Chambliss and Isakson claim they are on the fence…literally.

4 06 2007

Cross posted from   Georgia Crime Watch

Senators Chambliss and Isakson are still doing damage control for the new Senate immigration bill(S. 1348). In fact, they say they want to hear from YOU before they go vote on the matter this week. If you haven’t done so already, please call and voice your opinion on how immigration should be handled: 1-800-234-4208

Here is Chambliss’ latest statement:

Both Senator Isakson and I fought hard during the negotiations to ensure that conservative principles, including a border security first provision to eliminate illegal immigration, are included in the legislation. If a final bill does not meet this and other specific criteria important to me and important to Georgians, I will not support it. There are a number of things in this bill that I don’t agree with and Georgians don’t agree with. However, we will never get a chance to improve the bill if we can’t get an agreement to debate the bill. Georgians did not elect me to sit on the sidelines. I look forward to taking part in this important debate.

Either way, Chambliss better tread lightly, because he is up for re-election and a Democratic opponent just came out of the woodwork.

Bill would put high school grads on fast track to legal status

A section of the new legislation deals with illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children. They would gain temporary legal status when they graduate from high school as long as they agreed to enroll in college or enlist in the military.

The portion above does not sound like a bad idea, yet GACW still defaults back to enforcement. HOW are all of these new provisions in S.1348 going to be enforced, when the Federal Government has not enforced immigration law in the past? Do we move forward and hope they will do what they say? Maybe watch this issue more closely and rattle the cages if we see any dereliction of duty? Or are you just completely fed up with the Government not following through?


It seems as if prostitution is another job Americans just won’t do. Luckily ICE was in on the following bust this weekend:

Authorities arrest three in prostitution ring

Onufre Jimenez-Ferreira, 55, of Atlanta; Relle Rosara-De Los Santo, 39, of Gainesville; and Carla Hernandez Mendoz, 35, of Gainesville were taken into custody after a raid on a house on Cleveland Street.

The FBI says crime is officially on the rise in America. Could MEXICAN GANGS have anything to do with this trend? Absolutely, which is why it completely astounds me to know there is a section in the new immigration bill that allows illegal alien gang members to become American citizens…as long as they renounce their gang affiliation, of course


Police rescue disturbed man off of the top of the Washington Street Bridge

New York Officer, Firefighter Injured by Falling Debris

Chicago Officer Injured During Investigation

Suspect Injures Iowa Officer With Knife, Kills Self

Texas Deputy Critical After Drug Raid

Illinois Officer Injured in High School Food Fight

Texas Game Warden Drowns During Search-And-Rescue

Florida Deputies Shot in Thwarted Burglary

New York Trooper Killed, Two Others Shot


Bear Creek Ledger: State GOP who oppose RNC on amnesty see pickup in fundraising.

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