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By Greg L | 31 March 2010 | Uncategorized | 67 Comments

Readers shouldn’t be surprised that the light posting of late is an indication of some substantial recent work demands.  In the meantime, lots has been happening that I wish I had more time to write about.  Here’s your chance to pick up the slack…

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  1. TiredOfThisMess said on 31 Mar 2010 at 9:56 pm:
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    Anyone have any idea what is going on in that house on Amherst Drive right next to the flood drainage ditch? It’s the one on the south side of the road (closest to Splashdown). They always have the screen door propped open, and one or sometimes two days a week, there are about 10 cars parked in the back yard, several cars parked in the yard, and several along the street.

  2. Anonymous said on 1 Apr 2010 at 5:33 am:
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    Check your local sales flier. There’s probably a sale on hookers those days!

  3. Anonymous said on 1 Apr 2010 at 8:57 am:
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    TiredOfThisMess said on 31 Mar 2010 at 9:56 pm: Flag comment

    Anyone have any idea what is going on in that house on Amherst Drive right next to the flood drainage ditch? It’s the one on the south side of the road (closest to Splashdown). They always have the screen door propped open, and one or sometimes two days a week, there are about 10 cars parked in the back yard, several cars parked in the yard, and several along the street.

    Call neighborhood services and have em check it out. The open screen door is a tip-off that rooms are available for rent. Believe that property has been Latino controlled for some time. Did anyone else notice on early Sunday morning the grey house on the right side as you exit Lomand South onto Lomand drive at the yield sign the 15 or so vehicles parked in the driveway? This is another ongoing mess. Must have been one hellava party in a two bedroom house..

  4. Big Dog said on 1 Apr 2010 at 10:18 am:
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    Lead article in today’s Loudoun Times-Mirror is head-lined
    “MS-13 member’s trail show’s gang’s movement”.
    It highlights the mayhem caused by Antonio Urrita-Barrera,
    an illegal alien, across Northern Virginia and Maryland, including
    a triple shooting in Sterling Park.

    This is a huge problem - these scum are cold blooded killers
    and are a danger to all of us. They are in our communities as a
    direct result of insecure borders.

  5. Advocator said on 1 Apr 2010 at 11:06 am:
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    Hope all is well, Greg.

    Meanwhile, GOP Chairman Steele has been meeting with Immigrant rights groups. Why bother with elections, if the Party Chairman is going to make policy?

    RNC Chairman Meets Immigration Group, Sides Differ on Outcome

    By Laura Meckler
    So what exactly happened when the chairman of the Republican National Committee met with immigration activists Wednesday? According to a news release put out by the activists, he said he would try and recruit Republican support for comprehensive immigration legislation.

    The RNC says he made no such commitment. The immigration activist who led the meeting said he did, but then backpedaled after being signaled by a staffer that he may have gone too far.

    Everyone agrees that Michael Steele, RNC chairman, met with a group of activists from the Fair Immigration Reform Movement. Afterwards, FIRM put out a statement implying that Steele was firmly in their camp. The statement said that the activists “walked away with a commitment from Steele to work with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) and the party’s leadership to enlist another Republican senator’s support for comprehensive and bipartisan immigration reform.”

    Graham is working with Democratic Sen. Charles Schumer of New York on an immigration bill, but has made it clear that he wants at least one other Republican on board before they introduce it. So far, that Republican has been hard to find. So news that Steele was helping with the recruitment was notable. And, from the other end of the political spectrum, it’s significant given the deep opposition among many Republicans to comprehensive legislation, which will surely include a path to citizenship for people who came to the U.S. illegally.

    So did Steele walk into another sticky political mess?

    No, the RNC said. Asked about the statement, RNC spokesman Doug Heye said “none of it is right” and said the meeting was an opportunity to listen to concerns and discuss the GOP’s “strong support of legal immigration.”

    “Any claim that the RNC made any policy commitments is a clear misrepresentation,” Heye said in an email. He declined to answer further questions about the meeting.

    Mary Moreno of the Center for Community Change, who released the original statement, referred Washington Wire to two of the activists who were in the room.

    Pramila Jayapal, executive director of OneAmerica, the largest immigrant rights coalition in Washington state, said that Steele committed himself to a “holistic bipartisan consensus on immigration reform” and said he believes the Republican party should be “reaching out.” She said he said he would call Graham and work with the party leadership to “determine where things are in immigration reform.” But she said he stopped short of promising to recruit other Republicans.

    But the second activist said he did in fact make that offer. Joshua Hoyt, executive director of the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, said Steele went through a list of possible Republicans in the Senate who might sign on to the effort, said he would try to recruit another sponsor and agreed with the activists on their goal of getting legislation introduced by April 30.

    But Hoyt said that midway through the meeting, an RNC staffer signaled to Steele that he should “walk back what he had said.” After that, Hoyt said, Steele said he emphasized that he could not “get ahead” of Republican Senate leaders.

    Moreno said the group stands by its statement.

  6. Cynic said on 1 Apr 2010 at 12:33 pm:
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    Why would illegals want to become legal/citizens when they have more rights and benefits as illegals?

  7. Kevin C said on 1 Apr 2010 at 2:15 pm:
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    Big Dog said on 1 Apr 2010 at 10:18 am: “…these scum are cold blooded killers and are a danger to all of us.”

    In the Connecticut Post today:

    “BRIDGEPORT — A Hamden man has been charged with sexually assaulting a 3-year-old Bridgeport girl.

    Jorge Colon, 32, of Mix Avenue, was arrested Wednesday on State Street in Hamden by members of the U.S. Marshal Violent Crime Fugitive Task Force. Charged with first-degree sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor, he is being held in lieu of $100,000 bond.”

    This piece of SCUM, Colon, needs a BULLET to the BRAIN !!!

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    Big Dog said on 1 Apr 2010 at 10:18 am: “They are in our communities as a direct result of insecure borders.”

    What do you think will happen (to this country) once Obaama opens up the FLOOD GATES ???

