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1 posted on 04/28/2006 6:51:50 AM PDT by XR7
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Hate to think what the figure might be here in California.

2 posted on 04/28/2006 6:56:01 AM PDT by ncountylee (Dead terrorists smell like victory)
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Yes, and my Mother, who is an 80 year old American citizen, and worked hard and paid taxes all her life, is having to pay for her own medical insurance.

3 posted on 04/28/2006 6:56:31 AM PDT by girlangler (I'd rather be fishing)
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Washington's faux-governor hasn't fixed its faux-accounting system, and Democrats are stealing money. What a surprise.

4 posted on 04/28/2006 6:58:04 AM PDT by kittymyrib
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If duly elected officials, under oath, are aiding anf abetting ILLEGALS to break the law, to obtain unauthorized government benefits using fraudulent documentation, and if elected and appointed officials did, in fact, allow illegals to break the law and allowed illegal access to government agencies, this might be a violation of the Hobbs Act. If elected officials took campaign contributions from illegal aliens, this could be characterized as extortion, and/or bribery, and a violation of the Hobbs Act.

The Hobbs Act was used recently to nail four TENN state legislators and their aides in an extortion scheme. The TENN group was arrested under the federal Hobbs Act, charging extortion, conspiracy to extort and attempted extortion, and accepting bribes as agents of the state. The Hobbs Act covers extortion by public officials, as follows: 2403 Hobbs Act -- Extortion By Force, Violence, or Fear

SOURCE October 1997 Criminal Resource Manual 2403

9-131.000 THE HOBBS ACT -- 18 U.S.C. § 1951
9-131.020 Investigative and Supervisory Jurisdiction

Primary investigative jurisdiction of offenses in 18 U.S.C. § 1951 lies with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The Inspector General's Office of Investigations, Division of Labor Racketeering (formerly the Office of Labor Racketeering), United States Department of Labor, is also authorized to investigate violations of 18 U.S.C. § 1951 in labor-management disputes involving the extortion of property from employers by reason of authority conferred on investigators as Special Deputy United States Marshals. Supervisory jurisdiction over 18 U.S.C. § 1951 is exercised by the following offices with respect to the offenses noted:

1. Extortion under color of official right or extortion by a public official through misuse of his/her office is supervised by the Public Integrity Section, Criminal Division.

2. Extortion and robbery in labor-management disputes is supervised by the Labor-Management Unit of the Organized Crime and Racketeering Section, Criminal Division.

3. All other extortion and robbery offenses not involving public officials or labor-management disputes are supervised by the Terrorism and Violent Crimes

Public officials on the government payroll misusing your tax dollars are engaged in fiduciary negligence and have placed the financial interests of tax-exempt investors and bondholders of your state's transportation and highway bonds, municipal school bonding, and utilities bonding, in jeopardy.

WHen elected officials ignore illegal aliens registering to vote using phony documentation, and ignored illegal aliens fraudulently voting on bond issues referenda, that might be classified as a felony, and could negate a state's school and municipal subdivisions' tax-exempt bond issues.

The SEC wants to know when the financial interests of tax-exempt bondholders have been jeopardized, and whether other illegalities occured. They should be advised of these concerns. EMAIL


Bonding agents, and banks, doing business with states and their municipal subdivisions are registered broker-dealers and members of the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) and the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC). NASD and SIPC should also be contacted regarding your concerns about fiduciary negligence, and use of tax funds for illegal activity.


Banks doing business with your municipalities that are conducting illegal activity are jeopardizing bank patrons, shareholders, and depositors and should be reported as follows:

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) is the primary federal regulator for national banks. The OCC's Customer Assistance Group is available to assist customers with questions or complaints concerning national banks. Email to

You can reach one of the OCC Customer Assistance Specialists by calling toll free number, 1-800-613-6743, Monday-Thursday, 9-4, and Friday 9-3.


Moreover, if banks excercised fiduciary negligence and misused the sanctioning power of the FDIC in improper ways, and engaged in illegal activity with government funds, that should also be pursued with the FDIC.


