Tuesday, February 27, 2007


Thursday, February 01, 2007
All States: National.

Another Xenophobic act and misinforming to the American People. Just look at those rhetoric comments that most of them make you had the impression that they are Patriotic’s.

A Message from the California Coalition for Immigration Reform.

November 2006

Dear American Patriot:

Are you tired of the illegal alien invasion, frustrated and angry that you can't do anything about it? Well, now you can do something. You can join us in waging a campaign of radio commercials across the country to raise such a national outcry that our politicians must immediately take steps to remedy this problem. And such remedy must be above political considerations. The sovereignty of our country is at stake. Our future and the future of our children is at risk. The series of radio messages is very simple and direct:

My response.
Many of the Illegal’s has been working for years without receiving any of Social Security either Welfare benefits. Where is the money it has been deducted from their pay check? Make the Math at minimum salary recently California increase to $ 7.50. Let’s do the math a $ 6.50 considering 3 million illegal’s in California but the Xenophobic’s claiming 12,000,000 illegal so let’s do a conservative math.
$6.50 x 8 hours=$52.00x5 days=$260x4 weeks=$1,040x 3,000,000=$3,120,000,000x20% deduction=$624,000.00 a month x12=$7,488,000,000 Billions going only to Social Security from the deductions of Illegal Allien’s and for them to receive these benefits they must proof a legal Residence or U.S. Citizenship.
Did you see a real threat on them? This numbers are for one year. So you should estimate on the 12, 000,000 millions for at least 3 years and be my guest $$$$. I am hoping that this can make you see the real picture of benefits they illegal aliens claimed versus what they have been support it.
The threats are real; the situation is critical. EVERY THIRTY SECONDS A NEW ILLEGAL ALIEN ARRIVES - 200 MILLION MORE BY 2050.
My Response:

Wait a minute I don’t see a real threat after making the math but let’s make another sample math.
Every 30 second enter a new illegal alien meaning 2 per minute, 120 p/hour, 2,880 a day, 86,400 a month, 1,036,800 a year, 44,582,400 that this make sense to you? They misinformed you to create anger, confrontation, discourage, and conflicts between communities and ethnicities.
No country can sustain this massive immigration without pervasive damage to our educational, health, and legal systems. Our environment, culture, infrastructure and quality of life are being eroded while American taxpayers are burdened with unfair expense.

ILLEGAL ALIENS have the support of unlimited resources - the White House, the Senate, many of our local and state elected officials, Wall Street, Big Business, unions, some churches, and radical groups such as the National Council of La Raza (the race), the Mexican- American Legal Defense & Eduational Fund (MALDEF), League of United Latin-American Citizens (LULAC), Hermandad Mexicana Nacional (National Mexican Brotherhood), all of which receive federal funds. MOST ILLEGAL ALIENS don't pay taxes, but qualify for many public assistance programs.Because most are low-skilled with numerous dependents, they would not pay income taxes anyway.But they can still get "earned income tax credit" - they will receive a check!
My respond:
Many of them do not claim any benefits from IRS do to they do not have any dependents if they do have. They can not claim until they have a proof of real social security numbers. They can’t earn an Income tax credit.

ILLEGAL ALIENS get free health care, including treatment for drugs, alcohol, mental health, nutrition and domestic violence assistance. U.S. citizens pay for their education, welfare, HUD housing, and criminal incarceration.


You can help us. Your donation will enable us to continue this radio campaign until we achieve our goal of pressuring our elected officials to protect our borders and enforce our immigration laws. Please remember that we need your support to combat the unlimited resources available to illegal aliens. The more voices - the louder the outcry that will resonate in Washington. Help us take America back!
My Respond:
Where these donations going to? Any anybody record or track these funds? Do you receive any benefit at all? Look at the most Xenophobic person’s Lou Dobbs, Mr, Buchannan, and many others published a book against the Illegal inmigrants for they own benefits or they have mention that part of those earning sales has been appointed to any Benefit Society or any Middle class American ?


With sincere gratitude,

Barbara Coe
Founder and Chairperson

Sunday, February 25, 2007

The most wanted Terrorist.

Excuse me Mr. Lou Dobbs but I dont see any Pedro, Carlos, Manuel, on this list (meaning not Mexicans either latinos names to be a real treat to this Country).

