Skip to comments.Arizona's immigration law finally takes effect
Posted on 09/18/2012 5:38:45 PM PDT by jazusamo
Two years after it passed, and after partially surviving an Obama administration court challenge, Arizona's tough immigration law took effect Tuesday.
"Today is truly an important day for Arizona and supporters of the rule of law," Gov. Jan Brewer said in a statement saying that state and local police will now begin enforcing the law.
Earlier this year the Supreme Court upheld the law's key provision that allows police to question the legal status of those they believe to be in the U.S. illegally...
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To the fine hard-working people of Arizona who want freedom from the hordes of illegals taking your hard-earned tax dollars,...
True Americans do sympathize with you!
We regret that the Obama administration has done nothing to stop this flood of illegals but encourage them to remain in your state and sue the hell out of your beloved state, Arizona, when she tried to defend itself.
Over the last 4 years, you have seen what inaction and pacifying illegals with tax dollars have done. Would you please consider a change this November so that Arizona will not have to endure another 4 years of this schittt?
You’ve heard the numbers on how much it wold cost to deport Mexican illegals. They can drive themselves back.
I’d be willing to bet that the illegal aliens will be treated better by Sheriff Arpaio and his deputies than they are treated in most “blue” states.
Or treated by their own country.
Hope you followers of the illegal immigration problem will go on to this website which is a web radio show hosted by Michael Cutler who is a retired employee of the INS. He has some great inside information on all the workings of the INS.
Thanks for the link, Cutler has a great Bio.
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