Skip to comments.AG Holder: U.S. Mulls Response To Arizona Immigration Law
Posted on 04/27/2010 5:47:34 PM PDT by chicagolady
Attorney General Eric Holder was asked at a news conference Tuesday for a response to Arizona's new anti-illegal immigration legislation which authorizes law enforcement in that state to inquire of those they stop for proof they're in the U.S. legally
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Here come the REAL DC Nazis.
So is he going to challenge the federal law the Arizona law references? Or does he know we know what is going on, but hopes we don’t?
He can mull his ass
Arizona and the other 56 states need to bring a lawsuit against Jackass Napolitano and dumbass Holder FOR NOT DOING THE JOB THE TAXPAYERS ARE PAYING THEM TO DO!!!!!!
If government can’t secure the border it isn’t qualified to do anything else. Most of the things governments do, are not their job to do. Securing the border is their primary job. If they can’t do that, there isn’t much they can be trusted to do.
I brought Sheriff Joe to Chicago in August 2008 for a Conference. Let me tell you, he is one of the sharpest men you will EVER meet. What a thrill it was to spend time with him!
It’s not that they can’t secure the border they don’t want to!
Tread carefully racist... you will be prosecuted when we take over if you perform anti Constitutional Waco like attacks on our freedom.
What would be interesting: if 0 decided to put on his grown-up pants and play Eisenhower or Kennedy and send troops down to Arizona, as if this was just another example of a recalcitrant governor standing in the doorway of a school.
With a difference, of course, being that Arizona passed a law, modeled on feral law that isn’t being enforced, and the law enforcement branch of the feral government: the executive branch, the MSM and other assorted lefty screwballs (including quite a few GOPers, if not conservatives) are outraged (or `concerned’) that the rule of law is actually being observed in one of the 57 states.
And yet, consider this incredible statement, in double-speak, by Napolitano:
Testifying before a senate committee, Homeland Security secretary Janet Napolitano called the new Arizona law misguided and warned it will siphon money from her staff needs to go after dangerous illegal immigrants.
How the new AZ law will cost Homeland Security one penny is something I can't see. Well, if you can't convince them with reason, baffle them with BULL$HIT!
THIS is interesting!!
Arizona House panel OKs bill to secede from union
By Robbie Sherwood
The Arizona Republic
Feb. 4, 2000
There is definitely a resurgance of ideas about the sovereignty of the various States of the Union. AZ seems to be the first battleground to gain national attention. Then there are the 21 (and counting) States joining in a lawsuit to opt out of O'Commie Care.
Take care in the Windy City, Chicagolady!
Don’t mess with Sheriff Joe!!