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Nearly 1200 official Georgia agencies in violation of state illegal immigration law – here is a list
by DA_King
June 28, 2012 12:45 PM | 3908 views | 12 12 comments | 34 34 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

“UPDATE: July 3, 2012 9:15 AM

For readers who want to learn more about the federal IMAGE certification program, you can see the official website. Also, there is a bonus argument for expanding IMAGE certification to include the requirement that Cobb contractors are certified. Local anti-enforcement entertainer Rich Pellegrino is firmly against it. Which doesn’t mean that he understands it. See a recent and relevant MDJ news story on that fact. Maybe Rich can convince someone (else) to go on a hunger strike to back up his opposition…”


, from the state Department of Audits, is a list of the nearly 1200 official agencies in Georgia who are still ignoring state law on even reporting that they have or have not taken the required steps to protect jobs for Georgians. Scroll through to find the agency closest to you.

Believe it or not, the number of violators in government is coming down since Georgia’s first comprehensive illegal immigration laws was passed in 2006

(Thank you for your courage state Senator Chip Rogers!).

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Lib in Cobb
July 03, 2012
Danny: Still nothing to say involving the topic, I am not surprised. You have given no position or opinion related to the topic, no cogent points at all. OK

Notes from 6/18/12 DHS conference call on Secretary's illegal alien prosecutorial discretion memo
(Obama’s DREAM Act amnesty announced on June 15, 2012)
by DA_King
June 22, 2012 11:00 AM | 3570 views | 30 30 comments | 22 22 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

You read it here first…

Notes from 6/18/12 DHS conference call on Secretary's illegal alien prosecutorial discretion memo (Obama’s DREAM Act amnesty announced on June 15, 2012)

Below are notes taken from a Department of Homeland Security conference call this week between administration officials and what the Obama administration regards as “stakeholders” (the people who demand amnesty, or else...) in his implementation of his amnesty for illegal aliens – “prosecutorial discretion”  for an entire group of illegals. Note that there doesn’t seem to have been much thought or planning put into his decree.

Much of this is rather technical for people who don’t study the issue every day, but worth reading, using and saving in the interest of education. And, no, I won’t say how I obtained these notes, except that they are taken directly from the conference call. Please make particular note of the points I have in bold below. Update: Also, HERE is a link to a letter to Obama from a group of U.S. Senators, including Senator Johnny Isakson and Senator Saxby Chambliss HERE is a link to a letter sent by members of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee dak

The call featured USCIS Director Alejandro Mayorkas, ICE Director John Morton and Acting CBP Commissioner David Aguilar.


AM: USCIS hasn't determined: how to collect eligibility information, who will adjudicate the requests and how quickly they will be handled.

Not accepting requests now for deferred action (DA). Will start 60 days from June 15th, the day of the Secretary's announcement.

Discussed eligibility criteria for DA. Will accept whatever documents an applicant provides but anticipate documents related to school, employment records, financial records and items proving physical presence.

Have to separately apply for a work authorization.

If given DA, a person will not accrue unlawful presence time during the two-year period.

Will take action if people misrepresent information. If someone is denied DA, won't automatically place in removal proceedings but can do so consistent with the Notice To Appear process. No appeal process for denials.

Dependents and immediate relatives do not automatically get DA - have to apply independently.

Haven't decided if DA recipient can travel outside of US

JM: ICE with work with CBP to ensure qualifying people are not removed, or placed in removal proceedings, if they meet case-by-case criteria. If someone is already in the removal process, they will be taken out of that process on a case-by-case basis and referred to USCIS. Have already started a review of persons in Executive Office of Immigration Review proceedings. They have been granted administrative closure and will now be granted DA.

DA: Mostly have contact with applicable individuals at ports of entry or on the border. Will interview people who may qualify and detain to determine eligibility with regard to biometrics. They'll run a biographic and biometric background check against federal/state/local databases. Upon establishing prima facie eligibility, the person will released and the DA processing will follow.

Encountered 11 individuals over the weekend. Reviewed their eligibility, released them and directed them to report to USCIS. Issue raised whether people eligible for removal proceeding should place themselves in the hands of ICE or CBP. They do not recommend this. Wait and apply through the USCIS.

