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DPVA Goes For Illegals, Citizens Can Go To Hell

By Greg L | 4 February 2008 | DPVA, Illegal Aliens | 52 Comments

Virginia, you need to pay attention to this:

Democratic leaders have said they will block that bill and what they consider to be other harsh bills aimed at illegal immigrants. Already, the Democrat-controlled Senate has killed a number of bills that would allow employers to fire workers if they speak a language other than English at work and that would limit illegal immigrants’ access to public colleges.

The only immigration-related bills advanced by a Senate committee “don’t do anything, which is why they got out,” said Senate Majority Leader Richard L. Saslaw (D-Fairfax).

This quote from today’s Washington Post declares that the leaders of the Democratic Party of Virginia have come to the conclusion that instead of listening to the 80% of Virginians who want the Commonwealth to reform it’s current policies that encourage the unlawful presence of illegal aliens, the DPVA is going to support the interests of illegal aliens and those who profit from unlawfully employing them. When you vote for a Democrat in Virginia, you are voting to ensure the continuation of the following practices:

This is what the DPVA’s leadership actually wants for Virginia, because Saslaw and Moran are telling us that the only bills they will allow out of the General Assembly are those that do nothing whatsoever to address these and other problems associated with the unlawful presence of illegal aliens in the Commonwealth, if they can get their way. Illegals can get your tax dollars, your jobs, run into your parked car, steal your identity, and break all sorts of laws, and the DPVA is fine with all that. Of course if you break any of these same laws, you are going to be held strictly accountable because it’s easier to get you to pay a fine, or find you and put you in jail than it would be to get an illegal alien to pay up or report to prison.
I call on Democratic members of the House and Senate who think it is a horrible idea to put the interests of illegal aliens ahead of those of Virginia’s citizens and legal immigrants to leave the Democratic Party. The DPVA leadership can tell your constituents to go to hell, but you don’t need to join them in doing so.

Delegate Paul Nichols should be the first to do so.

UPDATE: The House of Delegates just passed a bill that would implement the federal Section 287(g) Program state-wide on a bi-partisan 88-11 vote.  Saslaw and the DPVA leadership want to kill it.  The DPVA leadership is so incredibly out-of-touch with the Virginia electorate it makes one’s head spin.



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52 Comments

  1. Anon said on 4 Feb 2008 at 12:37 pm:
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    Whats Dick Saslaw’s Phone number? I;ll call today.

  2. Patty said on 4 Feb 2008 at 12:47 pm:
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    Anon,

    Here is the contact information for public enemy #1:

    Senator Richard Saslaw* district35@sov.state.va.us 804-698-7535

    Obviously, this man has low moral principles. He would fail a test on right and wrong. I’m trying to remember what the Bible says about those who pervert justice. This man has sold himself to do evil.

  3. Herndon Bob said on 4 Feb 2008 at 12:48 pm:
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    ANON

    Saslaw’s Capitol phone number is (804) 698-7535

  4. Herndon Bob said on 4 Feb 2008 at 12:51 pm:
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    Mr. Saslaw

    You were elected to represent the citizens of your district. As Senate Majority Leader you also represent the interests of the entire Commonwealth of Virginia. It is very hard to believe you understand that concept.

    Your inaction on SR90 which was introduced by a member of your own party supports illegal hiring by employers. Your belief that illegal aliens who have no right to work in the United States somehow have an inherited right to work in Virginia is not a position I can support. It seems that allowing employers to break the law is acceptable in this state. The whole area of contractors is not covered by Federal Immigration law. Illegal aliens are allowed to get contractors licensees and operate freely in the State.

    When many parents cannot get their children into collage, we allow preferential treatment of illegal aliens who cannot be legally employed after they graduate.

    How many more citizens will be killed by illegal aliens with long rap sheets in driving accidents. Without enforcement, anarchy rules.

    Illegal aliens are devastating communities with overcrowded housing and gang violence. I won’t even discuss the effect that Day Laborers have on neighborhoods. Government has a responsibility to maintain safe communities for our families.

