A follow-up on my column
by DA_King
 Blogging While DA King
November 09, 2012 08:00 AM | 1952 views | 13 13 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
A version of my MDJ commentary in today’s paper on Republican leadership’s treachery regarding amnesty-again along with added, extra information and links to referenced sources can be seen using this link  to the Dustin Inman Society’s website. On the page is information on Sean Hannity’s sudden and sickening “evolution” on amnesty-again.

And a reaction to the GOP’s planned capitulation from Patrick J. Buchanan.

*Also, here is contact info  for the entire Georgia delegation. Just in case you want to ask your own U.S. Congressman or one of Georgia’s U.S. Senators if they will join with the ACLU, La Raza, Jerry Gonzalez and Sean Hannity and are going to be voting to officially reward the illegal aliens and the Chamber of Commerce that have together been running American immigration policy for years. Ask them about JOBS! JOBS! JOBS! and why we would wave the flag of surrender of Ben Franklin’s Republic.

Maybe ask them why the results and consequences of a 2013 legalization would be any different than the “one-time” 1986 legalization – and when they estimate the illegal alien lobby would ever stop the extortion. Or why Hispanics would suddenly vote for Republicans. Or what the difference is between the GOP and Obama’s progressives. Or when the GOP  plans on amnesty number three…

The attempted sell-out will begin in the U.S. Senate. Georgia Senator Saxby Chambliss can be contacted at his website  and Georgia Senator Johnny Isakson can be reached at his website .

Here are photos from the successful Georgia citizen uprising against Senate amnesty bill in 2007. Here are quotes   from the same year.

I would write more here, but I feel the need to take a shower.

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Lib in Cobb
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November 14, 2012
There is a petition supporting secession being circulated in GA, 25,000 people have signed this document. Please take DA, misterbill, marie, snake and gordo with you. I reserve the right to add to this at a later date.
Lib in Cobb
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November 14, 2012
@misterbill: You have a very limited idea of what it would take to round up, arrest, jail, prosecute, sentence, house, then transport 12 to 15 million people. In order to accomplish your goal the infrastructure does not exist. There is not enough of the following:police officers, jail cells, attorneys, transport vehicles, judges, court rooms, methods to feed all those arrested, methods to deal with the vacant residences, what do we do with the American born children of those undocumented immigrants, yes, they are US citizens. This list is endless, but because of your limitations, you believe it can be done.

You believe this could be done, that tells me a lot about you. Your limited capacity makes the deportation of 12 million plus people possible. YUP! Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!
misterbill
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November 13, 2012
@libincobb

Guess what? I really do not care what you would like to see. It is evident to me and has been for some time that the things you stand for are not the best for the USA.

And , yes America could round up and remove all illegal entrants to our country , if they decided to do so. You are one of those who insists it is an impossible task which tells me a lot about you.

When you don't want something done, you make up a huge obstacle to the ability to do it. To me, you are an anti-American apologist. I also believe you are Kevin Foley.
Lib in Cobb
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November 12, 2012
Gordo: As I have mentioned previously, I personally would like to see a streamlining of the immigration system so that it is not encumbered with lawyers, paperwork, etc. The GOP is now looking at immigration as an area in which they need to change their attitude, an amnesty program was suggested. No nation can round up all 12 to 15 million undocumented immigrants and process them out of the country. An amnesty program is the only way to get this done.

The GOP has to change or they will end up in the tar pit with the dinosaurs.

@Snake: DA has proven nothing, he believes his own blogs. The GOP has to change in order to survive. You call it "selling out', that's fine with me, they will change, they have to. You can continue on your mindless trip, but you will not see another presidential candidate in the GOP like, Bachmann, Perry, Cain, or Mittens ever again. The GOP is going to become more moderate on a number of social issues and the Tea Party will soon be a footnote. Thankfully. The Tea party has made more trouble for the GOP than the Democrats and it is the Tea Party which has caused the GOP's core values to become so toxic.

Have a nice day.
Gordo Meis
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November 12, 2012
Lib, try tpo process that half the illegal aliens came on visas - pls tell us you want to have an amnesty for all people who ignore their visas. Please.
Snake Eater
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November 12, 2012
Lib in Cobb is another example of proving the low intellect of liberals. Lets shout it: KING JUST TOLD YOU THAT HISPANICS WON'T VOTE FOR SMALL GOVERNMENT, SELF RELIANT REPUBLICANS AND HE PROVED IT WITH FACTS FROM HISPANICS.

