Photos from the illegal alien's Georgia May Day rally for open borders - May 1, 2008

For the third year in a row, illegal aliens and their well-funded handlers threw a nationwide May Day (May 1st) tantrum demanding an end to enforcement of American immigration and employment law.

While there were literally millions of illegals marching in 2006, the numbers fell of sharply in 2007 and this year national news reports described the numbers as “thousands”.

In Atlanta, the attendance was about 200. (Read the AJC story here).

Why the severe decline? Because enforcement works.

Illegal border crossings are down and many illegals are leaving for their home countries because of crackdowns by various state governments which have had enough of subsidizing the criminal employer’s bargain priced black-market labor.

Illegal aliens are concerned about American laws being enforced. I’m lovin’ it!

I enjoy recounting a story from Mexican state of Sonora, just over the border from Arizona where state laws aimed at illegal employment and illegal immigration have resulted in many thousands of Mexicans returning home to complaints from Mexican officials about the “tremendous problems” of providing jail space, social services, housing and classroom space for the repatriated former illegal aliens.

I attended the illegal alien rally May Day in Atlanta. I was pleased to see that only about 150-200 victims of geography turned out to the event sponsored by Mexican citizen and former Mexican Consul General in Atlanta, Teodoro Maus. Maus has organized a non-profit corporation to aid, abet and encourage illegal aliens to remain in the United States. A crime under 8 USC 1324.

He and his co-conspirators call it the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights.

The message is, of course, that there is a human right to live and work in the United States. There isn’t.

Here are few photos I shot before the Capitol Police asked me to leave.

NOTE: The illegal’s howls of complaint will tell you quite clearly what works. The signs demanding an end to the enforcement of American immigration law crack me up, the demand that 287 g be stopped and that current legislation on the governors desk be vetoed are all signals that we in Georgia are on the right track to discourage illegal immigration with our state and local laws.

The guy with the video camera aimed at me as I took his photo is Gerado E. (Jerry) Gonzalez - Sam Zamarripa’s angry young gopher-boy and comical wanna be enforcer for the far left open borders lobby. Enjoy.

Many thanks to the Pat and the other Americans who took it upon themselves to stage a counter rally and were at the Capitol with signs. I am embarrassed that I forgot to take their photos.