    Virginia is again facing massive budget deficits after passing the largest tax increase in its history. Social Services spending is out of control and yet we continue to support people who have no right to be in the United States to start with. Our taxes should not be spent on supporting illegal aliens. Is this how you represent your constituents?

    Do you really believe that releasing criminal aliens back into the community while awaiting trial is in the best interest of the people who you represent.

    As our representative you can no longer ignore the growing anarchy caused by not enforcing immigration law. I agree that the federal government has abrogated it’s responsibility to enforce its own laws. That does not mean that the Commonwealth of Virginia should do the same. You need to represent the citizens of this state and act before our communities deteriorate to the point that Los Angeles has.

  5. John Light said on 4 Feb 2008 at 12:52 pm:
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    Change of subject, but here is a link for all of those who like to reminence about the 60s:

    http://moreoldfortyfives.com/TakeMeBackToTheSixties.htm

    And yes, the issue of what we are having with illegals is mentioned.

    Saslaw certainly IS living up to his name now, isn’t he!!!!

  6. Patty said on 4 Feb 2008 at 12:54 pm:
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    I’ve got a better name: “OUTLAW”

  7. Patty said on 4 Feb 2008 at 12:56 pm:
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    He shouldn’t be called Senator Saslaw. He should be called Dictator Saslaw (OUTlaw).

  8. Patty said on 4 Feb 2008 at 12:59 pm:
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    I heard a rumor that Dictator Saslaw and Senator Colgan are good friends. I hope that isn’t true. If it is, Senator Colgan needs to find another friend. He better drop Dictator OUTlaw like a hot potato.

  9. One Voice said on 4 Feb 2008 at 1:06 pm:
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    Yes, who you associate with can make or break you; especially in politics! Good point, Patty.

  10. Patty said on 4 Feb 2008 at 1:13 pm:
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    Saslaw, would not even let these bills come before the General Assembly for a vote. He knows that if they do many of them will pass. He is stealing away our right of representation.

  11. Anon said on 4 Feb 2008 at 1:30 pm:
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    Im in his district so he’ll have to at least pretend he’s paying attention to me.

  12. Mr. Anon said on 4 Feb 2008 at 2:05 pm:
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    Patty, of course they are good friends.

    It’s amazing that people don’t want to see what it going on here. This is a big political game, and the democrats are running it. Making phone calls and sending emails is not going to help. We just had an election that would have allowed us put in people to make change. Instead, we empowered a party that, at least nationally, has made no bones about promoting amnesty and open borders.

    These folks aren’t going to do anything differently unless they feel their political lives are in peril. That’s the way politicians are. These guys are safe for a while, so they’ll do what they want. But they will pacify you when it gets closer to election time so that they keep their jobs.

    Time to load up the buses and go to Richmond to march in the streets. Maybe HSM or SOD can put something together.

  13. Advocator said on 4 Feb 2008 at 2:09 pm:
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    Mr. Saslaw is only one example of the unmitigated arrogance and hubris of thousands of elected and appointed officials in all levels of government in all municipalitites and states. The issue of illegal immigration is only one example of these officials’ complete and utter disregard for not only the will of the majority of the people, but their lack of deference to the Rule of Law and constitutional concepts. Another good example is Affirmative Action, a policy that was never voted on by Congress, and has always been opposed by the majority of the citizens, yet, by virtue of an executive order originally promulgated by Richard Nixon, is part and parcel of every government’s and virtually every buisness’ hiring policies. I could give other examples.

    We (taxpaying, working, middle class Americans) are being tyrannized. Colgan promises in the last week of his campaign to do the right thing. Consequently, he gets re-elected. He follows through on his promise with a half-hearted, limp-wristed introduction of a perfectly fine bill that could have been the Genesis of a bi-partisan era of cooperation in the Virginia General Assembly. It just happens to get squelched by a gang of three in an obscure subcommittee.

    I agree with Mr. Anon in the previous post with one exception. The word “political” should be eliminated in one line.

