Judge blocks parts of Arizona immigration law

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    That's unfortunate.
     
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    Judge blocks parts of Arizona immigration law - Yahoo! News

    I am still not sure how I feel about this law, but if an officer can not check a person's immigration status while enforcing other laws, what good is this law?

    Immie
     
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    The judge issued a temporary injunction preventing the law from going into effect at midnight tonight.

    As a side issue, the "attrition through enforcement" experiment seems to be putting the economy of Arizona in the tank. Small businesses are failing, apartment complexes are emptying and the once red-hot housing market is now stone cold and filled by REO's and short sales.

    Such is the consequence of emotion based populist politics, where personal ambition leads and critically thinking is absent, and where governors and legislators put ideology before people.
     
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    The judges ruling was more or less a washing of the hands of the issue, but the stay was on making it a requirement to check status. However that does not mean an officer cannot check status if that person has not been arrested, if this was so then the entire ICE database that the Federal Govt. shares with state and local law enforcement would have to be dismantled. The other portion that was stayed was the portion that required documentation. Basically SB-1070 has been rendered mute as a result of this of this stay for the time being leaving Arizona back where it started, where the Federal Govt. looks the other way, while the drugs, traffic in human beings, murder, and American job loss continues.
     
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    good no ghestapo tactics
    Remind me again how many Bush deported?
     
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    Tthe "attrition through enforcement" experiment seems to be putting the economy of Arizona in the tank. Small businesses are failing, apartment complexes are emptying and the once red-hot housing market is now stone cold and filled by REO's and short sales.

    Such is the consequence of emotion based populist politics, where personal ambition leads and critically thinking is absent; where governors and legislators act in their own self-interest and where ideology rules and pragmatic solutions die.
     
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    The judge ruled that there can be no limit placed on how many invaders an American can shoot crossing illegally into the US. The "five Mexican limit" is now lifted and all Americans can enjoy flooding the streets with salsa.

    And in addition, the new Rodney King rule encourages police officers to use their batons to beat the crap out of invaders before taking them into custody. This will send a clear message to third world monkeys out to live off of American taxpayers.

    If only Lord if only......!
     

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