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Published on Feb 25, 2007
~~see update below~~ Please go to his campaign appearances and try to ask him the question on the video. The media isn't going to ask politicians any difficult questions, so it's up to us to do it.
Note that the same question applies to others who spoke at the May 1 rally: U.S. Reps. Rahm Emanuel, Jan Schakowsky, and Luis Gutierrez. The last also spoke at the March 10 event, as did Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich and Chicago mayor Richard Daley.
~~UPDATE~~ It's come to my attention that some people don't seem to understand what's wrong with a *U.S. Senator* marching with *foreign citizens* who have entered the U.S in contravention to our laws and who were making a *show of force in our streets* and were *demanding that we change our laws to suit them*. Nor do they understand what's wrong with a *U.S. Senator* marching at such a rally when it was organized by people with *links to the Mexican government and Mexican political parties*.
For those who don't understand that, I'd like them to get Obama to sign on to a statement saying:
"I, Barack Obama, marched with foreign citizens who entered the country in contravention to our laws and who were demanding that we change our laws to suit them. And, key organizers of that march are linked to the Mexican government and Mexican political parties. I don't see a problem with that! Do you, America?"
Since most of those commenting don't see a problem with this, Obama will not hesitate to sign on to that statement. Right?