    Obaama has turned a “downward spiral” into a NOSE DIVE !!!!!

    Maybe he can make history again, the first president ever to be RECALLED !!!!!

  8. Advocator said on 1 Apr 2010 at 2:30 pm:
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    Big Dog said on 1 Apr 2010 at 10:18 am: “They are in our communities as a direct result of insecure borders.”

    I disagree. They are in our communities as a direct result of traitorous businessmen hiring slave labor, and our politicians turning a blind eye to the practice. We could leave the border unprotected if businesses and businessmen were actually prosecuted for this practice. Similarly, real estate agents and lenders who participated in mortgage scams should have been investigated and prosecuted.

  9. Yawning Wolf said on 1 Apr 2010 at 2:40 pm:
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    I have come to expect very little out of our federal government. But if there is one thing they must provide, it is national security. Otherwise we don’t really have a nation. And yet they aren’t.

    Something very fishy is going on here. It almost looks like our very own government is welcoming illegal immigration. This is contrary to all our laws (the laws made by the very institution that now fails to uphold them), our beliefs our history, and the history of any viable nation.

  10. Patty said on 1 Apr 2010 at 3:37 pm:
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    In reference to Michael Steele, that’s why I don’t like to support the national party. They are too far removed from their constituents. It seems they just represent themselves.

    On another note,

    I hope you have a wonderful Easter!!!

  11. Big Dog said on 1 Apr 2010 at 4:07 pm:
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    “Immigrants are here in large numbers, unlawfully.
    They swell the cost of local life like emergency rooms and schools-
    which has an impact on local taxes. There are towns and cities
    that feel, and are, overwhelmed. And no one will help them.
    The essential reason, I think, is that America’s elites don’t want
    America’s borders closed. Businesses want low-wage workers;
    politicians want the Hispanic vote. It is not convenient for any
    of them to close the borders. If Americans on the ground
    are enduring difficulties over this, …too bad.”
    Peggy Noonan
    WSJ (11-25-2006)

    Four and half years later and a change of power in DC ?

    Both Republicans and Democrats have failed us.

  12. Howard the Duck said on 1 Apr 2010 at 5:47 pm:
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    Well-known Douglas-area rancher is found slain

    Megan Neighbor and Andrea Rivera Arizona Daily Star | Posted: Monday, March 29, 2010 12:00 am

    A longtime rancher was killed on his Douglas-area property over the weekend, and neighbors worried that his homicide was connected to increasing border-related crime in the area.

    The Cochise County Sheriff’s Office offered little information into the late-Saturday shooting death of 58-year-old Robert Krentz, whose family began the Krentz Ranch more than 100 years ago.

    Krentz’s body was found on his land, which is about 35 miles northeast of Douglas, just before midnight Saturday, said Carol Capas, a spokeswoman for the Sheriff’s Office.

    The Sheriff’s Office, aided by the U.S. Border Patrol, had no suspects Sunday and continued to follow leads, Capas said. She declined to comment on reports from neighbors and border activists that Krentz’s death was related to smuggling in the area.

    Area residents said Krentz had no enemies, and they could think of no motive for his death other than the possibility it was related to what they called the growing level of crime in the area related to illegal immigrants and drug smugglers.

    Tom Tancredo, a former U.S. representative from Colorado, was visiting ranchers near Douglas to discuss border issues when he heard of Krentz’s death.

    Tancredo said he and Krentz were friends and that he was “a mild-mannered guy” who was known for providing illegal immigrants with food and water.

    Tancredo and Chris Simcox, co-founder of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, said Krentz phoned a family member Saturday afternoon to say he was out near his watering hole, providing one or more illegal immigrants with aid.

    That’s the last his family heard from him, Simcox and Tancredo said.

    “He looked the other way so often,” Tancredo said. “It’s so ironic that he, of all people, got murdered.”

    If Krentz’s killing was caused by an illegal immigrant or a drug smuggler, U.S. Border Patrol spokesman Omar Candelaria said, it would be a first for the area, to his recollection.

    “We haven’t seen any instances of illegal immigrants or drug smugglers attacking U.S. citizens,” Candelaria said.

    Others who live nearby were unwilling to disclose their names when they spoke about the homicide Sunday because, they said, they were afraid of possible repercussions. A person at the Krentz home also declined to comment.

    In a 1999 PBS interview, Robert Krentz and his wife, Susan, said illegal immigrants once stole property from their ranch, but that incident didn’t stop him from aiding other trespassers.

    “You know, we’ve personally been broke in once. And they took about $700 worth of stuff. And you know, if they come in and ask for water, I’ll still give them water. I, you know, that’s just my nature,” Krentz was quoted as saying in written transcripts of the interview.

    The longtime rancher’s homicide already has caught U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords’ attention.

    Sometime this week, the Arizona Democrat will travel to Douglas for a briefing on the homicide, said Giffords’ spokesman, C.J. Karamargin.

    “Rob Krentz was a pillar of the Cochise County ranching community,” Giffords said in a press release. “He will be greatly missed.”

    The Krentz family’s cattle ranch was inducted into the Arizona Farming and Ranching Hall of Fame in 2008. The family started the ranch in 1907.

    Contact reporters Megan Neighbor at 307-0579 or mneighbor@azstarnet.com and Andrea Rivera at arivera@azstarnet.com or 807-8430.

  13. ON THE GO said on 1 Apr 2010 at 7:53 pm:
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  14. Tobias Jodter said on 1 Apr 2010 at 9:47 pm:
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    “Possible Worker Center Is Being Considered”
    “Would remove day laborers from streets.”

    “… a local businessman is proposing a worker center where Centreville’s day laborers could go for employment.”


    Saw that one coming a few years ago already. Took awhile.

