Mexican Cocaine: Georgia’s Big Problem

11 07 2007

Cross posted from    Georgia Crime Watch

It’s that time again – College finals are here, so you probably won’t hear much from me this week…However, there is some good news! Channel 46 reports that S.B. 529 laws are WORKING! See the video that was shot in Norcross, GA here.

The bad news is that now some of Georgia’s farmers are upset over the lack of immigration reform.

The American Farm Bureau Federation estimates that at least half of the nation’s 1 million hired farm workers are illegal workers…”The only people we can get to do the work is Mexicans,” Scarbor said.

I agree that our visa system needs improvement, but we must not let that deter us from enforcing our current immigration laws and securing our border FIRST.

Whitehead, Broun spar in 10th District debate

Whitehead and Broun bickered over illegal immigration but ultimately supported the same approach: seal the borders and enforce the laws already on the books.

Of course, some people think that securing our border is too costly and the immigration bill was America’s best hope of fixing the immigration problem.

I disagree, because even if the Senate had passed the bill, it probably wouldn’t have passed the House, and even if it did – the funding wasn’t going to be there to implement everything in the bill anyway.

I want to see our Government keep their promises by funding AND enforcing the bills they have already passed. Once they prove they can follow through; then i’ll be more apt to listen to new ideas.

In the interim – the drugs being funneled in through Mexico are continuing to cause a problem for our great state:


Four nabbed in two drug busts

Arrested were Jose Guadalupe-Rodriguez and Lizandro Niebla-Moreno, both of Gainesville, as they arranged and delivered approximately $4,900 worth of cocaine…Niebla-Moreno is charged with Trafficking Cocaine and
Possession of Cocaine with the Intent to Distribute. Guadalupe-Rodriguez is charged with Party to the Crime of Trafficking Cocaine and Party to the Crime of Possession of Cocaine with the Intent to Distribute.

A young football star in Gwinnett dies with cocaine in his system. Although everyone understands his drug use was voluntary; the community now wants law enforcement to track down the suppliers.

The provider of these illegal substances, not to mention the contribution to the death and delinquency of a minor, apparently will not be sought and punished…

This is exactly the kind of spirit we need from all our citizens; however, if they want to track down the REAL source, they need to look straight across the Mexican border…


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