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Moran, Kaine and Warner: Disturbing Ties To Radical Islam

By Greg L | 30 September 2007 | Virginia Politics | 71 Comments

The Esam Omeish story, one of Governor Kaine appointing a radical Islamist to a Virginia commission, isn’t an isolated instance of a jihadist managing to slip through the shoddy vetting process of some Kaine Administration functionary. Rather, this is an example of the influence that Muslim activists have managed to obtain within the leadership of the Democratic Party of Virginia. When confronted with these disturbing associations, they quickly backtrack and feign ignorance, yet these disturbing associations continue to develop, and the relationship between leading Democrats and Islamic radicals grows ever closer.

Here’s House Democratic Caucus Leader Brian Moran and Imam Johari Abdul-Malik in 2005. Abdul-Malik is an imam at the Dar Al Hijrah Islamic Center which is notable for several reasons. Foremost, it is the Mosque in which the 9-11 hijackers received help in obtaining fraudulent driver’s licenses and housing before they murdered over three thousand of our fellow countrymen. Imam Anwar Aulaqi, who Abdul-Malik hired, was the imam who provided the 9-11 hijackers closed-door preparations for their martyrdom operation in this Mosque. It’s now referred to as the 9-11 Mosque. (reference)

The Mosque has a decidedly disturbing history beyond just the 9-11 hijackers, however. Sheikh Mohammed al-Hanooti, a prayer leader at this Mosque, was involved in the first World Trade Center bombing. Another member, Abdullah bin Laden, is Osama Bin-Laden’s nephew. Member Mousa Abu Marzook is a leader of Hamas and now a federal fugitive. His partners and fellow Mosque members Ismail Elbarasse and Abdelhaleem Ashqar were convicted of obstruction of justice in a terrorism probe. Former CAIR official and Mosque member Randall “Ismail” Royer was convicted for leading the Virginia Jihad Network. Mosque member Ahmed Omar Abu Ali was an al-Qaida operative who has been convicted of plotting to assassinate President Bush. And then there’s the familiar Abdurahman Alamoudi, also a member, who is serving a federal prison sentence for supporting terrorism.

Dar Al Hijrah was investigated by Mapping Shari’a in America Project which discovered that this Mosque was indoctrinating it’s members in “Jihad Qital”, a Wahhabbist doctrine that demands Muslims engage in violence against infidels, and will be rewarded in the afterlife for murdering anyone who does not embrace Islam. Insight Magazine reported on this effort, and revealed deeply disturbing activity going on in this Mosque that Democrats have been so keen to reach out to:

“Many members of the mosque provided me literature to study. Most of the literature they gave me was from Saudi Arabia,” he said. “Their literature preaches that America and the West are decadent and evil, and that Muslims have a moral duty to engage in violence against the infidels.”

Gaubatz says that Dar Al-Hijrah and other radical Islamic centers in the U.S. are funded by Saudi Arabia, which is the primary sponsor of the Wahhabist brand of Islam.

“The ultimate goal for those at Dar Al-Hijrah is to instill Sharia law in the U.S. and have America adhere to the Islamic faith,” he said. “They want America to be an Islamic state.”

Gaubatz said that the imams at the center encouraged him to read the works of their “friends”—some of whom have been convicted for terrorism-related activities. According to Gaubatz, one of those “friends” he was encouraged to read is Ali Al-Tamimi, a radical Islamist author, who was convicted of inciting terrorism in connection with the Virginia Jihad Network.

The recently revealed radical Islamist Dr. Esam Omeish — who is even acknowledged as a very disturbing individual by Razing Kaine — is on the Board of Directors of this very Mosque. At the event where this picture was taken, Delegates Bob Hull (D-38), Brian Moran (D-46) and Adam Ebbin (D-49) all spoke at that event. It’s quite a strange place to do voter outreach, given this disturbing and voluminous evidence of supporting terrorism, advocating “Jihad Qital”, and working to impose Sharia law on the United States. Were they, could they, be so ignorant as to not see all of this? Or in their quest to gain and retain political power, was tacit support of all this just the necessary compromise required in order to tap into campaign contributions and the dedicated support of a block of potential voters who might well have rather different designs on our Commonwealth than Democrats might be willing to acknowledge?

