Georgia Billboard Directs Undocumented Immigrants to South Carolina
Posted in the Georgia Forum
#1 Apr 22, 2013
A billboard in suburban Atlanta encourages undocumented immigrants to move to South Carolina.
The sign directs people to call Sen. Lindsey Grahamís office and urges people to "Help us stop the RubiObamaAmnesty," a reference to Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fl.) and President Barack Obama.
Graham is mentioned because he is been one of the leaders in calling for immigration and has received support from many in the business community.
On the bottom of the billboard is a link to a story that appeared on Easley Patch in February. Graham spoke at length about immigration at an appearance at the Easley Rotary Club and one of his quotes--"a shortage of labor"--is referenced in the billboard.
The billboard is paid for by the Dustin Inman Society, which describes itself as ďa non-partisan coalition of all ethnicities and from all walks of life who recognize that illegal immigration and homeland security are the most critical issues in America today.Ē
According to the group's website it is headed by D.A. King.
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