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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

With sections of Arizona already closed due to violence, Obama now seeks to sue the state for trying to protect its terrorized citizens

  • Trash on Arizona border, Rape Tree in background, photo 3/16/09, Now Public
The 'new' Arizona law as existing federal law merely reminds people to carry ID as most do anyway. The Milwaukee Brewers don't consider it anything "new" for their players who've had ID cards for 3 years. End of issue. The Arizona law mirrors existing federal law per Politifact, 4/25/10 in spite of publicity to the contrary: Remembering to carry it is a small price to pay considering areas of The US government and many politicians aren't bothered about handing over sections of the US to organized crime and further stabbing US citizens with massive legal expense for the privilege of continuing to do so. ... because one of his young police officers was slaughtered in Arizona. He left 2 young children, one a newborn baby boy:
  • 5/26: UPI, Phoenix: "A young police officer with a newborn son was shot and killed early Wednesday and a suspect found nearby was arrested, law enforcement authorities said....

A tactical team with a police dog found a suspect, Danny Martinez, police said.

With part of America already officially handed over to vicious criminals via transfer of criminal culture of Mexico to Arizona, Obama wants more. He not only refuses to enforce existing federal law, he now plans to sue the citizens of the state of Arizona 6/22, Byron York: "Despite all that, the White House has found time to issue a
  • new declaration of war, this time against an unlikely enemy: the state of Arizona.

The Justice Department is preparing to sue Arizona over its new immigration law. The president has stiffed Gov. Jan Brewer's call for meaningful assistance in efforts to secure the border. And the White House has accused Arizona's junior senator, Republican Jon Kyl, of lying about an Oval Office discussion with the president over comprehensive immigration reform. Put them all together, and you have an ugly state of affairs that's getting uglier by the day.

First, the lawsuit. Last week, Brewer was appalled to learn the Justice Department's intentions not from the Justice Department but from an interview done by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with an Ecuadorian TV outlet.

"It would seem to me that if they were going to file suit against us," Brewer told Fox News' Greta van Susteren last week,

  • "they definitely would have contacted us first and informed us before they informed citizens ... of another nation."

But they didn't....

  • ...On June 18, Kyl told a town meeting in North Phoenix that Obama personally told him
  • the administration will not secure the U.S.-Mexico border because doing so would make it politically difficult to pass comprehensive immigration reform.

"I met with the president in the Oval Office, just the two of us," Kyl said. "Here's what the president said. The problem is, he said, if we secure the border, then you all won't have any reason to support comprehensive immigration reform."

  • "In other words," Kyl continued, "they're holding it hostage. They don't want to secure the border unless and until it is combined with comprehensive immigration reform."

After Kyl's statement went viral on the Internet, the White House issued a sharp denial. "The president didn't say that and Senator Kyl knows it," communications director Dan Pfeiffer wrote on the White House blog. "There are more resources dedicated toward border security today than ever before,

Kyl is not backing down. "What I said occurred, did occur," he told an Arizona radio station. "Some spokesman down at the White House said no, that isn't what happened at all, and then proceeded to say we need comprehensive immigration reform to secure the border. That is their position, and all I was doing was explaining why, from a conversation with the president, why it appears

  • that that's their position."

Even if it didn't have so many other fights on its hands, it would be unusual for an

But that's precisely what has happened. Soon it will be up to the courts and voters to decide whether Obama's campaign against Arizona will succeed or fail."

Map shows Arizona land that has been closed to US citizens likely since 2006. via Gateway Pundit, 6/15
  • Governor Brewer's response, 6/18/10:
"Though not surprising, that decision is, nevertheless, outrageous."

"Our federal government should be using its legal resources to fight illegal immigration,

not the law-abiding citizens of Arizona. Despite the law's rigorous safeguards against racial profiling and carefully crafted language to avoid usurping federal authority, several lawsuits have already been filed."

Buchenwald, for those who are ignorant about what Nazis are.

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