  15. legal2 said on 1 Apr 2010 at 10:20 pm:
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    So many issues wear us down; they stem from the ideology that took hold of our country post WWII. I hope we can recover. In her own words, Bella Dodd explains how it happened and the part she played. http://genus.cogia.net/
    “I was conscious of the fact that here politics had become a matter of life and death. I was conscious also that the intellectuals, the teachers, professors, and scientists were arrogant in their pride but lacked the inner strength to play a salutary role in that country’s hour of need. Here were men of the highest intellectual achievements who were ready to attach themselves to the forces of violence. I did not then realize, as I now do, that for close to a century the educational world of Germany had been subjected to systematic despiritualization which could result only in the dehumanization now apparent. This made it possible for such despiritualized men to serve both the Nazi and later the communist power with a terrifying loyalty and efficiency. …”
    “…The recognition in 1932 in Washington of the USSR brought a tremendous change in the activities of the communists on our college campus. Recognition brought respectability; it led to the organization of such groups as Friends of the Soviet Union, which was led by engineers and social workers and which soon extended to the world of art and science and to education in general. …

  16. legal2 said on 1 Apr 2010 at 10:22 pm:
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    “…What they were doing emerged very slowly but it was this: they were unconsciously beginning to ally themselves with the proletariat, with the workers. And from this was born the intellectual proletariat which in the next years was to be the backbone of hundreds of communist organizations — and which was, indeed, to provide active men and women for the mass movements of the next twenty years. …
    … But in the early thirties all the people who were in unorthodox movements or who had lost their ties with society, whether muckrakers, syndicalists, anarchists, or socialists, were pulled along by the cyclonic fury of the organized communist movement. Without a positive program of their own they were drawn into the vortex of the well-integrated, well-financed movement which was suddenly legalized with the American recognition of the Soviet Union. …”

  17. legal2 said on 1 Apr 2010 at 10:25 pm:
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    “In 1953, Dodd testified before the US Senate about widespread Communist infiltration of labor unions and other American groups. On March 11, 1953, The New York Times ran a front page article entitled “Bella Dodd Asserts Reds Got Presidential Advisory Posts.” The article reporting that Dodd “swore before the Senate Internal Security subcommittee today that Communists had got into many legislative offices of Congress and into a number of groups advising the President of the United States.”[4] The New York Times reported on March 8, 1954 that Bella Dodd “…warned yesterday that the ‘materialistic philosophy,’ [i.e., dialectical materialism ] which she said was now guiding public education, would eventually demoralize the nation.”[5]

    In 1954, her book School of Darkness was published, wherein she opined that the Communist Party’s structure “was in reality a device to control the ‘common man’”.[6]”
    From Wikipedia


  18. Kevin C said on 1 Apr 2010 at 10:35 pm:
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    For all the GOOD it will do !!!

    Believe me, the Supervisors minds are made up, they will vote which ever way will serve their OWN interests !!!

    You can go to the meeting and talk till you’re BLUE in the FACE and you won’t change their minds !!!

    They’ll vote with the DEVELOPERS as the ALWAYS do and PWC Citizens can go TAKE a HIKE !!!

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    ON THE GO said on 1 Apr 2010 at 7:53 pm: “THE WPCCA WILL HAVE A MEETING ON APRIL 15 th, AT 7;00PM AT THE FERLAZZO BLDG.”

    You mean the WPCCA CONTROLLED by Frank Princippi ???

    He’s taken a play right out of his MENTOR’S, John and Ernestine Jenkins, play book !!!

    The WPCCA and DCCA (Dale City Civic Association) are the political RIGHT ARMS of the Democrat Party !!!

    DCCA is CONTROLLED by Ernie Jenkins from the First Vice President slot, she’s NEVER served as president, that would be MUCH too obvious !!!

    Oh, BTW, she’s ALSO the President of the Neabsco Democratic Committee !!!

    For the record, these organizations are NOT “Civic Associations” at all, they’re CLIQUES !!!

    DCCA has been run by the SAME five or six people for the past THIRTY years !!!!

  19. Dave in PWC said on 2 Apr 2010 at 12:19 am:
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    Here is how you can see if businesses in your area use E-Verify. If you think it’s important for the business’ you use and don’t see them on the list, please ask them why they don’t use E-Verify the next time you call them or go into their store. It is important that we force these business’ to use E-Verify to make sure that Americans are working and not illegal aliens.


    I only found one restaurant listed when I just typed in Manassas and Virginia, The Backyard Grill

  20. Big Dog said on 2 Apr 2010 at 9:54 am:
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    “Some young Republicans took a RNC credit card to a club
    in Hollywood that has nude dance and bondage shows.

    It must be very embarressing … I’m sure the strippers
    didn’t want people to know they were hanging out with


  21. Anonymous said on 2 Apr 2010 at 1:05 pm:
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    Cynic said on 1 Apr 2010 at 12:33 pm: Flag comment

    Why would illegals want to become legal/citizens when they have more rights and benefits as illegals?

    LEGAL access to medicare, medicaide, public housing, coverage under the “new” Obamacare health system, welfare, WIC and multitudes of other benefits only available to U.S. citizens. Obama’s auntie from Kenya who has been ordered deported in the past is still living in public housing in Boston and doesn’t look like she is going anywhere soon. I wonder why?

  22. ON THE GO said on 2 Apr 2010 at 2:59 pm:
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    To Kevin C—-You are so right in what you say. Some of us found out when Principi won, that he would follow Jenkins lead. Reminds me when Barg started ,she always ask Jenkins how to vote? We even told them we now have 2 Supervisors.
    That history has taught us to make our voices heard.Now we may not win,but we might get a little more than what we would get is we let Principi run the show.
    Right now he has very few who goes along with his tactics.
    He has alot of developement interest, with a lawyer who usually represents the builder/developer, Real Estate Agents/developer. These are the same ones listed on their papers filed with the State in Richmond.
    But we can’t sit back quietly and let any of them take over with out pointing out their
    self serving duties that they are doing.
    I have never seen so many apartments and condos going in and especially along Rt. One. There must be at least 10 projects on Rt. One plus a few more on Horner Rd.
    This does not count the density slated for the UMU area.
    There will be grid lock and now we must be heard.
    So please come and help Woodbridge.
    Thank you.

