On illegal immigration and a repeat of the 1986 GOP-led amnesty that was to have solved the crisis forever, a picture is worth a thousand words
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On illegal immigration and a repeat of the 1986 GOP-led amnesty that was to have solved the crisis forever, a picture is worth a thousand words

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Lib in Cobb
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December 22, 2012
@DA: the federal government has just announced a reduction in financial support to their immigration program to states like GA.

Lib in Cobb
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December 20, 2012
Snake: Stating that the board has "brown people" and "black people" as members sounds a lot like,

"some of my best fiends are .....".

At some point in King's past someone taught DA to hate, he has never been able to evolve past those ignorant lessons and now you are validating those

teachings. Your turn to make your usual statement of denial.
Snake Eater
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December 19, 2012
John Jay - you don't seem too smart. King has been saying for years that we should enforce our imigration laws! Moron huh? So, we should open our borders and ignore our immigration laws so that the cops have the fingerprints of the formerly illegal aliens when they murder someone? Yep, you are a liberal.

Oh, and Lib in Cobb, you genius - King has told you several times that legal immigration is mostly "brown people" and that his group has "brown people" and 'black people" as board members. You are what he calls "race-baiters".

Lib and John Jay - You both are too stupid to see how stupid you are. The photo above says far too much about the result of the amnesty in 1986 doesn't it?

Lib in Cobb
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December 06, 2012
@John Jay: Yes, King is opposed to any program other than complete deportation of all brown people who dared to come here in order to live a better life. King has no empathy at all for those who are starving in their own countries and risk their lives in search of freedom.
Lib in Cobb
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December 06, 2012
Robert: Don't get hurt with all the chest thumping you seem to do on a regular basis. I have read little from you which would cause anyone to be proud.
John Jay
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December 05, 2012
I assume that "amnesty" would require the illegals to show up at some government facility, be photographed, be fingerprinted, and be assigned a SSN.

So what you're telling me is that DA King is opposed to a system that would take tens of millions of people currently living "off the grid" and put their fingerprints, names and photos into a big government database?

So in the future, if the cops find a fingerprint at a murder scene and can't trace it back to the illegal immigrant who left it there because people like DA King opposed amnesty, that murder goes unsolved?

Good job, Mr. King. Keep up the good work. Keep making the jobs of cops all that much harder.

Moron.
Robert Johnson
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December 04, 2012
@anonymous (Lib) Go try that silly slop on someone else, nitwit. This proud 62 year old African American vet isn't hurt or shocked by your empty racebaiting. And I read your back up wiggly on trying to hide the fact that you are a clueless bumper sticker rerun when you "explained" that you knew Lindsey Graham is supportive of amnesty. You are funny. You also seem to hate me. Is your post "hatespeech"?
anonymous
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December 02, 2012
Robert Johnson,

There's no bigger insult than having to deal with the remnants of institutional racism, dog-whistle politics and inbred bigotry that your ilk represent.

You and your cronies don't deserve to call yourselves American. I'll celebrate when the last of you are dead.
Lib in Cobb
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December 01, 2012
Robert: Thank you. Graham is in the pocket of those who employ the undocumented. Making his vote up for sale. His core values are anti immigration, that's why I have called him a hard liner. Sometimes we must look beyond what is supposedly very clear to see the truth. The very fact that Graham is a Republican and the majority of his decisions and comments are right winged based makes him a hard liner.
Robert Johnson
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November 30, 2012
Lib/Foley, Seldom do you make a post that is worth our time to respond to, but I am happy to try to make you see what Snake eater was trying to tell you. Lindsey Graham IS NOT a "hardline imigration Senator" as you so spacily typed. Note Snake's question mark.

Snake told you that Graham's mickname is "Grahamnesty" - which is due to the fact that he is in the pocket of the business world that demands another amnesty for the illegal aliens you support here. Try to get it: Lindsey Graham is the opposite of an imigration hardliner.

Lib/Foley - Snake Eater called you an idiot for not knowing that. Then you show us that not only do you not know, you are too thick to even see the obvious proof that you are so mindless it hurts. us. In short - you are an Obama voter. There is no worse insult.
Lib in Cobb
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November 29, 2012
@Snake: Yes, I know that Lindsey is a "hardline immigration senator". That is exactly what I wrote in my post. DOPE!

