FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASECONTACT: Dan WilsonOctober 28, 2010Shirley & Banister Public Affairs703firstname.lastname@example.org
OBAMA LORDS OVER LATINOS AS A“KING”
Incumbent Democrats Expect a Coronation, but Latinos Came to the U.S. to Escape the Dictates of a King
— President Obama, speaking on Univision Radio this week, when askedabout his broken promise to pursue immigration reform in his first year, responded, “I ampresident, I am not king. I can’t do these things just by myself.”“Latinos are thankful that we live in a democracy, which will allow us to vote out of office the do-nothing Democrats such as Senator Barbara Boxer who have rallied behind President Obama’sagenda of abandoning Latinos,” said
Alfonso Aguilar, executive director of the LatinoPartnership for Conservative Principles
. “The mark of a good leader is someone who leads,not blames others for not getting the job done.”“Many Latinos came to this country to escape the dictatorships of Central and South America.They are tired of the President and Democrats holding immigration reform hostage andundermining the values and institutions that Latinos hold dear—values such as respect for life andinstitutions such as the family, and family-owned businesses,” said Mr. Aguilar.“Some Democrats may bemoan the fact that the President does not hold king-like power, but theymust also realize that the failure to introduce an immigration bill rests squarely on their shoulders.With possession of the White House and overwhelming majorities in both houses of Congress,Democrats were given a chance to fix our broken immigration system in their own way and insteadchose to push for their own priorities, leaving Latinos disappointed.”“Latinos are rightfully angered that the President has broken his promise to them, and thatDemocrats stood by and watched him ignore their issues. That’s why Latinos should supportconservative Republican candidates this November – such as Carly Fiorina in California – who willdo something on comprehensive immigration reform, candidates who will also share and promotethe institutions and values that matter most to Latinos.”
The Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles
promotes conservative values and idealswithin the Latino community and works to integrate Latinos into fuller and more active participationand leadership in the conservative movement. It is an initiative of
American Principles In Action
,a 501(c)(4) organization dedicated to preserving and propagating the fundamental principles onwhich our country was founded. It aims to return our nation to an understanding that governancevia these timeless principles will strengthen us as a country.
For more information or to schedule an interview with Mr. Alfonso Aguilar, please contact DanWilson at Shirley & Banister Public Affairs at (703) 739-5920 or email@example.com.