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Mensaje por Charlie319 el Dom Mar 10, 2013 2:05 pm

Gente, si ustedes pensaban que las cosas iban a ser rectas con este presidente de pacotilla que tenemos, les voy a dar una noticia... El socialista de turno en el Partido Democrata va a reemplazar a la Californiana chicana Hilda Solis con Tomas Pérez es un ex-funcionario y ex-presidente de una organización extremadamente activa en el tema pro-amnistía en el estado de Maryland y en toda la Nación: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CASA_of_Maryland CASA de Maryland... Esta es una organización que aboga y asiste en favor de inmigración y Latinos. Sus siglas de CASA significan "Asociación de Solidaridad Centro Americana de Maryland ("Central American Solidarity Association of Maryland") y es miembro del Consejo Nacional de la Raza y su similar National Day Laborer Organizing Network, que promueve los intereses de los "jornaleros (Day Laborers) que en su gran mayoría son extranjeros ilegalmente en el País. Además, CASA ha sido financiada por, entre atoros, del inversionista desestabilizador, George Soros y el Gobierno de Hugo Chávez... CASA de Maryland, y Tomas Pérez, cuentan con un largo expediente de favorecer a la comunidad de extranjeros criminalmente (si mis tortolitos, el ingresar al país ilegalmente, o con una visa obtenida fraudulentamente, es un delito criminal, aunque algunas penalidades sean multas civiles) presentes en los EEUU. Claro que La información impresa y provista por el gobierno Obamanita no es mas que una lavada al historial pro-impunidad del Sr. Pérez Tomas Pérez en la mayoría de su carrera como promotor de los derechos de los que se encuentran criminalmente en nuestro País. En vez de eso, les han dado una leyenda que cubre tan solo su pasado mas reciente... Pero veamos que ha hecho Tomasito con lo que si admiten en su "news release":
En el 2010, Thomas Pérez, Assistant Attorney General, entonces a cargo de la Divison de Derechos Civiles del Departamento de Justicia Obamanita, entablo una demanda contra el Sheriff Joe Arpaio, del Condado de Maricopa en Arizona. La razón de la demanda fue que Arpaio estaba dando a respetar las leyes migratorias que el Departamento de Justicia estaba ignorando... Esto seria problemático excepto que no lo podían probar ya que, previamente, otra agencia federal, e El Servicio de Aduanas e Inmigración [Immigration Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE)] ya había llevado a cabo su propia investigación y auditoria de las oficinas del Sheriff Arpaio y había hallado que sus oficiales "eran profesionales y cumplían con el requisito del MOA" (Memorandum of Understanding). Este incluía asuntos de discriminación y "racial profiling" en el trato con extranjeros ilegales. Thomas Pérez tiene un historial de interpretar los "derechos civiles" bajo la teoría de "impactos dispares" Bajo esta teoría, no importa nada si tu intención era o no el discriminar. Solo importa el que si los resultados demuestran alguna disparidad en áreas tales como puntuaciones en exámenes, o hipotecas, entonces eso no puede ser el resultado de nada excepto discrimen. Nunca puede tener eso nada que ver con la habilidad o capacidad de la persona... Podemos anticipar que TomPerez, lejos de servir su cargo en el interés de la ciudadanía de los Estados Unidos, va a continuar sirviendo los intereses de los extranjeros ilegalmente presentes en los EEUU y los gobiernos de estos que se benefician de manera billonaria de sus transferencias financieras. Este nombramiento es emblemático de esta administración cuyos intereses no sirven al bienestar Nacional. Pérez, nacido en Buffalo NY, es hijos de dominicanos que se asentaron allí tras venir en busca de oportunidades. El Padre de Pérez sirvió en el ejército de los EEUU y luego trabajo en el sistema de hospitales de veteranos... Lo que obvian los reportes es que si llegaron o no legalmente a los EEUU, ya que en esa época lo típico era buscar unirse al ejercito y tras seis años de servicio arreglar papeles. Pérez, al igual que Obama, ha trabajado para ACORN.