Q: If someone is denied DA and just overstayed a visa, will the person not be placed in the removal proceedings?

A (AM): Answer governed by the Notice To Appear process. Under these circumstances, the removal referral would not be made.

Q: When program over, will the names be used for removal proceedings?

A (AM): There is no intention at this point of dismantling the prosecutorial discretion architecture that was built over the last year. ( Note from D.A. for info on this. Obama did something similar last year, but the GOP had very little to say about it)

Q: If someone applies for DA, would family members be at greater risk for a Notice To Appear?

A (AM): No, the others would have to qualify for a Notice To Appear under our prosecutorial discretion policy based on their own conduct.

Q: What kinds of convictions would cause a denial?

A (JM): Assaults, drug trafficking, DUI.

Q: How many hours in college must a person have?

A (AM): The criteria just speak about being in school. We'll provide more clarification later.

Q: As an immigration attorney. I appreciate the way you're doing this. It's kind of like Temporary Protected Status or a cross between a class review and a case-by-case review. There's nothing to stop one of the agencies from granting DA and work authorization to someone who is 31 1/4. You're saying don't apply if you don't fit, even though you could all along.

A (AM): This is not like TPS, it's an exercise of prosecutorial discretion that's based on the information that individuals present.

Q: Will there be a form and a fee?

A (AM): We don't know yet.

Q: Different states have different definitions of misdemeanor. In California, it's only a misdemeanor to be caught driving without a license. What definitions will you use?

A (JM): We'll use federal and state definitions of misdemeanors.


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Lib in Cobb
June 29, 2012
Snake: There was no necessity for the Supreme Court to look at the entire bill, HB 1070. Invalidating its key parts was more than adequate. The one section of the bill, which was upheld is suspect and could be reviewed by the court if necessary. Not a direct quote.

I will say that as soon as the any cop makes the wrong stop in AZ, this will be back in front of the court. The ACLU is waiting, it will happen.

Even John McCain condemns Obama's vote-buying policy
by DA_King
June 19, 2012 03:29 PM | 2278 views | 7 7 comments | 23 23 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

Just how bad is Obama’s vote buying scandal with his disregard for that pesky constitution and the Congress of the United States - and existing immigration law - in his shameless pandering move to suspend enforcement for a large group of illegal aliens?

It’s so bad that even John McCain has condemned it.

From The Hill-

McCain: Obama ‘dictating' immigration policy

GOP Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) blasted President Obama's decision to halt the deportation of some young illegal immigrants, saying it was an overreach of the chief executive's powers and called it an attempt to "distract" voters from the economy.

"The thing that may disturb people after the initial euphoria is over about this is that the President of the United States is now dictating that certain laws will not be enforced," said McCain Sunday on Meet the Press.

"That is a rather serious step. It's one thing to say you're not going to challenge a law in court, or something like that. But, I don't recall a time when any president has basically said, we're not going to enforce a law that's on the books,” he added…

That’s how bad it is. More here with video.


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Kevin Foley
June 22, 2012
Robert Johnson - Bless your heart. I know ignorance is bliss, but let me enlighten you with the news we saw last Friday:

On Friday the president had said that he was issuing an executive order protecting the children of illegal immigrants from being deported by allowing them to seek work permits to remain in the United States.

Anniversary of anguish – twelve years since Dustin Inman was killed by an illegal alien An American family looking for a better life separated forever: No Executive Order amnesty for Dustin Inman or his parents
by DA_King
June 15, 2012 02:11 PM | 4083 views | 28 28 comments | 25 25 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

Saturday, June 16, 2012 marks 12 years since Dustin Inman was taken from his family. Dustin is forever 16.

Dustin was a 16-year-old American boy killed by an illegal alien in a senseless traffic collision on Father's Day weekend in the year 2000. He was on his way to a weekend of fishing in the north Georgia mountains with his parents.

Dustin is one of the uncounted thousands of Americans who have needlessly lost their lives as a direct result of government in America refusing to secure American borders or enforce American immigration and employment laws.

