If states cannot protect their borders then we have to go after the employers

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    who hire illegals.
    Come on guys, time to take the gloves off. If Obama and the Supremes will not allow states to enforce immigration laws, then employers are the only thing left.

    We have to stop being silent, we have to put our internet mouths where our money is.

    From now on, anytime you see what appears to be the use of illegal labor, you MUST act !

    Don't bother calling the police, the authorities are obviously not going to do anything.

    Now before you fucking libs wet your panties, I'M NOT TALKING ABOUT THE USE OF VIOLENCE !

    We have to shame and boycott ANY employer or ANY two-bit contractor trolling through a Home Depot looking for illegal labor.

    Yell at them, shame them, take down their license #'s. Complain about them on services such as "Angie's List". Write letters in your local newspapers, badger them every step of the way.

    To all of you blue collar workers out there, the next industry invaded by illegal labor may be your own !!!!
     
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    That's a pretty good idea.

    As soon as Obama is out of office and the economy grows enough for the illegals to come back here, I'll do that.
     
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    I agree. And it would be a perfectly constitutional approach for states to do, because they would be setting and enforcing labor law.

    I disagree with your assertion here. The Supreme Court is not even charged with executing the laws of the land, they apply and interpret the laws to cases and controversies that come before them. That is their constitutional role. The court has applied the law and determined that the AZ law was unconstitutional in many regards. Your contention here is no better than Obama's SOTU jab about the court "undoing" a hundred years of law.
     
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    There was never any ‘if,’ as the states have never had the authority to preempt Federal law. The Arizona Court merely reaffirmed that fact.

    Otherwise no one has any objection to enforcing existing laws, including those prohibiting the hiring of undocumented workers.
     
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    Yes, but the bottom line is due to their so-called "interpretation" we are now screwed. And please realize that only a bare minimun of the justices agree what Arizona wanted to do was unconstitutional. So obviously there is still quite a bit of subjectivity.
     
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    But again, it's possible they ruled in error. I for one believe in the sovereignty of states, and that they should have the right to protect their own borders. In fact, I would be for an ammendment if that's what it takes to ensure a states right to act.
     
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    Absolutely whatever it takes to restore rule of law. Let the liberal feed and house them the liberal is on thin ice with me :D
     
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    No, the bottom line is that the constitution puts authority to set immigration law in the hands of the federal government. You can "blame" the founding fathers if you have a beef with that.
     
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    If Willard or any other (R) were put back into office, Obama's record number of deportations would stop, and the R's would likely grant blanket amnesty again.
    The GOP loves illegals, for the jobs they can't offshore, they hire illegals.
     
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    Wrong. The GOP establishment might "love" illegals, but not the moms and pops who make up the party.
     

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