to recall Senator Martinez for his support on Immigration Reform
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) June 27, 2007
The site http://www.RecallMel.com was launched June 18th 2007 by central Florida IT Tech Mr. Dewey Wallace to protest what he views as a reversal of Senator Martinez's campaign promises of no Amnesty for Illegal Immigrants. The website has a secure SSL page designed to gather signatures in an attempt to make a legal recall via special election of the Senator.
Even though the stated goal of RecallMel.com to gather enough registered Florida voters to recall the Senator, Mr. Wallace readily admits that it is going to be an uphill battle as over 514,000 signatures are required, and no national recall has ever succeeded. However seeing this as an opportunity to set a new legal precedent, Mr. Wallace states RecallMel.com is moving forward with an optimistic eye on success.
Throughout the site are quotes of the Senators own words & voting records on Immigration, complete with links to the original source material. The site has a clean look and makes clear the reason for its existence, "to recall Senator Martinez for his support on Immigration Reform". RecallMel.com shows a respectful tone for the Senator, is free of foul language or hyperbole yet offers biting information on the subject.
Working on the fact that the Senator has betrayed his campaign promise to the people by not only reversing his position on Amnesty but also actively pushing for its passage in the Senate. RecallMel.com no longer believes that the Senator is working with the best interest of Floridians or America. Therefore RecallMel.com is committed to removing Senator Martinez from both his Senatorial & RNC Chairperson positions.
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release please visit http://www.recallmel.com.
Dewey Wallace, a 50yo Orlando Network Engineer, solely authored the website in June 2007. Mr. Wallace is totally responsible for its creation, design, funding & content.
Dewey Wallace, Webmaster