16 02 2007

Cross Posted from Georgia Crime Watch
Ok, folks – time to roll up your sleeves, ’cause we have a lot of work to do…

There are a ton of illegal immigration and NAU issues coming up for debate in the Georgia house. The folks over at GALEO are working hard to defeat them, so we MUST speak up TODAY, so our elected officials know how we feel.


Step 1:

SR124: The U.S. is about to merge with Mexico and Canada to form a North American Union. If you do not want this to happen, please call your GA senator:

Chambliss, Saxby- (R – GA) Class II
(202) 224-3521

Isakson, Johnny-
(R – GA) Class III
(202) 224-3643

And Politely tell the Secretary that you want them to vote YES for SR124.

Step 2:

E-mail me and let me know when step 1 is complete. (Thanks!)



Do you remember the illegal immigrant marches almost a year ago? Remember how you felt watching all those people demand they be given YOUR American rights?

The time for YOU to act is NOW.

Please start calling and e-mailing your elected officials and politely ask that they support these bills NOW!!! I don’t care if you call everyday. We MUST. GET. NOISY.

If you are e-mailing – copy and paste the list below and ask your elected officials to support these bills.

SB15: Increase penalty for driving without a license. Third offense would be a felony punishable by fine of up to $5,000 and 1-5 years in prison. Also would require authorities to determine the nationality of anyone jailed for a violation.

SB 23: Would clarify that judges and parole board members can consider someone’s immigration status when handing down decisions.

SB 25: Increase penalties for using false documents to obtain a driver’s license or auto tag. Also would apply to anyone aiding such fraud. Violators would face fine of up to $5000 and 1-5 years in prison.

SB 50: Require notaries public to be legal residents of the United States . A third violation would be a felony and come with maximum penalty of $5,000 and 5 years in jail.

SB 100: Increase penalty for manufacturing, selling or distributing fake IDs. Distributing or possessing more than three such documents would be punishable by 3-10 years in prison. Provides lesser penalties for violators under 21 years old.

HB 21: Would prohibit state agencies, counties and cities from printing official documents in any language other than English.

HB 43: Would require Georgians to prove they are U.S. citizens when registering to vote.

HB 72: Would require colleges and universities to more closely track foreign students. Administrators would have to report any foreign student who misses seven consecutive days of class to authorities.

HR127: Resolution urging the U.S. Congress to halt birthright citizenship for children of illegal immigrants.


E-mail me and let me know when you have completed the tasks above. I am keeping a tally and will update you periodically.


For more information on this and other issues plaguing Georgia, please visit the gacrimewatch yahoo group.

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration
(CAII).If you would like to participate, please go here learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition and let us know at what level you would like to participate.




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