Disclosure facts not a populism message creating anger, misinformed to other communities about the integration of the Mexicans, Latinos on this Country.

The alleged terrorists on this list have been indicted by sitting Federal Grand Juries in various jurisdictions in the United States for the crimes reflected on their wanted posters. Evidence was gathered and presented to the Grand Juries, which led to their being charged. The indictments currently listed on the posters allow them to be arrested and brought to justice. Future indictments may be handed down as various investigations proceed in connection to other terrorist incidents, for example, the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.

The Rewards for Justice program, administered by the United States Department of State's Bureau of Diplomatic Security, offers rewards for information leading to the arrest of many of these terrorists.

It is also important to note that these individuals will remain wanted in connection with their alleged crimes until such time as the charges are dropped or when credible physical evidence is obtained, which proves with 100% accuracy, that they are deceased.

Get e-mail updates when most wanted terrorist information is posted here

Usama Bin Laden
Adam Yahiye Gadahn
Abdelkarim Hussein Mohamed Al-Nasser

Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah
Ayman Al-Zawahiri
Ali Atwa

Anas Al-Liby
Fazul Abdullah Mohammed
Hasan Izz-Al-Din

Ahmed Mohammed Hamed Ali
Imad Fayez Mugniyah
Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan

Abdul Rahman Yasin
Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam
Ahmad Ibrahim Al-Mughassil

Ali Saed Bin Ali El-Hoorie
Saif Al-Adel
Ibrahim Salih Mohammed Al-Yacoub

Ramadan Abdullah Mohammad Shallah
Abd Al Aziz Awda
Isnilon Totoni Hapilon

Mohammed Ali Hamadei
Jamel Ahmed Mohammed Ali Al-Badawi
Jaber A. Elbaneh

Identity Theft. Are you going to blame the illegals for that too Mr. Lou Dobbs? Just stop being a xenophobic and anti Mexican because everything i can hear from you is Mexicans as Illegal inmigrants. What About China, Vietnam, India, Libano, Middle eastern Countries?

See the facts and not make assumption that illegal inmmigrants are the major problem on Identity Theft and look are your colleagues at CNN that reflecting the facts on it and not trying to sell books rather than inform the facts to the viewers.

Diana DeGarmo's stolen identity drama
Friday February 23, 6:00 am ET
Jay MacDonald

Teenage "American Idol" contestant Diana DeGarmo worked hard to prepare herself for success in show business. Unfortunately, one less ambitious fan decided to help herself to DeGarmo's bank account the easy way: by stealing her identity.
DeGarmo, runner-up to season-three winner Fantasia Barrino, used TV's most popular show as a career springboard. To date, she has toured the country twice, with and without "Idol," performed on a USO tour to Iraq, released her first album "Blue Skies," and starred in two runs of the multi-Tony Award-winning musical "Hairspray."

At a glance
Name: Diana DeGarmo
Hometown: Birmingham, Ala.
Education: Shiloh High School, Snellville, Ga.
Career highlights:

Broadway debut as Penny Pingleton in revival of Tony Award-winning "Hairspray," Neil Simon Theater, New York, 2006

Horizon Award, Georgia Music Hall of Fame Awards, 2005

Released debut album, "Blue Skies," in 2004. The single, "Dreams," went to No. 1 on the Billboard U.S. Singles Sales Charts.

"American Idol," second place finalist to winner Fantasia Barrino, 2004

Finalist on "America's Most Talented Kid," 2002

Miss Teen Georgia, 2002

As a third grader, DeGarmo was a Coca-Cola kid, performing three shows a day at the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta.
Not bad for a 19-year-old.

But just as her career was lifting off, DeGarmo discovered someone had stolen her identity and was tapping her credit cards.

Bankrate caught up with DeGarmo on Broadway for an update.

Q. Shortly after "Idol," you became the victim of identity theft.

A. Well, somebody tried to steal my identity. This young fan decided to also attempt to take my credit card information and was purchasing things online.

Even the spyware that she was using on my computer was actually being purchased technically by my credit card. That was such a mess. I'm still dealing with it now and it's been almost a year, just trying to clean it up.

The sad thing is, anybody is susceptible to this, it can happen to anybody. I mean, don't think, oh, I'm safe, I've got this (spam blocker). It truly can happen to anybody.

