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Amnesty Crowd Gathers In Centreville

By Greg L | 31 May 2010 | Fairfax County, Illegal Aliens | 24 Comments

I’m getting word that Democrats intend to pack the meeting in Centreville designed to promote the idea that an official day laborer center should be established there.  Can you imagine any policy that would be more detrimental to minority and young workers — those that traditionally vote for Democratic candidates — than to support flooding the labor market with illegal aliens? How are new entrants to the labor market supposed to compete with cheap illegal alien labor and still make a living?

Here’s the details on tomorrow’s meeting:

THERE WILL BE A PUBLIC MEETING ON JUNE 1, 2010 7:00 PM AT CENTRE RIDGE ELEMENTARY, 14400 NEW BRADDOCK ROAD, CENTREVILLE, VA 20121, TO DISCUSS A PROPOSAL BY THE CENTREVILLE SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER TO LOCATE A TRAILER IN THE BACK PART OF THE CENTER AS A GATHERING SPOT FOR THE DAY LABORERS PRESENTLY GATHERING ALONG THE PUBLIC ROADS AND NEAR THE LIBRARY.

THIS MEETING WILL BE HOSTED BY SULLY DISTRICT SUPERVISOR MICHAEL FREY TO OBTAIN PUBLIC INPUT ON THE PROPOSAL. REPRESENTATIVES OF THE TWO SHOPPING CENTERS, ALONG WITH FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE AND OFFICIALS WILL ALSO BE PRESENT. THE COMMUNITY IS WELCOME TO ATTEND AND PARTICIPATE IN THE DISCUSSION.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 703-814-7100.

If you live in the Centreville area, you need to be at this. If you’re represented by Michael Frey, you definitely need to be at this meeting.

The solution to this problem is actually very simple: ENFORCE THE LAW!



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24 Comments

  1. enough is enough said on 31 May 2010 at 8:55 pm:
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    Why do people vote democratic, knowing that they are getting their knees chopped out from under them?

    Who knows.

    Why do some blacks gravitate towards islam when it is pretty clear that muslims were very heavily involved in selling them into slavery?

    Who knows.

    But they do. Our job, as patriotic Americans, is to do all we can do to make sure they don’t fuck OUR lives up.

  2. Anonymous said on 31 May 2010 at 9:37 pm:
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    Flood the nation with cheap labor by illegal aliens and then complain when the inevitable happens: American kids can’t get the low-paid/entry jobs they have held for the past 245 years.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/06/01/business/01jobs.html?hp

    My neighbor has a thirty something son who runs a small construction/home improvement/ jack-of -all trades company. Last year, this guy drove all the way from Virginia to Texas to pick up the girlfriend and daughter(crossed the border and were stranded in some group house) of one of his regular day laborers.

    This year the construction company guy is pissed. Instead of getting a loyal worker who owed him big time for reuniting his family, he ended up getting his credit card stolen and charged up with thousands by the illegal worker… who then promptly vanished.

  3. Anon said on 1 Jun 2010 at 2:32 am:
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    @Anonymous–Your neighbor’s son has obviously never read The Scorpion and the Frog.

  4. hazegray said on 1 Jun 2010 at 5:34 am:
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    From the Washington Post (note the Republican supporter):

    At first, a Northern Virginia developer’s plan to build a gathering place for immigrant day laborers seemed like a simple solution for a local problem. But as the national immigration debate continues to ramp up, the idea of erecting a double-wide work center in Centreville — privately funded and staffed by church volunteers — is facing increased scrutiny from those on both sides of the debate.

    Albert J. Dwoskin, once described as the region’s “shopping center king” and a longtime Democratic Party donor, last month proposed setting up a trailer behind his Centreville Square Shopping Center as a de facto work center for about 50 Guatemalan day laborers who for years have sought construction and landscaping jobs near the stores and the adjacent Centreville Public Library. Fairfax County Supervisor Michael R. Frey (R-Sully) has supported the plan, and a group of churches, calling itself the Centreville Immigration Forum, has offered to staff the facility.