Despite being in the United States illegally, the driver of the car that killed Dustin, Gonzalo Harrell-Gonzalez, was able to obtain a valid North Carolina driver's license using his Mexican birth certificate and a Mexican Matricula Consular ID card.

On June 16, 2000, a speeding vehicle driven by Harrell-Gonzalez hurdled into the rear of the Inman's car while it was stopped at a red light in Ellijay, Georgia. The accident killed Dustin and knocked out his parents Kathy and Billy Inman.

When she regained consciousness after five weeks in a coma, Kathy learned of the death of her son. She also learned that because of her injuries, she would spend the rest of her life in a wheelchair.

Due to their injuries in the wreck, Kathy and Billy were not able to attend their only son's funeral. Today, Kathy suffers still from multiple surgeries and agony as a result of the that horrible day.

The Inman's have only a few school photos, family snapshots and a video made at Dustin's funeral by which to remember their son.

Billy Inman will tell you that he blames the government sworn to protect his family and his nation for his son’s death more than he blames the illegal alien who killed him.

Billy Inman will tell you that Dustin was a "good kid" and that he misses his "hunting buddy" every day. "I loved Dustin," says Billy softly. He talks about Dustin having been born with a cleft palate and getting him the surgery to get his son "all fixed up."

He says that he will not rest until he brings his son’s killer to justice.

He will also tell you that he "paid no attention to politics" and had never voted before he lost his son to America’s intentionally unsecured borders.

"The system really let me down," Inman said. In his search for a better life, he now votes in every election.

America's unsecured borders and illegal immigration have changed their lives forever. It can happen to any one of us.

Charged and indicted in the death of Dustin Inman, Harrell-Gonzalez is a fugitive after escaping from local police when taken to a local hospital after the crash. His whereabouts are unknown.

Like all crime, illegal immigration has consequences.

The Dustin Inman Society offers a $1,000.00 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Dustin Inman’s killer.

If you choose, contact Billy Inman through the Dustin Inman Society's contact form and we will forward your email.


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The Pierson Family
June 18, 2012
Your family is in our thoughts & prayers every Father's Day weekend as we remember your loss.

Marietta, GA

Yes He Did! - Obama Awards Presidential Medal of Freedom to Chairwoman of the Democratic Socialists of America
by DA_King
May 30, 2012 03:34 PM | 3996 views | 45 45 comments | 33 33 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

In case this information wasn’t on the front page of the Atlanta newspapers or any of the other liberal news outlets that refuse to report on the communist/socialist drivers behind the open borders/anti-enforcement anti-American movement. Put this in the Obama really is a Socialist ( capital “S”) file.

President Obama awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Tuesday, May 29, 2012 to Dolores Huerta, an 82-year-old labor activist and co-founder of the United Farm Workers union. Huerta is also an chair of the Democratic Socialists of America DSA is “the largest socialist organization in the United States, and the principal U.S. affiliate of the Socialist International.” Huerta is credited with inventing the illegal alien/Barack Obama rallying call “ Si Se Puede/Yes We Can”! As in “yes we can race-bait our way to open borders and the White House.

Educational video HERE and more HERE. The open borders mob over at GALEO are quite proud today!

Imagine the headlines if it were someone who spoke out in favor of capitalism and immigration and border enforcement!

As if…


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Lib in Cobb
June 15, 2012
Gawdy: Once again you have missed my point. I have continued to repeat myself, sometimes especially for you because you don't GET IT. I repeat my self for others because they continue to miss the very obvious point.


Re-read the last sentence three times. The re-reading will most likely not make a difference.

The Press Forgot to Report the Fact that the Communist Party was at the May Day Open Borders Rally
by DA_King
May 07, 2012 11:23 AM | 2639 views | 7 7 comments | 52 52 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

Ooops! The press forgot to report the fact that the communist party was at the May Day open borders rally at the Georgia Capitol! Again!

The communist party was at the May Day illegal alien lobby rally against immigration enforcement at the Georgia Capitol - and they held up a bright red banner all day long with a link to their Website. And the media forgot (again) to report that inconvienient fact.

Photos of some banners. The one on the bottom has a URL printed on it: REVCOM.US. Click on it to see where it goes.

