Want our laws enforced? You could be a hate group sympathizer!

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Below are two letters.  The second letter was sent out prior to Ruthie Hendrycks appearing on Sue Jeffers radio show here in Minnesota.  As many of you know, Ruthie is a strong advocate for enforcement of our immigration laws and a secure border. As Ruthie has pointed out in the past, those who support enforcement of our laws, our immigration policies, and a secure border can be called all kinds of names………but if you’re an ILLEGAL ALIEN…..we aren’t even supposed to say that. 

It would seem the MAIN STREET PROJECT AND CENTER FOR NEW COMMUNITY think wanting our communities protected from illegal immigration is the result of hate……maybe they haven’t noticed all the legal American workers losing their homes, their jobs and anything else they had.  Who is going to support all of these illegal aliens?  We are fast approaching the point where we can barely support ourselves.

Let’s Set the record straight

TO: Eric Ward
Center For New Community
and the moles within MINNSIR (we have several)
Below you will find an email from an advocacy group concerning my recent radio appearance on the Sue Jeffers Radio Show.
For clarification – MINNSIR did not in anyway participate in this program at the urging of FAIR – for FAIR – or on behalf of FAIR.
It was a decision made entirely by MINNSIR and we are grateful for the opportunity.
Furthermore – no group speaks on behalf of MINNSIR – EXCEPT MINNSIR!!!!!
We recently posted – to members – an article by FAIR – as we do with many many groups across this nation combating illegal immigration, such as NumbersUSA, ALIPAC, Grassfire, FIRE Coalitions etc., and we will continue to do so as we see fit.
As for the Southern Poverty Law Center – they already have MINNSIR listed all by it’s self and we do not need the assistance of other organizations for clarity of where we stand.
It has ABSOLUTELY nothing to do with hatred nor race and everything to do with illegal immigration and the LAW!
The insertion of racial integrity (the continued race card) only further provides proof of misguided and slanderous accusations – which I am sure our black members, hispanic members and legal citizen members – will attest to.
Now the record has been set straight


Dear friends,
Minnesotans Seeking Immigration Reform’s (MINN-SIR) Ruthie Hendrycks will be appearing on KTLK Radio (the Sue Jeffers Show) Saturday, November 15, 2008 from 5pm – 7pm in the Twin Cities area.  MINN-SIR is an affiliate of the nd; BORDER-BOTTOM: #0066cc 1px dashed”>Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) and Ruthie Hendrycks has participated in numerous FAIR functions in the recent past.  FAIR is listed as a hate organization alongside the Ku Klux Klan and other white supremacists groups by the venerable civil rights organization the Southern Poverty Law Center (http://www.splcenter.org/intel/intelreport/article.jsp?aid=846).
Please take a moment to call the Sue Jeffers Show on Saturday, November 15th between 5pm and 7pm at:
Studio: 651-989-5855
Email: suejeffers@ktlkfm. com
Base your questions off the following:
1).  Why does Ruthie Hendrycks and MINN-SIR associate with a known hate organization?
2).  If Ruthie Hendrycks and MINN-SIR are serious about finding real solutions to the migration crisis why do they destroy their legitimacy by associating with the Federation for American Immigration Reform who the Southern Poverty Law Center calls a hate organization?
3).  Would Sue Jeffers invite members of the Ku Klux Klan or racists skinheads to come on the show to discuss affirmative action?  Why is KTLK being so irresponsible in this case?
4).  Tell Sue Jeffers that it is time to have a real discussion on immigration one that is free from the taint of bigotry and hatred.
Please forward this email to concerned community members.  You will find additional info rmation on the Federation for American Immigration Reform Below
Warm regards,
Eric K. Ward
National Field Director
Center for New Community
www.imagine2050 net

DownsizeDC.org….Iraqi’s need referendum on continued US Occupation

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Quotes of the Day:

