That’s what some rich big shot lawyers in Washington DC want.
Calling it “extraordinary,” Judicial Watch’s Tom Fitton asked that question in discussing the legal case filed by CASA de Maryland (the illegals’ ACORN) and illegal alien students in Maryland against the State Board of Elections and MDPetitions.
Here is how the report today (about a court deadline) by reporter Glynis Kazanjian at CityBizList begins:
Casa de Maryland is expected to submit tens of thousands of contested Maryland Dream Act referendum signatures to the Office of the Attorney General today (Friday). This marks the first deadline imposed by the courts since the immigrant advocacy group sued the State Board of Elections in early August.
Casa, along with eight plaintiffs including two illegal immigrants, is hoping to disqualify enough petition signatures to keep the new law allowing undocumented residents to receive in-state college tuition rates from appearing on the 2012 general election ballot.
Be sure to read all the information on how hot shot lawyers Joseph E. Sandler and lawyers at ARNOLD AND PORTER (mega firm Arnold and Porter, can you believe it? This is really a big deal for the Dems!) are going over your personal information in their lofty DC legal palaces.
Then Judicial Watch President Fitton comments (emphasis mine):
The clock will now start ticking for what will likely be one the most contentious legal battles in Maryland throughout this year and next.
“It’s really quite an extraordinary circumstance where you have people unlawfully here trying to prevent a democratic process from moving forward,” said Tom Fitton , President of Judicial Watch, a non-partisan government accountability education foundation based in Washington, D.C.
Judicial Watch, who will also receive the list of signatures from Casa, is representing MDPetitions.com, an organization named in the lawsuit that produced the state’s first computer generated online petition forms.
“Whose side are we going to be on here?” Fitton asked. “Citizens who want a say in how their tax dollars are spent, or the illegal aliens who want to prevent citizens from being the final arbiters of how their tax money is spent?”
Let’s see. You want to keep your money and the illegal aliens want your money and a couple of the biggest law firms in Washington DC (with lawyers making six and seven figure salaries) want to take your chump change (your hard-earned middle class savings) and give it away to people who came here illegally. Yup, that sure sounds fair and just.