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Gerry Connolly Can’t Handle The Truth

By Greg L | 26 July 2008 | Gerry Connolly, Fairfax County, Illegal Aliens | 43 Comments

Not only doesn’t Gerry Connolly have any desire to address the issue of illegal aliens in Fairfax County, he won’t even permit government officials to tell him that a problem exists.  This week Fairfax Superintendent Jack Dale gave a presentation to the Board of County Supervisors on the outlook for Fairfax County Schools next year and pointed out that about a thousand new students will attend Fairfax County Schools who were formerly enrolled in Prince William County.  Connolly was pretty upset that a local official would explain why Fairfax County taxpayers are going to be on the hook for about eight to twelve million dollars more in education spending, preferring one would surmise that the local costs of Fairfax County’s sanctuary policies should be hidden from the taxpayers.

Fairfax County Public Schools has seen an unexpected increase in student enrollment of approximately 2,500, in part because about 1,000 students from Prince William County moved to Fairfax schools.

“You can see a definite exodus,” said Fairfax’s Superintendent Jack Dale, who added that the students have been tracked using their transcripts.

At least one member of Dale’s staff, the school’s acting chief operating officer Susan Quinn, implied that the students had moved from Prince William County because of that locality’s effort to crackdown on illegal immigration. Critics of Prince William’s efforts have accused the county of scaring away legal immigrants, as well as illegal immigrants, with its new policies.

“We are seeing a significant increase in enrollment, due to decisions made by neighboring jurisdictions,” said Quinn, who was quickly interrupted by Fairfax County Boad of Supervisors chairman Gerry Connolly (D).

“I hope you didn’t say what I think you just did,” said Connolly in the middle of Quinn’s presentation.

Connolly absolutely refuses to allow anyone to explain why, after five straight years of decreasing enrollments, Fairfax County would see a jump in enrollments precisely when Prince William County started a crackdown against illegal immigration.  The media frequently reports on self-described illegal aliens leaving Prince William County and moving to Fairfax County, the school system has connected the rather obvious dots, and it is only those politicians fearful of the truth that can’t tolerate anyone explaining a pretty obvious reality for fear of violating liberal orthodoxy.  Gerry Connolly is the standard-bearer of these frightened, guilt-ridden liberal elites.

But the fact that Prince William cracked down on illegal immigrants, and that Fairfax did not, most likely had consequences, said Supervisor Pat Herrity (R-Springfield).

“Members of this board are putting their heads in the sand about why [Prince William residents] came here. … Maybe a few came because of gas prices, a few,” said Herrity.

That kind of attitude — one of hiding from the truth — would hardly serve Gerry Connolly well were he to win against Keith Fiminan in the 11th Congressional District.  Setting policy hampered by a refusal to acknowledge the truth is ridiculously stupid, and guaranteed to result in failure. Can anyone imagine setting national security or economic policies this way?  When philosophy trumps facts in policy development and decision making, you end up with wonderful concepts like “dictatorship of the proletariat” and “The New Soviet Man”.  It simply doesn’t work.

Part of the increase in Fairfax County school enrollments is certainly due to illegal aliens leaving Prince William County, as the evidence to support this conclusion is pretty overwhelming.  The other component here is the increase not attributed to transfers from Prince William County — new students from other areas.  Not only is Prince William County discouraging illegal aliens from continuing to unlawfully live in Prince William, but it is also discouraging new illegal aliens from coming in the first place.  Fairfax is a likely and attractive alternative location, and easier to find housing in than Arlington.  Because it is differentially much more attractive for illegal aliens than Prince William County, a significant proportion of the 1,500 students who didn’t come from Prince William County may well be illegal aliens also.  Such is the result of leaving out the welcome mat, as Connolly has done.

Also of note here is that according to Jack Dale, 80% of Prince William County’s student outflux has landed in Fairfax County.  If that figure for Fairfax County is a thousand students, why would the Washington Post be reporting that Prince William County’s reduction in ESOL enrollments amounts to 629 students?  Based on the figures from Fairfax County Schools, that number likely exceeds 1,200 students since Fairfax can’t enroll more students from Prince William County than have left Prince William.  The DC Examiner reported that the number of ESOL students leaving Prince William is about 1,200, which matches what Fairfax County’s figures would suggest.  Is the Post using bad statistics, or getting bad statistics from PWCPS officials who want to inflate enrollment statistics in order to qualify for higher funding?