“You can’t walk around unless you’ve got flak jackets, helmets on all the time, no matter where you are. It’s always struck me it’s almost like a Fellini movie, kind of unreal. The American people are told things are stable and secure, and violence is down. No American would walk outside there without a convoy!” — Chuck Hagel, upon returning from Baghdad

“At long last, the fragile state of Somalia seems to be slowly resurfacing from a searing bout of violence and humanitarian crisis. Interestingly, the light at the end of this decades-long tunnel is not burning at the behest of the United States or the United Nations; rather, it burns because Somali leaders, both within the government and without, have banded together. Frustrated by failed foreign interventions, they are now seeking sustainable Somali-based solutions. The key to success, going forward, is to keep it Somali-led. Further intervention from neighboring Ethiopia or the United States will be ruinous.” — Michael Shank, Communications Director, Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University, Senior Analyst at Foreign Policy In Focus

Subject: Real “Change” in Iraq

Many people think the U.S. occupation of Iraq has become a non-issue, for two reasons . . .

1. Violence is down
2. The U.S. government signed an agreement with the Iraqi government to continue the occupation

We feel differently. We think the occupation is still an issue, because . . .

* American soldiers continue to die
* The factions in Iraq haven’t reached a settlement, and have no incentive to do so as long as we remain there
* Somalia and Lebanon show that stable societies are grown from within, not engineered from without
* The “agreement” to continue the occupation was signed by a U.S. government that has now been repudiated
* The public legitimacy of the Iraqi government is also highly questionable
* The dollars being spent in Iraq belong in the pockets of struggling U.S. taxpayers

This is why we think the occupation is still an issue. We still want the occupation to end. We want change.

Barack Obama won election by promising change. He distinguished himself from Hillary Clinton and John McCain by having always opposed the Iraq invasion, and by promising to leave Iraq sooner rather than later. Iraq was a key issue to millions of Obama voters. Will they get the change they sought? Consider these points . . .

* Pro-war Congressman Rahm Emmanuel will be Obama’s Chief of Staff
* Pro-war Senator Clinton may become his Secretary of State
* Robert Gates, who favors an indefinite occupation, may remain as Secretary of Defense

With top advisers like these, who needs neo-con bogeymen? Perhaps in DC-speak, “change” means “let’s fool the yokels who think elections matter, and give them more of the same.”

Are we being too harsh on Obama too soon? We think not. We think our skepticism is justified. Remember . . .

We now know that George W. Bush was already scheming to invade Iraq when he promised us a “humble foreign policy,” and “no nation-building.” He also stocked his cabinet with aggressive interventionists, just like Obama has started to do.

This is how politicians behave. They promise one thing and do another. Obama is a politician, therefore . . .

We assume the worst.

And remember, Senator Obama voted to “legalize” warrantless spying. This, all by itself, is enough to justify extreme skepticism about our incoming president, no matter how much we may like him as a person.

If we want real change we’re going to have to demand it, constantly. Eternal vigilance!

The main argument for the occupation has been, “We broke it, so we must fix it.” But what if the Iraqi people don’t want us to “fix” them? What if they don’t want us there?

We think Congress should pass a resolution asking the Iraqi government to hold a public referendum on the U.S. occupation. This resolution would . . . 

* Show respect to the Iraqi people
* Potentially legitimize the occupation, or end it
* Tell the President-elect that the American people still want what he promised — to leave Iraq

If you don’t buy the argument that Iraq has become a non-issue, and you do buy our argument that the Iraqi people must . . .

A. Settle their own differences
B. Be allowed to say yes or no to the U.S. occupation

And if you want to . . .

* Save American lives
* Save your tax dollars

Then . . .

Please tell Congress to pass a resolution requesting an Iraqi referendum on the occupation. You can do so using our quick-and-easy Educate the Powerful System.

Please also . . .

* Forward this message to others or re-post it on your own blog
* Digg this message on our blog.

Thank you for being part of our growing Downsize DC army.

Jim Babka
DownsizeDC.org, Inc.

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