VIDEO REPORT - American nightmare: Black-market labor still a fact of life for public contractor profiteers - taxpayer dollars pay illegal aliens while unemployed American construction workers loose their homes...in GOP controlled Georgia
by DA_King
 Blogging While DA King
February 14, 2012 02:01 PM | 1694 views | 4 4 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
Readers who may think that Georgia's illegal immigration crisis vanished when last year's state enforcement law was enacted need to see yesterday's investigative report on public contractor's continued use of tax-payer funded, black-market labor (HERE).

"I-Team" reporter Randy Travis at WAGA TV - Fox Five - has done his usual stellar job in exposing the fact that illegal labor is still a fact of life, business as usual habit for the anything-for-a-buck public contractors.

If you are asking where the outrage from the Governor's office is on this shameful fact...me too. I am going to call his office at 404-656-1776 to ask if there is any plan for an official investigation and an executive remedy.

The low estimate is that about 7% of workers in Georgia are illegal aliens.

Maybe another amnesty will fix it...right?

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knee jeck reaction
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August 03, 2012
If you will pay closer attention to politics you will see that big gov't contractors like Matthews are strong supporters of Democrats at a local level. Big gov't = big contracts for them. Check out their past political contribution records concerning Roy Barnes and you will see that gov't contractors like them back democrats as long as they can benefit from the spending spree.

C. W. Matthews will appreciate your vote for Obama in the next election. You will be casting the same vote as the illegal alien that did not have to show his ID to vote Obama.
Pat H
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February 15, 2012
DA King is NOT the only person in Georgia who cares about disobeying the law. Look at any road construction site and you will see that CW Matthews does not abide by the laws in Georgia.

Vote out each and every incumbent until traitors like Matthews looses more than we do - all future contracts in this state forever.
VivaLaMigra
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February 14, 2012
What? More hypocrisy and corruption from elected officials who took OATHS to enforce the laws? I'm absolutely shocked!
American worker
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February 14, 2012
I am an out of work construction worker. I will not vote for a Republican in Ga again. If it is non-enforcement I was looking for, I can get it from the Obama Dems.
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