The first segment of this piece is focused on illegal immigrants who are bitching and moaning about having to pay out-of-state tuition, which is part of the construct of HB 87. They briefly interview a female illegal immigrant student who laments that college is not going to be as affordable as she’d like. Since when the hell did education become a right? And you all have the NERVE to equate your struggles with “Brown vs. Board of Education?” Seriously? The new GA law is not requiring separate schools for illegal Mexicans and whites; it’s only enforcing the dang Federal laws that already exist.
What part of “illegal” are you guys not understanding? Why do you think you have a right to anything? You’re here in the country ILLEGALLY, so why are you expecting the red carpet to be rolled out for you? Out-of-state tuition should be the LEAST of your complaints. You should be happy your asses aren’t in JAIL!
With Herman Cain rising in popularity in the 2012 election cycle, I just HAD to find this video of his appearance at the inaugural rally for the FairTax in Gwinnett County, GA in 2006! (It’s not the greatest quality, but it’ll do.) I am urging everyone to look into Herman Cain more and get to know him.
He’s a rising star, and I think he has what it takes to make America great again. Of course he hasn’t held elective office before, but that, to me, is what makes him so attractive. The American government IS a business, so isn’t it time we HAVE a businessman in office to run this country? God knows he couldn’t do any worse than Obama has done… in fact, I am ANXIOUS and awaiting with baited breath to see him SLAY Obama in a debate!
From all your fans in Georgia, Mr. Cain… ‘H-I-T-M, Herman!’
Well, now we’ve gone and done it. Georgia is joining other front-running states getting serious about criminal illegal invaders coming across the Mexican border. We now join Arizona and Utah who both have their own stringent anti-illegal immigration laws on the books.
And, as expected, we got a bit of “celebrity” outrage expressed this weekend in Atlanta. Apparently Carlos Santana has his thong in a bunch over this new law, as well as Arizona’s. He was at the Braves-Phillies game, and used this opportunity to admonish us both, saying “The people of Arizona, and the people of Atlanta, Georgia, you should be ashamed of yourselves.” Of course this event was baseball’s annual Civil Rights game, so that explains Carlos’ attendance, I guess. But we should be ashamed of ourselves why, Carlos? For trying to enforce the laws that the Federal government won’t? Do we not have the right to try and protect our own State here in Georgia, Carlos?
Here’s the breakdown of the new legislation and the dates the provisions of Georgia House Bill 87 will take effect, from the AJC:
This two-year hijacking of our government by an ultra-liberal president and Congress has put this country on a fast and dangerous path to socialism. It has been fast when you consider how fast the national debt has escalated while the economy has stalled. And even though we survived the financial meltdown of late 2008 and early 2009, we are still dangerously close to a double-dip recession. Even worse, a depression is possible depending upon the actions of the upcoming lame duck session of Congress.
The first priority for the newly elected Congress is to rebuild some credibility with the American people. The new political party in control must do what it said it would do, even if it does not ultimately become law. The people are tired of being lied to, deceived and ignored. Congress’s approval rating is at an all-time low for those reasons.