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Yes, Chuck Colgan, We Do Have Illegal Aliens Here

By Greg L | 14 October 2011 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 27 Comments

Despite the strident assertions of Senator Chuck Colgan, there actually are illegal aliens in Prince William County.  Prince William County Police announced this evening the arrest of twelve people in the county that were part of a Mexican drug cartel, with local law enforcement agencies, ICE, the DEA and the FBI participating in the investigation.  I suppose this is another instance of illegal aliens doing the jobs that American citizens refuse to do.

Illegal aliens killing nuns driving to church on a Sunday morning.  Mexican drug cartels operating in Prince William County.  Chuck, when are you going to wake up that your constituents lives are at risk because of a problem you refuse to acknowledge even exists?

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  1. Maureen said on 15 Oct 2011 at 6:12 am:
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    Well, if we flip the senate we’ll see if the GA really will do something about illegal immigration. There were quite a few republicans in the senate that let illegal immigration bills dies along with almost all of the democrats.

    Americans in Alabama are actually filling the jobs that the illegals left open when they took off after the new law was passed. this has happened everywhere when illegals get too uncomfortable and have to move on.

    If all 50 states passed these kind of laws they would have to leave the USA. That is called deportTion through attrition. What a concept!

  2. Maureen said on 15 Oct 2011 at 6:14 am:
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    Typing on my phone. Sorry about the spelling errors.

  3. Gone said on 15 Oct 2011 at 3:47 pm:
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    I came home Tuesday from work and noticed someone hiding behind my grill looking through my side door (fenced in yard) looking at my wife through the blinds. I grabbed my .45 out of the glove compartment and got out. He saw me and darted across the yard behind the shed. I went wide and raised my pistol and the guy was wedged between the back of the shed and my fence. I said “You need to come down now” and he said in broken English “sorry, sorry” and jumped over. I took off for the front of my yard and saw him running full sprint towards Lomond drive. I jumped into my truck and tried to catch him, but he went through the woods and I lost him. As I puled into my yard a few neighbors came up. One of them told me this same guy had been in their yard a few days earlier and his daughters bike disappeared. The other neighbor had all three of his children’s bikes stolen a week before.
    I was told by the one neighbor that his daughter had seen him in my back yard and went to get him, so he came down trying to catch him as well. He told me that he believe that he lives in one of the illegal alien flophouses a few streets over. When that flop house opened things started to disappear in the neighborhood.
    I know I scared him badly and hopefully he will not be back, but I shudder to think about what might have happened if I had not pulled up when I did, and what his true intentions were.

  4. Ken Reynolds said on 15 Oct 2011 at 6:43 pm:
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    If you “Help Save Manassas” and the laughable “Rule of Law” folks (its a rule of outlaws—trying to enforce immigration laws at the local level——-duh, isnt that unconstitutional oh great scholars of the Constitution!!! Anyway, we all know there are criminal aliens around……so, start picking up everyone is sight that has a foreign accent. The damn pickup of the cartel IS EXACTLY WHERE WE SHOULD BE PUTTING OUR RESOURCES……THE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES WERE NOT WASTING THEIR TIME, OUR TAX DOLLARS…..ON STREET PEOPLE, THEY FOUND THE CRIMINALS AND PUT THEM OUT OF BUSINESS. Did the Rule of Law midgets have anything to do with this?? NADA

  5. Ken Reynolds said on 15 Oct 2011 at 6:49 pm:
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    Maureen, you are sooooo wrong me dear!!! It is not up to the states to pass a bunch of idiotic laws against The Accenteds…….that would be illegal too……….we need to fund and support the agencies that are going after the bad guys………and not beat up Juan the Chicken Plucker……the agencies obviously did a great job here…….and our local minions and the ‘rule of law’ resolution did not have a damn thing to do with it!!!

  6. Maureen said on 15 Oct 2011 at 7:51 pm:
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    Ken don’t tell me I’m wrong. The Feds work with state and local agencies all the time why shouldn’t it work the other way around.

    We need to start impounding cars when people drive without a liscense.

    Are you against Americans doing the jobs illegals do? What are illegal aliens doing if they aren’t working? How are they supporting themselves?

    There are a lot of laws we could pass or enforce that would make illegal aliens leave.

    Are you saying that you see nothing wrong with breaking the law?

  7. Maureen said on 15 Oct 2011 at 8:03 pm:
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    BTW- 287g ia a federal program that grants local law enforcement agencies the right to enforce immigration laws. So maybe if we can get 287g state wide it would scare the illegal alien population enough to leave.

    I know some illegal aliens and they do not really like this country. They are here to give their kids a “free” education. Which is “free” on mine and every other taxpaying citizens dime.

  8. The_REAL_Elvis said on 15 Oct 2011 at 8:16 pm:
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    Should have tarred and feathered the guy..that would have given a warning to the other illegals lurking around the neighborhood to stay away.

