Didn't the Jackson Browne "No Nukes" debacle in the '80's prove the absolute folly of trusting musicians on politics?
Below, some screenshots I took while I waited to see how long it would take host John King to ask Estefan if he told Obama what he thought about immigration policy when he and Gloria hosted him recently here in Miami.
Excerpts below from http://www.epolitix.com/latestnews/article-detail/newsarticle/parties-defend-immigration-policies/ express what is common sense to most Americans but forever Breaking News to the MSM:
Shadow immigration minister Damian Green said immigration had been "out of control" under Labour, and a Conservative government would bring net immigration down from hundreds of thousands a year to "tens of thousands"
. ...Green said where operated in other countries amnesties simply led to greater levels of illegal immigration.
That's why those poll numbers are the way they are.
Gloria Estefan - Reach (1996 Atlanta Olympics Closing Ceremony)
When Gloria Estefan sang "Reach" fourteen years ago,
she gave me and all my friends gathered in my living room
in Arlington County chills.
There's just no denying her great talent.