  5. Citizen12 said on 1 Jun 2010 at 8:43 am:
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    Far be it from the humble masses to have an issue with government support in circumventing the private sector temporary labor industry, enabling a non regulated volunteer group to operate as an unlicensed go between which provides no oversight and has no liability to anyone. One would guess it is only heartless racists who view such things from this perspective.

    Once again the Washington Post intentionally gets it wrong, or should I say RED. It is not an immigration debate but a criminal issue. First the invader commits a crime by illegally crossing the border and then our elected representatives commit a crime by interfering with the enforcement of the law.

    It would be interesting to see if these same elected representatives were as sympathetic if someone were to break into their home, eat their food, sleep in their beds, take their car, wreck it then bail and help themselves to whatever is in their bank account.

    One can only assume they sleep better knowing they have saved us all from such tragedy by paying these people off with our tax dollars and a hook-up with some “undocumented” earnings.

  6. Upset in Centreville said on 1 Jun 2010 at 10:14 am:
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    Delegate Hugo is really trying to rally the troops for tonight … I received an email from him yesterday regarding his opposition to the meeting and he was also on WMAL this morning …

  7. Cynic said on 1 Jun 2010 at 11:01 am:
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    Illegals had a significant impact of bringing down the Roman Empire; illegals are having a significant impact on bringing down the USA.

    Much air time being devoted to this issue. Chris Plante is devoting an entire segment to it.

  8. G Man said on 1 Jun 2010 at 11:15 am:
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    What does Herrity have to say about this center?

  9. Cynic said on 1 Jun 2010 at 11:39 am:
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    The Scorpion and the Frog -

    Guy is lucky; he is still alive. Many citizens who have had dealings with these illegals not only were robbed but also ended up “croaked”!

    The “volunteer staff” who is staffing this illegal operation - to whom will they report?

  10. Sanford Horn said on 1 Jun 2010 at 11:59 am:
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    Tried and failed in Herndon. Learn from history.

    There is much talk about the need for these “workers” to the jobs Americans won’t do. The reason Americans won’t do these jobs is that they are spoiled and have been sold on the idea that they are better than doing hard, manual labor and would rather sit at home playing video games milking their parents for as long as possible and the parents who allow it and convince their children they are better than all this.

  11. Dittyman8 said on 1 Jun 2010 at 1:04 pm:
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    @ Sanford Horn:

    Maybe there’s a better reason why Americans won’t take those jobs, like most of them don’t provide a living wage for a middle-class American. It’s easy to pay an illegal alien next to nothing when they have nothing in comparison. Of ocurse, that furthers the depression of wages here in the U.S.

  12. Jack said on 1 Jun 2010 at 1:48 pm:
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    Maybe Americans won’t do those jobs because they make more money on unemployment.

  13. Cynic said on 1 Jun 2010 at 2:54 pm:
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    To all those who will be attending this Hearing/Meeting on the Day Laborer Center.

    I wish all of you who opposed the Center total success. Kill the proposal!

  14. hazegray said on 1 Jun 2010 at 3:29 pm:
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    Dittyman8 said on 1 Jun 2010 at 1:04 pm: Flag comment

    Maybe there’s a better reason why Americans won’t take those jobs, like most of them don’t provide a living wage for a middle-class American.

    Dittyman8,
    I must have entirely missed the part of the Constitution that says all Americans are automatically entitled to start in the middle-class, and as I recall even the Declaration only says we are “entitled” to life, liberty and the “pursuit” of happiness — no promise we’ll attain it. I once dug ditches myself and lived in a rented room (eating peanut butter sandwiches because it was all I could afford), had two children who waited tables in the 90s to earn $$$ for college, and have a friend whose NoVa housepainting business has been adversely impacted by those of us who would rather break the law and get it cheaper.
    Bottom line: I find your reasoning unpersuasive….

  15. Sanford Horn said on 1 Jun 2010 at 3:46 pm:
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    JACK, sadly, you are correct about your assessment that unemployment payments are a reason people won’t get off their duffs and seek gainful employment. In Michigan a report indicated a growing number of landscapers turning down work and asking for deferred starts dates in order to continue collecting unemployment which pays near the working wage for those jobs. It is shameful. Unemployment should not be near as much as even minimum wage and people need to learn how to save for the unfortunate event that should find themselves out of work.