After quietly attending the mostly foreign language event (it fizzled, only about 100 street-screamers showed up) I read and viewed and listened to many press reports here is one on the rally organized by Comrades Teodoro Maus and Adelina Nichols over at the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights Inc.

The above communist party presence fact went unreported. As usual, this is not considered news worthy. Ooops, eh?

Imagine the press coverage if the loathsome, toothless and disgusting klanners ever were allowed to unfurl a banner at an American citizen, English -language, pro-enforcement rally at the Georgia Capitol or anywhere else.

Or am I being extreme?

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lance sjogren
May 09, 2012
The marchers are right, we have a capitalism problem.

Our capitalism problem is that we don't have capitalism.

We have a corrupt economic system of cronyism where elected officials like Obama make the rules to see that their wealthy buddies benefit and those trying to make an honest living get looted.

A Poster Calls for a Protest of Immigration Laws
by DA_King
May 01, 2012 08:13 AM | 2115 views | 4 4 comments | 69 69 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

Anticipating that many readers may want to see the poster provided by the illegal alien lobby promoting the protest rally against enforcement of American immigration laws at the state Capitol in Atlanta Georgia, USA, I post it HERE from the Teodoro Maus and company. Maus is a Mexican citizen and former Consul General at the Atlanta Mexican Consulate.


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Off Balance
May 31, 2012
Foley , I gladly associate you with Geraldo. 'Nuf said!!!

Senate Bill 458
by DA_King
May 01, 2012 08:11 AM | 3169 views | 2 2 comments | 78 78 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

Senate bill 458 had plenty of votes to pass – 2012 was the first year since 2004 that the general assembly did not pass illegal immigration legislation.Georgia has more illegals than doesArizona and ranks number six in the nation in illegal population. The low estimate is that 7% ofGeorgia’s workforce is black-market labor. Unemployment is 9%. English is an optional language.

  1. Current state law requires agencies that administer public benefits (including the SOS office and most counties and municipalities and many other official agencies) to collect proof of US citizenship each time an individual applies for a public benefit, including renewal of that benefit. While non-citizens legal presence and benefit eligibility can change due to visa expiration or immigration law violation, for the most part, U.S. citizenship status does not change. U.S. citizens should only have to prove that status one time in any one agency. Making this correction will relive effected agencies workload by about 80 –90%. Aliens would continue to be required to prove eligibility. SB 458 would have remedied that problem.
  2. The AG’s office has excluded birth certificates from the list of acceptable Secure and Verifiable ID documents. Right now and since Jan 1st, literally all drivers’ license and marriage license issuing agencies in Georgia are in violation of the law because they logically accept birth certificates to issue their licenses. SB 458 would have remedied that problem by adding birth certificates to the list.
  3. The AG’s office now says that the provision in existing law that allows that office to add to or alter the official list of public benefits is at the least, problematic.  SB 458 would have remedied that problem.
  4. UNDOCUMENTED PASSPORTS! The AG’s office has made foreign passports Secure and Verifiable ID – but not required that those passports have federal documents attached proving lawful entry into the U.S. Illegal aliens, having escaped capture at the border, simply go to their respective consulates in Atlanta and then get a passport. This completely nullifies the intent and effect of banning the acceptance of Mexican matricula consular and other consulate IDs issued by foreign governments inside the USA last year with HB 87. It allows illegal aliens to seem “documented.” Taking away the ability of illegal aliens to present accepted ID is second only to taking away their employment in encouraging them to migrate out of Georgia. SB 458 would have remedied that problem by requiring proof of lawful entry in officially accepted foreign passports.
  5. Note: Since enactment of federal law of 1940, there are no circumstances under which an adult non-citizen (alien) present in the USA is not required to have proof of legal presence on his person at all times. Also,There are about 30 nations for which the federal government waives the visa requirement to enter the US, but even then, there is an entry document issued and stamped (I-94W)   and attached to the alien’s passport demonstrating lawful entry and date of required departure.
  6. ILLEGAL ALIENS IN GEORGIA’S UNIVERSITY SYSTEM: Originally, the as-passed House Judiciary (non-civil) committee version of SB 458 contained language that banned illegal aliens from the all USG schools – not just the five that Regents policy currently affects. A policy that can be changed at any time. The House (Judiciary Non-Civil headed by Rep. Rich Golich) committee reinserted language that had been removed in the Senate. Despite the repeated campaign promise from Governor Deal to “do everything possible” to keep illegals out of the university system, he remained silent during the entire session except to have staff tell callers that the ban was “unnecessary.”
  7.         SB 458 was held up in House Rules committee until an amendment was created to remove the university ban for illegal aliens. The version that would have been voted on in the House would not have contained the post secondary education language. Leadership refused to move the bill with the college ban.
  8. Who wanted and needed SB 458 to pass and lobbied extensively on Day 40 to get the bill out of the House and back to the Senate for a final OK? Believe it or not, because of the fixes for proof of US citizenship and birth certificates and the workload reduction SB 458 would have represented, in addition to countless pro-enforcement Georgians begging the Speakers office and House members, making calls and sending faxes and emails in favor of SB 458, very powerful entities were also  heavily in favor. Including: The AG office, ACCG/GMA, SOS office, Ga. Dept. of Drivers Services, DOL, the Georgia Chamber of Commerce. But not the Agriculture industry. And as far as any one can see, not Governor Deal’s office.


