Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Rauner Major Donor To Illegal Alien Advocacy Group

A plaque in suburban Lincolnwood erected by the extreme pro-immigrant Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) of Chicago celebrates Illinois Gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner and his wife, Diana among its major donors.

That group, regularly works in tandem with the pro-illegal alien lobby, the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (ICIRR).

On its website, the HIAS, itself, supports S.744, the discredited Senate illegal alien amnesty bill, which has even been repudiated by Sen. Marco Rubio and other Republicans from the Senate "Gang of 8", who helped craft it.

The plaque which celebrates Rauner's financial largess, prominently quotes leftist Federal Judge, Richard Posner, a frequent critic of conservatives, a former clerk to ultra-liberal Supreme Ct. Justice, William Brennan and major supporter of abortionist practices.

On the plaque, Posner, who once referred to conservatives as "goofy," is quoted with a general endorsement of all immigrants and immigration to the US -- essentially open borders.

The plaque was erected in 2012 as part of a gushy pro-immigration monument which graces the entrance to Lincolnwood, Illinois' Centennial park at the corner of Pratt Avenue and McCormick Blvd in that northern suburb of Chicago.

Rauner, an ostensible Republican, who's pumped millions into his own campaign, has apparently begun to worry about the absence of fervor amongst Illinois conservatives for his candidacy.

Well, hey, Brucie -- if you expect to weasel around on issue after issue, trying to be all things to all voters -- it's generally best to not have your left-wing sympathies etched in stone.

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