    I truly believe we’ve come to that point in time.

  14. park'd said on 4 Feb 2008 at 2:43 pm:
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    “Time to load up the buses and go to Richmond to march in the streets. Maybe HSM or SOD can put something together.”

    Don’t count on it. I’ve been advocating here for organized protest for years now but everyone seems to think that the voting booth is where we will solve this problem…

    HSM leaders don’t want to be seen as a radical organization willing to protest over this issue due to the political correctness implications involved. The problem with that is that after a while the politicians will start to think that they are in the clear and that there aren’t any ramifications to their corrupt back alley deals with corporations to provide their slave labor force at the expense of the select communities where illegal aliens choose to hang their hats after they have cleaned their Fairfax County homes. There comes a time where an organization loses relevance if it is not willing to go to bat for what it represents.

    I’m still not 100% sure that it’s not WE that are in the minority with this issue because I find it hard to believe that people would vote for the likes of these politicians if illegal immigration was truly their concern. If McCain wins the Virginia primary next week then I will be positive that illegal immigration is not a concern of the majority of voters in this state and that we truly ARE the minority when it comes to this issue.

    Also, don’t think that Colgan didn’t know how this was going to play out. You can be 110% sure that he and Saslaw had this whole plan worked out from the get-go. I told you guys not to trust that old geezer on this issue.

  15. Northerner said on 4 Feb 2008 at 2:53 pm:
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    I just wrote Rep Saslaw a nice letter thanking him for his support of those who lack a voice in politics.

    Thanks for keeping me up on all of the happenings in the area.

    Northerner

  16. Lafayette said on 4 Feb 2008 at 3:07 pm:
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    Mr.Anon and park’d,
    They had buses that went to Richmond on 1/21/08 with various pick up spots. I guess the two of you haven’t joined and/or signed up for HSM or STOD, ot their alerts or visited their websites recently.
    I suggest you join or stop those websites here they are for the future.
    http://www.helpsavemanassas.com/
    http://www.savetheolddominion.org/

  17. Maureen Wood said on 4 Feb 2008 at 3:07 pm:
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    We need to shut Saslaw’s phone, fax and email down.

  18. Anonymous said on 4 Feb 2008 at 3:32 pm:
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    Anon said on 4 Feb 2008 at 1:30 pm:
    Im in his district so he’ll have to at least pretend he’s paying attention to me.

    Why? He’s not paying attention to anyone but his own selfish interests. Apparently he is not worried about any backlash for his lack of leadership.
    Between allowing illegals to attend Virginia colleges (which is taking a space from a legal resident) he also supports Kaine’s pre pre-school (social babysitting) for four year-olds. RECALL!!!!!!!!!!!

  19. Anonymous said on 4 Feb 2008 at 3:34 pm:
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    Mr. Anon said on 4 Feb 2008 at 2:05 pm:
    “Time to load up the buses and go to Richmond to march in the streets. Maybe HSM or SOD can put something together.”

    Action speaks louder than words! LET’S DO IT!

  20. Anonymous said on 4 Feb 2008 at 3:54 pm:
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    northerner,
    thank you for supporting the unborn.

  21. Loudoun said on 4 Feb 2008 at 3:56 pm:
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    HSM/SOD did have buses that went down to Richmond on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

    For those who are interested in going down to Richmond, please contact Maureen Wood, the Legislative Director, via the Help Save Manassas webpage, www.helpsavemanassas.org.

    We are planning on going down next week. We need a presence down there each and every week.

    SANSLAW (”sans” means “without” in French) is the modern-day Benedict Arnold. He is a traitor to his constituents and the legal citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

  22. Krusty said on 4 Feb 2008 at 4:07 pm:
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    Maureen Wood - Pray tell, what good does it do to shut down the lines of communication? Then NOBODY can get through. Is that desirable for some reason?

  23. Krusty said on 4 Feb 2008 at 4:08 pm:
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    Loudoun - What did you do in Richmond on MLK day?

