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    Re: Supreme Court will hear Arizona immigration case

    Quote Originally Posted by KevinKohler View Post
    Give an example of how someone could be in the country without any documentation, and it NOT be criminal?

    Sex slave.

    Kidnapping.

    Seeking political asylum.

    Refugee.

    Newborn infant.

    Wrong turn at Albuquerque...

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    Re: Supreme Court will hear Arizona immigration case

    I'm not normally a Federalist but I would be reluctant to let the States decide this issue, since they have been increasingly radical about it. I do think illegal immigration law should be enforced but some of the laws the States have tried passing have been a bit over the top. Illegals are still human beings and should not be treated as the enemy, as there are humanitarian concerns involved in a lot of the cases.

    Should be interesting to see how the courts weigh in on this.

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    Re: Supreme Court will hear Arizona immigration case

    Quote Originally Posted by Temporal View Post
    I'm not normally a Federalist but I would be reluctant to let the States decide this issue, since they have been increasingly radical about it. I do think illegal immigration law should be enforced but some of the laws the States have tried passing have been a bit over the top. Illegals are still human beings and should not be treated as the enemy, as there are humanitarian concerns involved in a lot of the cases.

    Should be interesting to see how the courts weigh in on this.
    Agree with your last point on seeing how the court responds.

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