Arizona Immigration law takes effect July 2010 - For or against it?
The revised new law says if arrested - before releasing you, they check if your are undocumented. And even if undocumented will let you go unless know violent criminal already. Which is agreement with ICE policies.
Yes, ship all the illegal aliens back. And if they have "anchor babies" put them in the backpacks also. Unfortunately, those anchor babies will be able to come back when they are on their own, but at least we will be rid of them for a few years.
The laws of immigration are not being enforced by the feds or most states, as with most laws , Arizona is trying to protect its people from an out of control crime war, They have that right. Enough is enough , of illegal immigation , all most Americans want is for people to stop taking our freedoms for granted. And, to get in line and do it the legal way. I beleive in Arizonas rights to protect it's law abiding people. America is growing too politically correct, apathy and complacency is an epidemic. Noting wrong with doing things the legal way, Those who want our freedom should try it , they might like it, Why do most hispanics who have been here awhile believe in Arizonas approach.
by TheSituation 8 years ago
What do you all think about this one? Seems like some good fodder for my fellow hubbers.
by ptosis 6 years ago
It has been said that "Immigration is a federal issue and we can't have 50 states making 50 laws." but we have 50 different rules for voting for the president which is also a federal issue.I'm not asking if you are for or against SB1070. I'm asking if states' right of self governing...
by Stacie L 6 years ago
Supreme Court upholds key part of Arizona immigration law, strikes down restBy Liz Goodwin, Yahoo! News | The Ticket The Supreme Court upheld a key part of Arizona's tough anti-illegal immigration law in a 5-3 decision on Monday that allows police officers to ask about immigration status during...
by Riece 8 years ago
In my humble opinion, the Arizona immigration law is not racist. I'll tell you why. Yes, and this cannot be argued, most illegal immigrants in Arizona are Hispanic, but the law targets illegal immigrants, not illegal Hispanic immigrants. As a worker in a bank, I help illegal immigrants all the time...
by Dan Harmon 8 years ago
I saw a short blurb in the newspaper that there are now 7 lawsuits filed against the Arizona immigration law. The interesting part was that one of the suits was filed by a police officer because, according to his lawyer, he might be fired from his job if he didn't enforce the new law.What...
by tobey100 8 years ago
I support the Arizona Immigration Law and I'll gladly tell you why....I've read it. All of it. I've been slammed from every corner for supporting profiling. I always ask my critic, "Have you read the law?" the answer is usually a resounding yes yet, when I ask them...
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