  23. Cynic said on 2 Apr 2010 at 3:01 pm:
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    Anonymous, Heck, most of them have those benefits now. And, the liberals with their allies keep fighting for more and better benefits for these illegal scum.

    Once the benefits reach the level above our taxing capacity like they have in California then the rest of the Country will be down the tubes - like California is.

    Yes, illegals sure have contributed to building a better, sovereign, Nation!

    Auntie - would she be a sister of his Grandmother in Kenya?

  24. Anonymous said on 2 Apr 2010 at 5:06 pm:
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    Cynic said on 2 Apr 2010 at 3:01 pm: Flag comment

    Anonymous, Heck, most of them have those benefits now. And, the liberals with their allies keep fighting for more and better benefits for these illegal scum.

    Once the benefits reach the level above our taxing capacity like they have in California then the rest of the Country will be down the tubes - like California is.

    Yes, illegals sure have contributed to building a better, sovereign, Nation!

    Auntie - would she be a sister of his Grandmother in Kenya?

    Auntie is somehow related to his father.

  25. anon said on 2 Apr 2010 at 6:00 pm:
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    Chili’s also uses EVerify. But they are a franchise owner and have a different name listed.

  26. Sad in LR said on 2 Apr 2010 at 6:12 pm:
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    This is a current situation that i hope someone has some guidance as to how it should be handled. 10 years ago we bought our “dream” property here in Lake Ridge after working and saving for years. Our cul-de-sac has been beautiful-great neighbors, meticulously cared for properties etc. Late last year one house went into foreclosure for whatever reason and was auctioned off. I have watched over the past three weeks as massive construction has been done in the lower level, there are as i write nine cars and a UHaul in our small little circle and the universal sign (the propped open screen door) has been out for days. The cars parked three deep in a cul de sac aside, there is a couch-yes you read that correctly a couch- on the front yard. This is unbelievable to all the residents of our circle as we watch our neighborhood turned into something we never dreamed it would be. What is especially galling is that in today’s society, if we voice any negative opinion about the situation, we are racist crackers just this side of Clint Eastwood in Grand Torino. Any suggestions other than move or learn to live in Nueva Laredo?

  27. Cynic said on 2 Apr 2010 at 8:13 pm:
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    Evidence you presents indicates that this was a deliberate action designed to bust up your neighborhood. Can’t have a neighborhood with things too tidy and neat.

    What neighborhoods should do - when they see a foreclosure like this - is try to round up some acceptable buyers. Get the word out to people you would like to see living in your neighborhood.

  28. anon said on 2 Apr 2010 at 9:25 pm:
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    Indoor furniture outside is a property code violation. You could probably also report the construction work and see if there was a permit issued. Did you see kitchen like items going in the basement by any chance? I don’t think adding a 2nd kitchen is allowed anymore without special permission. Check the plates and note the cars they are on - and then see if anything changes - then notify the police (this is a common tactic - register a few cars and then shift the plates around to “appear” legal.)

  29. ... said on 2 Apr 2010 at 9:42 pm:
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    “Can’t have a neighborhood with things too tidy and neat.”

    Sure you can…you just have to move…into a new house in a new neighborhood..built by the same people who helped trash the one you just moved out of.

    It’s a win-win situation for the developers. The cheap labor does double duty!

  30. DPortM said on 3 Apr 2010 at 4:29 am:
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    Sad in LR

    Turn your neighbor in to Zoning - couch outside is a violation - too many people is a violation (overcrowding) - building without a permit is a violation. If your supervisor is worth his/her salt - contact your supervisor’s office as well about the violation and they may turn it in for you.

    Use this link to report the violations:


  31. Kevin C said on 3 Apr 2010 at 9:17 am:
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    Sad in LR said on 2 Apr 2010 at 6:12 pm: “…over the past three weeks as massive construction has been done in the lower level…”

    Call the county NOW !!!

    If there are no PERMITS displayed, something you can see at a glance, then the owner is violating county building codes !!!

    You’ve got to MAKE this “thing” go away, don’t sit there and HOPE it will go away !!!

    The LAST thing you need to worry about is being called a racist !!!

    PROTECT your rights !!!!!

    These “people” are a BLIGHT !!!

  32. legal2 said on 3 Apr 2010 at 1:26 pm:
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    Does anyone know if Kaine, Jim Moran and Gerry Connolly *actually attended* the event last night, hosted by the local jihadist center ?


  33. Just the Facts said on 3 Apr 2010 at 4:04 pm:
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    Have you seen the details of the Economic Development Task Force? (http://www.pwcgov.org/default.aspx?topic=040086003790005842). Aside from a scattering of public organizations (i.e., GMU and some County people) for ornamentation it’s a registry of PWC developers. One person from Lockhead is there. This “Task Force” is nothing but a sham to provide cover for the BOCS to pander to developers to earn the campaign contributions they get. Look at what the BOCS has done recently by deferring Avendale (until after the 2011 election), going with the Planning Office’s comp plan revisions, etc. We’re being sold out again. Where there are developers, there are boarding houses for their cheap, illegal labor.

  34. ON THE GO said on 3 Apr 2010 at 5:31 pm:
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    Just the facts. You are right. When I looked up who was this Task Force,I could see it’s a cover for BOS. Here we go,down the drain some more.

    Sad–You need to call right away and get the County People out there. It’s the only way to deAL WITH IT. aLSO MIGHT WANT TO TRY THE FIRE DEPT. AND THE POLICE DEPT. THERE MAY BE A FIRE HAZZARD THERE.


    Every wrong move has to be reported. It won’t help to move as the same thing goes on in every community. Till someone wakes and enforce the FederAL, sTATE AND lOCAL lAWS.

