.@vbelle5 is at our #OFAcademy with @OFATX_Houston and wants @CongCulberson to know the #CostOfInaction. pic.twitter.com/03snSJiRaYUndocumented immigrant Nova Bajamonti recent coming out present me with an opportunity to continue my efforts to help President Obama deliver on his 2008 and 2012 Comprehensive Immigration Reform campaign promises. When President Obama signs an Immigration Reform bill, innocent undocumented hardworking people living in fear can come out of the shadows. People like Nova can use their God given talents to pursue the American dream and become lawful productive human beings.
— OFA TX (@OFA_TX) April 5, 2014
A comprehensive immigration reform bill will affect me personally because it will make America a more just democracy for all of its citizens. Comprehensive Immigration reform would force candidates to be mindful of the needs of all Americans and not just one race or the rich in order to win an election.
A Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill will built on the foundation for Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream of equality. King's powerful statement "that people be judged by the content of their character and not the color of their skin" will become a reality and not a dream for my grand boys and all of America’s children.
Lastly, Immigration Reform will change America forever for the better because more citizens will have the opportunity to achieve their dreams. President Obama will be the first of many more African-Americans, women, Hispanic-Americans, and other minorities to become president of the United States, senators, congressmen, governors, judges, and mayors, in America.