  24. Loudoun said on 4 Feb 2008 at 4:45 pm:
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    Krusty,

    STOD and HSM held a press conference and went knocking on the doors of senators and delegates letting them know what bills we support.

    Maureen and Advocator,

    Please post a synopsis of the trip to Richmond.

  25. Citizen 12 said on 4 Feb 2008 at 5:16 pm:
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    The mainstream media continues to manipulate both the political process and the english langauge. The party debates televised were a joke, when only the soft sell drivel of the favored candidates was allowed while others were all but ignored. Every time I hear it mentioned on television or radio, the word “Illegal” has been omited, and it comes out as ” imigration issue”, not
    ” illegal imigration issue” as it should be stated. They pretend not to hear in hopes the preocupied masses miss the message. So far its seems to be working. What ever it takes, we need to crank it up a couple notches.

  26. Not4Nothing said on 4 Feb 2008 at 5:47 pm:
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    ‘If McCain wins the Virginia primary next week then I will be positive that illegal immigration is not a concern of the majority of voters in this state and that we truly ARE the minority when it comes to this issue.

    Don’t bet. McCain has been running all over the country talking tough on the issue of illegal aliens. He says that he’s seen the light - that people want the border sealed etc. and now he’s for that. The problem is that if he got elected, he’d be back in amnesty mode in a heart-beat. People noting that they take a hard-line position on illegal aliens are saying in polls that McCain will be the toughest candidate on that issue. The problem is that most people don’t follow this issue as closely as we do, not that they agree with the amnesty brigade. They know what he’s saying now, not what he’s done for years.

  27. Loudoun said on 4 Feb 2008 at 6:36 pm:
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    McCain will close the borders - and then give amnesty to all the illegals. McCain CANNOT be trusted.

    Save us from YOU -

    If you don’t like what you read here - please don’t visit this blog. Nobody is twisting your arm to read it.

  28. BattleCat said on 4 Feb 2008 at 7:11 pm:
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    I don’t think I like what “Save us from YOU” is saying about me. What does he know that I don’t know? “Save us from YOU” is out to get us!!

  29. BattleCat said on 4 Feb 2008 at 7:17 pm:
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    The only immigration-related bills advanced by a Senate committee “don’t do anything, which is why they got out,” said Senate Majority Leader Richard L. Saslaw (D-Fairfax).

    This, in fact, should be the campaign slogans for all democrats AND republicans that have been doing absolutely SQUAT this session. Imagine, trumpeting the fact that all they will pass is legislation that “does nothing”. I can see the campaign signs…”Doing nothing for Virginians” Isn’t that what he’s saying? You know the hell of it is…..we (Virginians) will vote these Bozos right back into office.

  30. Krusty said on 4 Feb 2008 at 9:27 pm:
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    Loudoun 6:36 pm - Do you have to LIKE what you read here? What kind of debate can you have if everybody agrees?

    BattleCat 7:11 pm (imagine that! 7-11) - “save us from YOU” is out to get “us”. Joke or paranoia?

  31. BattleCat said on 4 Feb 2008 at 9:30 pm:
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    Oh God, I hope Herndon Bob spelled “college” right when he sent that to Saslaw.

  32. Krusty said on 4 Feb 2008 at 10:01 pm:
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    BattleCat - Maybe Bob in Herndon really meant “collage”? That’s what a college ought to be.

  33. Batson D. Belfrey said on 4 Feb 2008 at 10:25 pm:
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    “Krusty said on 4 Feb 2008 at 10:01 pm:
    BattleCat - Maybe Bob in Herndon really meant “collage”? That’s what a college ought to be.”

    Krusty,

    I didn’t think it possible, but you are actually more annoying than those “Head On” commercials, and almost as annoying as those “Eastern Motors” commercials.

  34. Krusty said on 4 Feb 2008 at 10:44 pm:
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    Oh, oh, old Batty is back. He always has good words for me. FYI, I don’t have ANY idea what the commercials are that you mention, so I don’t know whether I should feel insulted or not. I choose not to, because I’m going to bed, and I want to sleep well. Hope you do too, Batty! You’ll probably come up with something else tomorrow. Right?

