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How about Marco posting about the costs of providing services to 460,000 illegal aliens, many of whom are violent criminals? Of educating the children of these illegal aliens? Of providing medical care? Of the costs of the state's uemployed, whom it must pay welfare and unemployment to while illegal aliens do jobs Americans should be doing--and many of whom are NOT paying taxes on the income? By the way, some of the cost Marco identifies, such as the foreclosures, are the result of illegal aliens themselves. Illegal aliens who bought homes they couldn't afford with liar loans. Foreclosures take months to get to, so it's hardly likely to be due to the Fayetteville law, but to illegal aliens who lost their illegally held jobs. If it's illegal aliens walking away from the houses because of the law, well, it's not likely they had much of a stake in the house or the community to begin with. And Torch22's comment about racial profiling is a flat out lie. The law specifically PROHIBITS it. Of course, the Obama law suit has nothing to do with racial profiling, but is all about PREEMPTION of federal law. And there's a good chance the suit will fail.
If the state of Arizona had handed an immigration regulation that pondered the federal government's, there does no longer be this way of extensive outcry. the modifications are in particular in terms of keeping police responsible, meaning that there will be a beneficiant quantity of courtroom situations that consequence rom this. however the federal government could nevertheless have a case. be attentive to why? Kidnapping and economic enterprise theft are enforced via community police, oftentimes. the only situations the place they are not are in interstate themes, that are regularly dealt with via the federal government, however the each physique continues to be waiting to be arrested via state officers. Immigration themes are extra soft with the aid of fact purely the federal government can enforce deportations, and the clarification for that's that there could be extensive problems with massively distinctive structures if the states have been to do it. Enforcement differs between those dramatically. States are allowed to enforce maximum issues (and, rather, they seem to be a factor of the state regulation), in basic terms no longer immigration regulations.
If the federal government had been enforcing immigration (as states have begged them to do for the last decade), there would be no Arizona law. Arizona put Obama in a quandry: he had not planned to take take up any controversial issues before November elections. He knows the people oppose amnesty. His hand has been forced, however, so now he seeks to repeal the law because his "comprehensive immigration reform" contains something Arizona's doesn't, AMNESTY. Reward for crossing illegally. He calls it a "path to citizenship" as all Presidents have when they wish to fool the people into believing it isn't an amnesty.
Yes he has over stepped his bounds which he'll find out in November. He does not care about Americans or the USA. He is only full filling contribution promises made during his election. He will go down as the WORST president in history. He should be impeached but then look @ Clinton he was impeached & continued to serve as president.
Marco is right. You may not agree with him but he does use facts to back it up. Also, by the Bill of Rights in the original 10, Arizona is in the wrong and by so, they will be held accountable for it. It will cost them more in the long run, especially financially, because if they implement a federal law within a state with no federal jurisdiction they are in breach of their rights, by the Constitution, and the rights of those US citizens. Also, since they will not receive any additional funding from the federal government to implement, it will cause the state to go further in debt. It will cost them millions each year to implement and will raise state and local taxes on the citizens living in that state. IV - -Section 1 - Each State to Honor all others "Full Faith and Credit shall be given in each State to the public Acts, Records, and judicial Proceedings of every other State. And the Congress may by general Laws prescribe the Manner in which such Acts, Records and Proceedings shall be proved, and the Effect thereof." This does not give Fayetteville the right to force their law when it bridges a federal law. Edit: Ali Alexander - you are wrong about the foreclosures. Banks allowed people to take out first time homebuyers mortgages with little or no credit history on an ARM or adjusted rate mortgage, thousands of AMERICAN citizens jumped on it like crazy because they were offering large cuts in the first 3 to 5 yrs of ownership on NEW homes, not older homes, hence the housing boom. Many of those "illegal aliens" claimed to buy homes they couldn't afford are actually still in those homes in our state. Very few have lost their homes and have even refinanced them to a lower rate. And no, not with credit cards either, but good substatial payment and credit history. The clients of our company are habitually late, but I would say that all my immigrants - legal or not - are the ones that actually pay their bills on time more often than my American citizens, except for my elderly clients. Those between the ages of 25 to 45 are the ones that habitual late payers, the majority of foreclosures, and those that spend beyond their means. So, before you go "racially" profiling an economic situation, you really need to look up ALL the foreclosures in your county and state and look at their last names. 10 to 1, many of them will be easily recognized as American names such as Anderson, Smith, Hunter, ect.
That's an interesting idea for a counter law suite. It would be funny if he sued Fayetteville and then was forced by the courts to enforce the very same law he tried to sue Fayetteville over.
Like the Marco dude said, he's actually saving Arizona from the Republican way of trashing a state with hideous laws.
Well, that is for the courts to decide, isn't it? For all we know, they might rule in favor of Arizona.
Yes. His job is to protect us from these kinds of people. He should be impeached right away. What do you expect from a man like this. He has no moral obligation to the American people. and it is showing more than ever.
NO! He's actually stepping in to save Arizona from falling apart and falling into Bankruptcy. Since SB1070 past into law: 1. The boycotts have cost Arizona Millions in contracts. is losing as much as $90-million in hotel and convention business over the next 5 years. 2. The people fleeing is hurting businesss, spending and tricking down to the economy. immigration law cited as reason for closing restaurant/music venue. 3. Jails are crowded, SB1070 will shove more people there instead of deportation, the tax payers gets the bill. immigration law to strain jails 4. Arizona is broke, but the law suits keep piling on and on, they cannot afford it. Legal battles pile up against Arizona’s SB 1070 implementation 5. Tourism is way down costing Millions more to the state. SB1070 Update: Brewer, Pearce scare people away from coming to Arizona 6. Foreclosures in the Phoenix have skyrocketed. Arizona immigration law increases Phoenix foreclosures 7. Crime is on the rise over the immigration law, Latinos Targeted. White Man Shoots Latino Neighbor In Fayetteville Over Immigration Law