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JimC

Pompano Beach, FL

#21 Jul 2, 2009
I read old Al Eisner's comments in a small town newspaper in Pottsville, Pa. He claims it's his hometown. He regularly gets his cut and paste responses printed- he's the relay man for the RNC.
A few of us called him on his inabilty to express his opinion in his own words and he then attempted to speak in his own words but it was just a mishmash of misspelled words, incorrectly used words, wrong tense, missing words and all in CAPS. I noticed in this thread that he must have found someone to do some typing for him because the errors in some of his posts disappeared. He claims that between your paper and the Washington Times and two others he has had 443 letters printed. I know there are many people relaying talking points- on both sides- but I think it should be pointed out that he is incapable of stringing together that many sentences in a way that anydoby but a dyslectic would understand.
Ignorance is Bliss

Kingston, PA

#22 Sep 16, 2009
Weren't you terminated from service as a volunteer with the Montgomery County Police Department? From improper involvement in a racial protest On June 21, 2008 at Derwood Hispanic Job Center???? Why should anyone listen to you???? Own up to who you are!!!!!!!!!! You are no roll model! You are an embarrassment to our Veterans!!!!!
LT COL AL EISNER

AOL

#23 Sep 17, 2009
Ignorance is truly Bliss for the above Ignoramus from Pittston, PA

This ignorant individual has no Idea what he is trying to say
First read all the facts surrounding my release from the Montgomery County Police Department before you start making Ignorant Statements
Yes I demonstrated against Illegal Immigrants that do not belong here
Yes I was released for wearing my Police ID

As to being a disgrace to Veterans I like to Know your Military record Mr. Ignoramus?

Yes and the Count of my Letters Articles being published is now 463 Go Goggle me
AL EISNER, Silver Spring MD and just maybe you will get educated Mister Ignoramus
JimC

Pompano Beach, FL

#24 Sep 17, 2009
. "It is sad because Eisner is a Holocaust survivor, member of a minority persecuted by the evils of Nazism, and he has made of the persecution of immigration one of the main goals of his life"

I don't believe Eisner was a holocaust survivor.
Lying is part of his daily life. He bombards
a small newspaper in Pottsville, Pa. with the same crap he posts here. He just relays whatever the RNC sends him. He claims he's a retired Lt. Colonel but he writes and spells like a high school drop-out. He might be in an assisted living home and using this as "therapy".
AL EISNER SILVER SPRING

Baltimore, MD

#25 Feb 19, 2011
Maryland Democrats propose to waste more money on illegal immigrants

Montgomery and Prince George's Democratic state senators Richard Madaleno and Victor Ramirez are now planning to file bills in Annapolis that would allow illegal immigrants to receive in-state tuition to the tune of $8,416 per illegal student.

That is outrageous and is nothing more than a way for the Democrats to seek more votes for themselves in the next election. Immigration of Hispanics and illegal immigrants has been a huge problem and on the rise in Maryland, specifically in Montgomery and Prince George's counties.

This faulty proposal must not become law under any circumstances in Maryland. What is needed here is for law enforcement to do their jobs and get these illegals that have invaded this state on the way to deportation.

The reason that we are in such an economic mess and deficit in Maryland is because of these illegal immigrants. The bottom line here is: no in-state tuition ever for any illegal immigrants. Period.

Al Eisner, Silver Spring
AL EISNER SILVER SPRING

Baltimore, MD

#26 Feb 19, 2011
Democrats plan to reward illegal immigrants

Maryland state Sens. Richard Madaleno, D-Montgomery, and Victor Ramirez, D-Prince George's, are planning to file bills in Annapolis that would allow illegal immigrants to receive in-state tuition to the tune of $8,416 per illegal student.

That is outrageous and is nothing more than a way for the Democrats to seek more votes for themselves in the next election. Illegal immigration has been a huge problem in Maryland and is on the rise, particularly in Montgomery and Prince George's.

This faulty proposal must not become law under any circumstances. What is needed here is for law enforcement to do their jobs and deport those who have invaded our state and increased our deficit.

Al Eisner

Silver Spring
AL EISNER SILVER SPRING

Baltimore, MD

#27 Feb 19, 2011


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To the Editor:

Rep. Luis Guitierrez, D-Ill., has introduced a massive anti-citizen amnesty bill with the support of more than 90 Democrats.

