Kevin Foley: “ I was wrong, the media made me do it. But stop calling me names… you bigoted, racist haters!”
by DA_King
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July 06, 2012 12:02 PM | 2828 views | 21 21 comments | 33 33 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

This just in! Progressive Kevin Foley has finally acknowledged that despite his repeated proclamations that this writer was inaccurate on the matter, Obama’s DREAM Act amnesty of June 15 was not an Executive Order.

He says the media made him get it wrong. (see Foley’s latest entry on my latest MDJ column comments)Would somebody please tell Kevin Foley the message and topic in my column was that the Cobb BOC should protect jobs and American’s Social Security numbers by using the IMAGE certification tool requirement for public contractors?

Somebody please tell Foley that the media seldom gets it right or complete on illegal immigration?

Foley even included part of an apology in his admission. But he couldn’t help going on to give us further insight into the way his leftist mind functions. In the same comment in which he is admitting he simply accepted media reports even after being told multiple times that the reports were wrong, he feels compelled to insert this little gem: “I think silence in the face of the far right misinformation tsunami (see my MDJ column tomorrow) is antithetical to democracy, especially in Cobb where the MDJ is pretty much the only large public forum.”

“Misinformation tsunami” indeed. What a case this guy is.

And while we are here, can somebody clue-in liberal Foley on the fact that the United States of America is not, never has been and was never intended to be a “Democracy?” 

Foley assured us that he will do better on fact checking in the future. Then, being the arrogant sort, went on to warn me to “You should be sure you do the same.” Yawn. Somebody please tell Foley he can read every newspaper column I have ever written over the last decade and that he is welcome to use the vast superior intellect he still believes he possesses to find inaccuracies in them?

Foley closes his admission and apology with “(I hope you and your followers note I didn't have to revert to sophomoric name-calling to make my point. Would you had that skill.)”

How rich. How hilarious.

Let’s be clear: The first time someone pointed out Foley’s existence was when he assured blog readers that he was an expert at public relations: I have worked in public relations for most of my 35-year career. That's another way of saying I work with words. In my business, the right words can influence, motivate and even inspire. The wrong words can alienate, anger and hurt. When I work with clients, I always advise them to take the high road. Tell your audience what is right with your brand, not what's wrong with your competition's.” This on his way to suggesting that I end any reference to illegal aliens by describing them as “illegal aliens.” “So here's a bit of PR advice for Mr. King: Make your argument, sir, but please take the high road.”

Over the last ten years, it was about the 100th time I had read this parroted variation on the constant ridiculous liberal effort to redefine the English language so as to redefine the fact that illegal aliens are illegal. And, while I seldom do, I said as much in a reply.

“Sophomoric name-calling?” “Take the high road?” Oy Vey.

Having spent far too much time reading Foley’s past columns, blog entries and his ever-present comments on the same in the last couple of days, I see that Foley the arrogant liberal wasn’t at all happy with my response to his call from the mountain-top to use ACLU/La Raza invented, PC terms and refer to illegal aliens as “undocumented workers.”

While apparently incensed enough to go ahead and attack the Cobb community in general, Foley’s high road, “motivational and inspiring” words in response to being rejected went like this: “He responded to my well-mannered suggestions with a smug, condescending justification of his brand of racial prejudice. Yes, Mr. King, it's racial. You can stop pretending now. Along with Jan Brewer and Joe Arpaio, you've simply found a way to camouflage your bias against Latinos and Hispanics by wrapping yourself in the American flag and crying "our laws are being broken!". And like a lot of demagogues you're even somewhat famous hereabouts, where it's not terribly difficult to find other bigoted bullies who'll line up with you. Haven't we seen this movie before? It used to be "uppity Negros" who "didn't know their place" in the old Jim Crow era; burning Freedom Rider buses, poll taxes, and Bull Connor's attack dogs. Now it's undocumented workers, most of whom find themselves employed and often exploited by American business owners, doing the dirty jobs none of us want to do: Cleaning toilets, washing dishes, gutting chickens, digging holes. And D.A. King adds to their misery.”

Got that folks? You can read the entire MDJ blog from angry Kevin Foley.

Golly, how surprising. A pro-amnesty, liberal empty-suit who anxiously believes what the liberal media tells him – and doesn’t tell him - on illegal immigration and illegal employment spewing “racist” at anyone who demands that immigration laws be enforced. How unusual, ehh? See what I mean by argument-free, mindless liberal race-baiter?

I will happily pass Foley’s hateful name-calling on to the members of the Board of Advisors of the Dustin Inman Society. Including the proud Latino and Black American members.

