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More incompetent boobs advising Obama on immigration

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By Michelle Malkin  •  April 28, 2011 05:26 PM

President Obama is getting serious about border security and immigration. Rilly. Rilly. Serious. He’s called in the heavyweights to help him forge a policy breakthrough.

The heavyweights include night-time soap opera actress Eva Longoria and other ethnic starlets:

President Barack Obama is enlisting Hispanic celebrities, including actresses Eva Longoria, America Ferrera and Rosario Dawson, today to help push plans to overhaul U.S. immigration laws.

The president listed a revamp of the immigration system as one of the top issues on his agenda in speaking to supporters last night at fundraisers in New York.

Emilio Estefan, the husband of singer Gloria Estefan, and Eddie Sotelo, a Los Angeles radio show host, also were among those invited to this afternoon’s White House meeting.

Oh, well. We’ve already got incompetent boobs in charge of homeland security. What’s a few more, eh?


Photoshop credit: Another Black Conservative

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FYI: I’ve tweeted some border security study material to @evalongoria — and I’m offering free copies of Invasion to all of Obama’s new Hollyweird immigration advisers.

BTW: Guess who still hasn’t received White House invites to discuss border issues?

Yeah. Border governors. Because actual experience coping with immigration chaos has nothing on…that:

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