This flawed bill would virtually grant amnesty to every illegal alien in the United States. This legislation aims exclusively to satisfy the demand of the millions of immigrants who have invaded this country illegally.

We have now about 25 million legal American citizens unemployed or partially employed. Legalizing millions of low-skilled, low-wage workers who would depend on government services would drive our ailing economy down the drain.

This faulty bill would weaken immigration enforcement at our borders, eliminate local/federal enforcement cooperation, vastly expand the ability of illegal immigrants to fight their just removal from this country.

Under no circumstances must this liberal bill be passed. This is irresponsible legislation to appease the illegals in order for the Democrats to gain their votes.

Al Eisner

Silver Spring, Md.

Ex-Pottsville PA resident

THIS WAS PUBLISHED IN THE POTTSVILLE, PA 17901 REPUBLICAN HERALD
AL EISNER SILVER SPRING

Baltimore, MD

#28 Feb 19, 2011
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Al Eisner, Silver Spring

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AL EISNER SILVER SPRING

Baltimore, MD

#29 Feb 20, 2011
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No in-state tuition for illegal immigrants
Originally published January 29, 2011
Montgomery County and Prince George's County Democratic state Sens. Richard Madaleno of Wheaton and Victor Ramirez of Cheverly are now planning to file bills in Annapolis that would allow illegal immigrants to receive in-state tuition to the tune of $8,416 per illegal immigrant student.
That is outrageous and is nothing more than a way for the Democrats to seek more votes for themselves in the next election. The influx of Hispanic and other illegal immigrants has been a huge problem and is on the rise in Maryland -- specifically in Montgomery and Prince George's counties.
This faulty proposal and bill must not become law under any circumstances in Maryland. What is needed here is for law enforcement to do its job and get these illegal immigrants that have invaded this state on the way to deportation. The reason that we are in such a mess and deficit in Maryland is because of these illegal immigrants.
The bottom line here is no in-state tuition for any illegal immigrants -- period!
AL EISNER
Silver Spring
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AL EISNER SILVER SPRING

Baltimore, MD

#30 Feb 20, 2011
Editor
Northern Virginia Daily

Sir:

President Obama's new policies on nuclear weapons definitely will make us less safe.
He just virtually tossed our nuclear deterrence out the window as he is counting on the so-called goodwill of our potential enemies.

His new strategy renounces the development of any new nuclear weapons and is also overruling his own defense secretary's policy. This faulty strategy is a severe change and shift from those of his predecessors as he seeks to revamp our nation's posture and this comes in a time in which rogue nations and terrorist organizations like Iran and North Korea have become a greater thread than traditional powers like China and Russia.
These proposed changes in our nuclear policy are not only bad and will make is a lot weaker and less safe as a world power.

For the first time, the United States is committing not to use nuclear weapons against any non-nuclear countries, even if they attack the United States with biological or chemical weapons or launched a crippling cyber attack.

This is a faulty policy that will hurt this country in the near future. These are not the changes this country wants or desires.

AL EISNER
Lt. Col. Retired
12609 Farnell Drive
Silver Spring, Md.
June 18, 2010
AL EISNER SILVER SPRING

Baltimore, MD

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Now that the GOP is in firm control of the House of Representatives,
the most important and first order of business is to repeal Obamacare.

The Republican efforts to repeal President Barrack Obama's massive
health care law will ultimately succeed as the first step on the way to
taking our country back. It's the beginning of a long process, but the
Republicans will win that battle.

First comes the House vote. If the Senate should also move to repeal,
President Obama would then veto the measure. Regardless of any Senate
or White House move, the next step would be de-funding the measure,
which would also bring a veto.

The final step would be to attach the de-funding to measures Obama
cannot veto, such as an extension of the debt limit or the budget.

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Eventually this should and will wind up in the Supreme Court, hopefully
while the court is still conservative dominated.

Al Eisner, Silver Spring

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Rroma

Pearland, TX

#32 Feb 9, 2015
Jim, you have nothing better but to be critical of others?

Eisley is someone I know very well who has written and published 4 books. He is in fact a retired USMC Lt. Col. and a well decorated one at that. He has fought in many wars and earned his way through the ranks. Now please tell me what have you done or who are you to be disrespectful to someone who has fought for you to speak freely, even if it is oblivious with lack of coruscation.

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