Clinton May Yet Become An Immigration Reformer

As a fellow Hoosier, Parrott's letter piqued my interest. 

Even if Hillary tries to move to the right on immigration, as Parrott suggests she might, she can't explain away the D minus on her immigration report card.

The Clintons bear no allegiance to America.  They have formed the shadiest of alliances with the Communist Chinese and their operatives like Norman Hsu as well as the most radical, racist Hispanic groups.

The chief executive officer of La Raza, Janet Murguia, worked in Bill Clinton's administration.  And get this!  The former president and CEO of La Raza for 30 years, Raul Yzaguirre, is now Hillary's campaign manager. How cozy can Hillary get our enemies?

More evidence of Clinton's treasonous leanings comes from the Indianapolis Star. The Star had an interesting column saying that Indiana Senator Evan Bayh is on Hillary's short list of potential vice presidential running mates. ["Is Bayh the Guy? It's Looking Good," Indianapolis Star, Russ Pulliam, September 22, 2007] 

But Bayh is a co-sponsor of the DREAM Act and one of his Indianapolis district office staffers was proud to tell me that Bayh supports a pathway to citizenship for the illegals currently living in the U.S.

Hillary may not be broadcasting her true views on illegal immigration at this point. And she may try to fool us with her clever rhetoric. But make no mistake about it, Clinton is very pro-illegal.  

Dave Gorak's VDARE.COM column about Calabro's efforts in Indiana to prevent illegal aliens from using matricula consular cards to access banking services is here

And Joe Guzzardi's column about Calabro's views on more diversity at the Indiana State Fair is here.

Contact Calabro at her website here.

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