ATLANTA - An activist who opposes illegal immigration acknowledged he paid more than a dozen homeless people $10 each to hold signs during a rally earlier this week, but said they agreed with his message.
D.A. King, who spoke at the rally, said Wednesday that he paid '14 willing American workers to let their voices be heard about illegal immigration.'
The people he hired are homeless and regularly congregate near the Capitol, King said.
Thursday, October 20, 2005
14 Homeless make an easy $10 each in Atlanta
For another $5 I'll angrily shake my fist, too: