First and foremost, I am clearly stating that I do not endorse Romney nor Obama for President of the United States, but genuinely agree that this issue has to be addressed (and decide on some manner of reforms being put in place), so we can all move forward, in one manner or the other. My personal commitment has always been to speak for and support poor people throughout the world, and I have chosen to do so by articulating their plight and by trusting and having faith that Jesus Christ is solving this issue and will be accomplished in a more glorious manner than could ever be done by the political arena.
Nevertheless, there are many reasons why the immigration reform issue has not been brought to the forefront, and Mr. Rodriguez' article presents many insights why it has been stalled (and by whom) in an extrememly cogent manner, with facts that have never been made available to the general public before.
AUDIENCE MEMBER: They’re racist!
So I’m asking you to add your voices to this debate. You can sign up to help at whitehouse.gov. We need Washington to know that there is a movement for reform that’s gathering strength from coast to coast.