Johari Abdul-Malik is a supporter of Ali al-Tamimi, who was convicted in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia for soliciting others to levy war against the United States and for recruiting for the Pakistani terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Toiba. He’s also made statements in support of Hamas, convicted terrorist Sami Al-Arian, and convicted cop-killer and black militant Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin (aka H. Rap Brown). His statements about Israel are equally as disturbing as those made by Esam Omeish, statements that when came to light resulted in Omeish being forced to resign from the Virginia Commission on Immigration within hours of them coming to light. Since there’s been no large public outcry about Brian Moran’s relationship with a known supporter of convicted terrorists, there hasn’t yet been a call to have Brian Moran end his association with this radical Islamist. There certainly should be.

Brian Moran’s brother, Congressman Jim Moran has his own disturbing relationship with radical Islamists, having been pretty close to now convicted terrorist Abdahman Alamoudi and even been the headliner at Alamoudi’s American Muslim Council’s events. Here’s an excerpt from a transcript from the AMC’s 2001 gala:

Now, the reason I just said that is because Abdurahman (Alamoudi) wanted me to express some views on my own. When I said no, no, no I’m not going to do that because I’m supposed to be here representing Mark Warner and if I do that I’m going to get Mark in trouble and, and, uh, I don’t want to do that because he needs to be the next Governor. So now I’m just going cut off that stream of thought and I’m going to make a political pitch, which is the reason I’m supposed to be here. But seeing people with so much, uh, political ‘potential’ thank you (laughter). [woman in audience has suggested the word “potential”]. Perfect. No, thank you, that’s just the word I was looking for and it’s even alliterative. Political potential. Nice going. I’m going to talk to her afterwards, I’m not going to interrupt the conversation, but that’s perfect, that’s what its all about, political potential.

And what is it that Jim Moran could say about Mark Warner in front of the American Muslim Council that would get him into trouble, and didn’t want to divulge? Is that the same stuff that Hillary Clinton managed to get her hands on that made Mark Warner drop his potential bid for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States?

No, I don’t think that Esam Omeish was an aberration. They might not have known that there was YouTube video out there with him saying terrifically stupid things about Israel and jihad, but knew full well about his activities in support of the Islamist agenda. When Governor Kaine, Brian Moran, Adam Ebbin and Jim Moran are all neck-deep in the Islamic agenda, such things aren’t strange coincidences. They’re indicators that something far more insidious may well be at work here.

My special thanks is extended to Delegate Todd Gilbert who provided invaluable research materials for this article.

UPDATE: Mahdi Bray is trying to downplay this in the press, again, and provide cover to Governor Kaine. How are we supposed to take at face value comments like these by someone who consistently defends terrorists?  Doesn’t the mainstream media ever bother to look at the history of those who are providing comments in their articles?  Apparently not.

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  1. DD said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:28 am:
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    Good Grief. Great job. This research needs to go to the “Mark Warner for US Senate” office before the waste too much effort.

  2. DD said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:29 am:
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    corr: “they waste” not “the waste”

  3. freedom said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:57 am:
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    Greg, it’s the “what we DON’T know” part that worries me so much about the current 51st District race.

  4. Anonymous said on 30 Sep 2007 at 9:15 am:
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    Freedom…this is about Moran…don’t try to do a u-turn to protect your liberal buddies…M-O-R-A-N….

  5. The Patriot said on 30 Sep 2007 at 9:55 am:
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    That is funny….”they don’t know” the threat islam truly is. Amazing how we all seem to know but they don’t! I call BS!

