Obama Steps on Political Land Mine!


Following the hard lessons of New York Governor Elliot Spitzer’s failed attempt to give licenses to illegal aliens and John McCain’s close call with political destruction for supporting Comprehensive Immigration Reform Amnesty in 2007, Barrack Obama has stepped on a political land mine stating Americans should be forced to learn to speak Spanish.

YouTube videos showing his speech have gone viral and the new media is quickly distributing his comments which are opposed by approximately 4 out of 5 Americans according to Rasmussen Report polling from last month which shows Eighty-three percent (83%) place a higher priority on encouraging immigrants to speak English as their primary language. Just 13% take the opposite view and say it is more important for Americans to learn other languages.

Obama says in the video “instead of worrying about whether immigrants can learn English,” Americans “need to make sure your child can speak Spanish.”

You can view the video at this link. This copy has gone viral and already been viewed over 200,000 times in one day reaching the #1 most discussed and #2 most viewed video on Youtube!

“Americans are sick and tired of pressing 1 for English and being forced to pay for this liberal corporate social engineering experiment,” says William Gheen of ALIPAC. “Immigrants should ingratiate themselves and speak English because English is the language of the United States. The English language and the fact all Americans have shared a native tongue is an essential part of the equation that has made America such a successful nation. Obama is completely out of touch on immigration issues just like McCain.”

English as the official language of the United States is part of ALIPAC’s Platform found at www.alipac.us since polls show a super majority of Americans feel the same way on this facet of the immigration debate.

Voters can express their dismay by contacting Barrack Obama Campaign Headquarters by phone, please call: (866) 675-2008

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