I attended the Assembly Hearing vote on April 5, 2011 where I watched Bill Monning vote to kill AB 26 in committee. For those living in places like Carmel and Monterey, it is easy to ignore the violence that is a result of unfettered illegal immigration. For anybody in Southern California, not living in gated communities it is becoming life or death. If you are black, it has been for quite some time since innocent blacks are slaughtered by Mexican gangs for sport in Los Angeles. My Grandparents lived in Carmel for 50 years - my hypocrite sister lives there now - she calls me a bigot because I support enforcing the law. She employs an illegal alien as a maid and thinks that makes her socially aware.
I am disgusted by the hypocrisy and false morality of Bill Monning and those he represents. You who support him are guilty of genocide. Keep protecting your otters, forget about Jamiel Shaw II who was murdered in front of his house by an illegal alien gang banger just released from prison to kill 24 hours later. I sat across the table from Jamiel Shaw the father of the murdered boy at Round Table Pizza on the Monday before the vote and listened to him describe the Sunday his child was murdered. Shot twice while he was walking home, talking to his girlfriend on his cell phone. The killer was hunting him, witnesses say, just like one hunts an animal. Jamiel II had no criminal record, no gang connections, he was an all-star athlete being courted by the NFL and even had a shot at the Olympics - all while getting the grades he needed for college.
Mom was in Iraq when her son was shot, you know, risking her life for our country. I suppose that "element" is no longer represented in lovely Carmel-by-the-Sea - how tiring it must have been to have all of those low-brow enlisted men and women holding up the line at Whole Foods - where one shops to save the environment. Better they are gone, right?
How nice that your local papers don't bother to report the carnage that is a direct result of Bill Monning and his refusal to allow debate on illegal immigration and the effects of such in California. As long as people are not being murdered in Carmel and Monterey, Bill Monning will enjoy a long and lucrative career as your representative. Thanks for that. You stink.
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