Skip to comments.17 More States Planning Arizona "Illegal" Crackdown
Posted on 05/22/2010 1:03:52 PM PDT by Freedom Frayed
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That’s the way I read it. Problem is...who can we get to take this to heart and enforce? Democrats most assuredly will not. Republicans are too few (in the state legislature) to even bring it up. Can ‘We The People’ do anything to push this? Any ideas out there?
Well, I fired off letters to my Senator and Assemblyman who are both Repubs. We’ll see if I get a response from either of them.
“Many dont realize it but the first thing she did when she became governor was tell the SEIU thugs to take a hike and to leave Arizona state employees alone.”
I didn’t know that...very impressive.
And yes, a Maryland state senator or delegate is planning to introduce a SB-1070-style law to the legisl00ture.
Maryland “Freak State” PING!
They have proven time and again since the mid-1850s that it is their intention to destroy the country, even if it takes aligning themselves with our enemies to do so.
Great new bumper sticker:
“Just how many states is Obama willing to declare war on? Just how many Americans is he prepared to thumb his nose at? Just how many laws is he willing to refuse to enforce?”
All good questions!!
Hmmm, I’ve never seen that in N.Y., but I don’t live there, do you? Regardless, that is not what the AZ. law does. It’s not a “stop someone on the street and harass them” law, as the MSM would like you to believe.
When looking for the truth, though, look to what the law says, rather than what the MSM and this administration would like you to believe it says.
The AZ. law is about 10 pages in length and prohibits racial profiling.
And hopefully, it’s only one third of the states that will decide to take a stand for themselves! I’d like to see the other two thirds take the similar steps!!
These States are setting forth a good example for the rest of U.S. to follow, State by State!!
I love your personal story! It’s people like you who will bring the change that we need as a society.
You’re in good company here!! If you connect with conservative legislators in your state, and share this with them, they may work to make this a reality even in Alabama!
Don’t count yourself out. Grow your base!!
Lots of good thoughts, worth discussing!!
Gheen said the states where some form of immigration crackdown is under development include Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas and Utah.
Wow, State beginning with “A” (Arkansas) all the way thru “U” (Utah)!!
and that’s not even including the other states that O thinks he’s the President of! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrsBKGpwi58
“Everyone note what it says in the first paragraph. When referring to law enforcement officers in the State of California it says they Shall, not may do these things. Is it just me or does thing already say that California can do the same as Arizona?”
It is one thing for a state law to read as this; another for local PDs to actively follow it.
Costa Mesa has voted more than once, going back five years and again last week, to actively do pretty much what Arizona has been in the news for.
“Thats the way I read it. Problem is...who can we get to take this to heart and enforce? Democrats most assuredly will not. Republicans are too few (in the state legislature) to even bring it up. Can We The People do anything to push this? Any ideas out there?”
Ballot Initiative is a good idea but have you ever read what you have to go thru to get one on the ballot? Has to be turned in 131 days before election. Collecting over 400,000 signatures and all. It wouldn’t even happen any time soon. And, even if possible to get it all done, when it gets to the Attorney Generals desk, guess what? It can sit there for quite some time.
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