    Are you aware that all these houses are loaded with 10/12/14 adults and many,many children and they are not counted in the census. Only the owner is filling out and they only put in their family. The rest of them are under the radar screen, so all those kids in our schools ,we are not get the fair share of educational dollars!

    Wonder when someone will wake up to these facts?

    I don’t want to be nasty, but we need the right count to get the money.

    Do you think the Census Dept. cares? No,they are so nieve that they feel they will give the numbers living in the household. Who are we kidding.

  35. hadenough said on 3 Apr 2010 at 5:57 pm:
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    I hope you can put some serious sunlight on those two cockroaches, Moran and Connally.

    Going to a f**king mulsim fund raiser at the mosque connected to 9/11?

    Are these two a**holes insane?

    Looks like that idiot Webb was one step away, but received a little too much heat. Good on him - but what was he thinking to even consider showing up?

    We have to do some house cleaning in Virginia.

    The birthplace of patriots is become an open sewer.

    [Ed note: comment edited.]

  36. Sad in LR said on 3 Apr 2010 at 7:44 pm:
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    Update from LR- more cars 2 more UHauls-what an amazing circus. Question….they obviously know from the stinkeye theyve been getting that everybody is onto the screen door thing so it was closed but a cowboy hat was hung on a front post at the house this morning. Any idea what this means? I doubt it’s where he keeps his hat. No vacancy? House being watched? Anybody ever seen this?

  37. sahdman said on 3 Apr 2010 at 8:46 pm:
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    Sad in LR
    Watch for the curtains tied in knots also. Call zoning on Monday tell them what you have seen. Tell your neighbors to call also. You have to nip this in the bud. They will take over an entire neighborhood before you know it.

  38. sahdman said on 3 Apr 2010 at 8:48 pm:
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    Sad in LR
    Yes I have seen it. Not the cowboy hat thing but the rest, sure I have.

  39. Anonymous said on 4 Apr 2010 at 3:46 am:
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    “Does anyone know if Kaine, Jim Moran and Gerry Connolly *actually attended* the event last night, hosted by the local jihadist center ?”

    COUNTER JIHAD VICTORY: Protest at 911 Mosque Fundraising Dinner — Legislators Shun Jihad Dinner

    “Look at their Federal Election Commission reports, these spineless politicians are owned and operated by the radical Islamists and their sinister front groups.” James Lafferty

    The first action SOIA (Stop Islamization of America) endorsed and supported was VAST’s (Virginia Anti-Sharia Task Force) PROTEST AT 9/11 MOSQUE FUNDRAISING DINNER. I was thrilled to be able to work with the wonderful James Lafferty, chairman of VAST.

    We denounced the appearances by Congressmen Gerry Connolly (D-Virginia) and James Moran (D-Virginia) and former Gov. Tim Kaine at a fundraising dinner for the controversial mosque Dar Al Hijrah.

    Reps. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., and Jim Moran, D-Va., have “trashed their oath to protect and defend the U.S.” by agreeing to attend the annual banquet for Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center, a large mosque in Falls Church, Va., a suburb of Washington, according to the Virginia Anti-Shariah Task Force, or VAST.

    VAST criticized Virginia Democrat Gov. Tim Kaine for agreeing to attend the event, while praising Democrat Sen. Jim Webb of Virginia for withdrawing from the event following complaints from concerned constituents. “While brave young Virginia men and women are risking their lives to fight terrorists in Iraq and Afghanistan, Connolly, Moran and Kaine are yucking it up with them and slapping each other on the back over at the Marriott,” charged VAST Chairman James Lafferty.

    The three politicians’ campaign war chests are heavily funded by radical Islamists who support the mosque.
    The good news is, with the exception of jihad tool, Gerry Connolly, THEY DID NOT SHOW UP TO THE DINNER.


    This is a template for SIOA. What better strategy in dealing with Congressmen on the jihad payroll and/or advancing Islamic supremacism? It will have a devastating impact on congressmen (particularly those running), and indeed might even end their seedy political careers.

    It will send a direct in-your-face message to our other elected loose canons who never address these intentions or activities to their electorate and then abuse their positions once elected.

    James Lafferty, Chairman of VAST, sent me these observations of today’s protest:

    And then there was one…
    At the beginning of the big Dar Al Hijrah fundraising dinner at a Northern Virginia Marriott, liberal Congressman Gerry Connolly was the only elected official left standing on the radical mosque’s invitation list. And there were no reported sightings of “Jihad Gerry” at or near the dinner. The original guest list published on the Dar Al Hijrah website included seven politicians, all Democrats including DNC chairman and former Virginia Governor Tim Kaine.

    Subjected to a heavy barrage of phone calls to their offices and the offices of some of their high-dollar contributors, everyone from Senator Jim Webb and liberal Congressman Jim Moran to several Virginia delegates either flat-out withdrew or found some excuse for not attending the jihadi dinner.

    The Virginia Anti-Shariah Task Force (VAST), ACT for America, the Center for Security Policy and Stop the Islamization of America (SIOA) successfully turned the stampede of politicians away from the 9/11 mosque dinner. None of the observers present outside the dinner was able to spot a single politician entering the dinner.

    “The tide is turning,” said VAST Chairman James Lafferty. “In the past, politicians got wined and dined by Dar Al Hijrah and got fat checks from CAIR and other radical groups. Nothing was said and no one knew. Now we are shining the light of public scrutiny on this whole shady process.

    “Connolly may still get fat checks from the jihadi front-groups and their bag men but everyone will know about it. The anti-shariah coalition of activist groups here in Virginia will blow the whistle. More people will read his FEC campaign contribution reports than read the Washington Post.” Coalition protestors gathered across the street from the Marriott in Falls Church with signs like “Dar Al Hijrah is Anti-American” and “My Congressman is a Traitor.” Several van loads of women in burkas responded in various ways from flipping them off to yelling “get a life!”

