Monday, November 18, 2013

Zuckerberg's Launched Spanish And English TV Videos In Favor For 2013 Immigration Reform

Zuckerberg backup group FWD dot us has launched a TV video "We Wait" advertising campaign in Spanish and English to push for a U.S. House floor vote on an immigration reform bill.

By H. Nelson Goodson
November 18, 2013

U.S.A. - On Monday, Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook and one of the leading members of FWD dot us announced that several TV videos have been launched as an attempt to push an immigration reform bill into the U.S. House of Representatives floor for a vote before the year expires. Only nines day are left before the House ends its 113th legislative session for 2013.
One video was released in Spanish and the other in English.
Recently, U.S. House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) has made it clear that there will be no conference with the U.S. Senate on immigration reform for the remaining of the House session. Boehner's decision not to deal with immigration reform for the remaining of the House session makes FWD dot us ads meaningless, but a costly campaign that is destine to go down the drain as the clock ticks away to the last minute that would automatically expire the U.S. Senate's version of immigration reform that was past in June.
Most likely, the immigration reform issue will be a dead issue for the next six years, which would actually increase the deportation of undocumented immigrants by at least 5M to 6M in less than a decade.

FWD dot us video in Spanish at link:

FWD dot us video in English at link:

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