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Re: “The illness: Holes in the Latino safety net

Mam what Bob posted sure does mention shotguns and bounty. Did you have a chance to read the whole post?

Posted by Sarah on 03/13/2007 at 6:44 PM

Re: “The illness: Holes in the Latino safety net

Well first of all I apologize for the double posts. I don't know what happened. Second of all I'm glad you have a life but you obviously stopped by for a reason. I to have a life so to prejudge me is sadly a mistake on your part. No one is tag teaming on anyone. We are questioning whether or not the organization is Anti-Hispanic. The president claims they are not but his words tell a different story. There are other people with analytical minds who can find the truth for themselves. Part of the life you missed out on. Have a great day and open your eyes! Bye

Posted by Sarah on 02/19/2007 at 5:48 AM

Re: “The illness: Holes in the Latino safety net

I am truly greatful that the good people of North Carolina see the racism behind Alipac. I am greatful that the good people of North Carolina do not condone murder of any kind and that they hold themselves up to biblical teachings and its principals. I am glad that the good people of North Carolina are not easily swayed by a politician who lines his pocket with money and does not pay their corporate taxes. I am glad that the good people of North Carolina see the Pharisee in their state and object to his pervasive action.

Posted by Sarah on 02/18/2007 at 7:42 PM

Re: “The illness: Holes in the Latino safety net

I went in Alipac and saw a post that people got a waiter fired because he was Hispanic (they did not know whether he was legal or illegal). Anyway they got him fired because they were afraid he was touching their food (they didn't see him touching their food but made a false statement). I don't know if I'm on a site where the President of the organization says it's hilarious to commit murder to the undocumented. I'm going to question that organization's temperment and examine their motives. Not everyone is willing to investigate and do their homework to determine the legitamacy of organizations. Some just buy into whatever it is being sold. I have seen the racism that exist on Alipac's site with my own eyes. Anyone that does not is just fooling themselves into believing they are doing the right thing. If you are for legal immigration only fine but why spread falsehoods or degrade other nationalities. There are many immigrants in this world who came here legally and you just put their culture on trial. For God sake your own President said a $5,000 bounty on Mexican heads is hilarious. He didn't even say illegal (not that, that statement would make it any better). What part of reading this topic don't you understand? I wouldn't want to be a part of an organization that cannot pay their fair share of taxes either. Whatever is going on in your forum, something tells me it stinks and reaks of the old 60s bigotry idealism? Good luck w/seeing the light of day. I'll pray for you. I want to close with this.... Responsibility in Leadership. A good leader is responsible to his crew. A good leader is a good steward of other people's money. A responsible leader would not yell on a plane "I've got a bomb" - unless he truthfully had one nor would he yell "Fire" in a closed theatre unless there was really a fire. Why would a leader say "a $5,000 bounty on Mexican's heads" was hilarious unless he really thought that to be true. Thought provocing isn't it? Now take that back to your group and question the legitmacy of your organization.

Posted by Sarah on 02/18/2007 at 1:52 PM

Re: “The illness: Holes in the Latino safety net

Gheen is wrong for using his political connections to spread hatred and violence. I was on Alipac's website once and they removed me because I disagreed with some of the reports being published.

Posted by Sarah on 02/17/2007 at 12:31 AM

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