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  • Joseph
    I am the last person that you will ever hear satnd up say that the Federal Government is competent or effective, but this is more like an act of war. La Raza
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 1, 2006
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      I am the last person that you will ever hear satnd up say that the
      Federal Government is competent or effective, but this is more like
      an act of war. La Raza is a racist organization, plain and
      simple.Giving these people my tax dollars to fund illigals who are
      already draining our social systems, drive down wages and benefits,
      turning our country into a third world slum, and have no respect for
      our culture and laws goes beyond outrage. They are using our tax
      dollars to fund the over throw of the AMERICAN people. These groups
      are pet projects of Vincente Fox who supports latino groups that
      wish to annex parts of this country for Mexico.
      It is obvious that our so called Government of the people cares
      nothing about its people, and they show it more every day.
      I say if the turds in Washington can not handle this issue, that it
      is up to the people to protect thier country, and start making this
      country a very unwelcome place for these types to come, and make the
      Government start enforcing the laws that are in place and punish
      those who willingly employ these illegals.
      Washington is to busy ass kissin to take a stand, so I suppose it is
      up to us.

      Joseph Dickeson
      DEO VINDICE

      > http://www.humaneventsonline.com/article.php?id=10623
      >
      > GOP Congress Earmarks $4 Million for Leftist Pro-Illegal Alien Group
      >
      > by Amanda B. Carpenter
      > Posted Dec 2, 2005
      >
      >
      >
      > Thanks to a congressional earmark, an open-borders advocacy group
      that
      > pushes for driver's licenses, free in-state tuition and healthcare
      for
      > illegal aliens and bilingual requirements for state agencies and
      > ballots is slated to get $4 million in new taxpayer money to add to
      > the more than $30 million it has received from various federal
      > agencies since 1996.
      >
      > The National Council of La Raza (NCLR), Spanish for "the race," will
      > get its latest grant through an appropriations bill passed by
      Congress
      > on November 18. The Joint Explanatory Statement of HR 3058,
      available
      > on the House's Rules Committee website lists 1,100 plus earmarks in
      > the bill, including La Raza's grant under the Housing and Urban
      > Development Department's Self-Help and Assisted Ownership Programs.
      > Under this account La Raza will receive four times as much as the
      > Special Olympics, which won a $1-million earmark.
      >
      > La Raza is the nation's largest Hispanic advocacy organization. It
      was
      > adamantly opposed to the REAL ID Act, which will prevent states from
      > issuing driver's licenses to illegal aliens if they want them to be
      > usable for federal purposes. It is also opposed to the CLEAR Act,
      > which would grant state and local law enforcement agencies that wish
      > to do so the authority to enforce federal immigration laws.
      >
      > Spontaneous Spending
      >
      > The Capital Research Center (CRC), which rates public interest
      groups
      > on a scale of 1 to 8, with 1 equaling "radical left" and 8 equaling
      > "free market right," gave La Raza a rating of 2, the same rating it
      > gave People for the American Way and NARAL Pro-Choice America. CRC
      > reports that La Raza's net assets totaled nearly $52 million in
      2003.
      >
      > La Raza Senior Vice President Charles Kamasaki explained in an e-
      mail
      > that his group typically gets government grants three different
      ways:
      > The largest awards probably come from competitive bidding processes
      > for grants and contracts said Kamasaki. But other grants include
      > congressional earmarks—such as the one in this year's Housing
      > appropriation—and discretionary funds allocated from agencies such
      as
      > the Department of Health and Human Services, the Environmental
      > Protection Agency and the National Aeronautics and Space
      > Administration, which have all provided tax dollars to NCLR.
      >
      > NCLR also employs an appropriations lobbyist who works to secure
      > federal earmarks for the group. Tax forms available from CRC also
      > reveal that La Raza spends about $1 million per year on lobbyists,
      > fundraising and web design.
      >
      > The $4-million grant in this year's housing bill, which is the fifth
      > in a series of similar congressional earmarks, wasn't expected,
      > Kamaski said. "This was a somewhat unusual year in that this earmark
      > was not specifically requested," he explained. He also said the
      > funding is targeted primarily toward a La Raza subsidiary that has
      > made over $40 million in loans to NCLR affiliates and other
      community
      > based groups such as charter school facilities, heath clinics,
      > day-care centers and affordable housing developments.
      >
      > One person who would like to know how La Raza's $4-million earmark
      got
      > into the bill is Rep. Charlie Norwood (R.-Ga.) who, with Rep. Pete
      > Sessions (R.-Tex.), sponsors the CLEAR Act. Jennifer Hing,
      > communication director for Rep. Joe Knollenberg (R.-Mich.) who is
      > chairman of the House Appropriations subcommittee that handled the
      > bill, said the Senate inserted the earmark.
      >
      > Norwood said he was told the money was stricken from the House
      version
      > of the bill because NCLR has not used the money for housing they
      > received last year. "But no matter what they did or didn't do last
      > year, we ought not to send taxpayer's money to people who absolutely
      > advocate perhaps using that money for this country not to follow the
      > law of the land and not to secure our country's borders," he said.
      > Said Norwood: "It sounds like they have a sugar-daddy in the
      Senate."
      >
      > One possible culprit is Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D.-Nev.)
      > who sits on the Senate Appropriations subcommittee that handled the
      > bill carrying the earmark. In 2001, Reid sent a letter to the Senate
      > Appropriations Committee requesting $5 million for La Raza's housing
      > programs. That same year Reid also received NCLR's Capital Award for
      > "his commitment to advance legislation priorities of the Latino
      > Community." In gratitude, Reid told NCLR, "La Raza is like the
      > biblical David, fighting all these Goliaths."
      >
      > Reid's office did not respond to calls asking whether he inserted or
      > even supported the earmark.
      >
      > Despite the significant federal assistance La Raza has received,
      > Cecilia Munoz, the group's vice president for policy, has rebuked
      the
      > Bush Administration for not catering to the needs of immigrants. "We
      > all know there is a wing of the Republican Party that will never
      like
      > anything that treats immigrants well," she said in June. "Any
      attempt
      > by the President to move in the direction of those folks is going to
      > be viewed as hostile to the Latino community."
      >
      > Commenting on the irony that a Republican-controlled Congress would
      > send to a Republican President a spending bill that included a
      > multi-million-dollar subsidy for a left-wing group, a GOP aide told
      > Human Events: "We Republicans excel at funding or otherwise
      supporting
      > our political adversaries."
      >
      > Miss Carpenter is Assistant Editor for HUMAN EVENTS.
      >
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