January 31, 2007

I am not a member of any political party. Here is why I could never be a Libertarian

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Because they are bunch of open borders advocates who have little connection with the reality that we can all see every day in America.

From the issues page of the Libertarian National Committee, Inc. – 2007

The benefits of open immigration

America has always been a nation of immigrants. Thomas Jefferson emphasized this basic part of the American heritage, taking note of “the natural right which all men have of relinquishing the country in which birth or other accident may have thrown them, and seeking subsistence and happiness wheresoever they may be able, and hope to find them.”

The Libertarian Party has long recognized the importance of allowing free and open immigration, understanding that this leads to a growing and more prosperous America. We condemn the xenophobic immigrant bashing that would build a wall around the United States. At the same time, we recognize that the right to enter the United States does not include the right to economic entitlements such as welfare. The freedom to immigrate is a freedom of opportunity, not a guarantee of a handout.

A policy of open immigration will advance the economic well-being of all Americans. All major recent studies of immigrants indicate that they have a high labor force participation, are entrepreneurial, and tend to have specialized skills that allow them to enter under-served markets. Although it is a common misconception that immigrants “take jobs away from native-born Americans,” this does not appear to be true. In 1989, the U.S. Department of Labor reviewed nearly 100 studies on the relationship between immigration and unemployment and concluded that “neither U.S. workers nor most minority workers appear adversely affected by immigration.”

There is more here.


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Until I get time for a more detailed outline of these un-American leftists….see here.

In the course of its history, MALDEF has undertaken numerous legal campaigns to abet the cause of illegal immigration. In the 1980s, the organization threw its legal clout behind the claims of illegal immigrants in Texas, who demanded a right to a free education in the state at the taxpayers’ expense. In a successful lawsuit, MALDEF argued that denying the plaintiffs this “right” was unconstitutional. MALDEF has also brought suit against public colleges and universities, charging that they deny admission to illegal immigrants due to their “perceived immigration status.” (The schools have denied the allegation.) In a corollary campaign, MALDEF has sued to compel universities to charge low, in-state tuition rates to illegal immigrants. MALDEF also holds that failing to provide bilingual ballots for Hispanic voters is discriminatory, and equates English-language ballots with the racism-inspired literacy tests once used to disenfranchise black voters in the American South.

In 1994, MALDEF condemned Operation Gatekeeper, a U.S. government program intended to restore integrity to a portion of the California-Mexico border, across which many thousands of illegal aliens streamed each year. Condemning this program for callously “diverting” illegal border-crossers “from California to the harsh and dangerous Arizona desert,” MALDEF charged that Americans opposing unrestricted immigration were motivated largely by “racism and xenophobia.”

What you miss if you do not watch Lou Dobbs on CNN

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Lou Dobbs Tonight 1-29-07


PILGRIM: Pro-illegal alien groups today demanding federal agents stop enforcing our nation’s immigration laws. Now, the groups say they want all deportations to stop until Congress passes an amnesty bill for illegal aliens.

Casey Wian reports.


LUIS CARRILLO, ATTORNEY: Let’s take a vote. Who says English first?

CASEY WIAN, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice over): A sign of the times, a news conference starting with a vote on whether to begin in English or Spanish.

CARRILLO: This young woman here was a victim of the recent ICE raids.

WIAN: Last week, ICE arrested more than 750 Los Angeles-area illegal aliens, one of the biggest sweeps of criminal foreign nationals in U.S. history. Now illegal alien advocacy groups claim ICE is using racial profiling to also target otherwise law-abiding illegal aliens, such as this 20-year-old mother of three.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: ICE said that I was illegal. And the agent proceeded to arrest me.

CARRILLO: ICE has given the impression to the public that they’re only going after persons with criminal backgrounds, when the truth is that they’re picking up workers, mothers, fathers, day laborers. ICE has a historic custom and practice of engaging in racial profiling, stopping only Latinos.

WIAN: The facts prove otherwise. ICE deported illegal aliens from 189 nations last year, including 1,364 Jamaicans, 624 Canadians, 489 Chinese. 431 Filipinos, and 405 Indians.

