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Discussion in 'Immigration/Illegal Immigration' started by RetiredGySgt, May 17, 2010.

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    I am way past tired of the BULLSHIT lies about the Arizona law on illegal Immigrants. The law says the SAME thing the US law says, the difference is our Federal Government REFUSES to enforce said law.

    There is nothing racist about the law. There is nothing unconstitutional about the law. There is nothing remotely illegal about the law. Once again if any of those things were true then the same would be true of US Immigration laws on the books right NOW.

    And then we have this....

    Lakers-Suns NBA Match a Stage for Immigration Activists - Yahoo! News

    LA needs to be shown the door. Fuck LA and anyone else that openly supports ILLEGAL Aliens.
     
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    The Lakers should just forfeit the game. That'll shown then damn racist Arizonians!
     
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    Blame the libtards, and the libtard media. Arizona is getting Palinized.
     
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    Republicans AND Democrats have failed miserably at securing our borders and making our education competitive Internationally or Nationally! They forget who works for whom. Voting for either party is a wasted vote! Democrat=Republican! When voting for the lesser of two evils, may we NEVER forget that it is STILL EVIL!

    There is hope. There is a candidate gaining momentum, not a politician, with great ideas and cares! Securing our border is very important. Democrats, Republicans YOU'RE FIRED!!!
    CHELENE NIGHTINGALE FOR GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 2010
    CHELENENIGHTINGALEFORGOVERNOR.COM
     
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    Here is an example of Rush Limbaugh’s ability to make a point, and show the hypocrisy of the other side.
    On May 5, in honor of ‘Cinco de Mayo,’ the Phoenix Suns had their team wear ‘los Suns’ on their jerseys. This was a political statement, showing opposition to the Arizona Bill aimed at pressuring illegal immigrants.

    Mr. Limbaugh claimed it was a case of bowing to political correctness. And to show the hypocrisy, he asked if the team was being consistent by not requiring fans at the game to have ‘papers.’ You know, tickets!
    Brilliant.
     
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    republicans nationally are leery of this... they know that this might give them some traction in the midterms, but when they look ahead to national elections in 2012, knowing that they have already effectively forfeited the african american vote, they know that losing the latino vote will be deadly in many key states... florida being one of them. They are fast becoming the party of white folks and if one looks out at demographic trends, if they continue to be simply the party of white folks, they will doom themselves to being a minority party or a regional party at best.

    myself... I think it will be hilarious to watch them try to spin themselves out of this in two years.
     
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    The owner of the Suns is a Republican. :thup:
     
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    Sadly, it appears exactly that way to me, as well.
     
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    You're wrong. Latinos who are here illegally do not have the right to vote, so how can we lose their votes? Secondly, LEGAL immigrants- those that came across the border following the rules, are overwhelmingly in favor of enforcing immigration laws and being tough on illegal aliens.

    Republicans merely need to stick to conservative values and they will win.
     
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    The Phoenix Suns and their owner Robert Sarver took a slightly different tact.


    Instead of trying to avoid a collision Sarver steered his high-rolling franchise right onto the controversy.


    Sarver sought and received unanimous support from his players for them to wear their "Los Suns" jerseys for Game 2 Wednesday.


    He told The Arizona Republic that Senate Bill 1070 was not "the right way to handle the immigration problem, Number 1. Number 2, as I read through the bill, it felt to me a little bit like it was mean-spirited, and I personally just don't agree with it."
    azcentral.com blogs - E.J. Montini's Columns & Blog - EJMontini - Suns MVP not Amare or Nash, but Sarver


    I guess Repubs can have different opinions.

    Not like the lock-step Dems, huh?
     

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