  9. Cromagnum said on 16 Oct 2011 at 10:50 pm:
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    I met Chuck Colgan at the Train Festival this year. I saw the name, otherwise I would have thought he was an old drunk man who could not cobble 2 sentences together. He couldn’t even figure out what the Tea Party was.

    He’s not much of a Senator now, and probably needs to enjoy the last years of retirement.

    Wake Up, Shake Up - 2011

  10. Former Officer said on 17 Oct 2011 at 4:28 am:
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    Cromagnum: You are way off base with this comment. Don’t like the man for his politics if you wish but no need for this. I’ve known Sen. Colgan for many years (Yes, I’m a repub) and he is a well spoken man. I may not always agree with his politics but I also don’t always agree with the republicans either. Your assessment of him was false and you know it.

  11. BristowBristling said on 17 Oct 2011 at 8:08 am:
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    Geez Cromagnum. No need to be so nasty. If we don’t die first, we are all going to age. Although, like Former Officer, I may not agree with his politics the Senator has served many years and has done much good in the past for PWC. So, if you don’t care for him, don’t vote for him. Tell us about the bills he’s introduced, supported, and not supported to show your point. But, I personally feel your comment, “otherwise I would have thought he was an old drunk man who could not cobble 2 sentences together.” is mean spirited.

  12. Jack said on 17 Oct 2011 at 8:59 am:
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    Ken, are you really trying to say that state and local government should not be able to enforce federal laws?

  13. Robert L. Duecaster said on 17 Oct 2011 at 9:31 am:
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    State and local government officials are not able to enforce federal laws unless the law gives them the authority to do so, as it does in Section 287g of the so-called Immigration Reform Act (Reagan’s amnesty) of 1986.

    However, there are other laws that should be enacted and others already on the books that are not enforced that are within the state’s purview. For example, Virginia has a law on the books requiring school officials to require to see a birth certificate upon enrollment of a student, and, if none is produced, to report that failure to local law enforcement. This never happens.

    Regulation of a state’s labor laws has always been a state concern. There’s no constitutional argument that holds water against the passage of an E-verify bill, requiring employers to use that data base when hiring workers to verify the validity of a social security number. Yet year after year, the Republican controlled VA senate rules committee refuses to allow such bills out of committee to be voted on by the entire state senate.

    While enforcement of federal law by state/local officials is not authorized unless specifically allowed, throwing up your hands and saying, “It’s a federal problem, we can’t do anything about it,” is a cop out by the aiders and abettors of illegal aliens. Something can be done about the problem. But like alcoholism, a community has to first recognize it has the problem.

    Senator Colgan has refused to recognize the problem. In that regard, he strongly resembles an alcoholic.

  14. Jack said on 17 Oct 2011 at 3:05 pm:
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    I beg to differ, Robert. The federal government is a creation of the States. Unless the Constitution specifically forbids the States from enforcing federal law (please show me the applicable section of the Constitution, if you believe that), then they retain the Power to do that.

  15. Robert L. Duecaster said on 17 Oct 2011 at 4:30 pm:
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    Beg as you will, Jack, you’re wrong. Start first with the supremacy clause (in Article VI, I believe, but I could be wrong). Then google it and read some of the leading cases interpreting it.

  16. Independent Thinker said on 17 Oct 2011 at 5:23 pm:
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    Mr. Duecaster, did you have an error in your post? Did you mean to say democratic controlled senate and not republican?

  17. Jack said on 17 Oct 2011 at 6:08 pm:
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    The Supremacy Clause reads, “This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, anything in the constitution or laws of any state to the contrary notwithstanding.”

    Does that say that the States cannot enforce federal law? Does it say that the States cannot make laws that are more strict than the federal laws?

  18. Maureen said on 17 Oct 2011 at 9:23 pm:
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    The republicans in the Seante are just as guilty as the democrats are I’m not allowing bills to get to the floor for a vote.

    I have testified at several hearings with both present and you should hear what both political factions have to say. One senate republican Emmet Hanger even introduced a version of the dream act. Couple if years ago.

  19. Maureen said on 17 Oct 2011 at 9:25 pm:
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    Wow iPhones just don’t cut it when trying to post! Sorry people!!!

  20. ArmyVeteran said on 18 Oct 2011 at 9:11 am:
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    Chuck Colgan said he would not support illegal aliens in his last political campaign and after his re-election, he promptly blocked every bill against illegal aliens. That is why the Commonwealth of Virginia has such a terrible and expensive problem with illegal aliens. Chuck has also been consistent in supporting every Obama-like Democrat bill brought before the Virginia Senate. He has brought state revenue to Prince William County - but his blind commitment to the Democratic Party has also brought destruction of Prince William County communities, expanding illegal alien presence in our schools, increased burden to our police, fire, hospital and social services. Retaining Chuck Colgan in office comes at a high price for all of Virginia. He is out of step with the voters, but in step with Obama.

  21. Robert L. Duecaster said on 18 Oct 2011 at 10:07 am:
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    Thanks for the catch Ind.Thinker. Unfortunately, some senate Republicans are as remiss as the Democrats in their failure to address the illegal alien invasion problem.

