... un-American plans of any president
* Judy Chu - California Congresswoman
co-sponsor of a 2009 amnesty bill
in 2006, as an assemblywoman, joined with Gil Cedillo to support illegal immigration. Also supported his efforts to give driver's license to illegal aliens
* James Clyburn - South Carolina Congressman
* Charlie Crist - Former Republican Governor of Florida
... Clarke, Mike Honda, Lynn Woolsey, Judy Chu, Joseph Crowley, Pedro Pierluisi (Puerto Rico), Jared Polis, Jan Schakowsky, and Jose Serrano.
12/15/09 UPDATE: Per this, Gutierrez claims he has 80 co-sponsors, and his press conference including young people wearing t-shirts saying "Future Voter". Guess which party they'll be voting for. And:
One key Republican who said he was “disappointed” by...
... senate) and CA Assemblywoman Judy Chu are going to risk arrest by leading "immigrants" in a civil disobedience "action" near LAX.
Those involved include the union "UNITE HERE" and the We Are America Alliance. An article discussing the event also includes this:
"They have elevated the issue to beyond just a group of workers in this single hotel to a broader issue of immigrant workers and the...
The seventh year wasn't a charm for California state senator Gil Cedillo (D-MX), as the Democrat-controlled Assembly Appropriations Committee decided to shelve his latest attempt to give legal California driver's licenses to illegal aliens:
Political insiders suggested the measure was perhaps too controversial for an election year.
Your guess is probably close, but, to make it exact, here's a hint: Sacramento.
Now that your guess is almost 100% correct, here's the article.
"Two lawmakers seeking membership in Democrat-only Asian caucus":
Two Asian lawmakers are asking to be admitted to the Legislature's Asian-Pacific Islander Caucus, or be given money to start a club that will include Republican lawmakers.
Here's what "progressive" Democrat CA Assemblymember Jackie Goldberg says about the residents of California when she thinks no one is listening:
"Some of us are thinking that maybe people should see the pain up close and personal, right now."
That's from the SacBee story "Lawmakers' hush-hush talk broadcast live":
Unbeknown to them, a group of Assembly Democrats' private gab session about