Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue Vetoed Georgia Bill SB 15 yesterday that would have increased penalties on those caught driving without a license. The bill would have cracked down on illegal aliens in the state who are driving around killing people like 5-year-old Dominic Malegni. There were plenty of calls made by my readers to his office and even then he still vetoed the bill. Illegal aliens in Georgia are probably partying in the state right now and then getting behind the wheel of a car without a license and driving home.
As D.A. King of the Dustin Inman Society puts it:
Sonny has caved to the pressure from the ethnic based illegal alien/open borders lobby and to the urging of the insurance industry and criminal employers who have been lobbying him to make it less uncomfortable for their black market labor to get to work.
More Georgians will die at the hands of illegal aliens on our roads as a result of Sonny’s pandering today.
Anyone who reads the bill will see that it is fair. Violators would receive two days in jail for a first offense, 10 days for a second and 1-5 years on a third violation which would be a felony. Those who are driving around without a license should have gotten it in their head by the third offense that driving without a license will not be tolerated in any state, but in Georgia it appears that they don't take this too seriously.
Shame on Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue for vetoing this fair bill that would have protected residents of his state.