Saturday, June 19, 2010

Treason in our American Government it is here brought to you from Chicago

Luis Gutiérrez should be in jail, He is going against what We the people of the United States of America want. We do not want any “Immigration reform”

Mr. Gutiérrez is also from Chicago, Illinois and went with Obama and against the American people on Healthcare Reform.

Mr. Gutierrez is indeed a Traitor that in involved in our Big Bloated Government today.


This word imports a betraying, treachery, or breach of allegiance.

The Constitution of the United States, Art. III, defines treason against the United States to consist only in levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid or comfort. This offence is punished with death. By the same article of the Constitution, no person shall be convicted of treason, unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court.


In law, treason is the crime of disloyalty to one's nation. A person who reneges on an oath of loyalty or a pledge of allegiance, and in some way wilfully cooperates with an enemy, is considered to be a traitor. Oran's Dictionary of the Law (1983) defines treason as: "...[a]...citizen's actions to help a foreign government overthrow, make war against, or seriously injure the [parent nation]." The state of Florida's constitution defines treason as: "[Treason is] levying war against [the state], adhering to its enemies, or giving them aid and comfort

Luis Gutiérrez

Member of the U.S. House of Representatives

from Illinois's 4th district


Assumed office

January 3, 1993

Gutiérrez was born in Chicago, Illinois. A 1975 graduate of Northeastern Illinois University [1], he held jobs as a high school teacher, a cab driver, and a social worker with the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services before entering politics.[citation needed]

Of Puerto Rican descent, he is a supporter of Puerto Rican independence[citation needed] (although not necessarily of the Puerto Rican Independence Party, PIP), the Vieques movement,[citation needed] and other liberal causes.[which?][citation needed] He is a member of the US Congressional Progressive Caucus.[citation needed] Gutiérrez has assembled support from a broad section[vague] of Chicagoans, including Mexican Americans and Puerto Ricans.


Immigration reform

Gutierrez is a chair on the Immigration Task Force.[8][9] He described his recently proposed bill before a Washington DC rally:

My bill will promote fair immigration proceedings, humane treatment of immigration detainees, and policies that respect the tenet of community policing. No more raids in our community, no more separation of our families. Now, none of this works without a strong commitment to America’s labor force. None of it works without a strong commitment. So one of the tenets of our bill will be comprehensive immigration reform, has to mean—has to mean—to protecting all workers.

—Luis Gutiérrez, [10]

On May 1, 2010, Gutiérrez was arrested at an immigration rally outside the White House in Washington, D.C. Gutiérrez was among protesters who were outraged by the recent decision by Governor Jan Brewer in Arizona to toughen immigration laws in the state of Arizona.

Please contact Mr. Gutierrez and tell him how disappointed you are in his view to allow illegal’s to stay in your united states.

Quote by Vance

"Fraudulent papers are used by illegals and underage drinkers and Presidential Campaigners”

The welfare of all residents, whether legal or illegal, is being jeopardized.

As Gutierrez acknowledged, students who came here with visas, that are now expired, are not going back; guest workers, who have had their visas expire, are not going back; and now that summer is upon us, many tourists here for vacation, will also not be going back.

That is a fact. It is also difficult to remove the people already here. It is a mess. However, if all states begin enforcing the laws it is at least a beginning. A message must be sent that if caught, you will be prosecuted, fined, jailed and then deported. With enforcement comes the realization by many who violate our laws that there is a consequence instead of an amnesty. Examples must be made in order to make people think twice about breaking our laws. While I have not agreed with Congressman Gutierrez on many issues, I do like the Photo Social Security Card Concept. Not in the way he probably envisions it, though. There currently is a very profitable black market in the Hispanic community for "fraudulent documentation" on the streets now. We have already seen one alderman's father involved in the business, if you recall. In my opinion, a photo enhanced Social Security Card just won't go far enough to ensure that documentation will be entirely on the "up and up." JD Hayworth

Poll: Majority Backs Arizona Immigration Bill

Roughly 70 percent say it is at least somewhat likely that the measure will both reduce the number of illegal residents and new illegal immigration into the country

Nearly three in four Americans (74 percent) say illegal immigrants who use government services but don't pay taxes weaken the economy. Just 17 percent say illegal immigrants strengthen the economy by taking on low-wage jobs.

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said Thursday she was "stunned" to hear Secretary of State Hillary Clinton say that the Justice Department will sue her state over its new, controversial immigration law, and she's vowing to fight the feds over the issue -- and win.

(Credit: AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said Thursday she was "stunned" to hear Secretary of State Hillary Clinton say that the Justice Department will sue her state over its new, controversial immigration law, and she's vowing to fight the feds over the issue -- and win.

Clinton said in a recent interview with an Ecuadorian television station that the Justice Department will challenge the law since the federal government has jurisdiction over immigration issues.

The new measure, which is slated to go into effect in July, requires immigrants in Arizona to carry documents verifying their immigration status and requires police officers to question a person about his or her immigration status during a "lawful stop" if there is "reasonable suspicion" that person may be in the country illegally.

Brewer, a Republican, said in a statement that Clinton's remarks are "no way to treat the people of Arizona."

"To learn of this lawsuit through an Ecuadorean interview with the secretary of state is just outrageous," she said. "If our own government intends to sue our state to prevent illegal immigration enforcement, the least it can do is inform us before it informs the citizens of another nation."

She said on Fox News yesterday that she will not back away from the issue.

"We are going to pursue it, we're going to be very aggressive," Brewer said. "We'll meet them in court ... And we will win."

Arizona’s new law may be popular throughout the country, Arizona’s tough new anti-immigration law, but the rest of the country appears to support it in a big way, providing more evidence of the nation’s historic shift to the right over the past year.

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