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By Greg L | 19 July 2010 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 13 Comments

Supervisor Marty Nohe provided some commentary recently to the DC Examiner lately about CASA de Maryland venturing into political operations, offering only a mild commentary that political contributions by this organization that works to subvert federal law and support illegal aliens with taxpayer dollars should disclose their donations.  Funny how all he has to say that an entity engaged in the blatant disregard of the law should comply with campaign finance reform and tax laws.  Here was an opportunity to call out one of the most egregious supporters of illegal immigration, and all Marty has to say is they should incongruously follow the law in regards to their new political activities.

CASA de Maryland operates five day labor sites in Maryland and make no bones about how they support “undocumented immigrants.”  These operations along with their pretty lavish “community centers” rake in millions of taxpayer dollars from Maryland and the federal government which CASA uses to support and abet the unlawful presence of illegal aliens, which is a federal felony. Troubled by a disturbing level of gang violence, Montgomery County, MD by official edict doesn’t even report illegal aliens they arrest to federal authorities as federal law requires, but funds hangouts and employment centers for MS-13 gang-bangers and other illegal aliens through CASA.

Not content with simply subverting law, now they want to subvert what’s left of the political process there with a new political organization in our neighbor to the north, and all Marty Nohe has to say is this:

“They need to be transparent about how they raise their money,” said Prince William County Supervisor Marty Nohe, R-Coles. “It’d be hard to know for sure they aren’t raising money from illegitimate sources.”

How mild can one get?  It’ll be hard to know for sure whether the money CASA in Action spends to support or defeat candidates for office aren’t being funded by the Sinaloa Drug Cartel?  You’d think with the astonishing level of corruption already evident in Maryland politics Marty Nohe could at least express “concern” or perhaps “disappointment” that an organization founded for the purpose of subverting our laws by demanding drivers licenses for illegal aliens, an end to all enforcement of our immigration laws, and public funding for efforts to find jobs for illegal aliens who aren’t legally permitted to work in the United States is working to elect political candidates.

When one considers that Marty Nohe has lent support to people trying to overturn the Rule of Law in Prince William County and did yeoman’s work to protect the ‘right’ of illegal aliens to obtain business licenses in Prince William County, perhaps such tepid concern isn’t much of a surprise.  It’s still disappointing, though.  He does have an election starting to loom on the horizon, and I doubt the illegal alien vote is going to be all that substantial in 2011.  Usually politicians are a little smarter than this.

If you raise money even from legitimate sources but use those funds to support a criminal enterprise, wouldn’t the concern really be about the criminal enterprise, Marty?  Nice dodge of the real issue to shift focus to the minutae.  I suppose taxpayer dollars being used to fund campaigns that promote felonious behavior is okay, but if a criminal enterprise doesn’t report where they’re getting their funding from, that’s a problem.

Sheesh.  Coles could seriously use an upgrade in their political representation.

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  1. NoVA Scout said on 20 Jul 2010 at 5:30 am:
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    It sounds like you don’t disagree with Mr. Nohe. You just want his face to be redder, his voice a louder, his eyes to bulge our a little more, the veins on his forehead to show a little more definition, and a little more spittle to fly off his chin when he discusses certain groups. My recommendation is to take the statement at face value. Is there a need for more transparency about the funding of this group? If so, you and he are in agreement. If you think we have enough knowledge of where the funds come from, then the two of you have an issue to debate.

  2. what crap said on 20 Jul 2010 at 5:43 am:
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    Whats the difference between Nohe and our other elected leaders? The illegals exist here only because they are allowed to. They are allowed to because of dirty politicians.

    Oh, they wave their hands and pat each other on the back for stopping in state tuition - big deal. Thats tantamount to killing a couple of flies feasting on the huge pile of excrement someone dumped in your living room.

    When are the politician’s best friends - those who employ the illegals and attract them here - going to go to jail?

    A good guess is never.

  3. Austin said on 20 Jul 2010 at 6:41 am:
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    Just want to remind your readers that Casa de Maryland and our local CASA are two different things.

    Our CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates and works to help neglected and abused children.

    Casa de Maryland works for a obviously different cause.

  4. Cynic said on 20 Jul 2010 at 3:03 pm:
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    Casa de Maryland is a left wing hate group that defends and supports illegals and other unlawful activities in Maryland.

  5. june bug said on 20 Jul 2010 at 4:04 pm:
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    Maybe if Marty can’t be an American and show disgust on the many things that are so Un-american, there is a great need to elect a new Supervisor from Coles District.

    Marty has never really stood up for the Americans and what is Right for our Country.He has never or almost never been on the correct side of an Issue. Then when he starts to Pout because he didn’t get his way, he wants to revote so he can change his vote.

    This is not a leader.He’s not even a follower of what is right for his constituents.

    He is not sure how to answer a constituents question, so he just goes along with a non-responsive answer that makes no sence.

  6. Get Bullwinkle! said on 21 Jul 2010 at 12:04 am:
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    Mr. Nohe like cow. Cow not do anything to get anyone angry, just try to make everyone happy by giving milk. One day cow no longer have milk to give and turns into beef meat. That is Mr. Nohe now.

    Time now to take Nohe to butcher at election. He serve no purpose anymore other than give communist filmmakers reliable interviews of communist party line. You want communist mouthpiece Mr. Principi doing fine job of that with Great Leap Forward stimulus that help his company pay his salary. That very amusing.