    Jack: States and localities are fighting an uphill battle when they legislate in an area that the federal govt has taken control of. You need to look at the courts’ decisions in the AZ SB 1070 case, the 3rd Circuit’s decision in the Hazleton case, and a few others to get a feel for how the Supremacy Clause is interpreted when states legislate in an area covered by federal law. There’s not much wiggle room for them. Some, not much.

  22. Jack said on 18 Oct 2011 at 2:12 pm:
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    When the Supremacy Clause is MISinterpreted.

  23. Robert L. Duecaster said on 18 Oct 2011 at 3:14 pm:
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    Cain and the others Republican candidates will probably address the illegal immigration issue tonight in their debate at 8 PM on CNBC.

    I hope Cain sticks with his electrified fence idea. A mild shock is good enough to keep my horses and dogs on the right side of the fence. It should work for illegal invaders. Might as well try. Nothing else seems to work.

  24. Holly said on 18 Oct 2011 at 4:04 pm:
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    Federal immigration officials say they won’t interfere with the work-release sentence of an illegal immigrant who drove drunk the wrong way on a Milwaukee freeway for five miles and collided with at least one car.

    When Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Jeffrey Wagner recently sentenced Armando Rodriguez-Benitez to 11 months at the county jail with work-release privileges, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke protested strongly. He alerted the U.S. Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement in the hopes that Rodriguez-Benitez would be deported immediately.

    But that won’t happen.

    Instead, the sheriff is now calling for immigration reform.


    “We’ve been trying to deal with the death of Matthew, day to day, and then we get hit with this,” Maureen Maloney said outside her Milford, Mass. home Sunday.

    Her son, 23-year-old Matthew Denice, was riding his motorcycle in Milford on August 20, when a pickup truck hit him and dragged him a quarter of a mile. The driver, 34-year-old Nicolas Guaman, is charged with vehicular homicide and drunk driving. Police say he is an illegal immigrant.

    The key witness in the case, Luis Acosta, was a passenger in the pickup truck. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials thought Acosta might be an illegal immigrant and released him with a GPS monitoring device.

    The victim’s family said that when Acosta failed to show up to testify before the grand jury, police learned from ICE officials that Acosta had removed the bracelet and was believed to have left the country for Ecuador.

    “I think this was big, losing this key witness and having days go by and nobody was notified,” said Maloney.

    Michael Maloney, Maureen’s husband and Matthew’s stepfather, is disappointed as well.

    “You’re supposed to have faith and trust in somebody and now we don’t,” he said.

    The family said that if ICE had contacted Milford police immediately and told them Acosta had removed the bracelet, police would have been able to take him into custody, because they met with Acosta face to face two days after he’s believed to have cut off the device.

    The family has contacted their congressman, Richard Neal. They are hoping to get some answers as to how this happened. Still, Maureen Maloney put this incident into perspective as only a grieving parent could.

    “All this is minor compared to the loss of my son,” said Maloney


    The above cases show states making their own laws without any problems from Team Obama…

  25. Anonymous said on 19 Oct 2011 at 9:35 pm:
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    D.C. Mayor Orders Police Not to Check Immigration Statuses, Even in Arrests
    The nation’s capital has officially become the latest safe haven for illegal immigrants.

    District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray on Wednesday signed an executive order instructing police officers not to question people about their immigration status — even people who are arrested on other matters — unless immigration status is directly related to a criminal investigation.

    “This executive order ensures public safety by ensuring that our police resources are deployed wisely and our immigrant communities feel safe cooperating with those who are sworn to protect them,” Gray said in a statement.

    “The district is home to thousands of immigrants,” he added. “If they are afraid to cooperate with authorities on criminal investigations because they fear it might endanger their presence in the United States or the presence of a loved one, then it endangers their public safety and that of our entire city.”

    Although district officials say the order only confirms a longstanding policy, critics still blasted the move.

    “This is an abomination,” said Corey Stewart, the Republican chairman-at-large of Prince William County of Virginia, which is about 25 miles south of D.C…


    This is Washington DC, the capital city, providing sanctuary for illegal aliens. AG Eric Holder has his hands on this.

    Napolitano: DHS Authorizing Illegal Aliens to Work in U.S.


    Joe Biden has made a lot of noise lately about the new Fed “Jobs” bill being needed to prevent rape and robbery.

    Won’t it be great when the feds can buy, own and direct your local PD? Robbed or raped by an illegal alien? Reporting the crime could get you a hate crime charge.

    Can’t wait for DC to start hiring illegal aliens as cops. The excuse will be that the “community” is demanding the “safety” of cops who are “linguistically and culturally credible”.

    Joe Biden has made a lot of noise lately about the new “Jobs” bill being needed to prevent rape and robbery.

  26. Cynic said on 20 Oct 2011 at 12:32 pm:
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    Somewhat interesting!

  27. Pat said on 26 Oct 2011 at 2:12 pm:
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    Cromagnum - your comment regarding Chuck Colgan as being a drunk is simply not true, is offensive, and shows your own low esteem.

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