Meanwhile Fairfax County taxpayers are going to start paying a lot more as a consequence of their policies that encourage illegal aliens to unlawfully reside there.  They can thank Gerry Connolly for that.

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  1. Rick Bentley said on 27 Jul 2008 at 12:23 am:
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    The people of Fairfax are hopefully paying attention to your blog.

    Thank God I don’t live there. Gerry Connolley representing me (supposedly) would be too much for me to bear.

  2. Rick Bentley said on 27 Jul 2008 at 12:26 am:
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    “The chairman also added that it does not make sense for immigrants who have limited resources to move from a more affordable locality like Prince William to a more expensive place like Fairfax.

    He added that some Prince William residents might have just chosen to move to Fairfax because of the rising gas prices. ”

    Heh. Thank God I don’t live anywhere that this guy is allowed near public office.

  3. anon said on 27 Jul 2008 at 12:44 am:
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    “…a more expensive place like Fairfax”?

    It doesn’t cost any more to squeeze another illegal mom and her kid(s) into a bedroom in Centreville or Herndon than it did in PW. Also, ever been to that s***hole Culmore between Seven Corners and Baileys Xroads? That’s Fairfax County, Gerry, you arrogant, elitist idiot.

  4. Bridget said on 27 Jul 2008 at 8:05 am:
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    anon -

    Not only is Culmore a s***hole, it is also a death trap. The staging ground for the planned ambush of a Fairfax County police officer. MS 13 gang members traveled all the way from California to kill a cop. Back in July 2002, the Washington Times reported that while no officers were killed - there were two confirmed cases of MS 13 attempting to lure officers behind Culmore buildings.

    Culmore was also used in 2000 by the then Virginia State Director of LULAC to wet his political appetite and showcase his skills as a “Community Organizer”.

    Read Resolution1: Public Parks, and take note of who it was submitted by:

    J. Walter Tejada. Now Walter (My first name is not Jose) Tejada, Arlington County Board Member.


    And here is Confounded Brandon, reporting from Culmore; holding pen for potential Obama voters:


  5. BattleCat said on 27 Jul 2008 at 8:18 am:
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    Gerry Connolley doesn’t seem to grasp the subtleties of illegal immigrant housing, but I bet his constituents do soon :)

  6. Bridget said on 27 Jul 2008 at 8:23 am:
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    I forgot to add the Culmore 7-eleven 9/11 Connection:


  7. Junes_Reston said on 27 Jul 2008 at 10:29 am:
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    Fairfax County BOS has padded the General Fund to protect tax funded programs that benefit illegal aliens and their anchor babies directly or indirectly. Line item budget allocations usually require a fairly detailed description - the General Fund does not.

    The School Board budget can’t be rolled into the General Fund. Each line item must be noted and defined.

    Also, it should be noted that not all of the new students are coming from PWC. Loudoun has been making noise about cracking down and it has made the illegals nervous.


    For those of us live pay taxes in Fairfax County, lets hope the lure of recently approved “room rentals in Arlington” is greater for illegal aliens than the education system in Fairfax.

  8. monticup said on 27 Jul 2008 at 10:30 am:
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    The area around Bailey’s Crossroads and Seven Corners is a Mexican slum.

  9. Bridget said on 27 Jul 2008 at 10:43 am:
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    Fairfax County Crime Up:


  10. freedom said on 27 Jul 2008 at 11:29 am:
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    Well this really takes the cake….it goes like this: “If he’s not willing to support the county in terms of citizens vs illegal aliens, let’s ‘kick his butt out’ and send him to the US House of Represtatives.”

    What a slime bag!! Can you believe such idiocy?? I can’t but amazingly enough, that’s about the way things work these days. :(

  11. Loudoun Insider said on 27 Jul 2008 at 11:57 am:
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    Gerry Connolly continues to prove why he is unfit for any elected office.

