Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentImmigration · 1 decade ago

Should American corporations support LULAC at expense of middle-class Americans?

I received this article which shows a number of American businesses that support LULAC. We all know LULAC is pro-illegal and anti enforcement of our immigration laws....support by these companies undermines middle-class Americans efforts to protect our country and our way of life for future generations.

LULAC CORPORATE FUNDING:

We are going to share, below, the names of corporations who previously

donated $10,000.00 to $100,000, to LULAC, in one single year. These

corporations need to know that some of their donations are being used

to fight ordinances aimed at addressing illegal immigration or legal

residency, on a local level, like Farmers Branch did. The laws of our

GREAT NATION are black and white, and there is NO ROOM for shades of

gray. When people come to our country without documented permission,

then they are here illegally. When they carry fake identifications,

then they are a felon. We have been receiving reports, in our in-box,

that Catholic Charities is helping Illegal's obtain fake

identifications. Texans are spending over 5 BILLION a year supporting

Illegal Aliens, Illegal Immigrants, Illegal Residents, or whatever the

politically correct term for ILLEGAL is.

We encourage you to contact the executives, of these corporations, and

ask them to scrutinize their future contributions to ACLU, LULAC and

MALDEF.

Ford Motor Company, Freddie Mac, General Motors, SBC, AARP, American

Airlines, H-E-B, Shell Oil Company, Tyson Foods, DaimlerChrysler

Corporation, Nextel, PepsiCo, Inc., Procter & Gamble, Sears, The

Coca-Cola Company, Univision Communications Inc, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc,

Anheuser Busch, AT&T, BellSouth Corporation, Blockbuster, Countrywide,

Dell Inc, Eli Lilly & Company, Exxon Mobil Corporation,

Hewlett-Packard Company, McDonald's Corporation, Miller Brewing

Company, Sprint, Valero Corp, Verizon Communications, Wells Fargo,

YUM! Brands Inc, Bank of America, Burger King Corporation, Caesar's

Entertainment, Continental Airlines, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Geico

Direct, Home Box Office, J. C. Penney, Kraft Foods, Lowe's Companies,

Inc, NBC/Telemundo, Office Depot, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines,

State Farm, Summit Mortgage, and Washington Mutual.

Update:

anits suck - we may not win but will never give up the fight, be cowards and tuck out tails & run the way the mexicans are doing!

This is not the American way....

Update 2:

anits suck - we may not win but will never give up the fight, be cowards and tuck out tails & run the way the mexicans are doing!

This is not the American way....

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Well what I want to know is once they suppress our wages to the point that we are a 3rd world country...

    Who is going to have the money to buy all of their sh!t?

  • 1 decade ago

    Everyone supports illegal immigration. Just get over it. You can't win.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    these businesses don't know what they got themselves into.

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