Local conservative activist under cloud

U.S. residency status unclear for former leader of Americans for Prosperity chapter

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I feel badly for Kelly and his family. While we disagree vehemently about politics, he has always been friendly and nice with me. I even had lunch with him once to discuss the possibility of pitching a show to a local TV station where we would provide opposing views on local issues. Clearly Kelly has found himself in the same financial mess that many Americans have discovered as the result of the absurd notion of “trickel down” economics. I’m glad that there is a social safty net available to him and his family. Too bad that local conservatives haven’t come to his rescue, since he’s been carrying their water for a very long time.

Talk about old news. Perhaps, now that immigration is now on the table, Charles will do an article about how Dan Robinson helps illegal aliens break US Immigrations laws. Oh that’s right Robinson is a Dem so he is off limits.

Kevin, clearly you don’t know the first thing about Dan Robinson. His firm works in the field of personal injury law, not immigration law. Don’t you ever get tired of spewing venom?

What a blow for AFP, MCRP, and Western Slope Conservative Alliance. They just aren’t getting a break from the Sentinel at all these days. First the paper prints a press release that omits a couple of little words like “Tea Party” and makes it look like they are endorsing the Libertarian candidate for Dist. 54.  Then after changing their by-laws to make it allowable to have a non-citizen on the board, their former board member has had his immigration status brought into question by none other than his wife.

If Kelly were here legally he would have a “green card” that would allow him to work here for anyone who cared to hire him. AFP says “He’s actually a Canadian citizen so we couldn’t hire him if we wanted to. “ but that is not correct if his card is up to date and he has renewed it as required. If he has not done that he then would be “illegal” and unable to be employed. Maybe his wife does not understand the process to become a citizen, but it sounds like she understands that you have to renew that green card every ten years if you have a permanent resident card and they give you plenty of time to get it done and she seems frustrated that he is “dragging his feet“.

Claudette, you know Kevin is just using the old tactic of change the subject and put the other guy on the defense and avoid addressing the issue at hand. You did notice that he did not say one word in support of Kelly or his family as you so graciously did.Does that mean that the conservative crowd is throwing Kelly under the bus? Or will they run another letter writing campaign to attack anyone who speaks up on the subject?

Claudette, not venom. Fact. Check out the Colorado Access to Justice Commission and their Colorado Access to Justice Reports 2011. Look on Page 29 for the report on Judicial District 21. Then look at the last paragraph.

If you need, send me your e-mail address and I can send you the documents.

Kevin,
I’ll read the documents. Please send them to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Sometime that E-mail address bounces E-mails for some unknown reason. If you get a bounce notice let me know.



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