National Protest at State Capitol

Saturday, February 16, 2013

North Carolina State Capitol

One East Edenton Street, Raleigh, NC (map)

Immigration Reformers and Concerned Citizens,

The below message is from Bill Gheen of Americans for Legal Immigration, and he asked me to forward it to our associates, since President Obama has overstepped the Constitution with an unlawful DACA temporary amnesty for younger adult illegal immigrants among other overreaching executive orders and is now pushing for a general amnesty for all illegal immigrants.

The message from Bill is as follows:

Please join us for a historic, healthy, peaceful, and racially inclusive expression of concerns and grievances through national protests against President Obama!

Join us on Saturday, February 16, from 11am to 1pm in your time zone at your state Capitols (exact address below), picketing on public sidewalks, to show your dissatisfaction with Obama!

Rules: No foul language or racially exclusive signs or symbols, no litter, obey any lawful orders from police, no weapons of any kind, and no metal sign or flag poles. If anyone tries to disrupt your protest by displaying racist flags or signs, simply separate yourselves from the Obama supporters that attempt such a thing. If any private security or police officers are confused about your rights to picket in motion on public sidewalks, contact us immediately and explain to the officers we will seek a court injunction against any efforts to curtail our rights to freely assemble and to petition our grievances to our government!

More than half of America’s legal citizens disapprove of Obama. Many are disappointed with Obama’s unconstitutional amnesty for illegal aliens, attacks on 1st and 2nd amendment rights, Benghazigate, Obamacare, and constant efforts to deeply divide Americans instead of uniting us in tough economic times. Obama is placing the desires of illegal immigrants and their employers ahead of the well being of American workers, students, taxpayers, and voters!

Sure, Obama won the recent election, but it does not give him the right to break our laws and trample our Constitution and Bill of Rights!

It is time for a peaceful velvet revolution in America and time for us to take to the streets and sidewalks in a peaceful, law abiding, and racially inclusive effort.


North Carolina State Capitol
1 East Edenton Street
Raleigh, NC 27601

I plan to participate in protest as well.

Ron Woodard

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