  6. NoVA Scout said on 30 Sep 2007 at 10:26 am:
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    Many politicians (of both major parties) in the area are courting Muslim votes, as the population continues to grow and to include significant numbers of Muslim voters, along with the whole panoply of other religious (Sikhs, Hindi, Buddhist, Episcopalian) communities that reflect the ethnic diversification of Northern Virginia. The question confronting the candidates is how do they know that a given gathering is “radical” Islam or just Islam. What are the earmarks that they should be looking for? Opposition to Israel policy (military and with regard to occupied territories) is not a good guideline, since most mainstream Islamic (and many Christian) groups have reservations about Israeli policy with regard to the Palestinians. Consorting with folks convicted of federal terrorism violations (or their close associates) IS a genuine problem, but in many of the recent cases, the contacts have occurred before the allegation and conviction and the wisdom of the contact only becomes questionable in hindsight. I’ve always felt that the Republican Party needs to do much more in inter-acting with the Muslim Community in Northern Virginia, but it’s tricky business if one cannot be certain that a given mosque or Imam is not one of firebrand propensities with regard to violent jihad. Most are not, so the percentages are in favor of rational inclusion.

  7. The Patriot said on 30 Sep 2007 at 10:37 am:
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    NovaScout said “how do they know that a given gathering is “radical” Islam or just Islam.”

    There is NO difference! islam is islam and they use the same book…the koran…which says that they can “lie” and “kill” non-believers of islam. The lying can be done to further perpetuate islam until it gets a solid foothold.

  8. Anonymous said on 30 Sep 2007 at 11:07 am:
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    And now the rest of the story……ever wonder why Jim Moran keeps putting his foot in his mouth with his anti-Israel statements?

  9. Loudoun Insider said on 30 Sep 2007 at 11:40 am:
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    I find it somewhat sad that Greg has been somewhat muzzled by Tom Kopko and threatened with expulsion from the PWCRC if he continues to attack Faisal Gill, because this insidious influence of radical Islamists is absolutely NOT limited to the Democratic Party. Just look at what Grover Norquist has done at the federal level and what Kopko and Gill are attempting to do in PWC. These people are putting political influence and power above real national security interests. In Loudoun County we have a similar nexus with ultra conservative Dick Black and his son in law Mick Staton who took thousands in campaign contributions from Safa Group affiliated corporations. The influence of anyone remotely associated with radical Wahhabism needs to be removed from American politics of any and all political parties.

  10. scooby doo said on 30 Sep 2007 at 11:41 am:
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    Some interesting stuff… but come on, the Mark Warner stuff is paper-thin. When Jim Moran says he doesn’t want to get Mark Warner “into trouble,” it’s because he says he’s representing Warner, and doesn’t want his numbskull remarks to be attributed to Warner. And I’ll bet you a beer that all this “Hillary oppo” stuff turns out to be utter nonsense — you can pay me back when Warner is sworn in, in January 2009. ;-)

  11. Anonymous said on 30 Sep 2007 at 11:45 am:
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    IS a genuine problem, but in many of the recent cases, the contacts have occurred before the allegation and conviction and the wisdom of the contact only becomes questionable in hindsight.

    This is simply making excuses. What is clear, is that there are clear and definable links between these politicians and identified and named terrorist and/or terrorist enablers.

    It is inexcusable for any elected official in America to have any contact - either official or unofficial - with these groups.

    The onus is upon the politician to do their due diligence for the benefit of his/her constituents. Law abiding, legal constituents.

    It is clearly disturbing that many of these politicians who are making these contacts have - due to their election, certainly not the result of a background examination - security clearances.

    The fact that extremist, terrorist organizations have inroads to our politicians is simply unacceptable.

    It is no wonder that there is such reticence on the part of the USG to clearly identify islam as part and parcel of a serious threat against America.

    Our airports are clearly targeted, yet islamic organizations with recorded and defined ties to terrorism are given behind the scenes looks at our security - by the organization tasked with protecting us.

    Which member of congress gave that order?

    The FBI is given sensitivity training by an organization with terrorist ties.

    The former head of US forces fighting an islamic enemy is a muslim. Who now says that an atomic armed Iran is not such a bad thing.

    We are so deeply compromised in our government through cowardly surrenders to “civil” rights lawyers that it is no wonder we are having a difficult time making headway in Iraq.

    It is no wonder we have not found Bin Laden. The Pakistani intelligence with whom we work, the ISI, is completely infested by Al Qaeda.

    Our leaders are behaving like corrupt little children against a thoroughly adult enemy.