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Obama nombrará hispano como Secretario del Trabajo
10 de marzo de 2013 - Estados Unidos, Política - AP
Según personas allegadas a las deliberaciones en la Casa Blanca
El presidente Barack Obama se apresta a designar al funcionario hispano Thomas Pérez como el próximo secretario del Trabajo, dijeron dos personas allegadas a las deliberaciones en la Casa Blanca.
Pérez, de 51 años, ha dirigido la División de Derechos Humanos del Departamento de Justicia desde 2009 y anteriormente fue el secretario de Trabajo en el estado de Maryland. Se espera que reciba un respaldo firme de los sindicatos y de la comunidad hispana, que desea verse representada en el gabinete de Obama.
Su nombramiento podría hacerse oficial pronto, incluso mañana, dijeron las personas familiarizadas con el proceso de selección. Ellas hablaron ayer bajo condición de no ser identificadas porque aún no se ha hecho el anuncio oficial. El portavoz de la Casa Blanca Matt Lehrich declinó hacer declaraciones.
De ser nominado y confirmado, Pérez sustituirá a Hilda Solís, quien renunció en enero para regresar a su estado natal de California.
Pérez fue el primer latino elegido para al Consejo del condado de Montgomery en Maryland, donde sirvió de 2002 a 2006.
Pérez llegaría al Departamento de Trabajo mientras Obama impulsa una reforma migratoria amplia, que podría incluir cambios en cómo los empleadores contratan a trabajadores extranjeros. Los funcionarios del Departamento de Trabajo también han tenido un papel destacado en apoyar los esfuerzos de Obama para aumentar el salario mínimo federal, de $7.25 a $9.00 la hora.
En el Departamento de Justicia, Pérez tuvo un papel clave en la decisión de impugnar leyes que buscaban que los votantes en Texas y Carolina del Sur contaran con identificación oficial, algo que podría haber restringido el derecho de voto de las minorías. Un tribunal federal revocó posteriormente la ley de Texas y retrasó la aplicación de la ley de Carolina del Sur hasta después de las elecciones de 2012.
El Senado confirmó fácilmente a Pérez para su cargo en el Departamento de Justicia, pero desde entonces, algunos legisladores republicanos lo han criticado por su papel en persuadir a la alcaldía de St. Paul, en Minnesota, para que retirara una demanda entablada ante la Corte Suprema de Justicia. A cambio, el Departamento de Justicia se abstuvo de unirse a dos juicios contra St. Paul que podrían haber devuelto millones de dólares al gobierno federal en daños y perjuicios.
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Mensaje por Charlie319 el Jue Mar 14, 2013 2:10 pm

Michell Malkin ensarta a Tomas Perez en su columna...





Obama's Nominee for Secretary of (Illegal Alien) Labor


Michelle Malkin

March 13, 2013



The Beltway is buzzing over President Obama's likely nomination of Thomas E. Perez as the next head of the U.S. Department of Labor. But when Americans find out whom Perez has lobbied for most aggressively over the course of his extremist leftwing social justice career, they'll be wondering which country Obama's pick really plans to serve.



Press accounts describe Perez, currently the assistant attorney general for the Justice Department's civil rights division, as a "tireless advocate of worker and civil rights." The son of immigrants from the Dominican Republic, Perez was a former special counsel for the late illegal alien amnesty champion Sen. Ted Kennedy.

During the Clinton years, Perez worked at the Justice Department to establish a "Worker Exploitation Task Force" to enhance working conditions for ... illegal alien workers. While holding down his government position, Perez volunteered for Casa de Maryland. This notorious illegal alien advocacy group is funded through a combination of taxpayer-subsidized grants (totaling $5 million in 2010 alone from Maryland and local governments) and radical liberal philanthropy, including billionaire George Soros' Open Society Institute.

That's in addition to more than $1 million showered on the group by freshly departed Venezuelan thug Hugo Chavez's regime-owned oil company, CITGO.

As I've reported previously, Perez rose from Casa de Maryland volunteer to president of the group's board of directors. Under the guise of enhancing the "multicultural" experience, he crusaded for an ever-expanding set of illegal alien benefits, from in-state tuition discounts for illegal alien students to driver's licenses and tax-subsidized day labor centers. Casa de Maryland opposes enforcement of deportation orders, has protested post-9/11 coordination of local, state and national criminal databases, and produced a "know your rights" propaganda pamphlet for illegal aliens that depicted federal immigration agents as armed bullies making babies cry.

The group can claim credit for pushing the White House to issue an estimated 800,000 illegal alien deportation waivers by executive fiat. And now, Casa de Maryland is currently leading the charge for an even broader illegal alien "path to citizenship."

Questioned by GOP Sen. Jeff Sessions during his DOJ confirmation hearing in 2009 about the illegal alien rights guide produced by Casa de Maryland, Perez grudgingly stated that "the civil rights division must not act in contravention to valid enforcement actions of our federal immigration laws."

But "act(ing) in contravention" of the law is at the heart of Perez's and Casa's radicalism -- and not just on behalf of illegal aliens.

During his tenure with the Obama DOJ, Perez sought to undermine electoral integrity by attacking South Carolina's voter ID law. His race card antics were rebuked by a unanimous U.S. District Court panel (which included a Clinton appointee), and the law prevailed.

