May 1, 2010

Arizona Revisited

Now the federal government, under the inspired leadership of Obama tool/Attorney General Eric Holder, is discussing legally challenging Arizona’s new anti-illegal alien law.

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Tuesday said he would not rule out a legal challenge to Arizona’s new immigration law.

Speaking with reporters in Washington, Holder said no decision had been made but the Department of Justice was coordinating with the Department of Homeland Security on how Washington should respond to passage of legislation that would punish people who are detained in Arizona and are unable to prove they are in the United States legally.

“We are considering all possibilities, including the possibility of a court challenge,” he said.

Holder said the Arizona law was “unfortunate.”

“I think that it is, I fear, subject to potential abuse,” he said. “And I’m very concerned about the wedge that it could draw between communities that law enforcement is supposed to serve and those of us in law enforcement.”

Unfortunate? Potential abuse?

There is a reason these people are called illegal aliens, and that is because federal law makes it so, yet here we have a federal government that is not only failing, by design, to enforce its own laws, but is preparing to dispute the enforcement of those same laws by a state that is suffering greatly from this failure on the part of the federal government to enforce those laws, in effect treating the state of Arizona like some band of vigilantes and ignoring Arizona’s sovereignty as a state.

The reason for the Democrats and O pretending that illegal doesn’t mean illegal is simple: They hope someday to enact an amnesty bill, and then each amnestied alien would equal one Democrat vote, and to hell with the American people or what’s best for them. This should be obvious to anyone who can pick up a newspaper or get on the internet.

Obama called the new law “misguided” and ordered the Justice Department to investigate whether it would violate civil rights.

These criminal aliens do not have American civil rights, they are neither Americans nor even legally here.

Check ‘em, cuff ‘em, stuff ‘em and send ‘em off!

by @ 12:23 pm. Filed under Assholes, Criminal Aliens, Homeland Security, Politics As Usual
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2 Responses to “Arizona Revisited”

  1. BB-Idaho Says:

    As near as I can tell from available data, about 11 million illegals have jobs here. Seems like a logical place to start…

  2. Seth Says:

    BB –

    I agree wholeheartedly, but since the government refuses to do it for fear of angering our domestic Mex com-
    munity, Arizona should start there.

    But… face it, if you’re looking for people whose appearance differs from ours, there’s no way short of approaching them and asking for proof of U.S. citizenship or a green card in order to determine their status.

    The PC, “don’t be labelled a racist at any cost” campaign being stealthed in by the left is intended to make every measure to halt illegal immigration fail.