    Hotel and private security guards refused to allow several ticket holders to enter the event and even ejected some of the people who had purchased the tickets at the Dar Al Hijrah website because they didn’t appear on an invited guest list. The only explanation was that there were concerns about the “anti-shariah people” disrupting the event. There were certainly plenty of seats. Given the many cancellations by the politicians, the event wasn’t anywhere near sold out.

    Huge victory for counter jihad action.

    The original flier headlined that seven elected officials were “invited”: former Virginia Governor Tim Kaine, now Chair of the Democratic National Committee, Rep. Jim Moran (D-VA), Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA), Sen. James Webb (D-VA), Fairfax Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Sharon Bulova, Fairfax Supervisor Penny Gross, and Virginia State Delegate Kaye Kory.


  40. Anonymous said on 4 Apr 2010 at 11:57 am:
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    THEY’R BACK! We have to nip this overcrowding situation in the bud or we will end up like the local area did in 2005. They must feel confident that Obamarama will be granting amnesty and they are getting ready for it. Myself, in addition to the overcrowding problems, free health care and schooling for the uneducated illegal population, I real burn when a car or trick truck comes flying down the street blaring Latino noise. I though the county had a noise ordinance about loud music eminating from vehicles. I guess like everything else, the law is ignored and the PD might be taking to task for “profiling.” WHAT A COUNTRY!

  41. legal2 said on 4 Apr 2010 at 12:40 pm:
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    Thank you, Anonymous @ 3:46. Great article! Now, if Keith Fimian will work smart and use Connelly’s antics in the upcoming unseating of “Jihad Gerry”.

  42. anklenipper said on 4 Apr 2010 at 12:49 pm:
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    Don’t feel bad at all, from now until October I can’t open my house up, can’t open windows and have to have my TV cranked and it still doesn’t drown out the bass shaking my windows from the “neighbors” all day and on weekends half the night.

    The police come by promptly when I call but all they get is a warning and 15 minutes later the music’s back up again.

    I hate to generalize but it does seem regard for others never enter the minds of these immigrants.

  43. rgdfry said on 4 Apr 2010 at 4:29 pm:
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    Sad in LR; how about a street address. If numbers of concerned citizens see and have awareness raised, then perhaps they can add to the call for action. Please update this thread with your actions and results.

  44. DPortM said on 4 Apr 2010 at 7:09 pm:
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    You should contact your supervisor and tell them that the Police aren’t doing their job. Let your supervisor handle it. That is his/her job!

  45. me said on 4 Apr 2010 at 9:33 pm:
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    I don’t know about in Prince William but in FFX a location gets 1 warning and if the PD is called back the same day/night someone there gets a ticket/summons and if it continues after that someone from that location ends up taking a trip to the magistrate in the back of a police vehicle to explain why they are continuing to break the law….it usually doesn’t have to get far before they get the message to turn it down.

    If you call and the PD comes by and they turn it down then turn it back up make sure you make that 2nd call. Also leave your number for a call back from the PD so they can tell you what the outcome is. Would clarify that you don’t want the police coming to your door…. just a phone call follow up.

  46. anklenipper said on 5 Apr 2010 at 5:20 am:
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    Thanks DPortM and me,

    I really didn’t wish to turn this into a venting thread but Sad in LR should stay on top of this and get other citizens involved, I think that is the key. The point is if you do not demand respect now (something they seem to be genetically void of) it will get worse.

    I’m trying to get others in the area to make the call and to write the letters but they seem to be intimidated, until then I can see where objectively I seem like a jerk to the PD. I just believe that you should be able to be in your own house and not hear other peoples music be it from vehicles or houses. I wouldn’t have a problem with a party occasionally but this is pretty much all the time. It wouldn’t be bad if it wasn’t for the damn unrelenting bass.

    Things were pretty quiet around here during the winter now that spring is here I assume it will be the same as last spring and summer so I’ll be doing all this again. I plan on being a little more aggressive this year, maybe if the PD gets tired of my calling they will act. Last year I also considered talking to someone to see if there are any civil actions that could be taken.

  47. DPortM said on 5 Apr 2010 at 5:30 am:
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    Doing jobs that Americans won’t do…

    10 illegal aliens in S.C. admit to bilking IRS out of $13 million


    Feds find dubious home tax credit claims from Texas

    The Texas filings represented nearly one-third of the 3,200 suspicious homebuyer credit claims submitted by noncitizens (illegal aliens) around the country. The value of the credits from all the noncitizen (illegal aliens) claims was $20.8 million, a U.S. Treasury Department inspector general said.


    Illegal Aliens Stealing Bilions via Tax ID#s


  48. DPortM said on 5 Apr 2010 at 5:54 am:
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    PWC Noise Ordinance

    If you suspect the County’s noise ordinance is being violated, call the Police Department at 703-792-6500. Violation of this ordinance is a Class 2 misdemeanor punishable by up to six months in jail, a $1,000 fine, or both.

    In a residential area
    Daytime decibels - 60
    Nighttime decibels - 55

    7) The playing of radio, phonographs, television, tape or disc players, musical instruments or drums, sound amplifiers or similar devices which produce, reproduce or amplify sound in such a manner as to create a noise disturbance.
    (8) Talking, yelling, shouting, screaming, singing, or any other form of human sounds produced by any person or group of people that creates a noise disturbance.
    (9) Playing, operating or permitting to be operated, any radio, tape player, compact disc player, loud speaker or other electronic device used for the amplification of sound, which emits sound within a motor vehicle being operated on a public street or alley, and which emits sound audible from outside the motor vehicle at a distance of 50 feet or more.


  49. Just the Facts said on 5 Apr 2010 at 7:39 am:
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    There are two things at play here: (1) County noise ordinance - the law, and (2) PWC Police Department policy - what Charlie Deane intends to do about the law. Short answer - NOTHING! Noise from boarding houses has been a problem in my neighborhood for years. We and others call the police frequently and I have seen the officers talking with the habitual perps repeatedly. I call dispatch and demand that the police charge the perps and always get the same response. PWC PD policy (Charlie) is that officers must come to the same address and witness the violation three times in same day before they will cite anyone (i.e., enforce the law). When I tell them or the officers that that is not the law they respond that it is the Chief’s policy and that they cannot go against his instructions.

