Casa de Maryland might soon get big surprise

The Casa de Maryland is a state-funded group that supports illegal immigration.

Gustavo Torres, their executive director, recently said this about the Minuteman Project members who've been monitoring illegal labor hiring halls:

"We are going to target [the MMP members] in a specific way... [by taking their own pictures]... Then we are going to picket their houses, and the schools of their kids, and go to their work... If they are going to do this to us, we are going to respond in the same way, to let people know their neighbors are extremists, that they are anti-immigrant. They are going to hear from us."

Obviously, it's bad enough that a state-funded group not just supports illegal immigration but threatens to invade the privacy of patriotic Americans' children. However, there are a couple other pitfalls in this scheme which I'm not going to discuss just in case someone reads this and tips them off.


The most recent annual report for Casa de Maryland, a non-profit, shows $2,771,615 in income for 2004-2005, of which 51 percent was provided by various government agencies. According to its website, the organization's employment program provides day-labor placement for "low-income Latino and African immigrants ... as employers seek to replace permanent workers." "We never ask for documentation," Torres told the New York Times in December. "Our mission is to help anyone in need of service, regardless of their immigration status. We are proud of that."

Note that Kim Propeack of Casa is a frequent quote source for the WaPo and other rags, and every time that a paper quotes them in the future please send them the WND link so they know who they're dealing with.

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Some pretty outrageous comments, but there hasn't been much a stink about 'em.