Perez was instrumental in covering the backsides of the militant New Black Panther Party thugs who menaced voters and poll watchers in Philadelphia in 2008. The American Spectator's Quin Hillyer recounted that a federal judge challenged the veracity of Perez's testimony about DOJ political appointees' interference on behalf of the Panthers. "This came after Perez also had, apparently unlawfully, refused to honor valid subpoenas from the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights -- and it was in addition to yet another falsehood by Perez, this one to the effect that DOJ had sought the maximum allowable penalty against the Panthers," Hillyer reported. "While the original decision to dismiss the case pre-dated Perez's appointment to the Justice Department, his direct involvement in, and hands-on management of, what amounted to a cover-up of the decision's origins should alone be disqualifying for any Cabinet post."

Perez also helped spearhead the lawsuit against Arizona over its immigration enforcement measures and launched a three-year DOJ witch-hunt against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. The vengeful investigation against Arpaio, the nation's most outspoken local law enforcement official against illegal alien crime, was dropped without charges last summer. Perez is leading similar witch-hunts against police departments across the country based on leftwing junk science theories about racial "disparate impacts."

With Senate Republicans John McCain, Lindsey Graham and company folding like lawn chairs on Obamamnesty, open-borders groups are thrilled at the prospect of another victory with Perez's nomination. Last week, conservatives stood with Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., over John Brennan's nomination as CIA director. Who will stand for American workers in opposition to Obama's pending secretary of illegal alien labor? Anyone?
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Mensaje por Charlie319 el Lun Mar 18, 2013 8:51 am

Fijense como los comunicados oficiales obvian toda mencion de las actividades pro-criminales de Perez en CASA de Maryland...



Obama to nominate Justice official cited in negative report for Cabinet
Anita Kumar McClatchy Newspapers
By Anita Kumar
McClatchy Newspapers
President Barack Obama will nominate Thomas Perez to be labor secretary on Monday, a week after an inspector general's report said the assistant attorney general provided incomplete testimony to the U.S. Civil Rights Commission about a lawsuit involving the New Black Panther Party.


The report ultimately concluded Perez did not intentionally mislead the commission in May 2010 when he said the Justice Department’s leadership was not involved in a decision to dismiss three defendants in a lawsuit the Bush administration brought against the New Black Panther Party.


But the report threatens to complicate the confirmation process of Perez, head of the department’s civil rights division. If the Senate confirms him, he would replace Hilda Solis, who resigned in January.


Inspector General Michael Horowitz also found that the department's voting rights unit suffers from "deep ideological polarization" and a "lack of professionalism" including leaks and harassment. But the report indicated there was insufficient evidence to support accusations that leaders in the Bush and Obama administrations refused to enforce voting laws on behalf of particular groups of voters.


With regard to the New Black Panther Party case, Perez failed to mention that a pair of political appointees -- an associate attorney general and a deputy associate attorney general -- were involved in discussions, according to the report. No rules bar them from being involved.


The department initially sued New Black Panther Party, but after Obama came into office, the administration asked the court to dismiss the suit against three of the four defendants. The report determined the department acted properly.


Perez, the son of immigrants from the Dominican Republic, has served in his current job since 2009. Prior to that, he worked for Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) as state labor secretary and was a member of the Montgomery County Council.



Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/03/18/3292557/obama-to-nominate-justice-official.html#storylink=cpy
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Mensaje por Charlie319 el Lun Mar 18, 2013 4:28 pm

Esto del Wall Street Journal. Ellos tambien en su comportamiento politicamente correcto (PC) obvian su pasado pro -fronteras abiertas y amnistias... Pero esto es tan solo porque los cocorocos del WSJ tambien quieren que sigan llegando para suprimir y ahorcar cualqueir crecimiento en salarios.





The Problem with Perez





By JASON L. RILEY


President Obama has nominated Thomas Perez, head of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, to be the next secretary of labor. The White House cites as an attribute his work at Justice in settling several fair-lending cases involving banks. But Republicans ought to question Mr. Perez's fondness for using statistical analysis to bring discrimination cases.





Mr. Perez is a disciple of "disparate impact theory," which uses statistics (selectively) to "prove" discrimination. As the economist Walter Williams has noted, disparate-impact theorists worship at the altar of racial proportionality. If blacks are 13% of the population, they should be roughly 13% of police officers, dentists, UCLA's freshman class and residents of upscale suburbs like Scarsdale, N.Y. If they aren't, then racial discrimination is to blame and legal action against institutions, municipalities, businesses and landlords is warranted.
So when Mr. Perez noticed that some lenders had denied certain loans to blacks at higher rates than whites, he took action. Never mind all the studies that show whites denied certain kinds of loans at higher rates than Asians, or that show black-owned banks have also rejected black applicants at higher rates—which suggests that something other than racial discrimination might be at work. Mr. Perez made selective use of the data to fit his theory, then pressured the banks into settling rather than suffer years of bad publicity from unproven accusations of racism.

Mr. Perez and the Obama administration insist that disparate-impact analysis helps minorities. But forcing banks to lend money to people who can't pay it back means more home foreclosures and ruined credit ratings. How does that help someone?