    Fairfax has a much stricter noise ordinance and they enforce it. In addition, in Fairfax if you can hear someone’s stereo, noise, etc. through a wall in a townhouse or condo, it’s considered a violation and enforced.

    The perps know how the system works. The police don’t have time to go to the same address over and over. They come to the violator once, tell them to turn down the noise and as soon as the police car is out of sight, the noise starts again. They even have a second chance if the police do have time to pay a second visit that day. At the stroke of midnight, the clock on their two freebies starts all over again.

    Don’t expect anything to happen here, especially with Corey taking sides with the developers now. PWC has long been viewed by the developers as the boarding house for the cheap, illegal labor they use throughout Northern Virginia. Corey sees nothing but becoming Lt. Governor now and he’s selling us out just like Sean did. Don’t believe me? Look at www.VPAP.org and see where his contributions came from when he first ran for Supervisor and where they come from now. He’s setting the stage with developer money to run for Lt. Governor next time around and we, along with our quality of life, become disposable.

    In addition to www.vpap.org, look at the link I posted above to the Economic Development Task Force. Look at the BOCS’ recent decisions on issues such as Avendale (votes there to kill it but Corey and Wally defer it instead). You tell me who is pulling the puppet strings now.

    The only solution is a nearly complete house cleaning of the BOCS next year and election of local citizens who don’t take the job because of political ambitions or desire for developer money.

    What would change my mind? (1) Noise ordinance and enforcement like Fairfax. Violators charged and arrested after one warning whether the second offense is the same day or next year. Police respond to citizen complaints about noise quickly rather than treat us like the annoyances. (2) Disband the phony Economic Development Task Force that provides cover for the BOCS when they pander to developers, and replace it with a group truly representative of our community and its interests. (3) Fire all of the senior staff in County government who look after developer interests instead of ours. (4) No more comp plan amendments or rezonings until our tax base is at least 25% commercial, and the roads, schools, etc. have caught up to the population. (5) Require the Police Department to enforce all laws that protect our quality of life.

    November 2011 is far enough away to make all of this happen. I’m not optimistic, however, and am looking forward to an almost completely new BOCS being sworn in after the election.

  50. Cynic said on 5 Apr 2010 at 8:47 am:
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    71, 5, 10, 15, whatever - no age discrimination here!

    And you can predict that more of this is on its way. And, please, do not forget to thank your politicians for their significant contribution to these “accomplishments”.

    Here in One Dumpy County we welcome illegal scum with open arms. Just saw in an e-mail where we are being asked to donate candles so that Casa de Maryland can hold candle light vigils in honor of the illegal scum. Think they need the donations because the Co. Govt. not longer has the funds to supply Casa with the candles.

    Casa demise is breaking my heart!

  51. Umpire said on 5 Apr 2010 at 11:40 am:
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    Ole Betsie’s starting to implode. Even her new golden boy Al Alborn has called her out on her BS, and she’s getting those panties in a knot and “mooning” her more conservative posters over any disagreement now. But MH is really a “moderate” site, dontcha know?

  52. Big Dog said on 5 Apr 2010 at 11:44 am:
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    Almost 350 schools field NCAA Division I basketball teams and
    only one wins the big trophy at the end of the year.

    My heart says Butler but my head says Duke
    (as much as I loath them) . You can talk politics and religion
    in my family, but don’t question the way we cook barbecue
    or offer anything but praise for North Carolina and damnation
    for the Dukies — much is forgiven at family reunions,
    but not Blue Devil sweatshirts. (NC St. and Wake are allowed
    at the far tables if they stay quiet).

    Bite’em Bulldogs!

  53. for sale in dale city said on 5 Apr 2010 at 12:46 pm:
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    Time to move this spring sadly, we have been here many years and kids are largely grown and I am tired of the slum this place has become, if I dare say anything about habitat for humanity fixing up homes for muslims and hispanics in this country for a few years with our county donations I am called a racist and worse, why do we do this? I have voted for democrats in the past but lately I have voted for all republicans. I am a christian but I believe I will have to find a new church (not methodist!) where the poor are encouraged to work, not get free backpacks and diapers and healthcare, is this what Jesus rose from the dead for on Easter morning? I am sad that we have become nothing more than a place for folks to get free stuff, I am sad, really sad.

  54. Umpire said on 5 Apr 2010 at 1:41 pm:
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    Someone please help poor Betsie! She is getting OWNED on her “Gun Conundrum” thread, but keeps fighting back with more stupidity. It’s pretty entertaining, at least, to watch the wolf howl.

  55. Patty said on 5 Apr 2010 at 2:15 pm:
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    Try doing this survey. Go to some other blogs, especailly the ones listed on this site, and see how many times the blog owner/moderator posts on their own threads. Compare that with the blog you are referring to and I believe you will find the results very revealing. The words calumny and phluaros come to mind. The second word is greek, koine greek.

  56. InTheNavy said on 5 Apr 2010 at 3:39 pm:
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    Live in the Wellington single-family neighborhood. Came down Strawflower on the way home today and noticed one of the homes with the glass door propped open and a sign in the yard with Bienvenidos..blah blah blah. Can’t believe we’re seeing this again in our neighborhood! Thought that crap was behind us.

  57. Dave in PWC said on 5 Apr 2010 at 6:15 pm:
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    My next door neighbor moved in with his girlfriend last weekend and rented out his condo, a Hispanic lady and her “daughter” moved in during the week. Saw 7 poor immigrant workers trudge up the hill from Coverstone 7-11 looking so tired and poor having stood on the corner sipping Corona’s all day and they immediately saw the open screen door and knocked and were then let in. An hour goes by and those poor immigrants must have made some phone calls because three more poor bedraggled immigrants came up the hill and went into the condo. Well I’m not going to play that game.

