Skip to comments.Immigration on Georgia's Mind
Posted on 05/10/2010 2:41:53 AM PDT by fightinJAG
"It's perfectly appropriate for state laws to complement federal laws. States are within their 10th Amendment powers to draft laws that deal with a huge, dangerous problem. States along the Southern border have faced war-like conditions triggered by the violence of drug cartels. -- Nathan Deal, former congressman and candidate for governor of Georgia.
People gathered in cities around the country recently to protest the new law passed in Arizona regarding immigration control.
The United States allows the legal immigration of people from other countries at a level that exceeds the legal immigration of the rest of the worlds countries combined. In any given year, there are millions of people waiting to hear about their application for a visa to enter this country. We are not an anti-immigrant nation.
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Most of whom will be turned down because an illegal alien has filled their spot for less money.
I am voting for Nathan Deal for our next Gov. Years ago, while in Congress, he was at the forefront of the illegal problem. Each year he would try to get support to end “Anchor Babies”.
We have a horrible problem in GA with illegals and we are not on the border! The construction boom brought them in droves.
I’m with you Panthermom.I tell everyone I know that the real deal is Nathan Deal.We need to spread the word.
yes, i’m a little worried that deal will have some integrity problems.
i hope not. the illegals have taken over schools, drs, everything
in my ga neighborhood. sick of it and their screaming spanish.
Georgia is Mexico Jr. and it is all I can do every day to keep from going on a spree.......