  35. Ducky said on 5 Feb 2008 at 4:58 am:
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    Those of you who are down on McCain over amnesty should read this about your boy Romney in a Meet the Press appearance last December:

    On immigration, Romney was utterly Clintonian. He said that when in November 2005 he described the Bush/McCain approach to immigration as “reasonable” and “quite different” from amnesty, he wasn’t endorsing the proposal, but just describing it. He hadn’t formulated his own position on immigration at the time. That’s right up there with Hillary Clinton saying in the debate that she didn’t say she supported driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants, but she just said that a proposal to do so “makes sense.” Even if we were to get into the Christmas spirit and be extraordinarily generous by granting Romney that an elected official saying pending legislation is “reasonable” doesn’t constitute support for the legislation, it still doesn’t get him off the hook. His description of the proposal was that it was “quite different” from amnesty, and yet during this year he has ceaselessly leveled attacks on McCain by accusing him of supporting “amnesty.” So even being generous to Romney, this constitutes a major change in position, not just from some long ago Senate race in 1994, but from late 2005.

    http://www.spectator.org/blogger.asp?bwd=51&byear=2007#9893

    Assuming Romney wins the nomination and then the Presidency, you’re still likely to be disappointed.

  36. Ducky said on 5 Feb 2008 at 5:00 am:
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    And why the heck are there McCain for President ads on this site?

  37. Krusty said on 5 Feb 2008 at 5:26 am:
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    Ducky - MONEY, MONEY MONEY! Doesn’t matter whose money.

  38. BattleCat said on 5 Feb 2008 at 6:08 am:
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    Krusty,

    Joke, of course!

  39. Krusty said on 5 Feb 2008 at 6:28 am:
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    LOL - Not! What else counts, BattleCat?

  40. park'd said on 5 Feb 2008 at 7:14 am:
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    Nothing is more annoying than those stupid eastern motors commercials that pander to low income minorities. Put a couple of thug football player celebs in there to entice them and sell them a POS car at 12% interest. Very sad.

  41. Pat Herve said on 5 Feb 2008 at 8:37 am:
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    I am a modertate independent - both the democrates and republicans have their share of stars and droops.

    But, where were the republicans in 2007 while they had the majority - what did they send up to the Gov’ner that he rejected (Illigal Immigrant wise)?

    What did the Republican PWC BOCS do in 2005, 2006, 2007 (Yes, in 2007, they passed an unfunded resolution)?

    So, do not knock the Dem’s for standing up and saying how they stand, as opposed to the Replublicans who are using the Illegal immigrant as a tool to try and get elected - Do not forget that the Replublcians did NOTHING about the illegal immigrant while they were in the Majority.

    Now, how do WE fix the problem - we do not need laws, we do not need money - WE Need to Stop Using the Companies that Employ Illegal Immigrants - it is really simple to do.

    Every HOA should require their Landscaping Company to provide E-Verify results - YOu should tell your neighbor to not use the landscaper who hires the illiegal (I have been told before that no one on this board uses landscapers) Who painted your house last?

    What WE are missing is common sense - we do not need a law to say do not hire an illegal - we do not need a law to say to wear a seatbelt - we do not need a law - We Do need to stick together, and use common sense - that will do more than any law will do.

    Then, we need to replace the do nothing politicians (both sides of the aisle).

  42. Loudoun said on 5 Feb 2008 at 8:37 am:
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    Bats,

    I concur with your assessment about Krusty’s annoyance factor.

  43. Mr. Anon said on 5 Feb 2008 at 8:45 am:
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    You should consider a name change, though. “Krusty” doesn’t conjure up nice thoughts. Reminds me of kids coming in from playing in the snow with runny noses, pink eye, or a person with questionable hygiene.

    Be your best self!

  44. josh said on 5 Feb 2008 at 8:52 am:
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    park’d,

    I totally agree, I hate those eastern auto commercials. I think the 12 percent rate is a little low, I hear they lend close to 20 percent in some cases. they do seem to target minorities with their stupid commercials.

