Patriot groups to hold meeting on illegal aliens and amnesty

Arizona is all over the news with supporters and detractors weighing in on its new immigration law. Other states are considering similar measures. As the issue unfolds, local patriot groups will sponsor a meeting Tuesday on illegal aliens and amnesty.

Speakers at the event will include Congressman Lynn Westmoreland and nationally recognized authority on illegal aliens D.A. King.

Event organizers said the estimated number of illegal aliens in the U.S. ranges from 12 to 25 million, with programs in some areas being reduced due to the soaring costs of serving illegal aliens.
Georgia’s annual increase in the number of illegal aliens is almost double Arizona’s and is about equal to California’s, organizers said, and the federal government is doing very little to protect our sovereignty and security and is failing to enforce our laws, thus driving states to enact their own rules.

Though not acknowledged by the mainstream media, Jane’s Information Group nearly seven years ago reported that Middle Eastern and central Asian males were blending in with groups in Mexico as they crossed the U.S. border. The same situation is still occurring today and was noted earlier this month in a report by WSB-TV.

The meeting will be held June 1 at 7 p.m. at the Whitewater Creek Country Club Amenities Center located at 165 Birkdale Drive off Redwine Road.

The event is co-sponsored by the Fayette-Coweta 9.12 Patriots, Fayette County Tea Party and the Coweta Tea Party Patriots.

For more information contact Jim Richter at 770-632-9618 or fc912p@gmail.com or David Barlow at 601-906-7167 or davidbarlow@comcast.net

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THE POWER OF YOUR VOTE?

REMEMBER THEM IN JUNE

A deep Silence from most Liberal oriented newspapers about the thousands of anti -illegal immigrant; pro-sovereignty crowds who packed a baseball stadium in Tempe, Arizona This huge congregation have concluded that, the law in Arizona represents not only this border state but every US state. That it is deemed as important to every state from the West to East coast? Every US state has been impacted by 20 to 30 million illegal aliens and to give them --AMNESTY--will be adverse to the "Rule of Law." These people no matter the violation stole into America and have in the majority of cases lived of the taxes of honest citizens-legal residents. The liberal press have mocked the truth and tried to hide that 72 percent of Americans who believe that every state should have a right to enact immigration policing laws, when the federal government refuses to do so.

There are about 20 to 30 million criminal aliens in the United States and the Federal government does le to stop this invasion. The US Constitution under Article 4, section 4, requires the Federal government to stop invasions: “…… and [The United States] shall protect each of them [the States] against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive.

The only way President Obama is going to pass Comprehensive Immigration reform, is forcing down the throat of the population. IF THE PREVIOUS ADMINISTRATIONS THROUGH BUSH, CLINTON HAD ENFORCED THE 1986 SIMPSON/MAZZOLI BILL AND STOPPED THE INVASION THIS ECONOMIC TRAVESTY WOULD NEVER HAVE HAPPENED. DEMAND FROM YOUR REPRESENTATIVES WHY THEY ARE LYING TO US ABOUT THE—REAL—FENCES, COMPROMISED BY THE MAJORITY DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP, LED BY NO OTHER THAN SENATOR HARRY REID (D-NV) AN AVID PRO-AMNESTY ZEALOT.

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Invasions

At least this wave of "invaders" isn't hell bent on land grabbing and genocide, unlike the Europeans who first landed here. Fencing someone out includes fencing yourself in. That's OK for a house, but not for a country. Possibly, if the dumbing down of America keeps up the current pace unabated, the problem at the border may be reversed.

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Ah, the clouded lense of history

Yes the Europeans were bent on conquest. The same as every human group throughout history. Be it the Mali, Masai, Huns, Saxons, babylonians, egyptians. So what is the point? We had unfettered immigration to this county due to the desire to fill up the land with working people. Remember it was a colony first. Now we have filled the land to such an extent that we entertain population control. Okay. Do you believe that everyone in the world has a right to live within the confines of the country? If so, then your opinion makes sense, but what an ecological catastrophe will result. If everyone in the world does not have a right to live here, then shouldn't we have a sensible immigration policy? The left pisses and moans about the environment, and then want to have unfettered immigration.

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A sensible immigration policy

I am all for it, as well as controlling the borders. A fence and an attitude will not do that, neither will calling a child of God "illegal". Practically speaking, are we going to deport all of the people who are here illegally? Of course not. If you don't like them here illegally, then make their status legal. I'm sure that the Creator would not mind. Or is the love affair with the perceived problem, and the self-righteous indignation that goes along, so great that it can not be given up, even for an obvious and practical solution? My perception is that lazy Americans are a much greater threat to our country than hard working immigrants.

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You have to be kidding right?

You are saying God is for illegal immigration..? I would suspect he/she would be ambivalent to it..

God laid down laws.. So did man.. This is a Nation of Laws.. Not feel good moments of Liberalism.

Either we all abide by the laws or we have anarchy.. Amnesty has been done once it was supposed to end illegal immigration.. Did it?

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Sorry Lindsey

You have read my posting incorrectly. I did not say God is for illegal immigration, that information is not available to me. I am aware that we are a nation of laws, and the laws pertaining to immigration can be changed. I am not talking about feel good moments, I am referring to a practical solution to the issue of people being in the US illegally, to the tune of 10s of millions, a situation that has been aided and abetted in the past by virtually every segment of US society, not the least of which was by conservatives looking for cheap labor. For the record, I was trying to point out the hypocrisy of labeling children of the Creator as "illegal", rather than applying that description to their status as residents. I agree that we need to control our borders, and the sooner the better. The immigrants that enter and stay illegally are simply following the money, and until the source is under control, the flow will continue.

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Carb.. Enforcement is the key

knee jerk reactions from Government is not. Arizona is a beginning.. This administration fighting them is typical of feel good moments. Allowing Illegals to remain here ILLEGALLY is not the answer. Stopping the flow in and revenue out has got to become a priority. However we will get more of the same rhetoric and stead of action..

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"patriot groups"? Try "local xenophobes"

The tea party partisans are now "patriot groups"?

Whoever wrote this headline needs a journalism refresher course in leaving editorial commentary out of news headlines.

Speaking of editorializing, breathless commentary such as "though not acknowledged by the mainstream media..." shows the wild-eyed conspiracys-on-every-corner nature of these fringe political groups.

"Fringe political groups" would have probably been a more accurate description in the headline. "Tinfoil hat groups" would have worked as well. "Local xenophobes" would be technically the most accurate, though.