Fox News Poll: States Should Have Right To Make Immigration Laws

teapartysamurai

Gold Member
Joined
Mar 27, 2010
Messages
20,056
Reaction score
2,557
Points
290
Amid the ongoing controversy over Arizona's new immigration law, voters by a 2-to-1 margin think individual states should have the right to make their own immigration laws. And a majority of voters would like their own state to follow Arizona's lead.

A Fox News poll finds 65 percent of American voters think states should have right to make their own immigration laws and protect their borders "if they believe the federal government has failed to act," while 32 percent disagree. Moreover, a 52 percent majority favors their own state passing a bill similar to Arizona’s new immigration law.
Read more here: FOXNews.com - Fox News Poll: States Should Have Right To Make Immigration Laws

Liberals in the media can pretend there is this big uprising over Arizona actually enforcing our immigration laws, but the facts don't support their lies.

The fact is most people agree with Arizona and want to see the same thing happen in their own states.

:clap2::clap2:
 

xsited1

Agent P
Joined
Sep 15, 2008
Messages
17,746
Reaction score
5,777
Points
198
Location
Little Rock, AR
There is no way the Obama Administration is going to let this happen. They will invoke or create some Federal law that usurps the State's powers and that will be that.
 

VaYank5150

Gold Member
Joined
Aug 3, 2009
Messages
11,779
Reaction score
1,064
Points
138
Location
Virginia
IF the Federal Government cannot or will not enforce the immigraion laws already on the books, then I agree that states should have every right to create and enforce their own laws, for their own protection.
 

kyzr

Platinum Member
Joined
Oct 14, 2009
Messages
15,696
Reaction score
6,365
Points
390
Location
The AL part of PA
If some cities can be "sanctuary cities" and other cities say "no illegals".....when US Law says "no illegals" then.....why aren't sanctuary city officials prosecuted by the Feds? Isn't that like AL officials saying "no" to civil rights legislation???
 

Zander

Platinum Member
Joined
Sep 10, 2009
Messages
22,311
Reaction score
8,601
Points
940
Location
Los Angeles CA
If some cities can be "sanctuary cities" and other cities say "no illegals".....when US Law says "no illegals" then.....why aren't sanctuary city officials prosecuted by the Feds? Isn't that like AL officials saying "no" to civil rights legislation???

Why stop at no immigration law sanctuary?

No paying federal tax sanctuary..

No drug law sanctuary....

No age of consent sanctuary....

Nothing illegal sanctuary......

Why not?
 
Last edited:

Zona

A guy in ariZONA
Joined
Aug 15, 2009
Messages
13,874
Reaction score
998
Points
48
Location
Phoenix, AZ.
Amid the ongoing controversy over Arizona's new immigration law, voters by a 2-to-1 margin think individual states should have the right to make their own immigration laws. And a majority of voters would like their own state to follow Arizona's lead.

A Fox News poll finds 65 percent of American voters think states should have right to make their own immigration laws and protect their borders "if they believe the federal government has failed to act," while 32 percent disagree. Moreover, a 52 percent majority favors their own state passing a bill similar to Arizona’s new immigration law.
Read more here: FOXNews.com - Fox News Poll: States Should Have Right To Make Immigration Laws

Liberals in the media can pretend there is this big uprising over Arizona actually enforcing our immigration laws, but the facts don't support their lies.

The fact is most people agree with Arizona and want to see the same thing happen in their own states.

:clap2::clap2:
Please tell me you didn't just cite a FOX poll and expected it to not lean right?

Are you serious?
 

kyzr

Platinum Member
Joined
Oct 14, 2009
Messages
15,696
Reaction score
6,365
Points
390
Location
The AL part of PA
This goes beyond the usual willful ignorance. Does anyone remember something called the Articles of Confederation?
Don't feel like calling my lawyer for this. I'm sure there is some super-secret society of lawyers that keep track of which federal laws cities/states can totally ignore, and which need to be enforced with Federal Marshals and the FBI and tons of lawyers from the DOJihad???
 

SuMar

VIP Member
Joined
Mar 16, 2010
Messages
1,864
Reaction score
328
Points
63
Amid the ongoing controversy over Arizona's new immigration law, voters by a 2-to-1 margin think individual states should have the right to make their own immigration laws. And a majority of voters would like their own state to follow Arizona's lead.

A Fox News poll finds 65 percent of American voters think states should have right to make their own immigration laws and protect their borders "if they believe the federal government has failed to act," while 32 percent disagree. Moreover, a 52 percent majority favors their own state passing a bill similar to Arizona’s new immigration law.
Read more here: FOXNews.com - Fox News Poll: States Should Have Right To Make Immigration Laws

Liberals in the media can pretend there is this big uprising over Arizona actually enforcing our immigration laws, but the facts don't support their lies.

The fact is most people agree with Arizona and want to see the same thing happen in their own states.

:clap2::clap2:

And it is an election year.
 

rightwinger

Award Winning USMB Paid Messageboard Poster
Gold Supporting Member
Joined
Aug 4, 2009
Messages
210,928
Reaction score
37,309
Points
2,190
Amid the ongoing controversy over Arizona's new immigration law, voters by a 2-to-1 margin think individual states should have the right to make their own immigration laws. And a majority of voters would like their own state to follow Arizona's lead.

A Fox News poll finds 65 percent of American voters think states should have right to make their own immigration laws and protect their borders "if they believe the federal government has failed to act," while 32 percent disagree. Moreover, a 52 percent majority favors their own state passing a bill similar to Arizona’s new immigration law.
Read more here: FOXNews.com - Fox News Poll: States Should Have Right To Make Immigration Laws

Liberals in the media can pretend there is this big uprising over Arizona actually enforcing our immigration laws, but the facts don't support their lies.

The fact is most people agree with Arizona and want to see the same thing happen in their own states.

:clap2::clap2:
Can Fox actually be that dumb???

States establishing international policies?

Rupert Murdoch would be proud
 

ihopehefails

VIP Member
Joined
Oct 3, 2009
Messages
3,384
Reaction score
228
Points
83
The problem is is that states do have the right to make their own immigration policy. California can be open borders while other states can kick all non-citizens out. What states don't have is the power to declare someone a citizen since naturalization rules are written by the congress.
 

oreo

Gold Member
Joined
Sep 15, 2008
Messages
18,102
Reaction score
2,921
Points
290
Location
rocky mountains
There is no way the Obama Administration is going to let this happen. They will invoke or create some Federal law that usurps the State's powers and that will be that.
It's kind of like calling the police because someone is trying to break into your house--the police won't show up--or refuse to--the homeowner takes their safety into their own hands--because the police won't come--and then the police arrest the homeowner for protecting themselves---:lol::lol:

Unbelieveable what we TOLERATE out of our Federal Government, isn't it?
 

Chris

Gold Member
Joined
May 30, 2008
Messages
23,154
Reaction score
1,967
Points
205
The Supreme Court decides these things.

Not FoxLies.
 

Chris

Gold Member
Joined
May 30, 2008
Messages
23,154
Reaction score
1,967
Points
205
The truth of the matter is that unless you are a Native American, you are an illegal immigrant.
 

New Topics

Most reactions - Past 7 days

Forum List

Top