Why Do People & Illegals Protest That Illegal Aliens Should Have Every Right As Citizen Of America ?

Some of the bills would cut off benefits to people who can’t prove they’re in the U.S. Legally. From Mexico, El Salvador and beyond, Maryland’s latino community wants equal rights for all immigrants..Ok right here are they saying that illegals deserve benefits regardless of lack of proper documention ? Angelo Solera, who came to the U.S. 27 years ago from Spain, was in the crowd. “Most people in this country are immigrants. They came at one point or another. All of a sudden the new immigrants, which are latinos, are supposed to be bad and we don’t want them here.”
Solera is now a U.S. Citizen, but knows it could be tougher for those who are trying to follow in his foot steps. Nearly two dozen bills have been filed in the Maryland General Assembly, aimed at cracking down on illegal immigrants. An increasing number of anti-immigration groups have helped put pressure on lawmakers to do something about illegal immigration.
Organizers of events, like the protest in Annapolis, are staying optimistic. “As the evidence of how broken the immigration system is becomes more immediate and direct, we also have many more allies supporting the issues that we’re working on,” said Kim Propeack with Casa de Maryland.
Solera hopes even the toughest critics will look at all sides of the often divisive issue. “We always talk about the latino community and what it is taking from this country. What about the contributions that we are making to this country?”
So are they really saying immigration laws broken we ignore the law look at the contributions they are making ? Other people break the law should we look more their contributions instead of the actual crimes ?http://www.wjla.com/news/stories/0208/49…

Re:a Family Reunion, Can You Write A Story That Includes 5 Of These Lines Juuuust 4 The Pure Fun Of It?

1. I think Hannah Montana mentioned you in one of her songs.
2. Gaaaaawd….Here comes Aunt Mavis and Uncle Brochard.
3. Let us cross over the creek and rest under the shade of the trees,
whistling the theme to ‘Bridge Over The River Kwai,” all the while.
4. INCOMING!!
5. Why must you always bring up the unfortunate incident at Apache Junction?
6. One of the most quoted speeches in United States history.
7. My stern, religious nature and eccentric traits have been mocked,before…….Doo wah diddy diddy and pass the pickles.
8. She always mystifes, misleads, and surprises us with her inability to ___________.
9. We met on board and were in love by the time the ship arrived at Annapolis, Maryland…..Goooooo NAVY, hee haw!
10. Your athletic prowess and tactical sense were sorely missed at last year’s ________tournament.

*drink* Can You Believe That Creationist Once Again Twist Science And History To Their View?

Contact: Robert Bowie Johnson, Jr., Solving Light Books, 410-757-4630
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland, August 21 /Christian Newswire/ — Solving Light Books announced today the release of Robert Bowie Johnson Jr.’s new book, “Noah in Ancient Greek Art,” featuring 27 ancient images of the Greek version of Noah. The book details Noah’s role in Greek art as a known historical figure in relation to whom the artists were able to depict, and boast of, the rapid growth of their contrary spiritual outlook, exalting man, instead of God, as the measure of all things.
In his previous book, “The Parthenon Code: Mankind’s History in Marble” (a 288-page hardback now translated into Greek and French), Mr. Johnson presents abundant evidence that ancient Greek art preserves a record of humanity’s origins matching the Genesis account, but from an opposite viewpoint—that the serpent enlightened, rather than deluded, the first couple in paradise.

Does Maryland’s Experience Prove Once More That Taxing “the Rich” Is A Loser And That Incentives Matter?

Not that we needed any more proof, but I thought this was nice. From the Wall Street Journal.
Millionaires Go Missing
Maryland’s fleeced taxpayers fight back.
Here’s a two-minute drill in soak-the-rich economics:
Maryland couldn’t balance its budget last year, so the state tried to close the shortfall by fleecing the wealthy. Politicians in Annapolis created a millionaire tax bracket, raising the top marginal income-tax rate to 6.25%. And because cities such as Baltimore and Bethesda also impose income taxes, the state-local tax rate can go as high as 9.45%. Governor Martin O’Malley, a dedicated class warrior, declared that these richest 0.3% of filers were “willing and able to pay their fair share.” The Baltimore Sun predicted the rich would “grin and bear it.”
One year later, nobody’s grinning. One-third of the millionaires have disappeared from Maryland tax rolls. In 2008 roughly 3,000 million-dollar income tax returns were filed by the end of April. This year there were 2,000, which the state comptroller’s office concedes is a “substantial decline.” On those missing returns, the government collects 6.25% of nothing. Instead of the state coffers gaining the extra $106 million the politicians predicted, millionaires paid $100 million less in taxes than they did last year — even at higher rates.
No doubt the majority of that loss in millionaire filings results from the recession. However, this is one reason that depending on the rich to finance government is so ill-advised: Progressive tax rates create mountains of cash during good times that vanish during recessions. For evidence, consult California, New York and New Jersey (see here).
The Maryland state revenue office says it’s “way too early” to tell how many millionaires moved out of the state when the tax rates rose. But no one disputes that some rich filers did leave. It’s easier than the redistributionists think. Christopher Summers, president of the Maryland Public Policy Institute, notes: “Marylanders with high incomes typically own second homes in tax friendlier states like Florida, Delaware, South Carolina and Virginia. So it’s easy for them to change their residency.”
All of this means that the burden of paying for bloated government in Annapolis will fall on the middle class. Thanks to the futility of soaking the rich, these working families will now pay Mr. O’Malley’s “fair share.”

Does Anyone Know Of Any Portuguese Bakeries Or Markets That Sell Portuguese Food Anywhere In Maryland???

I am a Portuguese native that lives in Annapolis, and I get very homesick…I miss the great food and wine…have found some portuguese wines around here, but no food. If anyone knows of any location that sells it that would be great!!!!

I Live In Annapolis, Maryland And I Need A Hair Stylist That Is Good At Cutting Curly Hair. Any Suggestions?

I have curly hair, and I need a new ‘do. But, I am afraid to get it cut because it is fairly curly.
If you know of any hair stylist in particular that would be great!