And of course, elected officials fiduciary negligence conducted in collusion with state agencies, banks, and securities dealers that jeopardize tax-exempt bondholders should be reported to the IRS.





ICE Phone 1-866-347-2423



Because they have the power of the purse---and control your tax dollars---public officials who represent you are required to be bonded. They might have incurred imprisonment, fines, or other criminal penalties for violating the terms of bonding by misusing your tax dollars.........specifically by aiding and abetting the activities of illegal aliens, and failing to report that crimes were being committed.


1 - Use of illegal ID or documents
2 - Federal income tax evasion
3 - Re-entry into USA after deportation
4 - Obtain/Operate vehicles with illegal ID
5 - ID theft/fraud - Social Security fraud
6 - Knowingly gaining employment fraudulently
7 - Recruiting other illegal aliens workers
8 - Transporting illegal aliens
9 - Harboring &/or housing illegal aliens
10 - Undermining US national security
11 - Registering/Voting using fraudulent documentation
12 - Conspiracy to violate federal statutes
13 - Uttering false statements to public officials
14 - Obstructing law enforcement

Public officials might have lied on insurance bonding applications, and may have filed false bonding applications and/or insurance claims. Similar penalties apply to insurance organizations. St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co--is one such company that provides bond insurance for public officials. Check it out in your area.

8 posted on 04/28/2006 7:30:46 AM PDT by Liz (We have room for but one flag, the American flag." —Theodore Roosevelt)
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The Rep administration in Colorado canceled presumptive prenatal eligibility for Medicaid prenatal care a couple of years ago because it found out that about 1/2 of the people being certified for the program were ineligible--usually because they were illegals. Was costing tax payers $6 to $9 million annually depending on the estimate you believe.

Dem legislature immediately passed statute reinstating presumptive eligibility. Told citizens peope would have to prove citizenship. In fact, all that was required was that a woman state that she was eligible, a so-called "presumptive declaration."

Federaly qualified community health clinics were main offenders. If person was Medicaid client they could charge "reasonable costs" under federal law--about $130 a visit. Plan old doctors seeing patients could only charge $30 for same thing.

13 posted on 04/28/2006 8:20:18 AM PDT by cosine
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It's outrageous especially when you look at Mexico and how American Citizens are treated in that country.

14 posted on 04/28/2006 8:28:25 AM PDT by shield (A wise man's heart is at his RIGHT hand; but a fool's heart at his LEFT. Ecc. 10:2)
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ILLEGALS--just sucking up health care dollars that won't be spent on our citizens.

19 posted on 04/28/2006 3:49:15 PM PDT by freeangel ( (free speech is only good until someone else doesn't like what you say))
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They absolutely roll out the red carpet for illegals here in WA state. The big agribusiness fruit companies on the eastern side of the state, and the forest-based businesses on the western side love to hire illegals, and the People's Republic of Washington serves them well.

They figure the rest of us are all going to either work in government, or write code for Microsoft.

21 posted on 04/28/2006 3:56:20 PM PDT by hunter112 (Total victory at home and in the Middle East!)
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Reprise: All for La Raza, (To the tune of La Cucaracha)

Verse 1
There you sit, your hands a-wringing,
If you’re broke now, don’t worry,
If it’s money you are after,
To America, amigo, hurry!

Verse 2--Both verses sung before chorus
We will clog up hospitals,
with bad diseases we might bring,
To the streets, we’re takin’ our fight,
Here’s the song the we will sing:

First Chorus
All for La Raza, the rest get nada.
Our vista is Reconquista.
All for La Raza, the rest get nada.
You gringos don’t understand-ah.

2nd Chorus
All for La Raza, the rest get nada.
We send our dough to old Mexico.
All for La Raza, the rest get nada.
You gringos don’t understand-oh.

Repeat Chorus until you get it.

MIDI La Cucaracha

24 posted on 04/29/2006 4:58:49 AM PDT by MaggieCarta (America is a nation of legal immigrants.)
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