Coincidence? Obama to Announce Executive Amnesty on National Revolution Day in Mexico
Obama will announce his Executive Amnesty Plan tonight.
Today is National Revolution Day in Mexico—
The Mexican Revolution, began on November 20, 1910, and continued for a decade. The United States, Mexico’s northern neighbor, was significantly affected by the human dislocation that resulted: if someone did not want to fight, the only alternative was to leave the country—and over 890,000 Mexicans did just that by legally emigrating during the second decade of the 20th century.
The Obama administration and minions in the media insist President Reagan also used executive amnesty to allow illegals in the country.
As Rush Limbaugh explained, “This is a bald-faced flat-out lie.”
Ronald Reagan signed a piece of legislation. It was the Simpson-Mazzoli Act. It was 1986. Congress debated and passed a law to grant amnesty to three million illegal immigrants, and Reagan signed it. — Obama is passing amnesty without Congressional legislation.