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May 01, 2012
The rumor is that the speaker held up a couple of good bills on the last day. There was also a property tax bill that would have really helped property owners but the speakers office didn't have their act together.

It's really a shame and the only people that suffer are the taxpayers.

Mr. Foley: Please take the road to reality? - In which we are once again reminded that words have meaning and illegal aliens are illegal aliens.
by DA_King
April 16, 2012 02:50 PM | 3698 views | 30 30 comments | 101 101 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
It has come to my attention that there exists in Cobb County someone named Kevin Foley.  Who is a self described “progressive.”

And that he writes a blog here on the MDJ site. And that he has opinions on the crime of illegal immigration. And that he supports another legalization, path to citizenship program to deal with the millions of illegal alien insurgents already here in the American Republic. He says that is “reasonable.”

And that on his blog he takes issue with use of the term “illegal alien” to describe illegal aliens.  Including by yours truly. And that he wants this writer to take the “high road” – which he is happy to define.

And that he has written a blog on his objections in which he parrots the talking point passed on by the SPLC, La Raza, and such luminaries as Rich Pellegrino and Angry Jerry-with-ties-to-SPLC-designated-hate-groups–Gonzalez of the anti-enforcement, leftist corporation GALEO that any use of the quite accurate and legally correct term “illegal alien” is “dehumanizing.”

And the shameless and sickening assertion that saying or writing “illegal alien" is akin to use of the “N word” to describe black Americans. See HERE for Gonzalez’s 2004 pointers.

I am not making this up. He wants you to call the illegal aliens “undocumented workers.” Ignoring the fact that illegal aliens have a multitude of documents. Which are expired, stolen from Americans, fraudulently created or supplied by foreign governments to further the illegal presence of the illegal aliens in the USA.

Here is a sample of Foley’s feeling process from his March 19, 2012, blog that has 83 views as I type. Foley’s blog also has three comments from … Foley. In which he uses the term “hate talk” (of course he does).

“Here's where words come in. Mr. King repeatedly uses the phrase "illegal alien." He is no doubt aware that the Latino and Hispanic communities consider these words an slur because it serves to dehumanize in the same way the "n" word dehumanizes African-Americans or the words "mick" or "bohunk" once dehumanized my own ancestors when they arrived in America. By calling undocumented workers from Mexico, Central America or the Caribbean "illegal aliens" Mr. King makes them something less than human beings, something unworthy and contemptible.”

This worn-out, mindless, yawner of an attempt to redefine and normalize illegal aliens is not new or original, but it does tell us a lot. For one thing, like all liberals, this guy finds it impossible to keep race, skin color and ethnicity out of the topic of the illegal immigration invasion, or even his argument that we should not call illegal aliens … illegal aliens.

He must go bats when he reads the term “illegal employers.” Si?

Foley won’t get much of this long-time American’s limited time in response in the future, but his position is worth reading and I hope that it gets some attention from readers.