  12. The Patriot said on 30 Sep 2007 at 11:59 am:
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    The opposition loves that our country is riddled with “sensitivity” training and “political correctness”. They use it against us. It is the perfect cover for their true agendas! All they have to do is say: you are being racist, you are a xenophobe, you are being intolerant, etc. blah blah blah! Enough is enough!

  13. Anonymous said on 30 Sep 2007 at 12:17 pm:
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    Detroit: Anti-Jewish, anti-Christian fliers found on cars

    The flier said: “Kill Jews and Christians if they don’t believe in Allah and Mohammad.” Those nutty Methodists, at it again.

    “Anti-Jewish, anti-Christian fliers found on cars,” by Gordon Wilczynski for the Macomb Daily (thanks to MG):

    Police said anti-Jewish and anti-Christian fliers were found on cars parked in a lot on the northwest corner of 15 Mile and Ryan roads.

    Sterling Heights police Detective Sgt. Paul Jesperson said three separate complaints were filed by residents Tuesday who found the fliers on their windshields.

    He said the flier said: “Kill Jews and Christians if they don’t believe in Allah and Mohammad.”

    It further advises people to “Fight those who do not believe.”

    Those wacky fun loving religion of peacers. They were just kidding - lighten up, its ramadan! They will only blow up stuff after sundown.

  14. freedom said on 30 Sep 2007 at 12:47 pm:
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    Anonymous 9:15 am — Please don’t confuse me with what you call “trying to protect liberal buddies.” No one is further from having “liberal buddies” tnan me.

    Apparently you’re not aware, but the Virginia HOD 51st District is faced with a choice between a Democrat (Paul Nichols) and a “Republican” (quotes because he CLAIMS to be a Republican — how convenient) nominee Faisal Gill who carries more baggage than a European traveller. (Google Faisal Gill and you’ll see what I mean.)

    However, those conservative Republicans who do NOT support Faisal Gill because of his past and current Islamic associates, his violation of Navy and DoD Directives, and his repeated disregard for traffic laws, are called racists, bigots and “Islamophobes.”

    How strange the political attempt to secure a block of voters in a representative democracy has become…truly sad!! (Listen up, Jimmy)

  15. UnMasMexican said on 30 Sep 2007 at 1:40 pm:
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    Patriot: good to see your bigotry extends to all minorities. Have fun having wet dreams of your lilly white Christian America b/c it will never exist in real life!

  16. Anonymous said on 30 Sep 2007 at 2:55 pm:
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    We haven’t played cowboys and mexicans yet, pendejo.

    Vas y chingas a tu madre!

  17. UnMasMexican said on 30 Sep 2007 at 3:02 pm:
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    Anonymous: mi madre? no doubt you say this out of anger that many of your white women….your daughters and wife perhaps?…..prefer men with a little ethnic flavor….our “latino heat,” as the late great Eddie Guerrero used to say…..luckily we have jobs where we are free to meet housewives, haha!

    end the racism.

  18. Anonymous said on 30 Sep 2007 at 4:31 pm:
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    Si, tu madre. I am sure you don’t know your father.

  19. Jonathan Mark said on 30 Sep 2007 at 4:37 pm:
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    UnMas, I do not wish to be rude to the memory of a dead man. However, Eddie Guerrero wasn’t much of a rassler. He was too small, and he betrayed his Latino heritage by turning on the other Latino rasslers when he was in Ted Turner’s rassling association.

    I appreciate the fact that Eddie was drug and alcohol free the last several years of his life, but come on, an intelligent woman wouldn’t have wanted to have been with that drug-addled freak.

    The Villano rassling family from Mexico City were much better rasslers, especially Villano #4. Of course, since they all wore masks it was hard to tell which Villano was in the ring.

    Give it up. Eddie Guerrero was a fan favorite and a chump who rassled for the moronic fans instead of for true greatness inside the ring.

  20. UnMasMexican said on 30 Sep 2007 at 5:18 pm:
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    Sadly drugs have plagued American and Mexican wrestlers alike. Ironically the Mexicans who have suffered most from these have done so after coming to the states.