Progressive Kevin Foley should get accustomed to retractions, corrections and apologies. And we aren’t nearly finished with this pompous wanna-be yet.

Readers should make it a point to read Kevin Foley and from here at El Rancho King, a large “thank you” to the newspaper for educating its readers on just what a liberal really is.

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Marie in Marieta
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July 26, 2012
Lib - he is right so right. You are too dim to see that you want open borders and you keep proving it!
Lib in Cobb
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July 14, 2012
Robert: You are wrong, very wrong. I have never been an advocate for open borders. I am an advocate for looking at immigration sensibly. I am an advocate for streamlining the immigration system. I am an advocate for The Dream Act. I am an advocate for the recent decisions made by President Obama regarding the 800,000 young people who were brought here by their parents.

We as a nation cannot build a fortified fence around our borders. We as a nation cannot deport more than 11 million people.

If you are going to make statements about me, please include the truth.
Robert Johnson
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July 13, 2012
Lib, you are too dim to see that you are advocating for open borders because it makes you feel better than others. You should pal up with Rich Pellegrino.
Lib in Cobb
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July 12, 2012
Kathleen: You have twisted the question. "What would Jesus do"? Keep twisting these things to suit your own narrow needs. BTW, Jesus would not lock up anyone who was attempting to better themselves, nor would He send them back, He would help, feed, clothe and house them.

You are one of those Christians, Ghandi spoke of when he said, "I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians".
Denmark
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July 10, 2012
you MUST read Foley's blog where he tries to offer a cutie reply to this. Trust me. What a waste of a space!
Jack Hamilton
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July 10, 2012
Mr. Foley

We do not accept economic refugees in this nation and for a very good reason. If we did as you suggest then fairness should compell us to bring everyone from Haiti the Sudan in fact most of Africa to this nation and many more entire populations around the world. You are also wrong in everything else you say. No one wants to do round ups but regular enforcement would remedy the problem if we secure our borders. You really are a sap! sorry
Kathleen3
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July 09, 2012
Foley and the Progressives/Marxists' Orwellian tactics have and will fail with those of us who possess an IQ above 50. A person who came here without proper documentation is an illegal alien and not an undocumented whatever. An American who wants illegal aliens purged from this country is a law-abiding patriot and not a racist.

A person, such as D.A. King, who devotes his life to maintaining our sovereignty and upholding existing law is a hero; conversely, a person, such as Foley, who condemns or disparages those who work to preserve our country and violates law by aiding and abetting illegal aliens would, by any measure, be deemed a traitor.

To Lib in Cobb who asks "What would Jesus do?" According to the number of illegals named Jesus I would venture to guess they would commit every illegal act committed by the other illegal aliens who reside here with impunity.
Aunt Gawdy
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July 09, 2012
Mr. King has made my Monday here . Thank you DA! Now, please explain to others how in a column he wrote for the MDJ Kevin Foley didn't know Congressman Allen West is a black American when he attacked West and the Tea Party as hating black people? I don't know how that even got published, but it did.
Robert Johnson
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July 09, 2012
Foley: What a brilliant response to the truth! Oh, that you would make your silly columns to easy to read!
Lib Watcher
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July 09, 2012
Oh, Lib in Cobb. Try hard: illegal aliens are the product of illegal employers who King writes about often. Illegal aliens cannot get a job here without breaking document fraud and Social Security laws to name a few. They lower wages. They steal jobs from legal immigrants they march in the streets demanding amnesty. You have no compassion for the people who are losing their jobs to illegals. Because you are not able to think that far out.

I hope you read the laws of Mexico, move there and begin to complain that they are actually enforced. Stay awhile. Enjoy.

THANK YOU D.A. KING!
Lib in Cobb
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July 09, 2012
Snake: Liberals are brave enough to fight for those who cannot fight for themselves, rather than fight to enforce laws which have been ineffective, or fight for additional laws which are as equally ineffective. Our president made the very right and compassionate decision recently regarding immigration.

Compassion is something that many "wingers" are lacking. There is only black and white, no gray areas at all, no room for compromise.

Have a nice day.
eCobb Dad of 3
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July 09, 2012
Well written Mr. king. Thank you for the vigilance with Mr. Foley. His silence on this latest blog is deafening. Facts are always difficult for a liberal to handle.
Denmark
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July 08, 2012
This is normal liberal behavior and rhetoric on immigration. But it is far below beginner standards. This Kevin Foley person must still be in class to be a lefty. It is also clear from reading Foley's other blogs that he craves attention from Mr. King.