  45. Krutis said on 5 Feb 2008 at 9:57 am:
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    Mr Anon 8:45 - I did have a different handle (Krutis) but it was rudely changed by those who are annoyed by my comments. I don’t like “Krusty” at all, but I’ll let the boys use it anyway.
    What’s the old saying “Boys will be boys”?

  46. Pat Herve said on 5 Feb 2008 at 10:37 am:
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    and remember (We tend to forget way too fast)..

    McCain - supported Amnesty until a few months ago.

    Romney - not only had illegals working on his own personal property, but was also promoting mass as a sanctuary state for illegals.

    Pres Bush - pro amnesty.

    What did Cannaughton do about the illegals while the issue was brewing in PWC all the while he server as Supervisor. What did Cory do in 2005, 2006??

    The problem did not start November 2007, as the Replublican Election material would make you think.

    Do not be blinded by either party.

  47. Vigilant1 said on 5 Feb 2008 at 11:17 am:
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    Ducky said on 5 Feb 2008 at 4:58 am:
    Those of you who are down on McCain over amnesty should read this about your boy Romney in a Meet the Press appearance last December:

    Change is GOOD!

  48. Robert Hume said on 5 Feb 2008 at 11:18 am:
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    Here is what is very likely behind Saslaw’s hostility to stopping illegal immigration.

    http://www.kevinmacdonald.net/CofCchap7+Ref.pdf

  49. Krutis said on 5 Feb 2008 at 11:31 am:
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    Robert Hume 11:18 am - Would you kindly try to explain your comment.

  50. ManexicoResident said on 5 Feb 2008 at 11:40 am:
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    Robert Hume 11:18 am - I’m curious for an explanation as well…

  51. Montesino said on 5 Feb 2008 at 10:28 pm:
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    I am new on the blog circuit. Love what you have going here! I was in Richmond last week and had a “brief” encounter with Senator Saslaw. I am not from your area but I agree with most of your post on his lack of merit as an elected official. I tried to speak to him about gaining some support on a couple of Senate bills concerning the esclating electric bills in my area. He turned his back on me and walked off. I chased him down and told him as a Virginia taxpayer HE works for me. I asked if his $65,000 campaign donation from Dominion Resources made his decisions for him. He did stop at that remark and turn and tell me”nothing is going to change. This issue has had all the talk it is going to get, nothing will happen this year”. I asked if the message he was sending seniors throughout the state was that he could care less if they had money to buy food or medicine much less pay their electric bills. I plan on writing a letter to his hometown paper in the editorial section so people can see how crass he is.

    We have some real doozies elected in my area and strangely enough they are joined at the hip with your rep! Of course I call them elected “officials” because they certainly can’t call themselves “representatives”. Needless to say the day after my little confrontation with him ALL of the bills died in sub-committee of which he is of course, the Chairman!! Surprise!

    Keep up the posting, love the blog!

  52. Lafayette said on 5 Feb 2008 at 11:17 pm:
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    Charlotte,
    I’ve addressed this with you on open thread. It’s Greg L’s blog he does the blocking not me. I’m just here to learn and make a positive change in my community.
    Here’s my post.
    Lafayette said on 5 Feb 2008 at 10:50 pm:
    Mrs. Ettol said on 5 Feb 2008 at 9:02 pm:
    I believe in freedom of speech. I’m no one’s leader and no one has to answer to me for their actions or comments. I personally don’t post such comments. If you’d read as many of posts as some have you might see my subtle comments of displeasure with certain things/comments.
    Here’s an example from earlier in this thread.
    I would like to say I seriously doubt all of these house owned by Latinos now being foreclosed were all illegals(some were).
    *********************************************
    I have a teenager and don’t need to be anyone’s mom on here. I don’t mean to sound rude. I’ve just said the same things so many and so many ways. I’m exhausted. I mean no disrespect just stating the facts as I see them.
    Good night Charlotte or what ever jumbled up letters you want to post as.

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