  21. OBIT said on 30 Sep 2007 at 5:24 pm:
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    and where did the drugs come from?

  22. AWCheney said on 30 Sep 2007 at 5:27 pm:
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    That’s may be because the bulk of the drugs are SENT through Mexico to the States over that porous/non-existent border you like so much UnMasMexican!

  23. UnMasMexican said on 30 Sep 2007 at 5:30 pm:
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    And why do people grow drugs? Because people north of the border use them….

  24. OBIT said on 30 Sep 2007 at 5:32 pm:
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    probably because they became addicted.

  25. Jonathan Mark said on 30 Sep 2007 at 5:34 pm:
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    UnMas, among the worst drug abusers in rassling were the Von Erichs from Texas. I wasn’t implying that Eddie Guerrero had a problem because he was of any particular ethnic background. But I don’t think he was a great exemplar of Mex or Tex-Mex rassling. I just don’t see him that way.

    Now Mil Masceras, there was an hombre. He upheld the Latin tradition of honorable masked rassling throughout his life. It goes back to the time of Zorro, when a local champion would stand up to the noblemen who were living in their haciendas on the backs of the poor. Often the local hero, a simple man of honor, could not afford to have his identity revealed. Hence the mask.

    The Mexican community needs more Zorros today, but south of the border so they don’t have to immigrate here illegally.

  26. UnMasMexican said on 30 Sep 2007 at 5:39 pm:
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    Jonathan: agreed on mascaras. You cannot blame those who come here. Mexico IS a third world nation precisely b/c of the economic system of the country perpetuated by American businesses. American capitalism needs countries like Mexico to exploit for its labor and resources and discourage substantial homegrown industry. No Zorro can change that. Those left in Mexico are more Don Quixotes.

  27. The Patriot said on 30 Sep 2007 at 5:56 pm:
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    unmas….again…you show your ignorance of islam! Do you know anything about it or its history? Obviously not! If you think that they are a “minority” you are mistaken!

  28. UnMasMexican said on 30 Sep 2007 at 5:56 pm:
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    They are a minority religious group….your problem is…?

  29. The Patriot said on 30 Sep 2007 at 6:02 pm:
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    Unmas….why don’t you do some more research on the subject. Clearly you do not know anything about islam!

  30. UnMasMexican said on 30 Sep 2007 at 6:05 pm:
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    I am sorry, Patriot, I did not realize that you an Imam and have scripture from the Koran hanging on your walls….

  31. The Patriot said on 30 Sep 2007 at 6:09 pm:
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    Oh…I do plenty of research. Particularly on groups that double speak!

  32. UnMasMexican said on 30 Sep 2007 at 6:36 pm:
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    Immigrants, Muslims…who don’t you dislike, Patriot?

  33. AWCheney said on 30 Sep 2007 at 6:58 pm:
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    I’ve never seen Patriot say ANYTHING against immigrants UMM…only against ILLEGAL aliens.

  34. UnMasMexican said on 30 Sep 2007 at 7:23 pm:
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    This whole board complains about Hispanic immigrants as a whole, don’t kid yourself.

  35. Anonymous said on 30 Sep 2007 at 7:24 pm:
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    UnMasMexican on 30 Sep 2007 at 5:39 pm:

    I guess you will have to settle for Don Quixote but you are probably more in line with Pancho although you might fancy yourself as Don Juan.

  36. redawn said on 30 Sep 2007 at 7:37 pm:
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    I have left you rebuttals back on other threads (that we have been discussing this eve). I want to respond to YOUR last statement on THIS thread.
    I have said that I am TRYING and ASKING to see/understand YOUR intentions and this AGAIN is NOT true.

    Do your research and go back through this blog . Greg has it set up for EASY research. It WILL take TIME but do it, it is worth it. Also, have you heard of that saying ” believe not what you hear and half of what you see? With that being said…do ALL the research.

  37. UnMasMexican said on 30 Sep 2007 at 7:44 pm:
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    On the internet like you all have?

  38. redawn said on 30 Sep 2007 at 7:47 pm:
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    and you mean? I have been trying to play nice.

