Well, at least they aren't boycotting us!
The Mayor of San Antonio wrote up this resolution thinking it would be hugely popular. That's odd. It's especially odd since TX Governor Perry has already said he woudln't sign such a law. So, the mayor is just attempting to jump on the bandwagon.
Council member Clamp was on local radio today and asked that we flood their inboxes and voice mail! Let them know you don't appreciate them embracing illegal alien invaders over normal American citizens and legal immigrants!
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Resolution Urging Texas Legislature and Governor to Refrain from Passing Immigration Law
S.A. council plans vote on resolution opposing Arizona immigration law
The City of San Antonio may pass a resolution expressing its opinion on the measure.
Mayor Julian Castro has said it's important for the city to speak out against Arizona's immigration bill, but not all council members agree.
Councilman John Clamp is one of several council members who plan to vote against a city resolution opposing Arizona's new immigration law.
The council is expected to have a lively debate this Thursday, and those on both sides of the issue plan to show up.
Meanwhile, several state lawmakers have announced their intention to introduce similar legislation in the next state legislative session in January.
Leaders such as San Antonio Police Chief William McManus and Gov. Rick Perry have said that authorities in Texas have no business acting as immigration officers.
San Antonio City Council
Mayor Julián Castro
District 1 Mary Alice P. Cisneros
District 2 Ivy R. Taylor
District 3 Jennifer V. Ramos
District 4 Philip A. Cortez
District 5 David Medina, Jr
District 6 Ray Lopez
District 7 Justin Rodriguez
District 8 W. Reed Williams
District 9 Elisa Chan
District 10 John G. Clamp