The majority of deportations, both criminal and otherwise, do involve Latin American citizens. But ICE says that’s only because those are the home countries of the overwhelming majority of illegal aliens. ICE says its recent raids only targeted illegal aliens already ordered deported by a judge. However, ICE says there were collateral arrests.

Now a growing number of illegal alien advocates are demanding the federal government stop enforcing immigration law.

JAVIER RODRIGUEZ, MARCH 25 COALITION: We demand, we demand a moratorium against deportations. On deportations and the raids.

WIAN: The same groups behind last year’s pro-amnesty street demonstrations are threatening more protests and marches this spring.


WIAN: All this an effort to pressure Congress to grant amnesty to the 12 to 20 million illegal aliens now in the United States — Kitty.

PILGRIM: Casey, is there any reaction from federal authorities on this protest?

WIAN: These demands, federal authorities say, are absolutely ridiculous. I mean, could you just imagine what would happen at the border if ICE and the Border Patrol decided to stop deporting illegal aliens in anticipation of Congress passing some sort of a guest worker or amnesty bill? The borders would be absolutely flood. They would be overwhelmed, even more so than they are now — Kitty.

PILGRIM: Thanks very much.

Casey Wian.

Well, some progress today in the war against illegal drugs coming across our border from Mexico. Four alleged Mexican drug lords were arraigned in San Diego this afternoon. The four were extradited from Mexico earlier this month.

The extradition was ordered by Mexico’s president, Felipe Calderon. Now, Calderon has vowed to crack down on drug gangs and violence in his country, violence that often spreads to the U.S. side of the border.


Well, let’s turn to our border security crisis. There are currently more than 6,000 National Guardsmen patrolling our border with Mexico. But just what are the guard’s rules of engagement?

An Arizona National Guards spokesman said, “We don’t apprehend. We don’t detain. We don’t transport.” Arizona legislators also want to know just what the Guard’s role is. And today they held a hearing on the National Guard’s border role.

And joining me now is Warde Nichols, Arizona’s homeland security chairman. And thanks for being with us.


PILGRIM: Part of the hearing today was to sort out exactly happened. What did we establish at today’s hearing on what happened?

NICHOLS: Well, unfortunately, what we established today is that the National Guard are there on the border as basically window dressing. They can’t do anything. They — all they do is radio in positions of illegals when they’re coming across the border. They can’t engage. They can’t, you know, apprehend, detain. I mean they’re there basically to just radio in — radio in positions.

PILGRIM: Now, you have said that the gunmen who cross over from the Mexico side of the border appear to be testing the resolve of the National Guard. Explain a little bit what you — what you mean by that.

NICHOLS: Yes, based off the stories that we got from General Ratochek (ph) today an exact account of the story. I believe that these were paramilitary personnel in Kevlar, vests carrying automatic weapons coming in to test the resolve of what the National Guard are going to do in these situations. Test — test to see what their response is when they come across the border in these type of situations.

And we found out today that with rules of engagement in the type of things they have to adhere to, that our National Guard men and women on the border are, in my opinion, terrible risk. Their rules of engagement are terrible. Their hands are tied.

PILGRIM: The rules of engagement are what? They must retreat, correct, and cannot engage?

NICHOLS: Basically, yes. They have to — there’s three or four different things that they have to do in process. And basically, in a nutshell, they cannot do anything until fired upon.

PILGRIM: Now this area, tell us a little bit about this area, and what kind of people might be coming across.

NICHOLS: Well, in this type of area, it’s out near Sasabe and in this area there’s a lot of coyote, human smuggling going on. There’s drugs that are coming across the border and now in this particular situation, we believe it was some type of paramilitary personnel.

PILGRIM: And — and there was no engagement whatsoever?

NICHOLS: Well, again from General Ratochek’s report, one the armed gunman got within about 30 feet of one of our guardsman. And they were standing there, looking at each other, rifles in hand, and at that point that’s what our National Guardsman went a different position in a defensive position.

PILGRIM: They withdrew and called in…

NICHOLS: Yes, they called in the border guard. And that’s another thing that we learned in the hearing today, that our border guard, our Border Patrol, are there basically taking care of our National Guard. I think it’s a little reversed. Our National Guard men and women are trained military personnel. Yet they have to call the border guard, the Border Patrol in order to be able to do anything.