  39. UnMasMexican said on 30 Sep 2007 at 7:55 pm:
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    There is no reliable source for statistics thrown about here-not by you, personally, redawn….

  40. One Voice said on 30 Sep 2007 at 7:59 pm:
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    I do know for a fact, that the adoption service where my sister adopted two children told her she had a better chance to get a drug-free baby from Columbia than the US. That says something.

  41. Anonymous said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:02 pm:
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    This whole board complains about Hispanic immigrants as a whole, don’t kid yourself.

    Nice try hater - but the board complains about illegal immigrants.


    If that shoe fits a whole lot of Mexicans and Central Americans - too bad. They are the ones breaking the law.

    We are just, well, noticing.

  42. One Voice said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:09 pm:
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    Can’t disagree, but we are not all haters or blinded by intolerance. I would think that legal Hispanic immigrants would be furious at the illegal immigrants? Is that true?

  43. One Voice said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:12 pm:
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    Corr** Can’t disagree THAT YOU WOULD FEEL THAT WAY. Important part of my sentence!! Apologies.

  44. AWCheney said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:14 pm:
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    You’re asking the wrong person One Voice…UnMasMexican has admitted (on another thread) that he’s illegal, so he certainly wouldn’t confirm something like that.

  45. Big Joe said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:19 pm:
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    UnMasMexican, I know what you mean about those white housewives. I’m a US citizen, but my parents came here from Mexico, and I definitely ‘look Latino’. I can’t get any play from the chicas, but when I’m on the job (plumber) and show up at a white person’s home and it’s just the wife home, I swear that one out of every three times at least, you know you’re getting lucky.

    [Ed note: comment edited.]

  46. AWCheney said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:32 pm:
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    That’s just gross!

  47. manassascityresident said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:33 pm:
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    Big Joe and UnMasMexican -

    I find you both disgusting - gutter talkers - out of line - IDIOTS!
    You do your cause absolutely no good talking like a bunch of low life jerks!
    I’m a white housewife and I wouldn’t let you in my house if my life depended on it!

  48. redawn said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:38 pm:
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    AWCheney and manassascityresident,
    I know a good plumber if you need one ( my precious husband), get in touch with me through Greg. :)

  49. AWCheney said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:43 pm:
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    It’s also notable that “Big Joe” refers to his attempted conquests as “chicas” (girls) rather than “mujeres” (women). Hit on any 12 year olds lately Joe? It’s no wonder he can’t get any play…their mothers probably brought them here thinking that their daughters would be away from that mentality.

  50. manassascityresident said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:47 pm:
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    Not to worry - they’ll both be heading south soon!

  51. One Voice said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:50 pm:
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    Thanks, I missed that.

  52. redawn said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:56 pm:
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    ” AWCheney said on 30 Sep 2007 at 8:43 pm:

    It’s also notable that “Big Joe” refers to his attempted conquests as “chicas” (girls) rather than “mujeres” (women). Hit on any 12 year olds lately Joe? It’s no wonder he can’t get any play…their mothers probably brought them here thinking that their daughters would be away from that mentality.”

    OR another reason why we have to worry about our daughters being home alone as we work!

  53. Big Joe said on 30 Sep 2007 at 9:00 pm:
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    [Ed note: comment edited.]

  54. manassascityresident said on 30 Sep 2007 at 9:02 pm:
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    Let’s look ‘em up and ship ‘em out.
    We need to talk Greg into starting a paper. Then he could print all of the “lovely” things these ILLEGALS say …. Their true colors are showing, wouldn’t you say?

  55. manassascityresident said on 30 Sep 2007 at 9:05 pm:
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    Big Joe -
    Your name is a BIG wish you have - probably “little” joe would be more appropriate. Anyone who has to talk like you do is probably “lacking” in more than one area….
    Keep dreaming little guy!

  56. redawn said on 30 Sep 2007 at 9:07 pm:
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    Big Joe,
    either way, it is NO way to treat a lady. So either you have angry bear moms after your @## or husbands

    You are not representing Rico Swave (sp), he has more honey than you and most guys that talk slack like you are trying to make up for what the do not have.

