Did the Supreme Court get the Arizona Immigration Law ruling right?
striking down three of the four provisions and the last being blocked by an executive order has the federal government given its approval of continued illegal immigration?
It's a joke. A political ploy. The one approval is hilarious. If stopped for a violation,the officer can determine if the person is illegal. Then what? Nothing. Is every ticket, D.U.I. or misdemeanor going to be sent to the Feds? Right!
Maybe 58 years of being an American citizen hasn't taught me anything but wasn't our Constitution and Bill of Rights written for American citizens protection or for the whole world to enjoy?
This whole immigrant thing has gotten out of hand and my citizenship is losing more value everyday. Illegal immigrants under 30 can now work. Voter I.D. is a big issue. Again, after 58 years of being an American citizen, I can't get a job without a picture I.D. and a social security card. But yet some want us to vote for the leader of our country without one.
If we started protecting our own as much as we do the outsiders, we'd be O.K. Liberals, give it a rest.
by Stacie L 6 years ago
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