The David Dreier epistles
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Two letters from the 10/21/04 La Canada Daily Sun discuss Political Human Sacrifice's David Dreier.
David Dreier got $3 billion passed through Congress to help keep emergency rooms open in Southern California. As bad as the situation is now, imagine how much worse it would be if we hadn't gotten that money. Cynthia Matthews opposes the bill that provided that money.
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that there's some serious spin in that letter. And, I wonder if Patrick J. Wade is a former Dreier intern as another letter writer was? He might be for real, but he sure doesn't sound like it.
The other letter makes more sense.
For the first time in 44 years of voting I'll be casting my ballot for a Democrat this November, for Cynthia Matthews rather than David Dreier.
Mr. Dreier has consistently voted in favor of granting amnesty, social security, welfare, driver's licenses and all the benefits of citizenship to illegal immigrants. His record is even worse in this regard than John Kerry's, Diane Feinstein's, Hillary Clinton's, and even Teddy Kennedy's. I just wonder what part of "illegal" he doesn't understand?
I have a brother-in-law who's here, legally, from the Netherlands. He's educated, speaks English, is working and contributing to society, and has been here for 10 years. And for 10 years he's jumped through all the hoops to become a citizen. He's taken all the classes, filled out all the forms, showed up at the interviews, and waited his turn. Yet Mr. Dreier would have those who have broken our laws by illegally entering our country be granted amnesty and all the benefits of citizenship ahead of him...
(Note for those out of the area: it's pronounced "lah cuh NYAH duh", not as in "O Canada")