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D.A. King to speak to Republicans about illegal immigration

D.A. King, a nationally recognized authority on illegal immigration and president of the Cobb-based Dustin Inman Society, will be the guest speaker at the Fayette County Republican Party's November First Saturday Breakfast.  Mr. King is a former Marine and a 27-year resident of Marietta, Georgia, who has been studying our illegal immigration crisis for more than eight years.  In 2003, he set aside his twenty-five year old insurance business to devote full time to educating people on the crisis. 

King writes on border security and illegal immigration in the Marietta Daily Journal and other Georgia and nationally read newspapers including the Washington Times and the Atlanta Journal Constitution as well as the subscription Websites, Insider Advantage Georgia, and the Southern Political Report.  He has appeared on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 Live, PBS, Fox News, CNN Espanol, CNN Lou Dobbs Tonight, CBS Evening News, MSNBC, Univision, and in a 2004 CNN Presents one hour documentary on illegal immigration in Georgia. 

The Dustin Inman Society, which was founded by D.A. King, is a non-partisan coalition dedicated to educating the American public, the media, and elected officials on the consequences of illegal immigration, illegal employment, illegal administration of Public Benefits, our un-secured borders and the breakdown of the rule of law in our republic.  The organization was named in memory of Dustin Inman, a sixteen-year-old youth from Woodstock, Georgia, killed by an illegal alien in 2000.  King has been a tireless advocate for use of the 287(g) enforcement program in Georgia and is proud that it has proven to be a successful tool in removing and deterring criminal aliens and saving lives. 

The breakfast will be held at the IHOP, 705 N. Jeff Davis Dr., Fayetteville, at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 6.  All interested Republicans are invited to attend.  For more information, please call 770-716-1545.

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Sad American Fayette

Note that Crispy Bacon cannot address a single point in this letter and seems to be quite upset that this guy hit the nail on the head. We think he is a racebaiting liberal who will smear anyone he cannot overcome with facts.

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