How great that he got it!
Bored of liberals
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July 08, 2012
Racist...the last card in the worn out, unimaginative, uninformed liberal deck. When they cannot use facts to support their argument, they resort to calling someone a racist. Even useful idiots like Foley should tire of this tactic. Name-calling a decaying refuge for liberals.
GHB
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July 08, 2012
King is right. The column was about Cobb Commission doing ther right thing to keep illegals out of the tax payer paid workforce. I dare them not to make contractors use that IMAGE system. Kevin Foley seems to be a lightwieght with no real knowledge. Most of what he writes can be Googles back to the far left source.

Thank you DA KIng for shining some light on Foley!
Lib in Cobb
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July 08, 2012
To DA: Let's pretend you are correct and now you have written this rather involved missive on being correct.

It doesn't matter, the "executive order" or non executive order stands on its merits and fairness and it is the very right decision.

You and many others want the UIs to pay taxes. This is a path to that occurring. You sound like you want it both ways, rather than compromise on any issue involving immigration reform. How very typical for the "wing nuts". You want the taxes but you want all 11 million UIs to leave and get on the immigration line, rather than finding a middle ground.

No Liberal I know wants open borders and allow everyone in, that is far from the truth. I and many others would like to see the immigration process streamlined so that it doesn't take years and piles of paper. Streamlining the process would save a lot of money and enable some very worthwhile people the opportunity to live a better life.

The prospect of us becoming more of a melting pot of races, creeds, colors and countries of origin greatly appeals to me. It is unfortunate that more people in Cobb don't agree.
Snake eater
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July 07, 2012
Foley remarks on calling people names? With a striaght face?

Kevin: You are only fooling yourself. I hope everyong reads the comments here and on other blog entries that you continually post. It is obvious that King has captured your imagination and that all you have to respond with is excuses and hissing "racist..." Liberals are all the same . You are not brave enough to support enforcing the immigration laws or keeping jobs for the immigrants who come here legally - you are shameful Kevin. I enjoy seeing that DA has learned of your comments. I look forward to more from DA on you. It is also notable that you said nothing about Mr. King's idea that Cobb should use the image system. Not that I think you even understand it.
Lib in Cobb
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July 07, 2012
To DA: There is one item which remains a constant, it is your contempt for people who come to the US who are literally economic refugees. These are men and women and children who come here for a better life. The immigration system is in need of a major overhaul. It is a senseless and unattainable idea to build a fortified fence to keep those who you hold in contempt, out. It is also impossible to round "them" all up and ship "them" back. Just how would you find and deport 11 million people. The Dream Act was and is a reasonable way of legalizing a portion of those who are undocumented immigrants (UIs). I despise the term "illegals". President Obama has made some very difficult decisions which were not popular with the "wingers", he had no respect from you and your followers so he is not losing anything.

Call the decisions what you want to call them, I don't care. I know those decisions were correct because they were made with compassion at their core. The right wingers many times claim to be Christians, I will ask; what would Jesus do? Jesus would not care that the decisions were called an "Executive Order" or not called an "Executive Order", he would care for one thing and that is; what can we do to help these poor unfortunate people? Compassion is something which I have NOT seen as part of the right wings make up. It is either right or wrong, without any compassion. DA, I see your compassion as a vehicle for name recognition only. Those who are truly compassionate are not interested in headlines or being "a big fish in a small pond".

In the last fifteen years, I have had extended personal contact with at least 70 men and women who are UIs, the worst law which they have broken is risking their lives in crossing the border without documentation. They are all hard working honest people who are doing nothing more than attempting to make a better life for themselves. Yes, there is a percentage who have committed crimes and should be prosecuted, but to deport someone who only knows this country as home is out of step with what we as a nation believe.

There is value in these people, it is unfortunate that you and the other "wingers" don't see it.

Kevin Foley
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July 06, 2012
Yawn.

Post that, Mr. King.
misterbill
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July 06, 2012
D A-

Now I am angry with you. When you included:"The wrong words can alienate, anger and hurt. When I work with clients, I always advise them to take the high road.", it made me throw up on my keyboard just as I did when I read it the first time. Hypocritical tripe that he writes!

I have a relative who is like Foley. She believes she is the only one who truly understands the "pain and suffering" of minorities. She believes that the USA is a cruel country and it takes people of her understanding to fix the problem. Narcissistic you say? Indeed!!!

Were I king for a day, I would displace Foley at his job with an ILLEGAL ALIEN. He is one of those who is incapable of walking in another person's shoes. He needs to feel the suffering of his fellow Americans on whom he has turned his back before he ever understands.
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