  12. Good N. Plenty said on 27 Jul 2008 at 12:07 pm:
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    Oooops! Poor Ms. Quinn. Guess she was sent to in-house ‘detox’ to get her mind straightened out on telling it like it apparently isn’t!

    And aren’t gas prices higher in Fairfax County?? Why would this be incentive for anyone to move there? Maybe gas vouchers available for ’some’??

    I’d say it’s more like running from truth than hiding from truth. Lest we all forget, these are the ‘graduates’ from the School of Relativism out there setting local and national, even global policies for all of us to live by. Truth can mean anything one wants it to mean, in their point of view As the dali lama of the new modern word has recently said “words are simply words”. Goodnight Daniel Webster. May you rest in peace as the new definitioners emerge through the slime swamp of vile vomit.

  13. Herndon Bob said on 27 Jul 2008 at 1:27 pm:
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    After Connolly spent the last seven years pandering to illegal aliens while ignoring citizens complaints he believes This is a “very sensitive if not explosive”. He better believe it is for the voters of Fairfax County. He had seven years to solve this growing problem. He has stuck his head in the sand, refusing to admit there was a problem while funding illegal aliens every chance he could. He funded the Herndon Official Day Labor Site with our taxes through Reston Interfaith and actually had plans to fund several more around the county before the Herndon Backlash brought down the former Mayor. Why anyone vote for Connolly as a member of congress is beyond me. He puts the rights of illegal aliens over the rights of the citizens of Fairfax. He refuses to address important issues facing the citizens of the county. I can’t speak for anyone else but me, but I can tell you I wouldn’t vote for Connolly if he was the only person on the ballot.

  14. Not4Nothing said on 27 Jul 2008 at 1:30 pm:
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    “It doesn’t cost any more to squeeze another illegal mom and her kid(s) into a bedroom in Centreville or Herndon than it did in PW. ”

    The origin of over-crowded housing in Northern VA caused by illegal aliens has largely been the concept that, if the cost of housing - rented or “owned” - goes up, you counter it by adding another “renter” or two, not by checking out cheaper housing. Fairfax County is about to confront reality with a vengeance if it hasn’t already.

  15. The Patriot said on 27 Jul 2008 at 2:05 pm:
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    “Critics of Prince William’s efforts have accused the county of scaring away legal immigrants, as well as illegal immigrants, with its new policies.”

    I am assuming that the “legal” immigrants that are “scared” are the ones who are “aiding and abetting”. Case closed.

  16. Arlington Minority said on 27 Jul 2008 at 2:40 pm:
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    We should not be too quick to wish Mr Connolly is able to reach a Congressional seat where he could do far more damage than just to Fairfax County. It is far preferable that he is tossed out of office on his own clear record of screwing County taxpayers.

  17. The Patriot said on 27 Jul 2008 at 2:45 pm:
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    THIS STORY MADE ME VERY VERY VERY ANGRY! You liberals and other supporters of illegal aliens….what do you have to say in response to this article?!?!? I almost fell out of my chair when I read the descriptive account.

  18. Arlington Minority said on 27 Jul 2008 at 3:07 pm:
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    Patriot, we all know that the open borders crowd, including the public officials who declare sancturary policies, have blood on their hands.

  19. The Patriot said on 27 Jul 2008 at 3:18 pm:
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    “Illegal Runs Up $1.5M Hospital Bill Then Sues!”
    No wonder our health insurance premiums are so high! This has to STOP NOW!

  20. Anonymous said on 27 Jul 2008 at 5:01 pm:
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    The Patriot said on 27 Jul 2008 at 2:05 pm:
    “Critics of Prince William’s efforts have accused the county of scaring away legal immigrants, as well as illegal immigrants, with its new policies.”

    I am assuming that the “legal” immigrants that are “scared” are the ones who are “aiding and abetting”. Case closed.

    You are correct! Hey, cousin Pedro, Juan, Manuel, Jaime et al. Leave Mexico/El Salvador and come to Northern Virginia. Lots of work and I will increase the size of my single family house, add a massive parking lot on the front lawn and put you all up (for a price.)

  21. Sandy said on 27 Jul 2008 at 5:15 pm:
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    # Rick Bentley said on 27 Jul 2008 at 12:23 am:

    The people of Fairfax are hopefully paying attention to your blog.

