RL's comment history

RL said...

The illegal's will do anything for a dollar.. they will even push ice-cream carts around town to make $. These type people are new illegal's in Dalton and they start from the bottom and then work their way up.

October 21, 2011 at 9 p.m.
RL said...

I lived in Dalton for many years. I've watched Dalton grow and become very successful until all the illegals came to Dalton. As a child I remember maybe 1 illegal in my class and now about 90% of Dalton Schools have mostly illegals or their parents are. I blame the owners of all the carpet mills for hiring them.. look what it's done to their own business. Sure they may work cheaper but at the end of it all, it took you out of business, so you really lost a lot in the long run. I don't pity the carpet companies, but I pity the american people who can't get a job in Dalton anymore. I've seen illegals brave enough to hold sign's up in downtown Dalton knowing they have no right to do so, but yet, they know they can get away with it. I hope they all move away, I don't like going to Dalton because everywhere you look it's all illegals. I'm sure almost 90% of them are illegal. Do they not realize that we don't want them here? I was looking at housing property in Dalton, and even the housing has dropped so low. No one wants to live there anymore. This is what illegals do to a place.. destroy it and they still want more when there's nothing left. They are like ticks on an animal sucking the life out of it. It's not fair to the true American's. They don't care or they wouldn't be that way. They would fight for their rights in their own country and change the way their goverment is there. America has had many wars against's it's ownself and it's taken a lot of lives to get to where we are now. Nothing is free, and your jobs that you think are secure was paid for by the sweat and blood of an american. We didn't create those job's for illegals but for american people. Dalton use to be a safe place but you can't leave your doors unlocked anymore in fear of being robbed. I wouldn't walk the streets of Dalton in fear of being shot. I can remember a time when people traveled from Chattanooga and Cleveland to work in Dalton.. look how things have changed. Now it's the other way around. The shoe's on powerlines represents gangs, we didn't ever have to worry about gangs back when I was growing up there. Never travel to Big D's flea-market because that's where all the ticks hang out. It's called little mexico there.. It's the american people that give these illegal's run because of a buck. It's really disgusting!

October 21, 2011 at 8:45 p.m.
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