The Labor Department nominee, who needs Senate confirmation, might face some questioning along these lines from Republican Sen. Charles Grassley of Iowa, who wants to know if Justice pressured the city of St. Paul, Minn., last year to withdraw a housing discrimination suit that was before the Supreme Court. The case might have allowed the High Court to weigh in on the constitutionality of disparate-impact analyses, which is the last thing that Mr. Perez and the Obama administration want.

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Judicial Watch Statement on the Nomination of Thomas Perez as U.S. Secretary of Labor

"Thomas Perez has shown a glaring inability to follow his sworn duties to tell the truth and dispassionately apply the basic constitutional tenet of equal justice under law."

Contact: Jill Farrell, Judicial Watch, 202-646-5188



WASHINGTON, March 22, 2013 /Standard Newswire/ -- Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton issued the following statement today regarding the nomination of Thomas Perez to be the next Secretary of Labor in the Obama Administration:

"During his time as the Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ), Thomas Perez has shown a glaring inability to tell the truth and dispassionately apply the basic constitutional tenet of 'equal justice under law.'

"Time and again in recent years, Judicial Watch has exposed Mr. Perez's repeated attempts to undermine those seeking to assure that the laws of the land are applied equally to those of all races. Mr. Perez's attacks on election integrity measures such as voter ID were so far off base that he helped the DOJ earn a reputation as a partisan campaign arm for the Obama reelection campaign.

"As Secretary of Labor, Mr. Perez would be in a position to push policies broadly discriminate against American workers who failed to meet his own, thoroughly racialist worldview. Furthermore, based upon his relentless record both in and out of government, there can be little doubt that he would continue to put his personal preference for illegal immigrants above the rights of all workers of any race to equal employment opportunity.

"Mr. Perez is a terrible, hyper-partisan choice for Labor Secretary. Honest Democrats and Republicans who want the Labor Department to be run well should look skeptically at his nomination."

In November, 2010, Judicial Watch produced documents obtained from the Obama Department of Justice in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit directly contradicting sworn testimony by Perez before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights that no political leadership was involved in the DOJ decision to abandon its own voter intimidation lawsuit against the New Black Panther Party for Self Defense. The Black Panther Party had been charged with threatening and intimidating white voters outside a Philadelphia polling station on Election day 2008.

In July 2012, Judicial Watch obtained a ruling in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia that Perez had, indeed, lied under oath about the involvement of "political leadership" in the DOJ decision. In the ruling, Judge Reggie B. Walton declared:

"The documents reveal that political appointees within DOJ were conferring about the status and resolution of the New Black Panther Party case in the days preceding the DOJ's dismissal of claims in that case, which would appear to contradict Assistant Attorney General Perez's testimony that political leadership was not involved in that decision."

The DOJ's Office of Inspector General recently released a report entitled "A Review of the Operations of the Voting Rights Section of the Civil Rights Division," which confirms the court's ruling: "We believe that these facts evidence 'involvement' in the decision by political appointees within the ordinary meaning of that word," and that Perez's statements, "did not capture the full extent of that involvement." The report also documents that Perez does not believe in the race neutral application of certain civil rights laws.

Also in 2012, Judicial Watch discovered that Perez may have colluded with St. Paul, Minnesota, officials to persuade the city to take the extraordinary step of withdrawing its cert petition from the Supreme Court docket in a case involving "disparate impact" discrimination. Documents obtained by Judicial Watch under the Minnesota Data Practices Act showed that St. Paul City Attorney Sara Grewing arranged a meeting between Perez, and Mayor Chris Coleman a week before the city's withdrawal from the case, captioned Magner v. Gallagher. Following Perez's visit, the city withdrew its case and thanked DOJ and officials at HUD for their involvement.

Documents and a staff briefing with the House Committee on Oversight & Government Reform revealed in September 2012 that, in exchange for St. Paul dropping its case before the high court, DOJ stopped two whistleblower claims against the city with the power to restore $180 million in violated HUD grants to the U.S. taxpayer. The Wall Street Journal confirmed Judicial Watch's concerns in an investigation of its own and noted that the issues are "likely to get high billing" at Perez's confirmation proceedings.

Perez is a former president of the board of Central American Solidarity Association of Maryland, CASA de Maryland, a group whose recent filings with the IRS describe its chief goals as helping all people "participate and benefit fully" in American society, "regardless of their immigration status." In opposing the Perez nomination, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Jeff Sessions (D-AL), described CASA, which was supported by Hugo Chavez, as "a fringe advocacy group that has instructed illegal immigrants on how to escape detection, and also promoted illegal labor sites and driver's licenses for illegal immigrants."

Perez helped spearhead the DOJ's attack on SB 1070, Arizona's illegal immigration enforcement law, also the DOJ's legal attacks against states that attempted to implement voter integrity measures in 2012, including Voter ID laws.
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