    Thank God I don’t live there. Gerry Connolley representing me (supposedly) would be too much for me to bear.

    Rick, I live in Fairfax and read this blog every day without
    fail. I have also passed info onto others in Fairfax who are
    fed up with the situation too. Yep, we are paying attention.
    Thanks to Greg for providing such a great forum.

  22. IllegalisILLEGAL said on 27 Jul 2008 at 7:57 pm:
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    Sandy are you all ready for a Help Save group?

  23. LegalPWC Citizen said on 27 Jul 2008 at 9:38 pm:
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    Being a big baseball fan and partial season ticket holder for the Washington Nationals, I was again upset that they decided to hold a “Hispanic Heritage Night” at the ballpark. Last year I called and emailed the Nationals expressing my dissatisfaction to no avail. This year I boycotted the event. I read the following in the Wash Post Opinion section. Beware Fairfax County that you too will end up listening to your BOCS speak in Spanish and sing the National Anthem using notes.

    “A Poor Tribute to Hispanic Heritage
    Saturday, July 26, 2008; Page A14 Washington Post Opinion Section
    I attended a Washington Nationals game this month when the Astros were in town. I am new to the District, and it was my second game at the new stadium. The theme of the night was a celebration of Hispanic heritage. The woman chosen to sing the national anthem was of Cuban descent, and she was announced as a mainstay of the local music scene.

    However, on a day that celebrated the progress made by Hispanics in America, this woman could not sing without the help of notes. Maybe the average person on the street would need notes to get through the song, and that would include the native-born and immigrants alike. However, the average person is not singing the song that honors our country before 30,000 people.

    What’s more, I was made to listen to half the game called in Spanish. If I am to honor Hispanic culture by listening to a baseball game in a language I don’t understand, the Nationals could have found someone to do a better job with the anthem.

    I was disappointed with how the Nationals handled what could have been a night celebrating two cultures.

  24. Tobias Jodter said on 27 Jul 2008 at 9:47 pm:
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    Thanks for posting this story - we need all the publicity in FFXCO about this issue that we can get.

  25. Ducky said on 28 Jul 2008 at 5:43 am:
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    If people are fleeing PWC, it’s probably because the economy there stinks.

  26. roy said on 28 Jul 2008 at 11:09 am:
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    if i was the father of that little boy how was run down, i know what i would
    do. i would post his bail, watch him walk away. as soon as he was 1 block
    form the police station, i stop him, show him a picture of my son
    and empty a 9mm clip (15) shot into his face.

  27. Rick Bentley said on 28 Jul 2008 at 11:24 am:
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    LegalPWC Citizen, I have a child at Mullen Elementary. 1st Grade. Get this. Last year they had a day to celebrate Spanish and made the kids watch movies (such as “Finding Nemo”, which they’d all seen before) IN SPANISH. They indoctrinate our children into this world of bilingualism and acceptance of bilingualism by age 6. And use taxpayer funds to show Finding Nemo in Spanish to roomfuls of bored children. (Not part of the movie - the whole movie).

    Naively, most of us assume when we send our kids to school, that the school is functioning in English - not the case.

    The Nationals also fell into this trap of desperately trying to make Spanish speakers feel comfortable at the expense of any type of common sense or bottom line of right vs. wrong.

  28. Anonymous said on 28 Jul 2008 at 12:16 pm:
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    crime stats in PW county down 19%
    Fairfax county UP 20%

    illegals are costly
    tell little yerry

  29. Anonymous said on 28 Jul 2008 at 1:54 pm:
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    Culmore is also the hotbed for al queda terrorists. Many of the hijackers got their fake driver licenses outside the seven eleven and used addresses in the neighborhood.

    And the two tall apartment buildings near Nova are known as Taliban Towers.

    There are numerous problems in the Lake Barcroft area with crime, stealing boats, drownings from illegal aliens etc.

  30. Anonymous said on 28 Jul 2008 at 2:34 pm:
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    LegalPWC Citizen said on 27 Jul 2008 at 9:38 pm:
    Being a big baseball fan and partial season ticket holder for the Washington Nationals, I was again upset that they decided to hold a “Hispanic Heritage Night” at the ballpark.