PILGRIM: Now this National Guard operation is called “Operation Jump Start”. It’s $760 million so far. Do you think that that’s a waste of money or do you think that’s effectively spent?

NICHOLS: You know, I can’t say it’s a complete waste of money, because we have gotten reports that they have been able to help Border Patrol apprehend and detain these people.

But again I would venture to say that if we use that money more wisely and we are able to put them there in a primary role, able to do the duties of the Border Patrol, we would have much more success in securing our borders.

PILGRIM: Now this particular group of National Guard troops were commended for their action. Do you think that that’s something that should have been done? They were commended not only by the National Guard but Arizona’s governor’s office for their actions.

NICHOLS: Yes, I wouldn’t want to belittle what the soldiers did in any shape, way or form. They were following out their directives and their orders. But that’s what we were looking at today. What are their directives and what are their orders and what are their rules of engagement? And I would venture to say that they — that their rules of engagement and their directives must be changed.

PILGRIM: Now, this is a state hearing. But what would you like to see happen?

NICHOLS: I would like to see more awareness about this issue brought forward. That people understand that our men and women on the border are at risk every day because of the directives of the federal government and the directives of the governors that they have signed on to in order to have the National Guard at the border. And they’re putting their lives on line, and we’ve got to untie their hands.

PILGRIM: This is not just a state issue, because this border stretches across many states. Is there any thinking that perhaps a few states could get together and start to reexamine the rules of engagement?

NICHOLS: I would love the four border states to get together and, you know, look at the rules of engagement and look at what Border Patrol’s doing on the border.

We know the governor of Texas, just in last week, signed a decree basically putting another 600 plus Texas National Guard on the border to act more in a primary role there and to be able to ride along with Border Patrol and assist. And that may be partially the way to go, but I don’t think it goes far enough yet.

PILGRIM: In this hearing today, any input from Washington? And you are happy with the support you’re getting from Washington?

NICHOLS: No, we didn’t get any input from Washington. And quite frankly, unfortunately, Washington in their federal policies, immigration policies, border security policies, have failed us miserably here in Arizona, and we’ve got to do something about it.

PILGRIM: Any next steps decided on today?

NICHOLS: You know, I did tell the general in the hearing today that we would like to have him back at some point. As we let some of the thoughts simmer and understand what was said. And we hope to get more answers as we continue to mow through this process and be able to, again, make good policy decisions that we can bring awareness of the issue to the forefront.

PILGRIM: In the interim, would more National Guard troops help the situation?

NICHOLS: You know, we asked the general that. And he didn’t really quite have an answer for us that issue. He said that he’s apolitical. He’s not going to get into the policies and the politics of it and that he’s just there carrying out orders.

PILGRIM: Well, sometimes politics has to be practical.

NICHOLS: Yes, yes.

PILGRIM: Thanks very much for joining us this evening and explaining it.

NICHOLS: Thank you, Kitty.

PILGRIM: Representative Warde Nichols.

NICHOLS: Thank you.

Sanctions for Hiring Illegals Worry Firms

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Sanctions for Hiring Illegals Worry Firms
The Associated Press
Friday, January 26, 2007

WASHINGTON — Business lobbyists believe lawmakers will ultimately strip from Senate minimum wage legislation any sanctions against companies caught hiring illegal immigrants. Whether they can keep it out of immigration law is another matter.

The Senate, by a 94-0 vote Thursday, inserted a federal contracting ban for businesses that violate immigration laws into a bill that would raise the federal floor on hourly pay from $5.15 to $7.25 over two years.

To become law, the Senate immigration provisions would have to be approved by House and Senate negotiators if and when they meet to reconcile differences between the House and Senate versions of minimum wage legislation. The House approved a minimum wage boost earlier this month.

The Senate vote was the new Congress’ first action on immigration legislation and the overwhelming outcome was a strong signal that, even if removed, it could find its way back into legislation again.

Angelo Amador, director of immigration policy for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, predicted the contracting ban would not likely survive inside a final minimum wage bill.

