Unintended Consequences, My Aunt Fanny

Apparently Alabama Republican lawmakers have heard from enough angry constituents that they’re now open to revamping the state’s punitive, stupid immigration law:

“I had a military guy who came back from Afghanistan and went to get him a tag for a new truck and he couldn’t, he needed to show his birth certificate,” said State Senator Gerald Dial, who voted for the law but said he would not have if he had known of some of its “unintended consequences.”

Gee, Gerald. Maybe you should have read it first. When you passed a law that makes it a felony for an undocumented person to transact business with any government entity, what did you think would happen?

HB56 needs to be repealed, and the official repeal campaign kicks off Monday, 7 PM, at Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. Come out to show your support!


More information here: Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice website and Facebook event.

2 Responses to “Unintended Consequences, My Aunt Fanny”

  1. Del says:

    I know. It’s awful, and they’re stupid. But hearing the phrase “and went to get him a tag” from a state lawmaker’s mouth just makes me want to fry chicken or something.

  2. Kathy says:

    LOLOL!!! I bet he actually said “git”, not “get”.

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