Liberals need to take eight minutes and listen to Eric from Massachusetts, a gay conservative who has spent over a year and $6,000 trying to legally immigrate his spouse to America. Eric delivered a hefty dose of common sense to the air waves, and admonished President Obama for his plan to push immigration reform via executive order and his two-faced treatment of the LGBTQ community.
Below is a rough transcript of Eric's comments:
Well, just yesterday he had an interview with the US embassy. And it was a success. After 17 months and $6,000, you know. And we're just waiting on some medical stuff to come through.
Again, my point being, there are people coming over the border giving foot-and-mouth disease, and I have to get a medical certificate for my spouse.
But, nonetheless, what the president is going to do tonight with the stroke of a pen, not only spits in the face of me...but having lived in Central America for a year, I know what this is -- what this move is going to do to the country tonight. And it's not good. You cannot allow -- and 9 million is a conservative estimate. We're talking up to possibly 34 million illegal immigrants, you know, into this country.
It's one thing if you want to come to a country to be American.
My spouse is a biologist, a chemist, and a pharmacist. He currently tests the water content in El Salvador. He will come to the United States to hopefully be a contributor, you know, a pharmacist, a chemist, a biologist, whatever.
But you can't bring 9 to 34 million people with a third world mentality into the United States and have this country remain a first world country. It doesn't work. You're going to destroy this country. That's not a bigoted statement. It's fact. I've lived down there and know what the conditions are like.
I'm so sick to my stomach over what he'll do tonight. Not only because of what it will do to America, but also because of what I've personally gone through. This president is not a friend to the LGBT community. And I really, really wish that my gay brothers and sisters would wake up and see that
So long as this man kowtows to Saudi Arabia and makes deal with Iran and is pro-Islam, he is not a friend to the gay community friend. Period. The end. There's no solidarity there. There is no solidarity there. There is no common ground.
Obama has proven at this point that this man will say anything to get elected. And I have friends tell me, he's only got two years left. What can he do? You will be surprised at the damage this man can and will do in the next two years because he hates America.
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