"You Don't Need Papers To Vote," Candidate Tells Latino Crowd
Democratic Congressional candidate Francine Busby of California, tells Illegal Immigrant Latino crowd "You don't need papers to vote." Of course, once the outrage and backlash occurred, she now says she simply misspoke.
"YOU DON'T NEED PAPERS TO VOTE," CANDIDATE TELLS LATINO CROWD
On Thursday night, June 1, 2006 --- Democratic candidate for Congress' in California's 50th Congressional District, Francine Busby told a crowd of Latinos that they didn't need papers to vote. Later, when this hit the news, and outrage flew, she then claimed that she simply misspoke. Yes, she misspoke alright. She may have misspoke herself right out of that Congressional Office that she covets so much.
But, someone in the crowd was carrying an audio recorder, and the MP3 file of her statement has already been widely circulated throughout the Internet, far beyond the reach of the 50th Congressional district, for which she was running. The recording, which was played on Roger Hedgecock's political talk-radio program the next morning, has stopped Busby's campaign dead in its' tracks, as it should.
On the face of it, there is an appearance that the candidate was soliciting illegal immigrants to work on her campaign, and it also sounds like she was also encouraging these illegals to vote illegally. This is an ethical violation, and it continues a long line of incidents where politicians have been favoring and courting the illegal immigrant vote.
This woman is another pro-amnesty politician who supports the destruction of America, and the transformation into AmeriKa, a one-third partner of the North-American Union, or the Pan-American Union, which is needed to bring about their coveted New World Order.
Now that she has quickly fallen into disfavor with citizen voters, and the Minutemen have been circulating the MP3 far and wide, it looks like her political ambitions will have to be laid to rest. It is doubtful that she will be able to survive this firestorm of her own making.
Also, with the huge amount of preparation that these politicos undergo before they step into the public arena, it is an outright LIE that this woman misspoke. What was more likely was she tried to play both sides of the highly-negative illegal immigrant amnesty issue, and she was caught, plain and simple.
Whether she will admit to this, is another story that will have to wait for another day.
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The following sources were used in the creation of this Kentroversy Paper . . .
Busby on Defense, Says She Misspoke (June 3, 2006)
Busby Statement Made on June 1, 2006 (MP3)
Minuteman Project Official Website
Amnesty For Illegal Immigrants
Black Box Voting