Skip to comments.Eye-popping billboard zings famous Republican, Lindsey Graham
Posted on 07/12/2013 5:24:10 AM PDT by cotton1706
A brand-new Georgia billboard proclaiming South Carolinas alleged affinity for illegal aliens is raising eyebrows this week.
The sign, posted in Canton, Ga., declares: South Carolina welcomes the undocumented. Sen. Lindsey Graham says his state has a labor shortage and wants more immigrants. For job tips, call his office at (864) 646-4090. Located in Pendleton, S.C. Only 2 hours from Atlanta!
Sen. Graham, R-S.C., sits on a bipartisan committee that just passed a sweeping immigration-reform bill.
These people must have been off the planet for the last five years, said D.A. King, an immigration activist with the Dustin Inman Society who paid for the billboard. We dont need more workers. We need more jobs.
King blasted the immigration bill, claiming illegal aliens will have an easier time getting jobs in the U.S., while making it more difficult for American citizens to find or hold onto employment.
I think unemployed Georgians are already kicking and screaming, King told WGCL-TV, the CBS affiliate in Atlanta.
If you want an answer, go to the unemployment office and ask someone in line if they think adding 20 million more workers to the American workforce in the next several years is a good idea.
Finally! This is the field this war should be fought on. Those idiots in DC have no clue what this will do to the American worker, all they care about is lining their pockets.
as God is my witness, I'll never vote conservative again!!
From two days ago:
Just exactly what is Linda’s left hand doing? Schmuckie looks terribly pleased.
What a great, simple idea. Give the morally superior, sanctimonious elite what they are asking for.
This should be a nationwide project. I’ll bet donations to fund an idea like this would pour in from across the country.
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