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    Re: Alabama governor signs nations toughest immigation law

    I like this law. Hope very similar ones are passed in all the states.

    As a side note, the governor of Alabama has my (late) uncle's name (the middle name is different though).
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    Re: Alabama governor signs nations toughest immigation law

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
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    I know it's less in California than it is in Mississippi. When I moved to the Gulf Coast, the going rate for lawn service was about twice what it was in Southern California, although paying more for lawn service is a small trade-off, I think, for not having your schools clogged with illegals.
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    Re: Alabama governor signs nations toughest immigation law

    Quote Originally Posted by Jucon View Post
    Where are the liberals on this topic? I really would like to hear their opinions on this.

    Personally I cannot think of a good reason to oppose this law. It is illegal to come into this country illegally (duh)... and if the government wont do it's job, the states should be able to pick up the slack. This kind of law should be a federal law to begin with IMO.

    But I'm always open to hearing arguments from different sides. Unfortunately those on the other side appear to be shying away from this topic on DP for some reason...
    Maybe they are tired of getting laughed at for uttering the lie "that's racist" in every illegal immigration debate.
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    Re: Alabama governor signs nations toughest immigation law

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    Maybe they are tired of getting laughed at for uttering the lie "that's racist" in every illegal immigration debate.
    or any other political debate where they haven't any substance on an issue.
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    Re: Alabama governor signs nations toughest immigation law

    Quote Originally Posted by mike2810 View Post
    You may be right, yet the same was said about Arizona employer bill. Guess what, the SC backed Arizona. So your great insight to the SC, is just an opinion. Taking your stance I'll say the SC will find nothing wrong with the law. Guess we will have to wait and see who is correct.
    I don't know about that. The word "aid" is a little to broad to base a 5 year felony upon. Would you like for a cop to send an illegal to you to ask for simple directions in perfect English? Sure, it would be a setup, but I'd like to see you prove it in court. Hell, we had a large number of fake drug busts here not too long ago. Do you really want law enforcement to have another thumb screw to use on you?
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    Re: Alabama governor signs nations toughest immigation law

    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey Shane View Post
    I don't know about that. The word "aid" is a little to broad to base a 5 year felony upon. Would you like for a cop to send an illegal to you to ask for simple directions in perfect English? Sure, it would be a setup, but I'd like to see you prove it in court. Hell, we had a large number of fake drug busts here not too long ago. Do you really want law enforcement to have another thumb screw to use on you?
    i have to admit...this is a good point. especially in the liberal totalitarian groupthink mode the country is moving towards.
    it really should be amended to simply "those whom employ or shelter" instead of "aid".
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    Re: Alabama governor signs nations toughest immigation law

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    Maybe they are tired of getting laughed at for uttering the lie "that's racist" in every illegal immigration debate.
    No, just the racist ones.

    I have no problem penalizing employers for hiring illegals.

    But going after students in school? It won't go far. Another FAIL by the Tea Bags.

    Perhaps if they were more educated BEFORE they ran for office...

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    Re: Alabama governor signs nations toughest immigation law

    Quote Originally Posted by hazlnut View Post
    No, just the racist ones.

    I have no problem penalizing employers for hiring illegals.

    But going after students in school? It won't go far. Another FAIL by the Tea Bags.

    Perhaps if they were more educated BEFORE they ran for office...
    I dont care who is and is not racist although it is 80% the latino that is. That being said I want every and all illegal latino OUT of America and that includes their anchor babies.
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    Re: Alabama governor signs nations toughest immigation law

    Quote Originally Posted by hazlnut View Post
    No, just the racist ones.

    I have no problem penalizing employers for hiring illegals.

    But going after students in school? It won't go far. Another FAIL by the Tea Bags.

    Perhaps if they were more educated BEFORE they ran for office...
    the very fact that it's been legislated at all proves a victory, not a fail. as has been pointed out before....
    how many states have now defied this administration on policies? over half. this is no fail. this is you traitors
    being defied by the average citizens of this nation.
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    Re: Alabama governor signs nations toughest immigation law

    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey Shane View Post
    I don't know about that. The word "aid" is a little to broad to base a 5 year felony upon. Would you like for a cop to send an illegal to you to ask for simple directions in perfect English? Sure, it would be a setup, but I'd like to see you prove it in court. Hell, we had a large number of fake drug busts here not too long ago. Do you really want law enforcement to have another thumb screw to use on you?
    If it is written similar to Arizona SB1070, I have no issue with the law. Your senerio is not realistic. At least in AZ a person would have to have broken a law first to have LE question there legal status. I have more confidence in LE than you seem to have.
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