FLOTUS: ‘WE CANNOT AFFORD TO WAIT FOR CONGRESS’ ON AMNESTY!

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Well excuse me while I remind you Mrs. Obama that we have laws and we have a constitution in place and you and your husband are not above any of us Americans or above the law! You have gotten away with murder and we are done with your ghetto tactics! So keep your racist mouth shut, go vacation and let REAL Americans try and fix the chaos your husband has created! Dean James AFF 

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In New York City, First Lady Michelle Obama spoke at the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) convention, promising that her husband would act on his own to fix the broken immigration system.

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“So make no mistake about it, we have to keep on fighting as hard as we can on immigration,” she said as the crowd cheered. “And as my husband has said, he’s going to do whatever administrative action it takes to fix this broken system.”

Obama reminded the attendees that they couldn’t wait for Congress to act on their future and urged them to seize opportunities on their own.

“We cannot afford to wait on Congress to lift up our next generation. We can’t afford to wait on anybody when it comes to our kids’ future,” she said. “Your grandparents and parents didn’t wait for opportunities to come to them. No, they packed up their families and moved to this country for a better life.”

The First Lady reminded them of the history of social injustices that Latinos suffered in America which inspired the founder of LULAC to start his organization in 1929.

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“Back then, Latinos were being brutalized and killed by police and lynched by the KKK,” she said. “‘No Mexicans Allowed’ signs hung outside of restaurants and storefronts. Latinos often couldn’t own property or serve on a jury. And if you walked into a public building, you’d often see not two water fountains, but three — one white, one black, and one brown.”

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