Help Stop the Amnesty Push for Illegal Aliens – Make your calls and emails


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Help Save Maryland Newsletter

REPRESENTATIVE LUIS GUITIERREZ (DEMOCRAT – 4TH ILLINOIS) SUBMITTED HIS ANTI-CITZEN AMNESTY BILL TODAY. NO SURPRISE. WE KNEW THIS WAS COMING. PLEASE TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS (IF YOU HAVE NOT DONE SO ALREADY):

JOIN NUMBERSUSA WWW.NUMBERSUSA.COM

JOIN FAIR WWW.FAIRUS.ORG

SUBSCRIBE TO WASHINGTON TIMES – 1-800-277-8500

JOIN AND SUPPORT THE TAXPAYER REVOLUTION IN CALIFORNIA WWW.TAXPAYERREVOLUTION.ORG
THIS WILL HELP PUT “CALIFORNIA TAXPAYER PROTECTION” ON THE BALLOT. IF SUCCESSFUL IT WILL END ALL SERVICES FOR ILLEGALS IN CALIFORNIA AS WELL AS ANCHOR BABIES! IF WE WIN IN CA, WE WIN NATIONWIDE.

CONTACT YOUR MD REPRESENTATIVE AND TELL THEM TO VOTE NO REGARDING THE GUTIERREZ AMNESTY BILL!. TO FIND YOUR REP GO TO:
http://www.helpsavemaryland.com/index.php/MD-senate-house

USE THE STRAW MAN POINTS ON THE HELP SAVE MARYLAND WEBSITE FOR BACKGROUND IN FIGHTING OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS.

WRITE A LETTER TO THE EDITOR, CALL IN ON A RADIO SHOW, JOIN A HELP SAVE MARYLAND/PEOPLE FOR CHANGE EVENT, PLAN ON ATTENDING THE NEXT TEA PARTY RALLY……..OFF THE COUCH/COMPUTER AND OUT ON THE STREETS WITH YOUR FELLOW CITIZENS. WE WILL ACCEPT NOTHING BUT TOTAL DEFEAT OF THE AMNESTY BILL!

BRAD BOTWIN, DIRECTOR, HELP SAVE MARYLAND

House Democrats Massive Amnesty Bill
Certain to Encounter Fierce Public Opposition, Predicts FAIR
December 15, 2009
(Washington, D.C) The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) described the introduction of the Comprehensive Immigration Reform for America’s Security and Prosperity Act of 2009 (CIR ASAP) as wholesale sell-out of the interests of the American people. The bill being introduced today by Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) and over 90 Democrats is certain to meet fierce public opposition.
CIR ASAP would grant amnesty to virtually every illegal alien in the United States and vastly increase future flows of low-skilled, low-wage immigrants. The legislation focuses exclusively on satisfying the demands of illegal aliens, ethnic interest groups and cheap labor employers, while offering nothing that serves the interests of law-abiding Americans.
“At a time when some 25 million Americans are either unemployed or relegated to part-time work, the last thing the Democratic majority ought to be focused on is a massive amnesty and immigration expansion bill,” said Dan Stein, president of FAIR. “Legalizing millions of low-skill, low-wage workers who would depend heavily on government services is simply bad immigration policy at any point in time. When the federal government is running a $1.4 trillion deficit, and numerous state and local governments are facing fiscal crises, it represents the epitome of irresponsibility.”
In addition to granting amnesty to millions of immigration lawbreakers for the bargain basement price of $500, CIR ASAP would:
• Weaken immigration enforcement at the borders and in the interior of the country.
• Vastly expand the ability of illegal aliens to fight their removal from the U.S. (in many cases with U.S. taxpayers footing the bill).
• Preempt state laws that assist in immigration enforcement.
• Dramatically increase both employment-based and family-based immigration.
• Eliminate federal/local enforcement cooperation agreements.
“CIR ASAP offers nothing to law-abiding Americans, except more competition for scare jobs, higher taxes, and more government deficits,” Stein said. “While American families are feeling the pain of this deep and protracted recession, Rep. Gutierrez, with the backing of the Democratic leadership and the White House, seems to be focused on political payoffs for a narrow group of amnesty obsessed constituencies.
“If congressional leaders were surprised by the intensity of public opposition to amnesty legislation in 2007, when unemployment hovered around 4.6 percent, they had better brace themselves for an even stronger reaction in 2010. CIR ASAP amounts to a fire sale on American citizenship and American jobs and the public will make its voice heard loudly again in 2010,” predicted Stein.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009
LETTER TO EDITOR: No more dollars for dinosaurs
The misguided letter by Glenn Hutchinson (“Unreliable sources,” Letters, Thursday) condemning the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), which is listed as a “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), is standard malarkey for organizations at the end of their useful lives.
The SPLC, which was a proud and accomplished organization during the civil rights movement, has fallen on hard times. No longer able to generate donations under the banner of civil rights, the SPLC has taken up the cause of illegal Hispanic immigrants. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), another group living on the fumes of past success, also has hitched its wagon to this cause.
FAIR is not alone, as Help Save Maryland (HSM) – a multiethnic, nonpartisan grass-roots citizens organization that is opposed to spending tax dollars on programs and services for illegal immigrants – also has felt the wrath of the SPLC. HSM has been unjustly called an “extremist, nativist group” for reasons that are fuzzy at best. According to SPLC management, the fact that HSM organized a peaceful rally on the sidewalk in front of a taxpayer-funded worker center for illegal immigrants qualifies it for this poisonous name tag. Who cares about my rights to free speech and free assembly when they become a fundraising bonanza for the SPLC and NAACP?
Even organizations that formally defended my Jewish heritage and rights are joining the fundraising bandwagon and participating in the name-calling of citizen groups. The Anti-Defamation League and American Jewish Committee, successful in bringing Jewish Americans and legal Jewish immigrants into the mainstream of American culture and society, are promoting amnesty and equal rights for illegal immigrants. It’s time for citizens to stop funding these dinosaur organizations.
BRAD BOTWIN
Director, Help Save Maryland, Rockville
MoCo police union is on the right track