    I called my neighbor (the one who moved out) and asked him to come over for a visit and he showed up in time to see several of the poor immigrants walk back from paying their hard earned money on Corona’s and were sitting on the stoop, with empties on the grass. Well I don’t speak spanish but my neighbor does and within half an hour all those poor immigrants were back on the street walking out of the neighborhood, carrying their beers, of course I called the PWCPD and told them of some poor immigrants drining beers on public property.

    Morale of the story is to be proactive and make your thoughts known about the rule of law in this country and county. I didn’t have to put on my Border Patrol ballcap on but I was prepared to.

  58. Al said on 5 Apr 2010 at 6:43 pm:
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    What Umpire said on 5 Apr 2010 at 11:40 am, “Even her new golden boy Al Alborn has called her out on her BS”. That would be me.

    Sometimes I agree with Moonhowlings (I’m a “mind you own business” social liberal who doesn’t like Government telling me how to live my life), sometimes I don’t. Sometimes I agree with BVBL (I’m a small Government, fiscal Conservative who is a fan of the 10th Amendment and states rights; however, I also understand the Constitution and the Supremacy clause), sometimes I don’t. I read both regularly (and occasionally comment, although this is only my second post under my real name on BVBL. I dropped my alias a long time ago on Moonhowlings and enjoy being “me”). I’m sure Greg has quickly figured out my other alias’ from the past (although I always tried to be polite… I think). The folks on Moonhowlings have been most gracious allowing me to post over there and the crowd is civil.

    I am a fan of the Constitution with a particular affection for both the First and Second Amendments and consider impediments to my constitutional right to own a firearm (as an “old soldier”, I pride myself on remaining qualified with a .45 and a 9mm - both military issue… and yes, my Concealed Carry Permit is current) similar to making it hard to check out a library book (and in my experience, ideas are much more dangerous and are responsible for the deaths of far more people than guns).

    I’ve been looking for a tea party to attend. Cargosquid (on Moonhowlings a Tea Party member) is trying to help me out; however, he’s out of town. After spending some time with Mark and Jenny Beth (the founders of the Tea Party Patriots), they both assured me I would be welcome. (On the off change someone here is affiliated with the Tea Party Patriots - that’s the flavor I’m interested after meeting Mark and Jenny Beth), What’s the scoop on the next meeting? I’m not into demonstrations (nothing against them, just spent some time on the “other side of the line” overseas against demonstrators, maned the fire fire hoses, managed crowds with fixed bayonets, etc., etc., not my thing after that). I’m looking for a real meeting where folks talk about things.

  59. Greg L said on 5 Apr 2010 at 10:47 pm:
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    Al, the next Tea Party is on April 15th, and I think it’s at the McCoart Center. The last “Tax Day Tea Party” was very informative and signaled a lot of the things that happened in the General Assembly over the past session. If you attended that one, you knew all about HB 10 and some of the other bills before they were ever introduced.

    You won’t see any of the bad behavior you perhaps saw in other public protests — this is a pretty respectful crowd, and I’ve never seen anything happen there that I wouldn’t want my 96 year old Grandma to witness. Just good old regular folks who aren’t happy with what they see in their government and interested in discussing policy alternatives that make more sense to them.

    It’s the left that behaves badly at things like this — the Tea Party Patriots are a far cry from the IMF protests, Code Pink and all that sort of stuff.

  60. Anonymous said on 5 Apr 2010 at 10:47 pm:
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    Wow glad to see some of us are starting to see the light on the developer cheap houseing connection. Maybe our state attorny can help us in pwc clear out some of these 14 people family member households the republican party wants to keep for there developer friends. Tell me something, Who ran congress, was the president, and which party was in controll of our county when these illegals came here? Do you really believe that they have our interest at heart? Sucker! lol

  61. Citizen12 said on 5 Apr 2010 at 11:17 pm:
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    Second Amendment March in Washington, D.C.

    When: April 19, 2010 (10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)
    Where: Washington Monument grounds, Washington, D.C.


    STATE MARCH: April 12th, State Capitol (Richmond, VA) at the Bell Tower 2-3p.m.


  62. Greg L said on 5 Apr 2010 at 11:26 pm:
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    Anon, and who is trying to encourage more illegal aliens now by proposing amnesty that is proven to encourage more illegal aliens? The “R” side has their faults on this, particularly with big business, but the other side is trying to sell us out wholesale to the illegal alien lobby just as fast as they can.

    Just look at Montgomery County, Maryland.

  63. Al said on 6 Apr 2010 at 7:09 am:
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    Greg, thanks. What time?

  64. Al said on 6 Apr 2010 at 10:56 am:
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    Never mind, found it on the Tax Day Tea Party website. I’ll be in the crowd.

    City: Woodbridge, VA
    When: April 15, from 12pm to 2pm
    Where: Next to Prince William Parkway on the grounds of the McCoart Administration Center, 1 County Complex Ct
    Contact: 703-494-3921

  65. Big Dog said on 6 Apr 2010 at 11:37 am:
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    Note that this year’s GA resolved many of their fiscal issues
    by throwing them on the back of local government.

    For example, they extended the time state prisoners stay
    in local jails before being moved to state facilities and cut
    the state per diem allocation fifty percent - to $12.
    Our local delegates and senators talk big about law and order
    and locking up the bad guys, but short change us when
    it comes time to pay the bills.

  66. ... said on 6 Apr 2010 at 5:14 pm:
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    “Morale of the story is to be proactive and make your thoughts known about the rule of law in this country and county.”

    I’ve had good success with calling landlords and informing them as to what their tenants are up to. Most realize that people moving in who aren’t on the lease is a huge recipe for trouble–just for the fact that if they have to evict, if they don’t list EVERYONE who is living there on the paperwork, it delays the process.

  67. citizenofmanassas said on 14 Apr 2010 at 6:25 am:
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    Fairfax County provided money to groups that support illegals.


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