- Co-author of Proposition 187 and the Save Our State (SOS) Initiative in California
- Con to the question "Should the Government Allow Immigrants Who Are Here Illegally to Become US Citizens?"
“The People of California find and declare as follows: That they have suffered and are suffering economic hardship caused by the presence of illegal aliens in this state. That they have suffered and are suffering personal injury and damage caused by the criminal conduct of illegal aliens in this state. That they have a right to the protection of their government from any person or persons entering this country unlawfully. Therefore, the People of California declare their intention to provide for cooperation between their agencies of state and local government with the federal government, and to establish a system of required notification by and between such agencies to prevent illegal aliens in the United States from receiving benefits or public services in the State of California.”
Proposition 187, 1994
“If amnesty goes through, Bush will lose the White House… He’s not going to pick up any votes on the other side, and Republicans won’t vote. And that’s the message Republican elitists need to understand: They say, ‘Where will Republican voters go?’ and I say, ‘I don’t have to go anywhere. I can stay home.'”
“Colorado Eyes Limit on Benefits for Aliens,” The Washington Times, Jan. 30, 2004
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Individuals and organizations that do not fit into the other star categories.
- Involvement and Affiliations:
- Vice-Chairman, Friends of The Border Patrol (formed in Aug. 2004)
- Co-author of Save Our State (SOS), a 2004 Californian initiative regarding immigration that failed to get enough signatures to qualify for the ballot
- Co-author of Californian Proposition 187, 1994
- Accountant (based in Tustin, CA)
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