CASA DE MARYLAND STATES – WE ARE NOT IN THE BUSINESS OF ENFORCING IMMIGRATION LAWS.
Please go to the link below and join in support of Arizona citizens against illegal immigration and criminal illegal aliens. Fight back against illegal alien support groups like the ACLU, NAACP (an organization without a mission), La Raza, CASA de Maryland and other radical anti-American Hispanic hate groups. Stand up to Maryland politicians who support CASA de Maryland and illegal immigration.
EVENT # 1 — HELP SAVE MARYLAND TOWN HALL MEETING
Understanding the Impact of Illegal Immigration on the
States of Maryland and Arizona
Unemployment, Wasted Tax Dollars, Crime, Amnesty, CASA de Maryland
WHAT EVERY MARYLAND CITIZEN NEEDS TO KNOW!
THURSDAY, MAY 20, 2010
7:00PM – 9:00PM
THOMAS S. WOOTTON HIGH SCHOOL
2100 WOOTTON PARKWAY
ROCKVILLE, MD 20850
Brad Botwin, Moderator
Director, Help Save Maryland – www.helpsavemaryland.com
Roy Beck, President, Numbers USA – www.numbersusa.com
Impact of Illegal Immigration on our Population, the School System, and Environment
Update on Arizona law and how citizens can fight the open borders, illegal alien supporters
Leah Durant, Executive Director Progressives for Immigration Reform – www.pfirdc.org
Illegal Immigration – Impact on Labor and Economics
Help Save Maryland
Update on Annapolis, CASA de Maryland activities promoting civil unrest, MD County cost breakdowns regarding illegal immigration
Additional Speakers to be announced
Citizens, Press and Media welcome
For more information contact: Brad Botwin, bb67chev or 240-447-1884
EVENT # 2 — MARYLAND CITIZENS’ RALLY AGAINST ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION!
JOIN MEMBERS OF HELP SAVE MARYLAND, PEOPLE FOR CHANGE IN PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, CECIL COUNTY PATRIOTS AND OTHER CONCERNED CITIZEN GROUPS!
DATE: SATURDAY, MAY 22, 10:30-12:30 PM
CASA DE MARYLAND’S LAWLESS DAY LABORER CENTER,
734 UNIVERSITY BLVD E (NEAR PINEY BRANCH RD), SILVER SPRING 20903.
MEET HSM & PFC Members from Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Cecil, Harford,
Howard, Montgomery, Prince George’s, Talbot and Washington Counties.
HELP US SHUT DOWN CASA’S ILLEGAL WORKER CENTER BY NOT ALLOWING LAWBREAKING BUSINESSES TO HIRE ILLEGAL ALIENS ON MAY 22.
THE HEROIC CITIZENS OF ARIZONA AND THEIR ENLIGHTENED POLITICAL LEADERS ARE NOT ALONE!
LET’S STAND TOGETHER, UNITED AGAINST OUR CORRUPT POLITICIANS IN WASHINGTON, ANNAPOLIS, MONTGOMERY & PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTIES.
BRING AMERICAN, ARIZONA AND MARYLAND FLAGS, SIGNS, POSTERS, FRIENDS AND FAMILY.
CASA DE MARYLAND HAS BEEN DRAINING OUR BUDGETS AND ATTRACTING CRIMINAL ILLEGAL ALIENS, DAY LABORERS AND MS-13 GANG MEMBERS INTO OUR COMMUNITIES FOR TOO LONG. TIME TO END THE MURDERS, CRIME AND LAWLESSNESS.
TIME TO END THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CASA AND OUR TAX DOLLARS. TIME TO END THE CAREERS OF FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL POLITICIANS WHO SUPPORT CASA DE MARYLAND & ILLEGAL ALIENS!
PARKING IS AVAILABLE AROUND THE CORNER FROM CASA AT NEW HAMPSHIRE ESTATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, 8720 CARROLL AVENUE (INTERSECTS UNIVERSITY & PINEY BRANCH), SILVER SPRING 20903.
MEET IN THE PARKING LOT BEFORE 10:30AM AND MARCH ON CASA TOGETHER!