“I’m more concerned as to what is says for the immigration reform to come,” he said. “Reminds me of the Great Wall of America debate. Many complained about it, but most voted for it.”

Under the provision, offered by Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., companies caught hiring illegal workers while on a federal contract would be banned from government work for 10 years. Other companies discovered with illegal workers would be prohibited from getting federal contracts for seven years.


Mexico…wanna visit?

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Mexico ( I have been many times. I will never return )

Warning: Mexico enforces it laws!

COUNTRY DESCRIPTION: Mexico is a Spanish-speaking country about three times the size of Texas, consisting of 31 states and one federal district. The capital is Mexico City. Mexico has a rapidly developing economy, ranked by the World Bank as the twelfth largest in the world. The climate ranges from tropical to desert, and the terrain consists of coastal lowlands, central high plateaus, and mountains of up to 18,000 feet.

Many cities throughout Mexico are popular tourist destinations for U.S. citizens. Travelers should note that location-specific information contained below is not confined solely to those cities, but can reflect conditions throughout Mexico. Although the majority of visitors to Mexico thoroughly enjoy their stay, a small number experience difficulties and serious inconveniences. Read the Department of State Background Notes on Mexico for additional information. Travelers to Mexico should carefully read the section on Crime below.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: The Government of Mexico requires that all U.S. citizens present proof of citizenship and photo identification for entry into Mexico. However, some U.S. citizens have encountered difficulty in boarding flights in Mexico without a passport. The U.S. Embassy recommends traveling with a valid U.S. passport to avoid delays or misunderstandings. A lost or stolen passport is easier to replace when outside of the United States than other evidence of citizenship. However, U.S. citizenship documents such as a certified copy (not a simple photocopy or facsimile) of a U.S. birth certificate, a Naturalization Certificate, a Consular Report of Birth Abroad, or a Certificate of Citizenship are acceptable. U.S. citizens boarding flights to Mexico should be prepared to present one of these documents as proof of U.S. citizenship, along with photo identification, such as a state or military issued ID. Driver’s licenses and permits, voter registration cards, affidavits and similar documents are not sufficient to prove citizenship for readmission into the United States.

IMPORTANT NEW INFORMATION: Effective January 23, 2007, all U.S. citizens traveling by air to and from the Caribbean, Bermuda, Panama, Mexico and Canada are required to have a valid passport to enter or re-enter the United States. As early as January 1, 2008, U.S. citizens traveling between the United States and the Caribbean, Bermuda, Panama, Mexico and Canada by land or sea (including ferries), may be required to present a valid U.S. passport or other documents as determined by the Department of Homeland Security. American citizens can visit travel.state.gov or call 1-877-4USA-PPT (1-877-487-2778) for information on applying for a passport.

Tourist Travel: U.S. citizens do not require a visa or a tourist card for tourist stays of 72 hours or less within “the border zone,” defined as an area between 20 to 30 kilometers of the border with the U.S., depending on the location. U.S. citizens traveling as tourists beyond the border zone or entering Mexico by air must pay a fee to obtain a tourist card, also known as an FM-T, available from Mexican consulates, Mexican border crossing points, Mexican tourism offices, airports within the border zone and most airlines serving Mexico. The fee for the tourist card is generally included in the price of a plane ticket for travelers arriving by air.

Vehicle Permits: With the exception of travel to the Baja Peninsula, tourists wishing to travel beyond the border zone with their car must obtain a temporary import permit or risk having their car confiscated by Mexican customs officials. To acquire a permit, one must submit evidence of citizenship, title for the car, a car registration certificate, a driver’s license, and a processing fee to either a Banjercito branch located at a Mexican Customs (Aduanas) office at the port of entry, or at one of the Mexican Consulates located in Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Bernardino, or San Francisco. Mexican law also requires the posting of a bond at a Banjercito (Mexican Army Bank) office to guarantee the departure of the car from Mexico within a time period determined at the time of the application. For this purpose, American Express, Visa or MasterCard credit card holders will be asked to provide credit card information; others will need to make a cash deposit of between $200 and $400, depending on the age of the car. In order to recover this bond or avoid credit card charges, travelers must go to any Mexican Customs office immediately prior to departing Mexico. Disregard any advice, official or unofficial, that vehicle permits can be obtained at checkpoints in the interior of Mexico.

