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God Bless the Great State of Arizona
ice 2003
The polls indicate 70% of Arizonans support the toughest state immigration law ever passed, and 60% of Americans favor tougher immigration enforcement. 

Arizona’s new law grants the state’s law enforcement agencies the authority to enforce federal immigration regulations similar to the duties of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents are suppose. Obama prefers that ICE agents seize counterfeit T-shirts rather than enforce immigration laws. In short, ICE is a bad joke that is sucking billions of dollars from the taxpayers.

At a town hall meeting in Casa Grande, Ariz., Sen. John McCain (R.-Ariz.), flanked by a dozen state police chiefs and sheriffs who support his border security plan said, “If the President doesn’t like what the Arizona Legislature and governor may be doing, then I call on the President to immediately call for the dispatch of 3,000 National Guard troops to our border and mandate that 3,000 additional Border Patrol be sent to our border as well.”

While protesters and false characterizations of the law have made the headlines, Utah’s state Rep. Stephen Sandstrom (R.-Orem) announced that he will sponsor the “exact same legislation” in Utah.  Mexican President Felipe Calderon, who heads a government that encourages illegal immigration and has failed to control the drug cartels and rampant corruption, said the law “opens the door to intolerance, hate, and discrimination."

Under the new law, Arizona officers will enforce immigration violations that arise from traffic violations or investigations that give probable cause for a stop or detainment and will inquire about immigration status if there is reasonable suspicion of status. Racial profiling is prohibited.

There are reports that some of the 460,000 illegal immigrants are already leaving Arizona because of stricter immigrant enforcement.

I applaud the great state of Arizona for standing up to the liberal fascists by passing this legislation. I plan to support their efforts by taking a vacation and spending money in Arizona later this year. It is time for all the States to stand up to Washington D.C. Enough is enough.
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