Tuesday, February 13, 2007

 

Marsha on Credit Cards for Illegals


Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn was just on Cavuto, laying the smack down on Bank of America's ridiculous move to peddle credit cards to illegal immigrants.

I am encouraged by Marsha's appearance on this issue, as it gives me hope that this brazen activity is on Congress' radar. However, (and remembering that I am a big fan of Marsha's) I would have been a heck of a lot tougher than Marsha was when being questioned by Cavuto. Marsha's threats were too veiled. Maybe she needs to watch "The Sopranos" or take a course in "The Art of Negotiation" as taught by Jack Bauer. Make 'em scared, Marsha, not curious.

Congress needs to let Bank of America know that if they are going to support criminal activity that there are ways that Congress can make BOA's business practices difficult and eventually unprofitable.

Meanwhile, the rest of us need to jettison our Bank of America accounts. Let them know that by harming America's citizenry by supporting those who criminally enter our country at the expense of our social welfare system, that we take that as a sign that their company is not with us but against us. If Bank of America is against law-abiding American citizens on this front, who is to say what other fronts - such as support of terrorist networks - they have targeted American interests?

Hit 'em where it hurts, folks - right in the ole wallet.

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Comments:
I'm not sure how much of an impact folks from East Tennessee can have since there are only 2 branches in Knoxville and a couple more ATM's scattered around the city.

But, I am wondering where all of these folks without a SSN are getting money to put into their bank accounts or pay for their credit cards. If there wasn't a market, BOA wouldn't target these consumers right?
 
Hey Chief,

We're starting a new illegal immigration blogburst, you can see the first one and find sign up info here...

http://tinyurl.com/2tkn7n

Thanks,
Jake
 
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