Louis Carl Dobbs (born September 24, 1945) is an American television commentator, proponent of legal immigration radio show host, and the anchor of Lou Dobbs Tonight on Fox Business Network. I caught up with Gomez, who cared for Dobbs’s horses for a year in 2008 and 2009, at a different Florida stable, where he now works. Dobbs’s attorney, Robert Zeller, clarified by e-mail that Dobbs would only answer questions if posed on his live radio show.
For undocumented workers who have been in the United States for more than a year without status, being apprehended by immigration authorities poses a risk of being deported and barred from re-entry for ten years. For Reprints and Permissions, click here. Seated on the concrete barn floor, his back against the wooden siding of a horse stall, he explained that the work requires him to "be available twenty-four hours a day." "He was waiting for the train—nothing more," his brother Jorge explained. "I Looked After Dobbs’s Horses While I Was Illegal". The stable owner knew "that some people didn’t have papers," Gomez said, and had even taken precautions to keep the workers away from the immigration agents who often patrol the areas around horse shows. Have you been misunderstood by the Latino community? At these shows, it is not unusual for the grooms who care for Dobbs’s horses to rise in the middle of the night or in the predawn hours to clean, brush and prepare the horses for a training session or early morning competition. Host and commentator Lou Dobbs joined FOX Business Network (FBN) in November of … Isabel MacdonaldIsabel Macdonald is a freelance journalist and former communications director of the media watch group Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting. Historical Amnesia About Slavery Is a Tool of White Supremacy. I have always said that I want a rational, effective, humane immigration policy. And I think I’ll enjoy this approach just as much as I did the former. Sedlak said only, "I don’t feel comfortable talking about it," and quickly got off the phone. I don’t leap at things. "My situation with immigration is bad," he said, "because I [still] don’t have papers." Bon Jovi or Bruce Springsteen? In the case of Lou Dobbs, who made his name and his fortune lambasting "illegals" and their employers, the irony is breathtaking. Because I’ve had time to reflect on the combativeness that I’ve brought to public debate and now I want to work on constructiveness and a constructive approach to some of these public policy issues. Several hours later, when he finished his ten-hour workday, Salinas recounted how he had come to the United States five years ago for a job. He and President Obama and the rest of the Democratic party are going to be held responsible come November—of this year, not 2012. Who knows? Miguel was making only $8 an hour. Seated on a plastic chair in the dim stable, wearing baggy blue jeans and a T-shirt, he told me he desperately wants legal status. Gomez said it was hard to believe that Dobbs’s daughter, who was in close contact with these undocumented workers almost every weekend, could have been unaware of their status. Research support for this article was provided by the Investigative Fund at The Nation Institute. So far, his focus on jobs hasn’t created many. It offers his daughter a place to stay during her competitions at the Wellington Winter Equestrian Festival, one of the most important events in the horse show world. There are a few reasons this might happen: To request an unblock, please fill out the form below and we will review it as soon as possible.
Jorge said that he’d come to America to earn better wages—"to live better." That was [the result of] the effort of far left-wing groups identifying me that way in the Latino community.