@Management: I have never said, I was in favor of open borders, you too are hearing dog whistles. I want to see the pathway to legal entry and citizenship streamlined. Our president using his executive powers has created that program for the children brought here by their parents.
Snake eater
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November 28, 2012
@ Lib - Lindsey Graham is a "hardline immigration senator"? Idiot.

Showing us that you know only know what you invent or hear on the liberal media is not only funny, it is sad. His nickname is "Grahamnesty" Lib. He will help you sell out the USA in a minute. You should donate to him when you donate to the sickos at the SPLC.
Management
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November 28, 2012
Why ca't all you Libs in Cobb admit that you are against enforcement and that it works at stopping illegal immigration? King has shown - and so has the media, but grudgingly - that illegal aliens leave in droves when th elaw is enforced. The attrition trough enforcement idea works very well. Which is why it is attacked so much.

Open borders will get you in the end. If you don't believe me, come to Lost California. Try to walk around a Mexican barrio at any time of the day or night. They will show you how they look for a better life.
Lib in Cobb
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November 26, 2012
An article in today's AJC online describes a significant problem involving the anti immigration hysteria created by legislation in GA. It seems that medical professionals are having a great deal of trouble renewing their licenses because of the new requirements to prove their citizenship. So far 28,000 licenses have been renewed in GA, not one undocumented person has been found.

There has been as much as a 10 day delay in the renewal process caused by the legislation. The delay is caused by under-staffing at the licensing agency.

I have read in previous reports that the same problem exists in other licensing departments. Is this the smaller government which the GOP was referring to?

Lib in Cobb
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November 18, 2012
Hard line immigration senators such as Lindsey Graham are in discussions with Charles Schummer, D, NY to write a bill that would support creating a path to citizenship for the undocumented.

Talking heads such as Sean Hannity and Charles Krauthammer have softened their former hard line approach to immigration. Rupert Murdock has also re-evaluated his over the top opinions on immigration.

It's funny what two losses in presidential elections will do for the shallow thinkers.

We can count on DA to never give up his pastime of screaming at the passing immigration cars. Good luck, DA.

anonymous
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November 17, 2012
To all of the single-issue immigration folks who cleave to the attrition through enforcement nonsense that DA and FAIR support: You've got a rightt to say whatever you wish, and I'd fight for your right to do so.

Just one request: Please commit to not draw Social Security or Medicare, so we don't have to support you in your miserable old age.
Lib in Cobb
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November 17, 2012
Robert, You could not be more wrong in your assessment of me. I have NEVER stated I was in favor of open borders. Making erroneous assessments of people is common when you have few facts.

You are another Republican who is angry because your badly flawed candidate lost. The re-election of President Obama is a mandate. Get over it. President Obama is not in favor of open borders, nor am I.

I don't hate anyone. I dislike people who insist on making decisions based on few facts.

Republicans calling Progressives, "haters", became very commonplace during this election cycle in an effort to cover up their core values about the very people who they were attempting to disenfranchise. The GOP pi**ed of the women, the African Americans, the Latino population, the LGBT, the middle class, the poor, the elderly, the sick, the uninsured, the working class, the unions, the teachers. Did I miss anyone or group?

Now we see notable Republicans such as Chris Christie and Bobby Jindal making noise about the GOP needs to change.

Robert, you can't win elections when you believe that 47% of the population is unworthy.

Good luck.
Robert Johnson
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November 16, 2012
Lib, I doubt that DA King reads you nonsense, but from here, watching you write about "hate" (yawn) is not only very rich, it is sickening. You are the hater and you shpould examine your life to see why you want to ignore American laws that will cost us our country. And why you are not smart enough to see that you are taking an open borders position here. Whistle that dog, you hateful idiot.

Lib in Cobb
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November 15, 2012
Another very high profile Republican has come out on the side of intelligence and rational thinking.Bobby Jindal has rejected Romney's reasons on why he lost the election. Jindal also believes the GOP must appeal to 100% of the electorate.

DA, that would include the Latino vote. The "Dog Whistle People" cannot appeal to the Latino voters with the threat of mass deportation and the hate speech, which commonly comes from you. What has happened in your life that makes you hate so much?
Gordo Meis
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November 14, 2012
I hear the Tea Party Patriots, run by Dick Armey's Freedom Works has joined up with Obama to grant amnesty to illegal aliens and to increase the Democratic votung numbers of poor people who want to get m,ore welfare.
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