Rep. Glazier, took exception to a vile and sophomoric letter Gheen sent to all members of the North Carolina Assembly which in typical Gheen peckerwood style, accused everyone who did not agree with him and support his anti Hispanic agenda of being “un-American”, “traitors” and guilty of “treason”. Full of himself and ego in overdrive as is usually the case, Gheen went on to threaten retaliation against those who voted against his agenda come the 2012 elections.
To those who argue and attack us as an institution or as members of a very margins of society. Where we allow discriminatory animus and the kinds of comments that are contained in this email, to operate without restriction, we allow the sowing of malice and hatred in our society and we are better than that as a people and we are better than that as a body.
Here is Rep. Glazier’s comments from the well of the NC Assembly:
Thank you very much, Mister Speaker.
I spoke yesterday on the floor on the bill, and, uh, and appreciate the comments and my discussion afterwards, particularly with several representatives involved in the bill and hopefully it will improve over time.
But I speak on a slightly different way on the bill today. I’m Looking at an e-mail on this bill sent from a group ALIPAC, and I want to read the title because I think its important.
This e-mail is ugly and it is hateful and it is vicious and it is despicable against two extraordinary honorable members of this body who I have a great and deep respect for not to mention all the members on this side.
This bill should be defeated on the merits as we suggested in argument yesterday. But it should be defeated as well to preserve the honor of this institution and to protect colleagues from deceitful and hateful and prejudicial comments of the nature of the people who are behind this bill, not the legislators involved but this group.
Ya know, the internet is filled with sites of hatred against Jew and Arab, against black and white, against Republican and Democrat, against women and men, and freedom of speech is important. If the first amendment is not a suicide pact, it does not require that we stand silent.
To those who argue and attack us as an institution or as members of a very margins of society. Where we allow discriminatory animus and the kinds of comments that are contained in this email, to operate without restriction, we allow the sowing of malice and hatred in our society and we are better than that as a people and we are better than that as a body. and so whether it is on the merits or for the honor of our colleagues or for the people involved or for the preservation of the institution. i hope that we change some of us, some of our votes today and that we vote to defeat this bill. it is an ugly, ugly bill
This latest attacks on lawmakers comes after Gheen publicly attacked NC Rep. Deborah Ross for further telling the truth about him and his malicious attacks against those he opposes. She also exposed Gheen’s peckerwood mentality.
Today, Gheen responded to Patriot Glaizers attacks in his normal manner of self-aggrandizement. Gheen wrote;
“We enjoyed watching Representative Rick Glazier meltdown and start crying on the house floor yesterday, but must point out that he was being both dishonest and unprofessional with his presentation,” said William Gheen President of ALIPAC. “Our open letter did not contain any of the ‘prejudicial’ elements Glazier cited and after twenty years of service to the NC General Assembly members, I hardly feel our message came from the ‘margins of society.’
We didn’t see or hear any meltdown by Rep. Glazier, simply a man fed up with the lies, misinformation and assaults coming from this small group from the dregs of society.
ALIPAC claims to be America’s 3rd largest organization of incompetent imbeciles advocating for the expulsion of all Mexicans from the United States. William Gheen, President of ALIPAC, is a registered nativist, er, lobbyist, prior gofer for the NC General Assembly, and pays to be quoted or interviewed often on CNN, FOX, MSNBC, CBS, and most of the major daily newspapers in America.WHAT IS THE MATRICULA CONSULAR?
Just what is the MATRICULA CONSULAR legally issued by the Mexican Consulate to Mexican citizens in the United States?
William Gheen claims it is ” worthless cards sold by the Mexican government to illegal aliens on US soil or to anyone looking to create false identification” and as usual, Gheen is speaking from the center hole between his butt checks where his head resides most of the time.
The Matrícula Consular de Alta Seguridad (MCAS) (Consular Identification Card) is an identification card issued by the Government of Mexico through its consulate offices to Mexican nationals residing outside of Mexico.
Also known as the Mexican CID card, it has been issued since 1871.
The issue of the card has no bearing on immigration status in the foreign country they are residing in.
The purpose of the card is to demonstrate that the bearer is a Mexican national living outside of Mexico.
It includes a Government of Mexico issued ID number and bears a photograph and address of the Mexican National to whom it is issued.
While no ID’s are foolproof and fraud proof, the Matricula Consular has built-in anti forgery features. Issuing officers are able to access Mexican IMSS records based on the applicants CURP number and Electoral ID card to determine the person requesting the card is who he says he is.
The issue at hand is ridiculous and further proof of William Gheen’s desire to kick Hispanics in the ass at every turn and then claim some sort of hard-won victory.
The passage of this law means nothing as Federal law permits and acknowledges the validity of the Matricula Consular. Nor does passage of this bill mean it will be enforced. It’s simply a feel good measure for the nativists in the NC legislature and others on the margins of society.