Just off the top of my head, readers who put themselves through digesting Foley’s complaint may want to point out that the term “illegal alien” is a legal and accurate term officially used by many agencies (the horror!) of the U.S. government including the IRS:

“Illegal Alien -Also known as an "Undocumented Alien," is an alien who has entered the United States illegally and is deportable if apprehended, or an alien who entered the United States legally but who has fallen "out of status" and is deportable.” HERE

and no less than the United States Supreme Court:

“…In considering this motion, the District Court made extensive findings of fact. The court found that neither § 21.031 nor the School District policy implementing it had "either the purpose or effect of keeping illegal aliens out of the State of Texas." 458 F.Supp. 569, 575 (1978).” HERE

The term “illegal alien” is also used throughout Georgia law aimed at protecting jobs, benefits and services from illegal aliens – not to mention defending the honor and value of real, legal immigrants - in existing Georgia law.

I could go on.

Mr. Foley: We know illegal aliens are humans – we don’t make immigration laws for hamsters or pumpkins.

Please take the road to reality  unless you are securely ensconced inside an ACLU/La Raza seminar? And while we know it is constantly taught as a “how to” in leftist teach-ins; please stop trying to publicly redefine the English language to suit your “progressive” position on illegal aliens?

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May 14, 2012
Somebody needs to wake Immigrante up from his fantasy dream.

A warning to Georgia from the illegal immigration capital of the world: Los Angeles police refuse to enforce state law effecting illegal aliens
by DA_King
April 12, 2012 05:08 PM | 2707 views | 7 7 comments | 76 76 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

News and a warning for Georgia, from the illegal immigration capital of the world. Los Angeles police, sworn to uphold the law, have made it clear they will refuse to enforce a state law. Because it affects illegal aliens.

From Fox News:

“The Los Angeles Police Department will soon start ignoring California state law, which requires police to impound the vehicles of unlicensed drivers for 30 days.


The majority of unlicensed motorists in Los Angeles are immigrants who are in the country illegally and have low-income jobs. The LAPD says the state's impound law is unfair because it limits their ability to get to their jobs and imposes a steep fine to get their car back…”

What we have here is a view into the very possible, not-too-distant future. And not just for California.

Georgians have witnessed angry mobs of as many as 10,000 illegal aliens and their organizers take over the streets in front of the state Capitol. Multiple times. The message is always the same: “We are above your laws.”

While the media refuses to report it, these events protesting immigration law enforcement have a heavy communist presence and usually come complete with socialist propaganda booklets (in two languages) that are snapped up by the crowds, raised fists saluting the communist murderer Che Guevara with angry “oppressed” marchers carrying banners heralding the coming “revolution” displaying the names of the endless lists of groups – including the communist party – that promise revenge when the marchers for “justice” are able to vote.

The word in the halls of the Gold Dome is that policy makers in Republican Central have convinced some senior Georgia GOPers that they will somehow get more votes from Georgia Hispanics if they act more like California Democrats. Which would be hilarious if it weren’t so dangerously dumb.

It is worth watching to see what that strategy does for current legislation aimed at illegal immigration in Georgia – watch the outcome of SB 458 in the last week of session.

See as much of a March 2011 illegal alien lobby rally video here as you can stand to get a handle on the attitude and tone of just one of the open-borders Marxists who claim leadership of the Georgia’s fugitives who have escaped capture at our borders and now demand “justice.”


The imported-from-the-third-world organizer of the anti-enforcement event and first speaker you see is Adelina Nicholls. Along with Teodoro Maus, former Consul General of the Atlanta Mexican consulate and Mexican citizen, she is a co-leader of something called the Georgia Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR).


She is preaching revolution in front of the state Capitol, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The rallying cry - but in a foreign language - is the same as Obama’s 2008 campaign slogan: “Yes we can!” - Si Sue Puede!


She demands what Los Angeles police are openly delivering. She wants Georgiafornia.


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April 17, 2012
Robert Johnson

While I agree with your sentiments, I think your spell check wasn't working.

".geez you are a case. But entertaining."

In my opinion it should not be entertaining, but, irritating.

He is a dyed in the wool, dotty thinking, flaming liberal, with more concern for foreign invaders than his fellow Americans.

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