The fact that the GOP is selling out to remain in office doesn't mean the Hispanics will pay off. King just showed you that they don't - even with amensty.

They will go to the sound of checks being passed out. Geez Lib, you are really unable to think and are willing to prove it. Can you read?
Lib in Cobb
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November 11, 2012
DA: I will assume you have heard by now that Sean Hannity has had an "evolution" on immigration. He is actually suggesting an amnesty program for those undocumented immigrants already here. John Boehner has made comments which indicate a change of opinion also.

It's not a surprise that the GOP and the associated talking heads are having an epiphany involving immigration since 71% of our Latino population voted for President Obama.



Heather Mc
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November 10, 2012
On what planet? Sure, if only Republicans relented on their Neanderthal views regarding the immigration rule of law, the message will run, they would release the inner Republican waiting to emerge in the Hispanic population. Right? HA!

A strong reason for their support for big government is that so many Hispanics use government programs. U.S.-born Hispanic households in California use welfare programs at twice the rate of native-born non-Hispanic households. And that is because nearly one-quarter of all Hispanics are poor in California, compared to a little over one-tenth of non-Hispanics. Nearly seven in ten poor children in the state are Hispanic, and one in three Hispanic children is poor, compared to less than one in six non-Hispanic children.

And we are importing millions of them to march in our streets while our GOP leaders in Congress cower to them and the business cabal that uses the cheap labor to make more bucks. Adios America. I admire King's tenacity, but we are already lost. Alamo lost. And cowardly, arrogant gnats like Kevin Foley are happy to think they are helpin their repalcements by bayoneting the loyalists.like King with hissing and hateful charges of actually thinking.

Somebody ask fingers in the wind Tom Price, Johnny Isakson and Phil Gingrey why they stay silent on this while while King speaks up? My take is because King has zero to lose. He has real eggs.
Snake Eater
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November 10, 2012


Foley/Lib&anonymous , you genius (as you are all the same knee-jerk nit wit). King just proved and verified his proof that Hispanic leaders admit that they vote for the Dems to get more loot and that even when they get amensty from the GOP, they still don't vote for the GOP. Too White to suit the La Raza "we will take over America with your tax dollars" crowd. Now I can see how crawly dim-witted people like you will regard that as normal, but the fact that you feel duty bound to jump in and show us all that you can't grasp what King has written is not helping your reputation as an emptysuit hack. Foley/Lib, did you see the part where King shows that Hispanics voted Dem even after Clinton put up the fence in San Diego?

Foley/Lib - don't you wish you knew half as much about ANYTHING as King does about immigration?

Desayuno
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November 10, 2012
As a Latino man, I offer praise to the Republicans for this. Now, our support is bi-partisan!
anonymous
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November 09, 2012
Lib in Cobb, King is certainly a bigoted dinosaur, and I laughed out loud over your "one trick pony" comment.

If D.A. ever loses his job as frontman in Georgia for FAIR, he'll have to go back to sports betting. Wait...is that why he's such a pal with Chip "Will the Winner" Rogers?
Lib in Cobb
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November 09, 2012
One of the reasons the Democrats put the smack-down on the GOP, is because the GOP has alienated a variety of voting groups in the US. The Latino population spoke loudly on November 6th. A very wide majority of Latino voters cast their vote for President Obama, I believe it was 71%.

The Devlin Adams and GOP position of making life miserable for the Latino voters has not played well. I suggest you try something else, with a less caustic approach.

Lib in Cobb
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November 09, 2012
I would think at this point, just after many Democratic victories across the US, DA would have more constructive ideas for his party, other than the usual waaaah, waaaaah illegals, waaaaaaah, illegals.

DA, you are truly a one trick pony. The GOP has bigger problems that the undocumented population. It will take years of work to win back any portion of the electorate which the GOP has alienated and you are part of the problem. The GOP lost because they are completely unfamiliar with the American voter base, meanwhile dinosaurs like you keep screaming about the undocumented. Good luck.

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