Bill to criminalize presence of illegal immigrants in Arizona

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    The proposal would make Arizona the only state to criminalize the presence of illegal immigrants through an expansion of its trespassing law. It also would require police to try to determine people's immigration status when there's reasonable suspicion they are in the country illegally.
    An estimated 460,000 illegal immigrants live in the state.


    Bill to criminalize presence of illegal immigrants in Arizona

     
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    Hi Pro:

    Illegal Alien Foreign Nationals are running around loose EVERYWHERE stealing identities and JOBS from U.S. Citizens and all the corrupt politicians are looking the other way. Any bill in Arizona is NEVER going to take the corruption out of both Houses of Congress and the corrupt Obama Regime ...

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    Sounds like a good idea to me. Let's make this a law all across America.
     
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    They must have a lot of money in the budget to be able to enforce what is actually a federal law.

     
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    Immigration policy: It's kinda like that
     
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    'They must have a lot of money in the budget to be able to enforce what is actually a federal law.'

    Nope no money - just trying to save what little they have left to keep AZ from going into bankruptcy - which btw, is too little too late. It will take the states to try to stop illegal entry. I say, round them up and deliver them ALL to Washington DC! Special delivery to each Senator and Congressman - THEY will have to dig to find the money from somewhere to send them to their country of origin - if they can't, let them roam and stand in the street corners THERE!
     
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    Well if our beloved leaders hadn't sent away the money we won against Western Union, we might believe they gave half a shit about the State's finances


    Then we've this fucking lightrail bullshit...
     
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    No. No prison, no time served, no more taxpayer money, no more nothing. Round them all up and drop them at the furthest most point of the country they came from, jail anyone who employs illegals -- one year per illegal employed. Lather, rinse, repeat.
     
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    Lot of support up here in the north of Az for this bill. I understand it is supposed to save money somehow, not spend it.
    It somehow puts the illegals under state jurisdiction. When Az has turned the illegals over to the feds, they either let them go or let the state keep them, and then don't pay the bill for them to be in jail.
    At least at the state level, the state can put them on chain gang to work, picking up trash along the road, sorting out recyclable stuff at the landfill, ect.
    I don't know exactly how it saves money for the state, but that's what our local radio is saying.
     
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    'At least at the state level, the state can put them on chain gang to work, picking up trash along the road, sorting out recyclable stuff at the landfill, ect.'

    Until that time that the ACLU gets wind of it.
     

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