    That’s part of the problem. I wager that within 5-7 years, the Nationals will go the way of the Senators and DC will have another soccer field for the illegals Sunday leagues.

  31. LegalPWC Citizen said on 28 Jul 2008 at 3:00 pm:
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    I find it appalling that elementary school children are FORCED into, as said by Rick, celebrating “Spanish and made the kids watch movies (such as “Finding Nemo”, which they’d all seen before) IN SPANISH.” I also am re-evaluating my future purchase of season tickets for the Nationals because I sincerely am a proud U.S. Citizen who believes in the the Pledge of Allegiance, the National Anthem, and ENGLISH spoken at BASEBALL games.

    These are not celebrations of our nation’s diversity. If so, we would have many “heritage celebrations” such as European, Asian, Indian and so forth.
    This is merely another way of forcing Hispanic culture down U.S. citizens’ throats. Like I said in my earlier post, I will boycott any and all such singular events.

    Anonymous, you are probably right about the soccer field scenario. I am not alone in my reaction to the Nats. Some friends did attend and are demanding refunds because they could not understand the Spanish announcements. They too will boycott the event in future years.

    Truly a shame.

  32. snapped shot · always watching the all-seeing eye said on 28 Jul 2008 at 3:25 pm:
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    […] That’s okay, though. Gerry Connolly and the rest of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors won’t even bother to consider that Mr. Castellon is anything less than a truly multi-cultural denizen of our esteemed […]

  33. Advocator said on 28 Jul 2008 at 4:17 pm:
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    You shouldn’t waste your time ranting about the Nationals’ marketing techniques. If having a Hispanic heritage day results in making more money for them, they should do it. The marketplace should rule. Conversely, if it causes you and a lot of others to stop buying tickets, they should reassess.

    On a more significant note, this is infrom the Center for Immigration Studies:

    A new analysis by the Center for Immigration Studies of monthly data collected by the Census Bureau shows that the illegal immigrant population has declined significantly between last summer and May of this year. The study is the first to find quantitative evidence that illegal immigrants are leaving the country. It also examines the extent to which stepped-up enforcement and the downturn in the economy account for this trend.
    The report, entitled ‘Homeward Bound: Recent Immigration Enforcement and the Decline in the Illegal Alien Population,’ is embargoed until Wednesday, July 30th at 2:30 pm. The study will be available online at www.cis.org.
    [end of quote]

    This report should confirm what we in PWC already know and have demonstrated to the rest of the Nation: That increased enforcement of our laws, or even the threat of enforcement, sends many illegal aliens scurrying back to the national trash bins that spawned them and sent them here. Hopefully, they’ll use their industriousness to set their own houses in order, instead of attempting to take from our tables.

    Those of us who have joined Greg in this effort to combat the ill effects of disregard for our laws should feel vindicated in accomplishing so much in such a short period of time. Liberty and Freedom reside in the Rule of Law. But eternal vigiliance is the price that we, and every generation, must pay for those benefits. We still have a lot of work to do.

  34. Guest said on 28 Jul 2008 at 6:07 pm:
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    I wanted to introduce this by saying somthing snarky like “Thanks, Gerry!!!”

    But this is so sickening… better to just post the article.

    Police: Va. Man Arrested for Sexually Assaulting Toddler

    Associated Press
    Monday, July 28, 2008; 4:27 PM

    ANNANDALE — Fairfax County police say a man has been arrested for sexually assaulting a 1-year-old girl.

    Officials say 25-year-old Juan Miguel Sejas Castellon of Fairfax assaulted the girl early Sunday at the Annandale Boys and Girls Club on Industrial Road.

    Police say the girl’s parents had been cleaning up the club’s banquet hall, following a late-night party celebrating their daughter’s Christening.

    The girl was left sleeping under the watch of family members in the same room. A family member found the girl crying in the hands of man they did not know.

    The girl’s parents rushed her to a hospital after finding she had been injured.

    Castellon was charged with one count of animate object penetration and one count of abducting an infant child with the intent to defile.

