Bill Greene has a challenge for Jim Whitehead:
GREENE CHALLENGES WHITEHEAD TO CONDEMN AMNESTY BILL
“Do We Stand With Ted Kennedy, Or With Georgia Voters?”
DULUTH, GA – Bill Greene, Republican candidate for U.S. Congress, today issued a challenge to former state Senator Jim Whitehead to publicly condemn the amnesty bill proposed this week by Ted Kennedy, Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson.
“The so-called ‘immigration reform bill’ being pushed in the U.S. Senate is nothing more than amnesty for illegal aliens,” said Bill Greene, considered to be the leading conservative candidate in the special election to fill the late Charlie Norwood’s seat. “It’s disgraceful that any legislator, especially from Georgia, would make a deal with a pro-open borders liberal like Ted Kennedy. I condemn the Kennedy/Chambliss/Isakson bill, and I look forward to voting against it as one of my first acts in Congress — and I challenge my opponent, Jim Whitehead, to condemn the bill as well.”
Bill Greene attended a GOP breakfast at the state Republican convention today, where Saxby Chambliss tried to defend the bill he wrote with Ted Kennedy. “The idea that we need to compromise our values in order to ‘engage’ the Democrats in power is reprehensible,” said Greene. “This is ‘politics as usual’ at its worst, and this is why I’m running — we need Republicans willing to stand up for American values, not politicians willing to cut deals at the expense of the American people.”
Bill Greene, president of the national conservative activist organization RightMarch.com, is a Republican candidate for U.S. Congress in the June 19 special election for Georgia’s Tenth District. For more information, visit www.BillGreeneForCongress.com.