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I admire a person who knows the statement should be "sticks to their principles".
There are parts of the resolution I don't like, but overall it is balanced. I would support it.
"Sandykin", I prefer "undocumented immigrants" over "illegals" or "illegal aliens".
For the record, this murder did not occur within the limits of the city of Snellville. It occurred in unincorporated Gwinnett.
I have always been concerned about the Fair Tax. It seems that its only backers are conservative Republicans. If a proposal was only backed by progressive Democrats, like President Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid, the conservatives would be wary of that proposal. I wish the Fair Tax had bipartisan backing.
"news2me", you're just jealous because your party has won the popular vote only once since 1988. Winning is a lot better than losing.
Folks, the big question is how badly do you want to win back the White House?
My heart goes out to Reince Priebus and the other leaders of the Republican Party. They're faced with the reality that losing the Hispanic vote probably cost the GOP the White House and other races. They realize the party needs to moderate their intransigent position on immigration. But, how do they do that while mollifying the hardline voices heard on this thread and elsewhere?
John, the city of Snellville is currently in negotiations to annex the area where the new Carmike will be.
I applaud Rachel Lugo for being concerned about diversity in the Gwinnett Republican Party and southern Gwinnett. My recent visit to the party's website showed a monochromatic executive committee.
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