  35. Vienna Mom said on 28 Jul 2008 at 8:28 pm:
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    I don’t know what fantasy land some of the people quoted live in, but we’ve had over 10 stabbings by illegal aliens in Vienna during the last 12 months. Maybe now the Vienna TC and VPD will enforce our zoning and other laws, to deter illegals from living and working in Vienna.

    From Channel 7 News:

    Police Arrest Man in Vienna Attack
    Sun July 27, 2008 - VIENNA, Va.
    Police have arrested a Vienna man who allegedly stabbed an area restaurant worker.

    Police say they received a call about 2:45 a.m. Saturday from an employee of Vienna Inn on Maple Avenue, reporting he had been assaulted. Officials found the 38-year-old man bleeding and took him to a local hospital, where he was in intensive care.

    Police say 21-year-old Jaimea Espinal of Vienna has been charged with aggravated malicious wounding in the incident. Espinal allegedly stabbed the victim at the Maple Avenue Restaurant before making a quick getaway.

    Those familiar with the area say they are shocked by the attack. “[Vienna] is generally a very safe community, so you don’t hear a lot about anything like this happening,” said former Vienna resident, Kevin Stratton.

    Saturday morning was different.

    The owner of the Virginia restaurant was at the hospital this morning and spoke with ABC 7/NewsChannel 8 reporter, Phil Stewart. “He’s a great guy, a friendly guy, harmless, so we don’t know,” said Marty Volk, owner of the Vienna Inn. “We’re waiting for the answers too.”

    Police say the the motive for the stabbing, and whether it happened inside or out, is unclear. But what they do know is the victim frequently works nights, cleaning up after closing time. Volk said, “He’s coming in and out of the building several times.”

    Evidence was found both inside the restaurant and out in the parking lot.

    “Everybody who works at the Vienna Inn is probably considered family on some level, so to have somebody get hurt…our hearts go out to them,” said Vienna resident, Pat McCloskey.

    The victim worked at the establishment for 14 years. He is described as an Hispanic male. He is a husband and father. He underwent surgery Saturday morning at Fairfax hospital and is expected to be OK. “Now that we’ve seen him; we’re happy,” said Volk. “Not happy that it happened, but we’re happy that he’s doing well. It could have been worse.”

  36. Rick Bentley said on 28 Jul 2008 at 9:56 pm:
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    That Annandale incident is extremely troubling. This is part of what makes me so angry. We invented laws to track pervs like that among our citizenry, to protect our children. but then we collectively say “Oh well, all bets off” if someone speaks Spanish and ostensibly helps to lower wages.

  37. Howard the Duck said on 29 Jul 2008 at 9:10 am:
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    There is an article and poll on WorldNet Daily today on this:


  38. wineplz said on 29 Jul 2008 at 4:38 pm:
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    “He added that some Prince William residents might have just chosen to move to Fairfax because of the rising gas prices. ”

    last time I checked FFX county averaged 10-12 cents more per gallon…unless they mean that folks are moving to FFX so that their commutes are shorter.

  39. Brendan said on 30 Jul 2008 at 9:08 pm:
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    Greg is a creepy man taking out his banal frustrations on what he perceives as the weak. He is an idiot who dresses up in rebel clothes and ostensbibly believes in Jesus, and then does exactly the opposite of what Jesus would have wanted. He is a twat and a tool.

  40. Vienna Mom said on 30 Jul 2008 at 9:24 pm:
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    Hey Brendan,
    Just a quick reminder — if you invoke Jesus’ name and teachings, then call someone a twat, you automatically lose your arguement.

  41. Bridget said on 31 Jul 2008 at 9:23 am:
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    Speaking of idiots dressing up in rebel clothes:




    Fortune’s fools. Fortune’s tools.

  42. Harry said on 5 Aug 2008 at 7:17 am:
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    Trashing Connolly will not elect Keith “David Duke” Fimian. Prediction: Connolly 59% David Duke, er Fimian 41%, in spite of Connolly being out spent probably 2-1.

  43. Jerry said on 31 Oct 2008 at 11:50 am:
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    God help us all that live in Fairfax County. If we let Connolly get to Congress we are going to be really screwed.

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