Kudos to the Montgomery County Fraternal Order of Police for contemplating a lawsuit against the county for protecting and coddling illegal immigrants. This is, finally, a step in the right direction, as crimes committed by illegal immigrants have been a huge problem for some time.

The county’s liberal polices on illegal immigration, backed by County Executive Ike Leggett, are not only ridiculous and unconstitutional, but also dangerous to residents and police officers. They require officers to first get approval from their supervisors before assisting ICE agents. This just encourages more illegal immigrants to migrate here.

Let the police do their job, which is to protect citizens, and stop trying to appease illegal aliens who do not belong here in the first place.

Al Eisner
Silver Spring
DC Examiner 12/14/09

Montgomery backs immigration policy over police concerns
By: Alan Suderman
Examiner Staff Writer
December 15, 2009
The Montgomery County attorney is backing a policy that police report illegal immigrants to the federal government only if they are arrested for violent or handgun-related crimes, dismissing complaints from the police union that the policy is unconstitutional and hinders their work.
The Fraternal Order of Police union’s attorney had sent a letter to Leon Rodriquez charging that county policy, which also requires officers to first get approval from the department before assisting federal immigration authorities, is dangerous to police officers and the community.
Union attorney Paul Stein said federal law prohibited the county from “restricting communication” from its officers to federal authorities “regarding immigration status of any individual.”
Rodriguez’s subordinate, Associate County Attorney William Snoddy, responded with a terse letter writing off the FOP’s concerns.
“After reviewing your letter, the relevant statutes, and case law, I do not share your conclusions,” Snoddy said, without elaborating.
Union past President Walt Bader said the county’s response was “lacking in legal basis” and said the union would consider its next step over several weeks. Stein previously told The Examiner that the union wanted to avoid a legal showdown, but if there were issues that couldn’t be resolved, then “a court might have to resolve it.”
After a string of high-profile violent crimes committed by illegal immigrants, the county in February instructed officers to contact immigration officials after arresting someone for a violent or handgun-related crime.
In September, the police department sent a memo telling officers not to turn over illegal immigrants to federal immigration agents based on gang affiliation.
That memo came after an illegal immigrant named Milton Leonel Guerra Leon, who said he is a former gang member, said police beat him and turned him over to federal authorities to be deported in retaliation for filing a police complaint.
The immigration-rights group Identity, which has advocated Leon’s case, condemned the FOP’s opposition to the county’s policy.
Executive Director Candace Kattar said the union is creating an “increasingly divisive, harmful and potentially dangerous situation” by threatening a lawsuit, and asked the County Council whether they “intend to send any public message” to the union and Hispanic community.
The FOP responded with a letter to Kattar, saying it has never threatened a lawsuit and defending its right to communicate its “legitimate concerns” to government officials.
asuderman@washingtonexaminer.com

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