Supreme Court strikes down most of Arizona immigration lawJune 25 2012 at 10:31 AM
Then 'We The People' must demand the President and his
|June 25 2012, 10:48 AM |
minions and the Border Patrols, DEA, and the military enforce the laws on the books and upheld them in all courts. It is time to take back the country for the current sitting regime.
so now we are allowing illegals to dictate USA policy?
|June 25 2012, 11:18 AM |
Since when did the US bow to threats from a group of persons who are not interested in obtaining legal status? Since when do we allow persons of non citizenship force sittng officials to ignor laws on the books in order to garner favor in elections.
And how did they do that?
|June 25 2012, 12:54 PM |
Do you really believe that a Hispanic group forced the Supreme Court to rule as they did?????? Really?????
Yep led by the pronouncement made by
|June 25 2012, 2:19 PM |
Obama to grant amnesty to all children of illegals who were brought into the country apparently against their will. Yes I think the current political atmosphere has clouded the Supreme Courts opinion on what should and should not be upheld as laws.
Our ability to let it slide is a major flaw and one which is being capitalized upon by interest groups in winning. Since so many are buring their heads and not standing up for what is already written as law and upholding them we are on a slippery slope of allowing those groups to dictate policy.
Just lke Fast and Furious. A small group allowed to ignor American laws to get away with illegal activities because someone told them they could.
I guess that speaks to the weakness of the right.
|June 25 2012, 3:09 PM |
Re: I guess that speaks to the weakness of the right.
|June 26 2012, 6:21 AM |
And your 2 links prove what? What is your problem here?
The only thing weak here is your narrow little mind
|June 26 2012, 7:26 AM |
"Major provisions of Arizonas S.B. 1070 were held unenforceable by the Supreme Court because they conflict with federal law, though the Court unanimously upheld its most controversial provision. So the biggest immigration case in U.S. history was a mixed result, one in which President Barack Obama won more than Governor Jan Brewer, in a case reminding us that Americas Supreme Court is anything but conservative."
The main part was upheld. Big Blow to the Libs.
|June 25 2012, 11:50 PM |
The Libs continue to be not capable of independent thought. All the protests when the Bill was announced was due to the Police being able to ask for proof of citizenship. Libs are all happy but fail to realize that the State of Arizona got what they wanted. The Libs continue to be lame and not to bright. Way to keep up the talking points from the DNC.
Also can a Libby outline their plan for to solve the illegal immigrant problem?
there is no illegal immigrant problem
|June 26 2012, 10:35 AM |
there is, however a problem with illegal aliens. Immigration is legal, not following the rules makes you an illegal alien.
Re: there is no illegal immigrant problem
|June 26 2012, 11:17 AM |
"there is, however a problem with illegal aliens. Immigration is legal, not following the rules makes you an illegal alien."
Quit splitting hairs. If your a$$ is here illegally you are an illegal immigrant / alien etc. etc. Therefore we certainly do have and illegal IMMIGRANT problem. Remove the word immigrant and incert your race of choice if the word immigrant is offensive.
Unbelievable. You slam someone for correcting a misstatement.
|June 26 2012, 1:45 PM |
You used the wrong words to describe the actual situation and the other poster is someone how wrong. Talk about an ***. Words are important. You use the wrong words and things can get misinterpreted and then problems. It's the difference between calling someone ignorant and stupid. One means lack of facts, the other means lack of intelligence. Big difference.
it's like debt and deficit
|June 26 2012, 1:50 PM |
I know what he meant, but chose to explain the correct terms (at least to the best of my knowledge) so that we (because we do agree) can explain this to those that don't get it.
It's important because the devil is in the details...
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