Pro-Enforcement Americans lose again!
by DA_King
 Blogging While DA King
March 17, 2014 02:45 PM | 2674 views | 1 1 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

PRO-ENFORCEMENT AMERICANS LOSE AGAIN!

REPUBLICAN-CONTROLLED GEORGIA STATE SENATE  VOTES TO CONFIRM  ANTI-ENFORCEMENT LEFTIST TO  STATE BOARD OF CORRECTIONS

Last week  the Republican-controlled Georgia Senate confirmed Republican Governor Nathan Deal’s appointment of GALEO’s anti-enforcement leftist Ms. Rocio Del Milagro Woody to the state’s Board of Corrections.

While referring to illegally present aliens as “immigrants” and immigration enforcement as “anti-business,” Deal’s newly appointed corrections board member Del Milagro Woody has publicly spoken-out against  immigration enforcement, the federal 287(g) program, the proven effective attrition through enforcement concept and complained that immigration law in Arizona “has encouraged Georgia politicians to claim that illegal immigration is costing jobs and threatening the economy.”

The vote for confirmation of the list of the Governor’s appointments was 39 “YEA” - *13 “NAY” and 4 not voting. You can see how your own state Senator voted on the official Senate vote record, which is HERE.

*NOTE: Senator Judson Hill originally voted “NAY” but has since asked the Secretary of the Senate to change the record to reflect a “YEA” vote to confirm Rocio Del Milagro Woody to a five-year term on the corrections board.

It is important to know that the Senate had the ability to consider Woody’s name separately from the other names on Deal’s list of appointees.

The Republican Majority Leader moved to dispense with the reading of the list of appointments. There were no objections to the motion or the inclusion of Rocio Del Milagro Woody’s appointment and the motion passed.

VIDEO: If you want to watch the short Senate video archive of this vote, it is HERE . Debate at 211:30 . Vote at 218:00.

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Last week the same Republican-controlled Georgia Senate voted down an amendment to legislation that would have ended the issuance of drivers licenses to illegal aliens. You can see how your own state Senator voted on that disgraceful issue HERE.

A Senate Resolution that would have allowed Georgia voters to answer a November ballot question on amending the state constitution making English the official language of government and ending the current practice of offering the written drivers license test in 11 language other than English was not allowed to escape from Senate Rules committee. The same resolution passed in Oklahoma in 2010 by 76%.

All of this is due to the orders from the Chamber of Commerce and big business.

Welcome to Republican-ruled Georgiafornia.!

Upon educated constituent’s complaints to some Republican Georgia state Senators, we are hearing that the Senators are telling constituents that they had no choice on voting on the confirmation of Rocio Del Milagro Woody, because the Governor’s List of Appointments was “presented in a bundle.” This is not true. As you can see on the video, the Senators  waived the individual reading of the names on the list.

They knowingly voted to create a “bundle” after having been educated on Gov. Nathan Deal’s appointment of this leftist Democrat.

Also, some Senators are claiming to have known nothing about Rocio Del Milagro Woody or that her name was on the list of appointees. This would be alarming if it were true, because it means that they blindly voted on confirmation to an important state position.

But, they did have an education on Woody: I personally stood at the door of the Republican Senate Caucus meeting the week before they voted an handed out a printed copy of the above Breitbart News article linked above.

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Lib in Cobb
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March 17, 2014
@DA: You couldn't buy a win these days, could you Skippy?

Get a new hobby, this one is not looking very good for you. Even the GOP legislators don't think much of your rants. Maybe next year.

HA!
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