Spectacle of Bunk
FLIMEN comments are in green.
Bridge, Inc. comments are in blue.
FLIMEN extends to
you the announcement from the pro-illegal immigration groups below.
You are encouraged to witness their rally if you can attend.
These rallies are an eye-opener for the public as indicated by
the huge negative response from American citizens to the April and May
illegal alien protests. This reaction by American citizens was
responsible for the Martinez-Hagel AMNESTY to be
dead-on-arrival at the US House of Representatives.
U.T.B. United Third Bridge, Inc.
and the Florida Puerto Rican/Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is
organizing a stand in solidarity rally in front of Palm Bay City Hall
at 6pm Thursday, August 17th, 2006 in protest against Ordinance
2006-80 and 20068 also a prayer vigil at 6pm.
this ordinance because:
Unenforceable, costly and likely unconstitutional.
is narrow in scope and the criteria defining legal workers is clearly
spelled out in law so it will be enforceable. The cost of
enforcement will be far less than the staggering costs of illegal
immigration. This exceptionally well-written bill is expected to
sustain legal challenge as the ordinance discriminates only on the
basis of legality, not on any of the ten discriminators (race, color,
national origin, religion, age, disability, marital status or
familial status). As long as Palm Bay does not engage in
discrimination of these basis factors during implementation, then the
ordinance is likely to survive legal challenge. If the ordinance
pre-empts federal authority it is inconsistent that illegal alien
hiring halls and sanctuary cities, both pre-emptive and contradictory
to federal law, still exist.
in racial profiling.
officers are obligated to follow established laws prohibiting
spirited and discriminatory toward Latinos.
There is no language
in the ordinance aimed at Latinos or any other ethnic group. It
is solely based on prohibiting hiring of illegal workers including
minors, sex offenders,
and illegal aliens.
This ordinance is not mean-spirited. It is simply an effort to uphold the rule of law, which is the very foundation
of American governance.
Sacrificing the economy of Palm Bay and the rest of Brevard County.
The only benefactors
of illegal immigration are illegal aliens and illegal employers.
The taxpayers of Palm Bay are the ones who pay the burdensome costs of
illegal immigration. There is no evidence that Palm
Bay's or Brevard County's economies would be adversely affected.
come at a very high moral and financiqal cost to the taxpayers of Palm
United Nations Universal Declaration of Human
Rights states in Article 13, line
2: "Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own,
and to return to his country."
Article 13 does
not provide the right for any global
citizen to illegally enter any host nation they so choose. Yet human
rights and morality advocates vociferously claim such a right,
obviously without justification as such a right is not provided in the
widely accepted human rights declaration.
being used by the City Council members at the expense of the tax
paying citizens of Palm Bay to reach their own personal higher
political agendas and positions in Tallahassee.
The Palm Bay Council
members are admirably looking out for the welfare of their
restaurants, contractors, citizens and others who hire the services of
immigrants will be effected.
Employers who comply
with this ordinance will not be affected as long as they verify the
legality of employees. If the employee is not legally employed
then they should be affected.