Reader Submitted Letter To Montgomery County MD Council Member – The illegal children in Montgomery County

To: councilmember.floreen@montgomerycountymd.gov

Council member Floreen:

From a recent newsletter you sent to your constituents, I understand you are responsible for allowing the 1800+ illegal children from central america to come to Montgomery County to be housed, fed, and educated.  I am sure there are many other benefits given to these illegal children.

My first question to you is, “How are You/we paying for this?”  You accept the pressure from Casa d’Maryland and La Raza and fund their belligerent organizational leaders not knowing or wanting the know the origins of these groups and their leaders.  They obviously serve a purpose to You.

My second question, “ How are they being taught?  What are they being taught? Where are they being taught?”  I understand there are other places in the USA that have had to take in these children without citizen knowledge.  One school system has segregated the children to an offsite school and have been told to teach the children survival sentences: “Where is the bathroom”, “What time is it?” etc.  No education is given.  They do not speak English.  The only good thing about this particular school systems arrangement is they are not co-mingling with the LEGAL children who go to school to learn reading, writing, arithmetic, science and a whole host of other objectives.  What do you expect will come of these children as they meld into society.  No education, no parents, lonely.  Perhaps gangs will be their choice right here in our neighborhoods.  I understand these children are teenagers.  One day they are 15, the next they say they are 16, they may not necessarily be school age at all.  Most come with no more than a 1st grade education. But, you may already know this and have kept this too under wraps from the tax paying residents of Montgomery County.   It’s tough enough for teachers to teach American speaking teenagers.  They rebel and are difficult to teach at times.  How in the world are our schools handling what you have thrust onto them?  Do you know the consequences of your actions or do you not want to know?

I would really like to know how you came to the decision to bring these children here in the first place.  Wheaton, Silver Spring and Gaithersburg in our Montgomery County is looking more like third world countries.  Is this what you envisioned for our county?  Do You live in these areas?  Who do you expect to purchase the homes people are fleeing to get away from Montgomery County because of your poor decisions.  Soon home prices will tumble and we will be left with pockets of homes being sold and occupied by 20+ illegals, which is probably going on right now.

You need to send these children, who have traveled 1500 miles to Mexico, home!  Do you ever think how they got here?  You cannot WALK 1500 miles from your home town.  There had to be a plan in place to accomplish this.  Why did the USA/President Obama do this in the first place?  Have you ever thought of that?  I would love to hear your explanation.

I anticipate your response.  Please do Not send me a boiler plate response.  I want to hear from You.

Sincerely,
(Name Left Off for Privacy)
Brookeville, MD, USA

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AP – Mexican Consulate brings ID services to Wisconsin

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APPLETON (AP) – Wisconsin officials are working to better serve the rapidly growing Hispanic community in the state, with a little help from the Mexican Consulate in Chicago.

A mobile version of the Chicago-based office issued passports and consular identification cards to hundreds of Mexican nationals at an Appleton church last week, Post-Crescent Media reported. About 800 people took advantage of the services at First English Lutheran Church from last Wednesday to Saturday, according to Alfredo Gomez Sepulveda, a coordinator of the consulate’s mobile program.

About once a month, the mobile office visits a Wisconsin city to renew Mexican passports and consular identification cards, saving thousands of people from having to take a trip to Chicago. The consulate has served more than 9,900 Mexican nationals so far in 2014 by offering services in Appleton, Beloit, Green Bay, Kenosha, Milwaukee, Racine and Waukesha, according to Sepulveda.

“It’s more than a three-hour trip to Chicago and the passport is the primary form of ID. So it’s a service that the Chicago consulate provides … to attend to Mexican nationals over here,” Sepulveda said.

The consulate also serves Mexican nationals living in northern Illinois and Indiana.

Gov. Scott Walker met with Mexican Undersecretary Sergio Alcocer on Friday to discuss opening a consulate in Milwaukee.

“It was a positive meeting and we’ll continue to work with them collaboratively as we move forward with the process,” said Laurel Patrick, the governor’s press secretary.

In a letter to the president of Mexico last year, Walker used the mobile program to illustrate the state’s need for a permanent site.

“This mobile service is greatly appreciated, but the fact that the consulate in Chicago has recognized the growing demand for their services and has developed a mobile consulate demonstrates the need for another consulate in the Midwest,” Walker told President Enrique Peña Nieto.

Sepulveda said negotiations for a permanent office in Wisconsin have begun and more details may emerge next year.

“It’s a process that’s very advanced and there might be more concrete news for 2015, when there’s a very good chance that the Mexican consulate for Wisconsin will be opening in 2015, but that’s still in process,” he said.

More than 6 percent of Wisconsin’s population identifies as Hispanic or Latino, according to U.S. Census Bureau data from 2013.

http://fox11online.com/2014/09/29/mexican-consulate-brings-id-services-to-wisconsin/

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Washington Times – Feds could stop 50,000 deportations a year by carving out traffic offenses

As many as 50,000 illegal immigrants a year could be allowed to remain in the U.S. if President Obama decides that traffic crimes no longer rise to the level of deportation, according to a report being released Tuesday by the Center for Immigration Studies.

The report comes as all sides in the immigration debate look ahead to November, after the congressional elections, when Mr. Obama has vowed to take more steps to halt deportations — and advocates have pressed for him to stop deporting those convicted of what activists say are minor crimes.

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The Center for Immigration Studies, which advocates for a crackdown in immigration laws, said many of those lesser offenses are just the tip of more serious crimes, so excusing the traffic crimes could mean letting killers remain in the U.S.

“If Mr. Obama gives amnesty to illegal aliens with ‘traffic offenses,’ know that more Americans will be killed by these same illegal alien offenders,” said Maria Espinoza, national director of the Remembrance Project, which draws attention to Americans killed by illegal immigrants.

“This would be an outrage and incomprehensible to all Americans, especially those families whose loved one was killed by an illegal alien with prior traffic offenses,” she said.

According to the center’s calculations, 49,997 immigrants with traffic-related criminal convictions were deported in 2011, 48,490 were removed in 2012, and 39,277 were kicked out last year.

Of those, more than 20,000 each year were convicted of drunken driving, more than 2,000 were convicted of hit-and-run, and about five dozen were convicted of carjacking.

The majority of immigrants being deported for traffic crimes had been deported at least once before, meaning they were kicked out and yet managed to sneak back into the U.S., according to the center’s numbers.

Deportations have become the chief flashpoint in the immigration debate as Mr. Obama has sought to set new priorities for who gets kicked out.

In 2012, he began his “deferred action” program, which stopped deporting so-called dreamers, the young adult illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children. Now activists want him to expand that program to include their illegal immigrant parents, the illegal immigrant parents of U.S. citizens and those convicted of minor crimes or offenses related only to immigration law.

The president had imposed an end-of-summer deadline on himself for taking action but put that on hold in the face of a potential voter backlash, which could have cost his party Senate seats in the November elections.

Over the weekend, the White House press secretary promised Spanish-language network Telemundo that Mr. Obama will act before the end of the year.

More than 11 million illegal immigrants are estimated to reside in the U.S., and most of them face little actual danger of being deported, though only those granted special tentative status, such as the dreamers, have been given permits enabling them to live and work freely.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, California Democrat, last week predicted that Mr. Obama’s delay until after the election frees him up to be more generous than he would have been had he acted before the election.

“What he said was he wanted to do it right, and so I think doing right means doing as much as possible,” she told NBC News.

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