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AMERICAN WORKERS DESERVE DAY OF RESPECT NOT ILLEGAL ALIENS: Los Angeles

What about showing some respect for American workers who lost their jobs to illegal aliens? What about some respect for American workers whose wages have decreased as a result of job competition from illegal aliens?  What about some respect for this country’s laws and the idea that no group should get preferential treatment over others?  And how about some respect for those immigrants who waited patiently in line to come to America the right way?  Don’t they deserve respect before people who have no respect for our laws and little respect for American worker

AMERICAN WORKERS DESERVE DAY OF RESPECT NOT ILLEGAL ALIENS: Modesto

What about showing some respect for American workers who lost their jobs to illegal aliens? What about some respect for American workers whose wages have decreased as a result of job competition from illegal aliens?  What about some respect for this country’s laws and the idea that no group should get preferential treatment over others?  And how about some respect for those immigrants who waited patiently in line to come to America the right way?  Don’t they deserve respect before people who have no respect for our laws and little respect for American workers?

McCarthy SOS (radio) 2013

Congressman McCarthy has also discussed legalizing 11 million illegal aliens, despite the fact that 57% of all immigrant households with children use a welfare program. Studies estimate legalization will cost taxpayers more than $6 trillion in entitlements, social security and welfare. Areas like Kern County with high immigration will be disproportionately impacted.

San Diego Water (radio)

Over the last thirty years, population has grown by one million in San Diego and population levels are projected to grow by another million in the next thirty years. Now that water is being diverted upstream, San Diego simply doesn’t have enough water for its population, much less for another million people.

Inconvenient Truth (radio)

If we want to start healing our environment, we’ve got to slow population growth. More people mean more cars, more sprawl, higher energy demands, more air pollution, more demand for water and more paved-over farmland. With America’s population growing at its current rate, every time we make an environmental gain, our population increases and the gains are erased. Reducing immigration is the key to slowing future population growth and recapturing the momentum in the battle to save California’s natural treasures.

Environmentalists Radio Ad

We’re sounding an alarm. Environmentalists need to get their heads out of the sand and into this discussion. Immigration is the number one factor driving America’s population growth yet many environmentalists say immigration isn’t a threat. Growth at this pace will tax our natural resources, destroy wildlife habitat and further degrade our environmental treasures. A sustainable U.S. environment is impossible with this type of irresponsible population acceleration.

Bakersfield Air Quality (Radio)

Kern County air is very damaging to health. It’s second only to Los Angeles. The air is so bad, 65% of all summer days are dangerous for kids with asthma. That’s no way to grow up.” Hull went on to cite the immigration driven population explosion as one of the factors nobody wants to discuss, “To deny immigration driven population growth in California is hurting our environment is to deny not only the facts but our everyday experience. The crowding is undeniable.

Californians are Choking on the Air They Breathe (radio)

This 60-second commercial charges that San Bernardino and Riverside Counties have the worst air in the nation, and connects the poor air quality to the extremely high childhood asthma incidence in this region.  To prove our point, we note that "in San Bernardino County, the cancer risk just from breathing is 1,400 times the EPA's standard."

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