West Suburban Patriots –
As if the “dog days of Summer” aren’t hot enough, there is a battle looming that will turn up the heat across the nation. That battle is about illegal immigration (please note the word “illegal” that precedes the word “immigration”). The emotion, hype, and hyperbole which surrounds this issue is incredible. We are, indeed, a nation of immigrants – and this melting pot of cultures and ideas have forged our nation into a unique success, previously unknown throughout history. But as one talk radio pundit has surmised, “Look at how well allowing unrestricted, illegal immigration worked out for the American Indians!”.
The Senate just passed a comprehensive immigration bill. Recent experience has shown that when legislators use the words “comprehensive” and “legislation” together, Americans must be on alert. Those words always result in a pork-bloated, special-interest-pandering, incomprehensible, hundreds- or-thousands of page bill, that no legislator has taken the time to read or understand before voting. As the battle over illegal immigration heats up in the coming weeks and heads into the House, those concerned about America’s future really need to pay attention.
A documentary is sweeping the nation that tackles illegal immigration head on, yet without bias or malice. “They Come to America: The Cost of Amnesty” by filmmaker/producer/director Dennis Michael Lynch is an unflinching look at the impact of what is REALLY happening at our southern border and extending deep into our nation – the true Cost of Amnesty. From the film maker’s website:
“I stand against illegal immigration and the current amnesty bill because it hurts American workers and creates opportunity for terrorism to run wild in every town and city across America. Contrary to the remarks made by a few evil people, I am not a racist. I am not anti-Latino; I am not anti-Democrat; I do not have a personal axe to grind with Sen. Rubio, Janet Napolitano or President Obama. Watch my films and you’ll see me embrace all races, religions and genders.”
“Bottom line, I believe America needs to regain control of its borders. We need to focus on getting the 30 million unemployed citizens back to work; America will not survive as a welfare state. I say lets get back to embracing the Constitution, enforcing current immigration laws and preventing terror attacks from taking place on American soil. A cyber-9/11 would bring the country to its knees. ”
Beginning in Michigan on Monday, July 22nd, Lynch will launch a nationwide tour, “The Never Forget Tour, 2013”. The name relates to Lynch’s personal experience on September 11, 2001, when he was at the site of Ground Zero as the twin towers fell during the terrorist attack. On Friday evening, July 26, 2013, West Suburban Patriots in Wheaton, IL will play host to the film maker. Below are the details. West Suburban Patriots invites everyone to come, learn, and ask questions.
The Never Forget Tour is an evening with Dennis Michael Lynch, film maker, producer and director of They Come to America I: the Cost of Illegal Immigration and They Come to America II: The Cost of Amnesty. You’ve seen and heard this passionate patriot on numerous TV and radio programs, both locally and nationally. Among his recent TV appearances are The Mike Huckabee Show, Wilkow!, and the July 4th Hannity special. Now you have the opportunity to hear from Dennis Michael Lynch in person.
When: Friday, July 26, 2013
Doors open at 6 p.m.
Event begins promptly at 7 p.m.
Where: Wheaton Bowl Banquet Room
2031 N. Gary Ave. (southeast corner of Gary Avenue and Geneva Road), Wheaton, IL
Cost: $12 per person. Price INCLUDES both DVD’s: They Come to America I & II!
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(While not guaranteed, seats will be available the evening of the event, cash only paid at the door, $12 per person.)
Cash bar available.
Questions: Contact Carol at 630-830-0653
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