PLEASE ATTEND ALL OR SOME OF THE RALLY, WHENEVER YOU ARRIVE
Montgomery County Police will be on the scene.
THIS EVENT IS A WARMUP FOR THE JUNE RALLY AGAINST CASA’S NEW MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR, TAXPAYER FUNDING ILLEGAL ALIEN CLUBHOUSE IN LANGLEY PARK!
Brad Botwin, Director, Help Save Maryland 240-447-1884, bb67chev
THE FOLKS WHO ATTACK THE LAW IN ARIZONA ARE THE SAME FOLKS WHO THINK CASA DE MARYLAND IS A GREAT CIVIC GROUP! NO MORE TAX DOLLARS FOR CASA!
CASA de Maryland on good terms with county
Published on: Thursday, May 13, 2010 Montgomery Sentinel
By Alix Farr
Despite CASA de Maryland’s controversial support of illegal immigrants, the group maintains a positive working relationship with many areas of Montgomery County government, receiving more than a million dollars in grants and bid contracts each year, according to a county spokesman.
“We are the provider of last resort services,” said Mary Anderson, the spokeswoman for the county’s Health and Human Services, with whom CASA has won bid contracts in areas such as health outreach and promotion, English language teaching, job training, education, and youth programming.
“We have residents in Montgomery County who don’t have access to health care, adequate nutrition, and housing, and with no other safety net,” Anderson said. “Our job is to protect vulnerable people to make sure that they are not homeless, and that’s irrespective [sic] of what their status is.”
CASA itself is known for working tirelessly to protect illegal immigrants and bring about immigration reform since its formation in 1985 as a support group for Central American immigrants.
In addition to campaigning for immigration reform, CASA also sponsors programs to build strong communities, according to its 2009 annual report. These efforts are centered on immigrant-heavy neighborhoods and focus on areas such as crime prevention.
According to CASA’s website, they are able to operate through funding from local governments, private foundations, individuals, congregations, and civic associations. In its fiscal year 2009, which ended on June 30, 2009, CASA earned about $9.5 million in support and revenue, a third of which came from government contracts, not only with Montgomery County but also with other government groups throughout Maryland, according to the annual report. With this support, CASA reaches over 20,000 low-income Latinos and immigrants every year.
“Most of the undocumented immigrants are hard workers and come to this country looking for better opportunities for their families, working in jobs that Americans don’t chose to work such as agriculture and construction,” said CASA spokeswoman Tania del Angel.
A 2009 immigration reform report co-authored and supported by CASA claims that “between 12 and 20 million undocumented people live in the United States performing critical jobs in our economy” and that deporting these people would “capsize employers across the country.”
The same report also calls for a legalization program, through which undocumented residents of the United States can apply for legal immigration status, and better enforcement of immigration laws in the future.
“The President should take action to fix our broken immigration system,” del Angel said. “A solution is a Comprehensive Immigration Reform law that would provide a path to legalization for those hard workers and their families that live here without a criminal record and control the future flows.”
CASA applauds the efforts of Montgomery County officials, del Angel said. “Montgomery County has shown more support to immigrants than many other counties around the metro areas of Washington, D.C.”
County Executive Isiah “Ike” Leggett (D) has publicly stated that he believes there is a need for immigration reform and is often seen in attendance at events sponsored by CASA, according to Karla Silvestre, a community liaison for the county.
“We are not in the business of enforcing immigration reform,” said Silvestre. “We are in the business of serving county residents–everyone who lives here is entitled and CASA is providing services to residents.”
In addition to the bid contracts won with Health and Human Services, CASA has also received community grants and non-competitive contracts, some funded by state and federal money distributed by the county, but the majority by Montgomery County taxes, according to county spokesman Patrick Lacefield.
For fiscal year 2011, which has not yet been approved, the county is recommending that over $1.3 million go to CASA, $1.1 of which is tax supported, according to information compiled by the Office of Management and Budget. This budget includes funding for services such as job placement, English as a Second Language classes, legal services, a health care interpreter, and social services, all provided by CASA.
“We need the county to work closer with the community in terms of social services, security, and job opportunity for the immigrants and minorities,” del Angel said. “The county and the rest of the community should give immigrants and minorities an opportunity to show their contributions to the state.”