    HAZEGRAY, you are also right on the mark that the Constitution does not guarantee a person a middle wage job, a four bedroom house with a three car garage and a country club membership. All men were created equally. What we do from there is what makes a world of difference. Sounds like you did a fine job raising your children.

  16. Anonymous said on 1 Jun 2010 at 5:45 pm:
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    Private property… Private money… Volunteer staff… No proof the day laborers are illegal… A lot of inferences without proof… So why care? I thought private, local solutions were a conservative value.

  17. Cynic said on 1 Jun 2010 at 6:12 pm:
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    Anonymous said on 1 Jun 2010 at 5:45 pm:

    “No proof the day laborers are illegal…”

    How much money would you bet that most of them
    are legal and have green cards?

  18. Herndon Bob said on 1 Jun 2010 at 6:39 pm:
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    Anonymous said on 1 Jun 2010 at 5:45 pm:

    You might want to check out the latest Fairfax County Day Labor Survey at:

    http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dsm/publications/reports/daylaborreport04.pdf

    Fairfax County uses the term Undocumented Worker in all of its studies.

    On page 15 you will find that 84.7 percent of Day Laborers lack proper documentation.

    It would be interesting to have the Formal Site use E-Verify for verification purposes.

  19. citizenofmanassas said on 1 Jun 2010 at 8:26 pm:
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    Of course this illegal alien center is not needed, there are plenty of temp agencies that people can visit in order to find jobs. I would ask what other laws the developer breaks? Does he used substandard building supplies? Does he pay off inspectors?

  20. red, white and blue said on 1 Jun 2010 at 8:43 pm:
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    They already have a “ailin’ center”. It’s called the United States of America run by the gutless politicians, for the most part, who encourage the continuation of this practice. God bless Arizona for having the sense to say, “enough is enough”. Now that ball must keep rolling to ensure we close the “ailin’ center”.
    In the meantime, it is nice to do good things to help those in need but helping illegals is not helping our country and is supporting the contiuation of this illegal activity. I have yet to see any of the illegal supporters and the associated groups condemn the criminal activity from rape to murder to gangs by the illegals. Funny how “do gooding” only works one way with them.

  21. Patty said on 1 Jun 2010 at 9:29 pm:
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    Michael Frey = RINO

    Time to go RINO hunting for those in Centreville.

    So when is this illegal alien supporter up for re-election? Hopefully someone will challenge him for the Republican nomination or better yet run as an Independent TEA party candidate.

  22. Anonymous said on 1 Jun 2010 at 9:57 pm:
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    “Obama Asks Supreme Court To Ax Ariz. Employer Sanction Law”

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2010/jun/obama-asks-supreme-court-ax-ariz-employer-sanction-law

    If AZ decides to genuinely punish businesses for hiring illegal aliens, the work environment for illegal’s will be toxic and they will move elswhere. As more and more states echo AZ law, the illegals will probably go home. It would be a process. Bye-Bye illegal’s. And Obama will be forced to say Bye-Bye undocumented democrats….

  23. Tobias Jodter said on 1 Jun 2010 at 10:13 pm:
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    Michael Frey’s Sully District seat on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisor’s will be up for election on Nov. 8, 2011. As of right now he has no Republican challenger.

  24. Anonymous said on 4 Jun 2010 at 7:31 pm:
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    Let us flood the country with cheap educated professional labor and see how it goes? There will not be to many ” I worked hard for my education types and deserve 90k a year with three vacations a year republicans any more who snear at a US citizen who made 20 an hour not wanting a landscaping job for 8 an hour types when there wage gets cut in half”. A true test of a man is when he is confronted by trials and tribulation than one who speaks how one must act during that time. I wish greg will get it and figure out that 70% of americans support Arizona and quit saying dems are the ones for it! Hard core Utah republicans want illegals here for there hog plants! That is a fact. Check it greg.

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