Sponsor of Arizona racial profiling bill hangs with white supremacists

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    Who is that? That is "JT Ready," a well known Arizona white supremacist.
    Here is a photo of him at an immigration rally:
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    And at a neo-nazi rally:
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    Doesn't that explain so much?
    This guy has also spoken at tea party events which gives you an idea of what their like. :eusa_whistle:
     
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    The last photo is so poorly photoshopped, even I can see it is fake.....regardless, what is your point?
     
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    Wrong. It isn't photoshopped dufus. Google "JT Ready," and look at all of the websites showing this photo. Also, Rachel Maddow had it on her show..She has researchers, they aren't dumb enough to put up a photoshopped picture :cuckoo:. The point is, the guy who sponsored the immigration bill in Arizona hangs out with racist people..Which explains a little about who he is, and why he sponsored this racist bill.
     
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    Time out, junior. What makes a bill enforcing US laws racist, specifically?
     
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    70% of Arizona voters support the new law. Whining about this guy or that guy is nonsense.
     
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    Politicians don't exactly have a screening process for impromptu snapshots with constituents they meet on the street or at public functions.

    Nothing to see here...move along...
     
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    The Bill is not racist. Nor does it unfairly target any American citizen. And it's just too damned bad that it might not be fair to catch criminals.
     
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    The race issue isn't what I have a problem with.

    I have a problem with the fact that it clearly violates the 4th and 14th amendments.
     
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    I hope many other states will have the balls to do what Arizona did in terms of dealing with illegal aliens. The Federal government won't do it's job and control the border and deport illegal aliens so it's time somebody else did. I hear there is already court processing going on with this new bill. Is it just me, or instead of poor-mouthing Arizona, why doesn't somebody take the Federal government to court to get them to uphold the laws that are already written?
     
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    Glad we can disagree
     

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