March 24, 2014

Rumor Mill: South Georgia farmer and Republican state Senator Tommie Williams to switch political parties? On Obama administrative amnesty for illegal aliens:”If President (Barack) Obama gave them a legal status, we should respect that and let them live in peace”

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Tommie Williams remembers nearly all of the Chamber/Ag/ACLU/La Raza talking points! $

The take-away? Obama can circumvent congress, the rule of law and cheapen the very tradition of borders and American immigration and it is fine with Tommie Williams.

Because, as Tommie has told me several times, we have a labor shortage! We need the workers!

Below is a translated news report from here in Geogiafornia concerning Georgia’s lurch to the anti-enforcement clichĂ©-ridden left. Obama’s DACA illegal aliens and potential future Democrat voters, according to Dear Leader, are still illegal aliens and DO NOT have legal status.

Google translation to English: Republican state Senator *Tommie Williams to the foreign language press after convincing the Georgia Senate to kill an amendment that would have ended practice of issuing drivers licenses to DACA illegal aliens. March, 2014.

“If President (Barack) Obama gave them a legal status, we should respect that and let them live in peace.”

According to Williams, it is not fair that they want to remove the ‘dreamers’ privilege to drive legally as punishment for a mistake made by their parents.

“This is a country of laws, and if they gave you permission to be here, it is because they have met the requirements for that,” he said.

The senator said that in the past and passed a law that affected the agriculture and he learned from that lesson. Refers to HB87, requiring papers to immigrants working in the field, which has left millions in losses in the field.

Note: Tommie Williams (contact) is a South Georgia farmer.

*The rumor is that Republican state Senator Tommie Williams is going to switch parties.

Complete news report from Mundo Hispanico – March 5, 2014:

Fracasa iniciativa ‘antidreamer’

The ‘dreamers’ breathe calmer today after the Senate voted against an initiative that sought to leave them without a license.

A group of senators from Georgia this week made a last attempt to revive discreetly considered a bill ‘antidreamer’, which failed to pass the full during the regulatory period.

With 27 votes against eight in favor, the state Senate rejected a proposed amendment to SB392, which would have removed the permission to handle the beneficiaries of deferred action, a federal program known in English as DACA. That meant the same SB404, which stalled a few days ago after not being considered by the Senate Rules Committee, which left its promoters unhappy.

The SB392, which itself was discussed in plenary, proposes certain changes to vehicle registration, so these lawmakers, led by Rep. Bill Heath, saw an opportunity to try to add the amendment because it had some relationship.

Activists who watch over the rights of immigrants locally feared this would happen, so early hours of last Monday came to the Capitol to lobby.

At noon, representatives of the Hispanic, Asian and African American communities held a press conference where he again condemned the measures that threaten foreigners.

The business sector also made it clear that any action against immigrants affect the state in general, he urged politicians to be “more human” with their proposals.

In an attempt to discourage them from creating anti-immigrant laws in the future, several Asian merchants divided between aisles Gold Dome biscuits with messages that highlighted the contribution of outsiders in the state’s economy.

PHOTO: Helen Kim Ho, executive director of Asian American Legal Advocacy Center (AALAC) georgia invited state lawmakers to be more humanitarian immigrants.

Rivals of the same party

Ironically, the amendment group of Republican lawmakers was rejected after facing strong opposition from other influential Republican senator.

After Heath presented his arguments in favor of the measure, including beneficiaries mentioned that DACA it had to continue to be considered “illegal no rights to anything,” his counterpart Tommy Williams took the floor.

Williams urged other senators to vote against the amendment to prevent more drivers they would walk in the streets without a license and driving without insurance.

Also stressed that the ‘dreamers’ are just some guys who were brought here without your consent, who studied in “our schools” and only want to better themselves.

His words raised controversy, as the promoters of the initiative tried to make him look bad. MundoHispĂĄnico was the only Latin means to give coverage to this debate. Ultimately, the amendment was put to the vote and was standing by failing to majority vote.

Some of the Hispanic students who were in the Capitol thanked lawmakers rejected the measure, especially Williams, who was named “Hero” by value.

Pedro MarĂ­n also the representative for their support, because although you can not vote in the Senate, was present trying to convince his colleagues of the Senate to vote against the amendment.
At the end of the day, the ‘dreamers’ celebrated the result, although they are aware that there is still risk of a successful similar measure in the remainder of the term.

Senate Democrats Curt Thompson and Vincent Fort, who in the past have been marked by support for immigrants, no opinion in this debate, although both are among those who voted against the initiative.

That afternoon, state lawmakers also voted against the resolution SR1031, known as ‘InglĂ©s Only’.

The initiative aimed to prevent the exams to become licensed Georgia driver were in English only, and not in any other language like Spanish.

In an attempt to deter state politicians to create a future anti-immigrant laws, Asian traders distributed on Capitol Hill some cookies with messages that highlighted the contribution of foreigners in the economy of Georgia.

“I had to do”

MundoHispĂĄnico addressed to Senator Williams at the end of the debate to know why he decided to fight against the measure that originated within his own party.

“It’s common sense,” said the legislator to this medium. “If and President (Barack) Obama gave them a legal status, we should respect that and let them live in peace.”

According to Williams, it is not fair that they want to remove the ‘dreamers’ privilege to drive legally as punishment for a mistake made by their parents.

“This is a country of laws, and if they gave you permission to be here, it is because they have met the requirements for that,” he said.
The senator said that in the past and passed a law that affected the agriculture and he learned from that lesson. Refers to HB87, requiring papers to immigrants working in the field, which has left millions in losses in the field.
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