Subject: Help Save Maryland – Amnesty Bill Running out of Steam in Congress
Rep Luis Guitierrez (D-Ill.), the radical Hispanic Congressman who drafted the controversial Amnesty bill in Congress has admitted "there are an insufficient number of Democratic votes to pass this in the Senate or House". Only 102 have co-sponsored, including Maryland’s Donna Edwards (D-MD 4th Dist).
Stay vigilante however as there are discussions underway for a broad scale Amnesty for certain categories of Illegal Alien Criminals. Don’t forget to join the national organization www.numbersusa.com for the latest immigration updates.
Brad Botwin, Director, Help Save Maryland
MORE "UNFLAPPLABLE LEADERSHIP FROM MOCO IKE LEGGETT"
Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett (D) and the entire Montgomery County Council (D) made some spending cuts to help meet the massive budget shortfall. The article below highlights some of those well thought out cuts, focusing on public potties in Silver Spring parks. Citizens are being forced to do their business in the woods nearby homes, creating a huge health hazard.
Why can’t we transfer the Portable Toilets from CASA’s Derwood Day Laborer Center to help citizens in Silver Spring? Taxpayers are paying thousands each year to maintain the CASA bathrooms. Why can’t the illegal alien workers in Derwood use the nearby Montgomery County public buildings to do their business?
How is it that MOCO has funds for multiple Day Laborer Centers and for CASA’s new clubhouse in Langley Park, but no $$ for basic services for citizens.
Why should families, little league baseball and soccer teams be forced to use bathrooms miles away from their parks? Is Leggett and the entire County Council opening their restrooms to these displaced citizens, including Ike’s plush bathroom /shower? How dare Leggett and the Council ask for "Portable Potty Sponsors to raise funds to maintain potties!"
Contact MoCo County Exec Ike Leggett and the MoCo County Council and tell them to stop the nonsense!
MOCO COUNTY COUNCILMAN GEORGE LEVENTHAL (D), A FORMER CASA OF MARYLAND BOARDMEMBER, IS CAUGHT ON TAPE ATTACKING MARYLAND CITIZENS FOR OPPOSING THE RECENTLY PASSED CARBON TAX.
GEORGE MAKES SOME QUITE HATEFUL AND RACIST COMMENTS REGARDING THOSE CITIZENS THAT OPPOSE HIS CONTROVERSIAL VIEWS. EVEN TAKES A SHOT AT CITIZENS CONCERNED ABOUT ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION. WHAT A MORON!
"First Ever Carbon Tax in Us – Politicians Gone Wild"
Special thanks to AFP Maryland for capturing it on tape.
HSM MEMBER CHALLENGES BALTIMORE CITY COUNCIL SUPPORT OF ANTI-ARIZONA RESOLUTION
The Honorable James Kraft
Baltimore City Hall
100 N. Holliday Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
Re: Arizona Immigration Law
Dear Councilman Kraft:
In today’s Baltimore Sun there is a letter to the editor from John W. Egan slamming the City Council for its involvement with the state of Arizona. Although I do not live in Arizona, I know someone who does and understand that they are having a serious problem with crime, drug dealing, break-ins and human trafficking – all from Mexican citizens who are entering the state illegally.
It is not the job of the Baltimore City Council to waste my tax dollars and Council time becoming party to a criminal issue in another state since it does not affect us here. Furthermore, the issue is one of law and safety in Arizona, not Maryland.
I also note in an article in The Examiner that you were the point person for the City Council’s effort to meddle in Arizona issues and that you even wore a button to the May 24th meeting that read, “I am an immigrant, America.” It is clear you have no understanding of the issue, as the Arizona law does not involve immigrants but people who have entered the country in violation of our statutes. They are not immigrants.
This morning I called your office and shared these thoughts with the gentleman answering your phone. I am truly sorry that my representative on the Baltimore City Council would be so vocal in promoting this, and furthermore that you do not understand the issue. More important things should take up your time.
My family has made an enormous investment in Baltimore, and I deplore the scandals and financial mess we are in. Clearly, when the Council finds it important to get involved with an issue they know nothing about, my tax dollars and everyone’s time has been wasted.
Please read the letter in the Baltimore Sun, mercifully it does not discuss your leadership in this sorry resolution.
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