    We have enough communists already. Mr. Principi fun for laughing at, Mr. Nohe have no reason for being representative on board since everything amusing come from Mr. Principi now anyways.

    Mr. Nohe need go back to buying stolen house appliance for refurbishment that get sold to illegal aliens who do stealing in first place. Nice little business, like pawn shop only for dishwasher and refrigerator and such things. Maybe Mr. Nohe also do scrap copper so he can make money on that also. Much better than being comedy for board of supervisors, since his comedy not so funny, but sad.

  7. Anonymous said on 21 Jul 2010 at 8:30 am:
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    The “CASA” in CASA de Maryland stands for “Central American Solidarity Association”.

    Cynic said :

    “Casa de Maryland is a left wing hate group that defends and supports illegals and other unlawful activities in Maryland.”

    IOW Solidarity = Subversives

    Central American Subversives Association

    “…The Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, headed by Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez, took the lead in prepping the legal brief against Arizona. The son of immigrants from the Dominican Republic, Perez is a far-left lawyer and activist who worked for the late mass illegal alien amnesty champion Ted Kennedy and served in the Clinton administration DOJ. While holding down a key government position there in which he was entrusted to abide by the rule of law, Perez volunteered for CASA de Maryland — a notorious illegal alien advocacy group funded through a combination of taxpayer-subsidized grants and radical liberal philanthropy, including billionaire George Soros’ Open Society Institute (not to mention more than $1 million showered on the group by Venezuelan thug Hugo Chavez’s regime-owned oil company, CITGO).

    Perez rose from CASA de Maryland volunteer to president of the group’s board of directors. Under the guise of enhancing the “multicultural” experience, he crusaded for an ever-expanding set of illegal alien benefits ranging from in-state tuition discounts for illegal alien students to driver’s licenses. CASA de Maryland opposes enforcement of deportation orders, has protested post-9/11 coordination of local, state and national criminal databases, and produced a “know your rights” propaganda pamphlet for illegal aliens depicting federal immigration agents as armed bullies making babies cry.

    In 2006, CASA de Maryland threatened to protest at the schools of children whose parents belonged to the pro-immigration enforcement group Minuteman Project — and then headed into the Montgomery County, Md., public schools to recruit junior amnesty protesters who were offered school credits for traveling with CASA de Maryland to march on Washington.

    As a former Maryland resident, I got to see Perez’s militant friends and colleagues in action. I watched CASA de Maryland President Gustavo Torres (who met with President Obama last week) complain that motor vehicle administration officials have “absolutely no right to ask for people’s Social Security number or immigration status to get a driver’s license.” I stood among CASA de Maryland grievance-mongers who shouted, “No license, no justice! No justice, no peace!” while playing the race card against naturalized Americans and legal immigrants who opposed the illegal alien welfare state.

    Perez himself derided secure-borders citizen activists as “xenophobes,” but denied painting the grassroots immigration enforcement movement as racist. Questioned by GOP Sen. Jeff Sessions during his Obama DOJ confirmation hearing last year about the illegal alien rights guide produced by CASA de Maryland, Perez grudgingly stated that “the Civil Rights Division must not act in contravention to valid enforcement actions of our federal immigration laws.” But “act(ing) in contravention” is exactly what the Civil Rights Division is doing in spearheading the challenge to Arizona’s valid enforcement actions of our federal immigration law.

    Perez, Attorney General Eric Holder and the rest of the open-borders DOJ team have invoked a “preemption” doctrine based on the U.S. Constitution’s supremacy clause to attack Arizona’s anti-illegal immigration measure and oppose local and state enforcement of federal immigration laws. Never mind that the Arizona law was drafted scrupulously to comply with all federal statutes and the Constitution….”


  8. Citizen12 said on 21 Jul 2010 at 6:32 pm:
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    The usual suspects - tax exempt foudations supporting anti american groups

    The success of the centers earned Torres a trip to China last fall, courtesy of the Ford Foundation,…….

    What everyone knows but politicians are afraid to admit

    “CASA is the problem. If CASA wasn’t here, there would be a lot less crime and gang problems in Maryland,” says Botwin. “I consider him a ‘domestic terrorist.’”

    Don’t let the fact that it works get in the way of obedience to the progressive high command…….

    WOODBRIDGE, Va. (AP) - Prince William County Police Chief Charlie Deane says only 2 of the 89 people questioned about their citizenship or immigration status were found to be in the country legally during the first month of increased illegal immigration enforcement in the county.

    each day they are allowed to continue the endless argument and delay action thousands more cross over our borders..If they were rounded up and sent back what would they need to raise funds for??

  9. Citizen12 said on 21 Jul 2010 at 6:34 pm:
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  10. Cynic said on 21 Jul 2010 at 11:01 pm:
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    Who says Maryland is soft on illegals?

    Probably came here to work. Now his presence in Maryland as an illegal has been reported to Homeland Security by the Police. Isn’t reporting him to HLS a violation of Maryland’s sanctuary policy? Will the Police be reprimanded for reporting him?


  11. anon said on 22 Jul 2010 at 3:55 pm:
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    Off the subject but when I tried to open bvbl.net, Bing came up with a whole pile of stuff including that the bvbl (this site is upfor sale.) Say it ain’t so!

  12. Cynic said on 23 Jul 2010 at 8:14 pm:
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    At what price?

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