  57. redawn said on 30 Sep 2007 at 9:09 pm:
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    manassascityresident ,

    and that would be MANNERS, of course :)

  58. Bryanna said on 30 Sep 2007 at 9:18 pm:
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    Faisal Gill agreed to work for and represent an organization whose mission is to infiltrate our government, and force Islamic law on all residents in the United States of America. His action’s violate the XIV Amendment, and yet PWC Republican leaders held a firm position in support of Gill. How is this responsible conservative leadership?

    A citizen convicted of violating the XIV Amendment during war time should be convicted of treason. By voting for GILL and STEWART, you’re knowingly allowing a treasonous act to go unpunished. Corey Stewart has been featured on every piece of Gill campaign literature offering him his endorsement. Stewart has received a total of more than $20, OOO in campaign donations from Gill, some of his contributors and convention delegates.

    Take action on November 6th; exercise your right to vote, make sure that only honorable and deserving men and women are elected to public office.

  59. redawn said on 30 Sep 2007 at 9:19 pm:
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    Well, My husband the plumber just read this and he said, he would just TIE you off and !@#$ rolls down hill. He is a plumber too.

  60. manassascityresident said on 30 Sep 2007 at 9:23 pm:
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    AWC - AMEN to that! Oh Greg, how about looking up that IP address and putting Big Joe in his place…..down SOUTH!!!! Bye-bye Amigo!

  61. manassascityresident said on 30 Sep 2007 at 9:26 pm:
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    AWC -
    PS - Little Joe left his email address for me to give him a “jingle” for a good time - I’m sure Greg got that too….

  62. redawn said on 30 Sep 2007 at 9:29 pm:
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    I had a problem like this where I lived ( with my now ex-husband , who was an electrician) and our neighbors had hired this a guy to do work on their house. I asked him over to take a look at our floor and he claimed he could take care of it…long story short, he took care of it liquid nail and all while making advances etc….got reported to the police and come to find out this sob was wanted for rape, etc……

  63. redawn said on 30 Sep 2007 at 9:30 pm:
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    correction: not this guy but a guy like this…..

  64. Big Joe said on 30 Sep 2007 at 9:37 pm:
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    Aw, I guess Greg doesn’t want me to post here. He spanked my posts and my IP. So I’ll go to bed, and leave you all to your fantasy world where your women are completely faithful.

    [Ed note: good guess. Start talking about sexual conquests of married women on this site, and you’re darned right your comments are going to get heavily edited, or removed altogether. You’re despicable.]

  65. redawn said on 30 Sep 2007 at 9:55 pm:
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    Big Joe,
    Your POST needed to be spanked, you dirty, dirty LITTLE boi.

  66. Tilan said on 30 Sep 2007 at 10:54 pm:
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    My gosh - Why do you keep up the inane exchange with someone like Big Joe? Don’t you realize he is baiting you. IGNORE - TOTALLY

  67. manassascityresident said on 1 Oct 2007 at 6:33 am:
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    Tilan -
    You are absolutely correct. IF he ever comes back, he will be totally ignored.

  68. John Light said on 2 Oct 2007 at 3:44 pm:
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    UnMasMexican said on 30 Sep 2007 at 5:56 pm:
    They are a minority religious group….your problem is…?

    Let’s start with the fact that Muslims are the ONLY people in history to hijack airplanes and, oh yeah, 9-11.

  69. Leila said on 2 Oct 2007 at 5:48 pm:
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    John Light, I didn’t realize you enjoyed such extreme youth. It is fascinating that you think Muslims have been the only people in history to hijack airplanes when they were not even the group that made the term “hijack” a household word and prompted changes in law and airport procedures.

  70. AWCheney said on 2 Oct 2007 at 6:13 pm:
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    That’s actually a good point Leila. I remember in the 60’s and 70’s when anyone flying to Florida had to wonder if they would be landing there…or in Cuba.

  71. Bridget said on 2 Oct 2007 at 7:25 pm:
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    Mary Nagle, a young lady, wife and mother of two small children was executed for refuting the unwanted advances of that famed “Latin heat”.




    Say a prayer for Mary, along with one for her family.

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