Q. How did you discover your identity was being stolen? A. I was sitting up in New York when got a call from my mom in the middle of the night asking me, "What are you doing? Why are you buying stuff online? You just spent $3,000 on an Apple (computer), blah, blah, blah." I was completely dead asleep, and it was 3 in the morning. I asked her what she was talking about and she said, "Get on the computer right now and look at your statements." I got on the computer and it had all these things from all these different computer companies, different software and things. I was like, "I've never seen this before, I've never touched this. The only thing I ever bought online was shoes." That's how it all began.

Q. How did they acquire your information?

A. This person sent a key logger onto my computer, which is a form of spyware -- very similar to what terrorists use, scarily enough. The person can basically see a full mirror image of exactly what I'm typing on the computer and had broken into some e-mails between my mother and I and had gotten enough information through that. She knew my banker's name. It was crazy.

Q. What did you do then?

A. Finally, I had to pretty much shut everything down in order to get it all back, which, like I said, I'm still dealing with now. It's like a never-ending, uphill battle.

Q. How much did they steal using your card information?

A. I don't remember the exactly number, but it was into the thousands. Luckily, the credit card companies are good enough nowadays that if you call and say "Look, I did not do this," as long as you can prove it, they don't hold you responsible.

Q. Did they catch the thief?

A. They did catch her. It was a young woman. She's actually going to be sentenced in Australia in May. She was doing it all through the Internet.

Q. Did it have an impact on your credit rating?

A. As far as I know, no. I think everything is back to normal. For a minute there, it was a little bit of a scare, but as far as I know, everything is back to normal.

Q. A tough thing to go through just as you finally come into some money.

A. Yeah. The funny thing is, this person started to claim that I had a bejillion dollars and was trying to extort money out of me, saying "I'll give you back your information if you'll give me $1 million." I was thinking to myself 'You have really lost your mind now, lady!' (laughs) I don't have $1 million just to go handing out to people. Pick somebody else, OK? Not me. But it all comes with the territory, so I can't complain too much.

Senator Reid victim of identity theft
About $2,000 charged to minority leader's MasterCard
From Ted Barrett
CNN Washington Bureau

Thursday, July 27, 2006; Posted: 10:01 a.m. EDT (14:01 GMT)

Sen. Harry Reid lamented that the thief who stole his credit card number probably won't be caught.

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid discovered this week he was the victim of identity theft after someone used his MasterCard number to charge about $2,000 at a Wal-Mart and other stores in Monroe, North Carolina.

The Nevada Democrat said he found out someone had obtained the number after opening his bill Tuesday night.

"It's not a tremendous inconvenience for me," he said. "I won't have to pay it."

But Reid said he is steamed about the fact the perpetrator likely will never be caught. "Something has to be done," he said, holding up his now-deactivated card.

Reid said he does not know how someone obtained the number or whether he has been the victim of a broader identity theft -- a problem that affects millions of Americans every year.

Thursday, February 22, 2007

They Are America
Almost a year ago, hundreds of thousands of immigrant workers and their families slipped out from the shadows of American life and walked boldly in daylight through Los Angeles, Washington, Chicago, New York and other cities. “We Are America,” their banners cried. The crowds, determined but peaceful, swelled into an immense sea. The nation was momentarily stunned.

A lot has happened since then. The country has summoned great energy to confront the immigration problem, but most of it has been misplaced, crudely and unevenly applied. It seeks not to solve the conundrum of a broken immigration system, but to subdue, in a million ways, the vulnerable men and women who are part of it. Government at all levels is working to keep unwanted immigrants in their place — on the other side of the border, in detention or in fear, toiling silently in the underground economy without recourse to the laws and protections the native-born expect.

The overwhelming impulse has been to get tough, and tough we have gotten:

Border enforcement. What little the last Congress did about immigration was focused on appeasing hard-line conservatives by appearing to seal the border. President Bush’s new budget continues that approach, seeking 3,000 more Border Patrol officers and another $1 billion for a 700-mile fence, adding to the billions spent to militarize the border since the 1990s. That still isn’t enough to build the fence and it hasn’t controlled the illegal flow; you need more visas and better workplace enforcement to do that. It has directed much traffic into the remote Southwest desert, making more immigrants vulnerable to smugglers and leaving many people dead.

