This is a States right issue to me
http://blogs.usatoday.com/ondeadline/20 … homel.html
actually, you're right - technically, Sheriff Joe is within his rights legally, as he is conducting his street patrols under the protection of Arizona's anti-human smuggling laws.
Sheriff Joe swears on a stack of bibles he is not racial profiling. let's see....he stops people who look like they might be illegals, but he's not doing racial profiling.
If they can prove Racial Profiling then more power to them. The feds have no business telling a Sheriff which law he can enforce.
i won't argue with you there.
but as you can see, Sheriff Joe isn't letting anything stop him in his quest...
The Rev. Al Sharpton on Friday called for opponents of an Arizona sheriff who has aggressively cracked down on illegal immigration to videotape alleged racial profiling by the sheriff’s office.
The civil rights leader said the videos will help the U.S. Department of Justice in an investigation of alleged civil rights abuses by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s office.
Remember this is the Very Al Sharpton that said the ACORN Tapes were illegal!!!!!!!!!
What a sham of a man, much less a low life politician this guy really is.
A real American stands up for the law and this yo yo, cant see it, why is this con artist still in office? why?
This street mobster, Sharpton, has to go
you know...i don't get that at all. who the heck does he think he is coming to our state demanding this and that? that annoyed me when i saw him on the news...
He jumped in on it because both of your senators are republican and he figured a democrat had to speak up - he also wants to make his mark. Frankly, he already did with that photo of himself in diapers
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