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Julio is calling all police in AZ racist Nazis and the trip is allowing this? Is this how the trib feels about AZ cops? Is calling people Nazies now allowed. You had better start editing these people out of this paper if you want to have a credibility at all. Calling the police Nazis is no different than calling black people N-ggers.11 months ago
They should be in prison Mr Socialista. They are criminals of the career type who have no intention of ever not being criminals. Their entire life is based on a crime they continue to commit every day they are on American soil.11 months ago
That's right bob, never. And I'll tell you why. We are deadlocked on one issue. You want amnesty for every illegal alien invader and won't allow the border to be respected until full amnesty for all illegal invaders is secured. We demand that the border be respected. Respect would mean that all illegal invaders are deported. Until all invaders are deported and the border is secure we will not consider any immigration reform. So you are essentially correct. The word is never.
Bob, if you say that the illegal invaders impact on American social services is close to zero then you are either an idiot or the mother of all liars. I suspect the latter. Unemployment payments alone cost us in the billions. The entire tally has been estimated at over 300 billion per year in America. This number would go up significantly if changes in immigration policy lead to substantial increases in the number of low-skill immigrants entering the country and receiving services. The importation of poverty is killing our nation. Look at California, a state that has one of the highest GDP in the world, yet it's on the verge of bankruptcy. They don't dare blame the invaders, but everyone knows secretly what the problem is. Because our leadership here in AZ has been trying to eliminate this problem, we have a balanced budget and are prospering compared to many other states. 11 months ago
mnjcpa, abolishing the US Constitution is a goal of those behind the curtain, but they can't throw it out in one step, so they take small steps that will lead to their goals. Not enforcing our immigration laws is part of that. 911 could not have happened if our immigration laws were being enforced. Now we find ourselves just a little closer to being in the cages they are building as more and more freedoms are given away for the sake of security. Sound like a conspiracy theory? No one who isn't on their strings has ever been able to win the White House since JFK and never will. Take your pick. Romney or Obongo, it makes no difference. Their plan moves forward.11 months ago
The only fools I see here are like Dale.11 months ago
You are right Dale. Until our borders are respected we wont give an inch with amnesty. Either this is America or it is Mexico. Either our laws are respected or they are not. An executive branch that can thumb it's nose at our laws to allow non-citizens to take our jobs is something we should all be fighting to eliminate. Our immigration system is broken. To some of you that means that we don't allow the floodgates to be opened up. To some of us it means that even though we have the most lenient immigration policies of any other country we are being invaded and nothing is being done to reverse this problem. We will fight to defend our borders.11 months ago
Brewer lost? Arizona lost? How short sighted you people are. America lost. Mexico won. You no longer have a country if your borders aren't respected. The US Supreme Court chose the rights of illegal invaders over American citizens. What really troubles me is how many Americans see this as a victory. I'm glad I wont live long enough to see you all in your individual cages bragging about how safe you all feel now.11 months ago
Chris is so happy he's calling everyone dear. Now that is sad.11 months ago
Chris, after explaining how our constitution works, how can you not see that the executive branch is thumbing their nose at the people who enacted the current laws on immigration? We voted these people into office to enact the laws we wanted. We elected a president who swore to uphold the constitution and enforce it's laws. He not only refuses to honor his oath, but has circumvented the elected legislature in a power play to secure the Hispanic vote. Is that not the same as wiping your rear end on the constitution? How on earth could these so called SB1070 folk do anything to the constitution? We are powerless in the face of an invasion that our own federal government has chosen not to defend. Now the Supreme Court says yes they have the power to sit on their hands and no the states can't do the job congress and we the people want done.
In any case, the part they allowed is significant. Now we will be able to apprehend and fully document a people who have been very good at hiding themselves from view. If they are determined to be here illegally we now have the right to detain them until their status can be determined. ICE will now refuse to have anything to do with AZ police concerning these invaders, but now we will be able to fully document them. Fingerprints and photos. Soon, if we can overthrow this socialist regime and take back congress, things will change, and we will know who they are. That will make it a lot easier when the deportations begin in earnest.11 months ago
And now the feds can continue wiping their rear ends on the constitution and throwing dirt in the face of all American citizens, and you people cheer for this? We elected representatives to the legislative branch who enact the laws. The executive branch is sworn to uphold these laws. They choose to ignore their sworn duty. The judicial branch interprets these laws. They choose to ignore the will of the people. Who do you suppose is really running this country now? You? Not likely. Even though the Supreme Court handed the Obama administration a political loss by upholding Section 2(B), the most controversial provision of Arizona’s law, it is still a sad day for all America. Well we are a step closer to taking back America, and you can be sure the fight will go on until the last man is standing. At least now America has the right to question whether or not a detained individual is in our country legally. The feds wont do their job and the states aren't allowed to do it for them? How is that logical?11 months ago