Skip to comments.Pro-Illegal Alien Website threatens Minutemen
Posted on 02/27/2006 4:52:29 AM PST by X918
Casa de Maryland, a taxpayer funded group that assists illegal immigrants, has made a public threat to the children of the grassroots Minuteman Civil Defense Corps that have made headlines since last fall monitoring day labor centers in the Washington DC area.
An article published yesterday by the Sean Sands of Maryland Community Newspapers Online quoted Casa de Marylands Executive Director Gustavo Torres saying We are going to picket their houses, and the schools of their kids and go to their work. If they are going to do this to us, we are going to respond in the same way, to let people know their neighbors are extremists, that they are anti-immigrant. They are going to hear from us.
......rest of story:
Illegal Immigrant Allies Threaten Children of Border Security Group
Notice they call their website ,"House of Maryland", refering to their shelter.
This Gustovo is a real swine.I got news for you Torres,Illegals HAVE NO RIGHTS.
yotagri at casamd.org
The missing word is ILLEGAL, as in "ILLEGAL immigrant".
Will email our gov about this group- Maryland is Vermont of the Mid Atlantic but has strong Repub hold out on Our Eastern shore.
I saw that. I have to look into that one. That really chaps my ass.
At times I think that this country deserves to be overrun with illegals, then subverted by muslims and converted into an Islamic theocracy.
This will very likely eventually turn violent.
When it gets to the point where the illegals have their own lobby, We are past the point of no return. At this time, there are more illegals in this country than Blacks. This should bother ALL the people who are legal citizens of this country.
called Gustavo- left message that threats against citizens of Maryland are not taken lightly.
Executive Director Gustavo Torres saying We are going to picket their houses,...
Hey, cut the grass while your out there.
Now you went and did it!
People think I'm crazy laughing like I did reading that this early in the morning.
Who in the state government is responsible for giving them money? Can someone do some research?
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We are going the way of Rome.
In 50 years or less, when the illegal alien Mexicans and their cohorts take over the Southwest, and then perhaps the nation, it will no longer have what they crossed the border for, but instead will be an overgrown version of the turd-world Mexico they fled.