A Georgia Reader Nominates His Congressman To Replace Tancredo
November 05, 2009, 04:00 AM
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11/04/09 - A California Environmentalist Remembers When Congressman Tom McClintock Was Too Cowardly To Mention Immigration In His Gubernatorial Campaign

From: John Riggo (e-mail him)

Re: Washington Watcher's Column: After Tancredo, There Are Emerging Leaders In Congress—But Which Will Introduce An Immigration Moratorium?

I wonder why the Washington Watcher omitted Georgia's Phil Gingrey.

Elected in 2002, Gingrey is serving his fourth term and has an A+ on his recent grade and an A overall. Gingrey ranks among the best in the House on immigration reform.

On H.R. 3982, the controversial health care bill that may include illegal aliens, Gingrey posted this message on his Facebook page:

 "H.R. 3962 is a 2,000 page bill that costs more than $1 trillion and weighs 20 pounds. It has over 400,000 words—costing American taxpayers $2.5 million a word!"

Gingrey, a medical doctor who specializes in obstetrics and gynecology, is one of thousands of M.D.s who rallied against Obamacare in Washington D.C. on September 10.

Riggo is a computer technology expert.