Federal raids. In December federal agents stormed a half-dozen Swift meatpacking plants, rounding up hundreds of suspected illegal immigrants and exposing the secret that is no secret: America’s dirtiest, hardest jobs are done by people too desperate to shun them and too afraid to complain. The raids have been replicated in other states and industries, on day-labor street corners and in homes from Connecticut to California. In immigrant communities, the undercurrent of fear has been replaced by terror, and employers are jittery, too. The immigration agency says it singles out only fugitives in Operation Return to Sender, but the sweeps are broad and panic is indiscriminate.

Local crackdowns. State, county and local officials have picked up where they left off last year, introducing bills to get tough on illegal immigrants. They cannot control federal policy, so they try other ways to punish those they see as unfit neighbors, to stifle their opportunities, extract money, expose them to legal jeopardy and otherwise inflict suffering, in the deluded hope that piling on miseries will make them disappear. In suburban Long Island, where resentment over an influx of day laborers has festered under a hapless and intolerant county government, lawmakers are considering banning workers from county roadsides. Texas legislators are mulling a bill to reject the 14th Amendment and deny the benefits of citizenship to children born in this country to undocumented parents. Local officials all over are trying to deputize police officers as immigration agents, causing overburdened police forces and prosecutors to bristle. Some bills are symbolic, most are simply spiteful, and their effect is a chaotic patchwork, not a sane national policy.

Gutted due process. Laws enacted a decade ago and tightened after 9/11 distance even legal immigrants from the protection of the law. Immigrants are routinely detained without bond, denied access to lawyers, deported without appeal and punished for one-time or minor infractions with a mechanistic ferocity that precludes a judge’s discretion or mercy. Several of the immigration bills that Congress has considered seek to heighten the efficiency with which immigrants who run afoul of the authorities can be railroaded out of the country. This gums up another aspect of the legal system, which deals with refugees and asylum seekers. A much tighter web for immigrants has been erected, and it catches many blameless victims.

The web of suspicion. The Justice Department wants to expand routine DNA collection to include detained illegal immigrants, creating a vast new database that will sweep up hundreds of thousands of innocent people. DNA, far more than fingerprints, is a trove of deeply personal information. Its routine collection from law-abiding citizens is considered an outrageous violation of privacy rights. In the belief that illegal immigrants lack such rights, DNA swabs and blood would be collected even if a detainee is not suspected of a crime. This reinforces the notion that immigrants should be treated as one huge class of criminal suspects.

The bureaucratic trap. The federal bureaucracy, notorious for backlogs and bad service, wants to charge more to immigrants who want to become Americans — an average increase of 66 percent in the price of visas and citizenship papers. Such steep and arbitrary increases would create a means test for citizenship, an affront to our national values.

The rise of hate. The Anti-Defamation League, acutely sensitive to the presence of intolerance, has detected an increase in Ku Klux Klan activity around the country, much of it focused on hatred of new immigrants. This virus in the bloodstream usually erupts amid national ferment and fear, and according to a report available at www.adl.org, hate groups like the Klan have moved quickly to exploit the simmering debate over immigration.

Hopelessly fixated on toughness, the immigration debate has lost its balance, overlooking the humanity of the immigrant. There is a starkly diminished understanding that hospitality for the stranger is part of the American ethos, and that as much as we claim to be a nation of immigrants, we have thwarted them at every turn. We must do better.

The new year began with renewed optimism for the chances of sensible immigration reform in Washington. The hope is justified, but time is short and real change will still require boldness and courage. Citizenship must be the key to reform. The idea of an earned path to citizenship for illegal immigrants was missing from President Bush’s State of the Union address this year, though he has continued to say his usual favorable words about reform. The new Democratic Congress and moderate Republicans cannot be afraid to stand up to the anti-amnesty demagogues and lead Mr. Bush to a solution.

Enforcement of laws cannot be ignored. Punish immigrants who enter illegally, make them pay back taxes and fines, restrict their ability to get work through deceit and false identities. But open a path to their full inclusion in the life of this country.

The alternative — the path of immigrant exploitation, of harassment without hope — will only repeat the ways the country has shamed itself at countless points in its history.