Travelers should avoid individuals outside vehicle permit offices offering to obtain the permits without waiting in line, even if they appear to be government officials. There have been reports of fraudulent or counterfeit permits being issued outside of the doors of the vehicle import permit office in Nuevo Laredo and other border areas. If the proper permit was not obtained before entering Mexico and cannot be obtained at the Banjercito branch at the port of entry, do not proceed to the interior. Travelers without the proper permit may be incarcerated, fined and/or have their vehicle seized at immigration/customs checkpoints. For further information, contact Mexican Customs about appropriate vehicle permits.

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The government of the Republic of Ireland has endorsed President Bush’s path to citizenship/guestworker/amnesty scheme for illegal aliens.

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The government of the Republic of Ireland has endorsed President Bush’s guestworker/amnesty scheme for illegal aliens.

“The Government is determined to continue its active engagement on behalf of our people in the US who remain caught in the shadow of fear and uncertainty,” said Minister of Foreign Affairs Dermot Ahern. “[President Bush’s] support for the enactment of legislation that would regularise the status of the undocumented is particularly encouraging.”

PLEASE call the Irish Embassy and express your opposition to Bush’s path to citizenship/guestworker/amnesty scheme. Let Foreign Minister Ahern know that you disagree with his position.

Minister Dermot Ahern


America has the most generous immigration policy in the world. The “undocumented” illegal aliens have to play by the same rules as everyone else.

Arizona state government proves that Social Security info can be verified …OH MY!

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The question seems clear: If this can be done in Arizona, why not in Georgia?

Let’s start asking.

From AZCentral.com

State effort proves that Social Security info can be verified

Republic columnist
Oct. 16, 2006

Quietly, for the past year, state officials tucked away in a non- descript building near the state Capitol have waged a small battle against illegal immigration.

What they do seems pretty simple: They check state employees’ Social Security numbers to make sure they match those on file in Washington.

But that monthly running of the numbers might prove significant in the debate over illegal immigration in Arizona. advertisement

Because it knocks down a major argument that kept state Republicans from supporting legislation last year that would crack down on employers of illegal immigrants.

Namely, it shows the database works.

Arizona started checking the names and Social Security numbers of its employees in December after Gov. Janet Napolitano signed an executive order mandating the program.

Since then, every five weeks or so, the state Department of Administration has electronically sent the names and numbers of all 42,000 state employees through the Social Security Number Verification program.

More coming on this very good use of available tools to ensure compliance with the law.

January 29, 2007

Open letter to Atlanta ICE regarding Hernan Taylor & Lee and Alianza 17 de Marzo – just part of the illegal alien/open borders lobby in Georgia

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Below is a slightly expanded letter posted today to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Atlanta regarding well publicized organized crime here.

I have added some hyperlinks to educate the reader.

29 January, 2007

Ken Smith, Special Agent in Charge
Immigration and Customs Enforcement
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
1691 Phoenix Blvd., Suite 250
Atlanta, GA 30349
(770) 994-4218 office
(770) 994-4227 fax

Title 8, U.S.C. § 1324(a) defines several distinct offenses related to aliens. Subsection 1324(a)(1)(i)-(v) prohibits alien smuggling, domestic transportation of unauthorized aliens, concealing or harboring unauthorized aliens, encouraging or inducing unauthorized aliens to enter the United States, and engaging in a conspiracy or aiding and abetting any of the preceding acts”.

Re: A citizen reports violations of Title 8, United States Code

Special Agent Smith,

I write to report at least one very well documented violation of the federal law your office is charged with enforcing.

As I fear a negative effect on homeland security by continued violations by the same parties involved, I am respectfully urging you to investigate the publicly reported violations of Title 8 USC 1324 outlined below and refer any case developed to the United States Attorney for the Atlanta District for prosecution.

The legal firm of Hernan Taylor & Lee in association with a group known as Alianza 17 de Marzo has apparently lead a trip that transported at least one self confessed illegal alien from the Atlanta area to Washington D.C.

