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Fromt he Boston Globe website:
“At a later event in downtown Boston, she was greeted enthusiastically by Service Employees International Union members at their headquarters, who stood and applauded, chanting in Spanish, “Si Se Puede,” (“Yes, we can”). Some listened to her remarks through translation devices.”
There is who supports the rubber stamp for Obama Martha Coakley, the illegal immigrant nation. Guess what is next massachuttes? Amnesty for illegals to pay back the SEIU for their help in keeping Obama with the power to pass anything he wants.
Is “si se puede” the voice that you want to represent you in an original American state?
Do you want to bring your kids to a political rally for a US senator to hear cheering union workers chant in spanish? All during a time of 11% unemplyment under Democrat rule?
If you support the rubber stamp it’s nice to get a preview of what you vote will turn into down the road when the highly unpopular Amnesty is the next piece of the liberal agenda.
Vote Coakley, and you’ll get your “si se puede” before the year is out.
Martha Coakley! Si Se Puede?
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