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Jeanette Rishell Is Proven A Liar

By Greg L | 31 October 2006 | Jeanette Rishell | 8 Comments

During the last candidates debate between Jackson Miller and Jeanette Rishell, Ms. Rishell protested Jackson Miller’s characterization of Unity In The Community as an activist organization. She emphatically stated that what Unity In The Community does is not protest or advocate for or against policy, but “merely observes”. This was repeated by Ms. Rishell at least once.

Well this evening spokespersons for Unity In The Community did a little more than “merely observe”. Kathy Clark, president of Unity In The Community asked whether Manassas intended to build a wall to separate itself from Prince William County, advocated for the adoption of a statement by the Manassas City Council to declare Manassas a “hate free zone”, and wanted to make Manassas a city of “inclusion” for homosexuals and illegal aliens. That didn’t feel a whole lot like “observing” to me.

Dexter Fox, also a member of Unity In The Community told the council that they should not trust the Department of Homeland Security because of the manner in which it is detaining an palestinian terrorist, and told the council it shouldn’t enter into an agreement with Immigration and Customs Enforcement. I think I trust Homeland Security a just a little more than an apologist for terrorists.

This is awfuly consistent with the behavior of these same individuals during the protests at Manassas City Hall last January where they spoke against zoning ordinances which would control overcrowding and coordinated a joint statement among other illegal immigration apologists. Far from observers, these are the wackiest of liberal activists who are eager to lobby government at every opportunity for such critical public policy issues as declarations of “hate free zones”. Yeah, this is “merely observing”.

Why would Jeanette Rishell blatantly lie about what this organization does? Would it be because she has had a leadership position in this organization in the past, and doesn’t want voters to know just how bizarre her policies were when she wan’t running for office?

I think so.

Unity In The Community with Mexicanos Sin Fronteras in January, 2006



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8 Comments

  1. Citizenofmanassas said on 31 Oct 2006 at 8:53 am:
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    Well, I suppose “Unity” in the Community supports cop killers, rapists, and other criminals, since many illegals commit these types of crimes once they are here. But, lets not try to protect the quality of life, and the rule of law.

    The only type of zone we need in Manassas is a no illegal and liberal one.

    And of Jeanette lied, how else can she cover for her actions before she became a candidate?

  2. anonymous said on 31 Oct 2006 at 9:53 am:
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    Don’t forget they also support ID thieves. But I guess it’s not any of their SSNs that are being used, so it’s OK.

  3. Anonymous said on 31 Oct 2006 at 8:39 pm:
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    She didn’t lie. But Jackson Miller has no immigration policy. Illegal immigrants come here for jobs. Get the employers to be serious about not hiring illegals, and you get the problem under control Jackson Miller won’t do that because that might actually involve causing a problem for somebody who could vote for him. When Jackson Miller faces a tough choice he has an easy solution, call his opponent a name.

  4. Greg L said on 31 Oct 2006 at 10:23 pm:
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    Jeanette Rishell stood up at a candidate debate and swore up and down than Unity In The Community is not an activist organization that advocates policy, but simply observes. We’ve seen before that Unity In The Community actively lobbies local government on policy, and last night saw them do it once again. They are not observers, they are actors, and Jeanette Rishell’s description of this organization is deliberately inaccurate to say the least.

    That is, by definition, lying. Nice try.

  5. Citizenofmanassas said on 1 Nov 2006 at 1:24 am:
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    Anon,

    I don’t care why illegals come here, only that they are illegal. Not every single illegal holds a job, or even paid by check. So, how do you find those folks? Jeanette seems to just want to go after everyone but the illegal.

    Just like the Dems are anti Military, they are also pro-illegal immigrant. Which also makes Dems anti-American.

  6. Anonymous said on 1 Nov 2006 at 9:13 am:
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    Quite frankly, the way Republicans leaders in Washington have screwed up the war in Iraq, disregarded the knowledge and advice of qualified serving military officers, some how all managed to avoid service in Vietnam, have short changed Veterans, failed to properly equip our troops, and have our soliders tied down in Iraq because of their silly fantasies about brining democracy to the region, makes them the anti-military party. Just compare George Allen’s heroic military record to Jim Webb’s and you’ll see the point. As for illegal immigrants, Jackson is trying to have it both ways, tap into the nativist sentiment of a segment of the community, but allow the business people who don’t care about the law to keep their cheap labor. When it comes to screwing up immigration law enforcement and being anti-military, the Republicans in Washington have perfected those to an art.

  7. Greg L said on 1 Nov 2006 at 11:08 am:
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    Man, you’re just desperate to change the subject, aren’t you?

    Jeanette Rishell is concerned that her activist past with Unity In The Community will cost her votes, and is lying about what that organization is in order to make them more palatable to the electorate. Now that we’ve seen them in action once again, it’s time to take Jeanette Rishell to task for lying during a candidate’s debate in order to salvage her failing candidacy.

    If we get bald-faced lies from her during a candidate’s debate, what would we expect on the floor of the House of Delegates?

  8. Citizenofmanassas said on 1 Nov 2006 at 11:59 pm:
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    Anon,

    Ya, John Kerry really supports the military. And, all those liberal hippies in the 60’s supported the military. Yup, the Dem’s sure a strong military supporters.

    Jeanatte, is the one that wants it both ways on illegal immigration. The problem with her is the same problem all Dems have, she can’t help but tell lies, and then when she is called on it, she has to tell even more lies. But, I suppose it depends on what lies means.

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