This is a clear violation of 8 USC 1324.

The May, 2006 trip was well documented in a news report by the respected Cox News Service – complete with quotes from Christopher Taylor who was a self- professed leader of the group which also included an alien named Adelina Nichols, who is described as a Mexican citizen and present in the U.S. on a visa.

As you know U.S. visa requirements dictate that visa holders strictly obey existing U.S. law. The activities I mention above are well documented and publicized.

Other people involved in this act of organized crime include, but are not limited to, attorneys Jaime Hernan, Christopher Taylor, Jerome D. Lee, of Hernan Taylor & Lee and Alianza 17 de Marzo organizers former Atlanta Mexican Consul General Teodoro Maus, Adelina Nichols and a Julian Herrera.

Partners in the law firm of Hernan Taylor & Lee are unafraid to post this information on their Website – with a link to the news story describing their leadership, and participation in the transportation and harboring of an illegal alien, Miguel Angel, who according to the Cox News report, resides in Roswell, Georgia.

I believe there is more than sufficient evidence to demonstrate that the people involved are working together and to the same end in a conspiracy to violate federal law for commercial profit.

( RICO LAWS: “…Any act which is indictable under the Immigration and Nationality Act, section 274 (relating to bringing in and harboring certain aliens), section 277 (relating to aiding or assisting certain aliens to enter the United States), or section 278 (relating to importation of alien for immoral purpose) if the act indictable under such section of such Act was committed for the purpose of financial gain…”

I believe that this represents racketeering and significant involvement in organized crime.

To many Americans, myself included, it appears that the people outlined above may be somehow immune to the rule of law to which most Americans are held. If they are indeed insulated from prosecution because of some social or political connection or cause, I must respectfully ask which other American laws do not apply to these individuals.

I attach a copy of the Cox News story of May, 2006.

As a way to illustrate the motivation of these co-conspirators, I believe it important for you to know that until mid-January, 2007, the Hernan Taylor & Lee law firm had a page on its Website offering a 10% discount on future legal services regarding assistance to illegal aliens with applying for amnesty and guest worker status in a non-existent federal program under a non-existent federal law.

Contact information for Hernan Taylor & Lee:
990 Holcomb Bridge Road, Suite 3 – Roswell, Georgia 30076 and 575 Marietta Road – Canton, Georgia 30114 Telephone: (770) 650-7200 The Web address for Hernan Taylor & Lee is www.HTLweb.com (Contact info here)

Contact information for Alianza 17 de Marzo: www.alianza17demarzo.org (English translation here)

Please know that I have great and admiration and respect for the dangerous work that you and your agents do each day and great gratitude for your dedication and professionalism.

Thank you,

D.A. King
Marietta, Ga. 30066

(NOTE TO READERS – More on Hernan here)

Isabel Garcia: Keep border security measures out of immigration bills! Jerry Gonzalez not so clear

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The Coalición de Derechos Humanos will focus on keeping border-security measures out of immigration bills, said co-chair Isabel Garcia.

From the Tucson Star ( read entire piece here)
New Congress provides impetus
By Brady McCombs

The Coalición de Derechos Humanos will focus on keeping border-security measures out of immigration bills, said co-chair Isabel Garcia. They’ll travel to Phoenix and Washington, D.C., and take part in coalitions, such as the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, to pound home that message.

The group has divorced itself from what comprehensive reform has become and is willing to butt heads with immigrants’ rights organizations that compromised to accept border enforcements, she said.

“To the immigrants’ rights lobby and the Democrats and Mexico, we say to them: Your strategy is an absolute failure,” Garcia said. “What did you get? Did you get amnesty for one person? You got a big fat zero.”

We note that Garcia is at least honest in her position, she wants open borders and hates America. We wish Jerry Gonzalez had the courage of his peers.

You can stay up on Jerry’s antics and efforts here in Georgia by registering here for his [ really frequent] pleas for help to defeat legislation aimed at illegal immigration…HERE.
I do.

Here is Jerry.

January 28, 2007


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I cannot make stuff like this up.

Check this out : Hispanicsagainstcnn.com AND WATCH the LOU DOBBS TONIGHT show on CNN

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