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Old 12-04-2011, 09:10 AM
 
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One Maryland Defense Campaign

MARYLAND DREAM ACT

A group of rightwing activists are engaged in an effort to put a question on the ballot to eliminate access to universities for talented Maryland students. They are collecting signatures across the state and we need your help. A small minority of extremists should not be able to stop through fraud-prone tactics a decision made by a majority of legislators representing a majority of Marylanders.

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Old 12-04-2011, 09:43 AM
 
Location: New Hampshire
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No mention that those "Talented Maryland Students" were educated at the expense of Legal and American taxpayers...and that those same students are here ILLEGALLY.

How convenient!
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Old 12-04-2011, 10:39 AM
 
Location: Ohio
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Sorry, but, if they are here Illegally, then they are not entitled to our services and facilities.

Thier Parents knew they were breaking the law, but coming here, and shouldnt be rewarded.
Anchor babies are a thing of the past, they should enact a law to eilimnate that.

Sorry, too many people want to come to our Country and follow the law of the land, and, the Illegals obviously want to circumvent the status quo. Im all for getting ahead, but, lets do it in a legal manner.

(Dont get caught in 'thier' Country, or its JAIL TIME!!! We, as Americans are too soft on this).

I wish you well...

Jesse
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Old 12-05-2011, 01:57 PM
 
Location: Maryland
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A small minority of extremists should not be able to stop through fraud-prone tactics a decision made by a majority of legislators representing a majority of Marylanders.
These pandering so-called legislators do NOT represent me or the majority of Marylanders. Rather, they're being paid by special interest groups to represent illegal aliens and their greedy, unscrupulous employers. Most Marylanders do not support the Dream Act or ANY tax-funded benefits for illegal aliens. And, we are well within our legal rights to force a referendum to stop this travesty, which we did. The only "fraud-prone" tactics are those being used by Casa de Maryland and their traitorous puppets in the State government who are trying to nullify our referendum, and ignore the will of the people.

If only a "small minority of extremists" oppose the Dream Act, why are they so afraid to allow Maryland residents to vote on this issue?
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