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    Re: Ariz. governor signs immigration enforcement bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    Given that is how day labour is typically hired by indpendant contractors, it sort of makes day labour as typically practiced illegal

    Notice how it does not say anything about illegal immigrants in this section
    No, not entirely correct.

    It makes it against the law for an "illegal" to solicate or take a day labor job. It makes it illegal to pick up any day labor from from the street. There are "day labor" hiring spots in Phoenix metro area where day laborers and people who want to hire them can go.
    If you are an American, or legally in American you can work as a day labor. You just can't camp out at Home Depot to try and get a job.

    Yes it makes it against the law to hire or be hired if you are in the USA illegally. Whats the problem with this?
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    Re: Ariz. governor signs immigration enforcement bill

    Quote Originally Posted by mike2810 View Post
    No, not entirely correct.

    It makes it against the law for an "illegal" to solicate or take a day labor job. It makes it illegal to pick up any day labor from from the street. There are "day labor" hiring spots in Phoenix metro area where day laborers and people who want to hire them can go.
    If you are an American, or legally in American you can work as a day labor. You just can't camp out at Home Depot to try and get a job.

    Yes it makes it against the law to hire or be hired if you are in the USA illegally. Whats the problem with this?
    No it does not

    If you read the relavent section which I posted it says it says nothing about the person being an illegal immigrant.

    The section after what I posted does show that it is illegal to transport illegals
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    Re: Ariz. governor signs immigration enforcement bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    No it does not

    If you read the relavent section which I posted it says it says nothing about the person being an illegal immigrant.

    The section after what I posted does show that it is illegal to transport illegals
    Yes but you did not include Section C.
    I'll make it clearer. The law does make it against the law to hire someone from the street. Agree? This hopefully will stop the soliciting at Home Depot for example.

    I stated that there are legal day labor places in the metro area where you can hire day labors. Did you know that? If you are an American or legally in the US you can use those services for work.

    Part C states of the same section you quoted states. "It is unlawful for a person who is unlawfully present in the United States and who is an unauthorized alien to knowling apply for work, solicate work in a public place, or perform work as employee or independent contractor in this State"

    Section C is where it points to the "illegals".

    Not sure if you got a draft copy of SB1070.
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    Re: Ariz. governor signs immigration enforcement bill

    Arizona Iced Tea has come out against the new law in Arizona. **



    ** Arizona Iced Tea is actually located in New York.

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    Re: Ariz. governor signs immigration enforcement bill

    Arizona is correct in trying to identify illegals. They broke the law coming into this country, and they break the law by staying here. They also break the law by working in this country. So that means they are criminals.

    Arizona is not the only State or the first to try to find solutions to the illegal immigration problems. California voters wanted to do deal with the financial burden of illegal immigration by passing Proposition 187, however, a judge and Gov Davis killed it, even though the majority of California voters wanted it.

    The States need to do more; the Tenth Amendment preserves the traditional police powers of the states to control their own jurisdictions, so they are well within their rights to do what they can to solve their problems concerning interior illegal-immigration enforcement issues.

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    Re: Ariz. governor signs immigration enforcement bill

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    Arizona Iced Tea has come out against the new law in Arizona. **



    ** Arizona Iced Tea is actually located in New York.

    Great contribution to the discussion.... very relevant.

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    Re: Ariz. governor signs immigration enforcement bill

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    Great contribution to the discussion.... very relevant.
    It highlights the stupidity of the pro illegal movement therefore very relevant.
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    Re: Ariz. governor signs immigration enforcement bill

    obama: immigration this year is just gonna have to be up to the republicans

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    Re: Ariz. governor signs immigration enforcement bill

    Texas is soon to follow the great state of Arizona in passing tough laws. Remember, there are already laws but no one is allowed to inforce them for fear of being called a racist. So to all cities and states that want to boycott Arizona business activities Texas will be glad to kick up the price of oil 5,000%to all you gutless scum, pro-alien-invasion trash (that would sell your homes if this tide of jobless slop moved in to your neighborhood).
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    Re: Ariz. governor signs immigration enforcement bill

    Quote Originally Posted by rhinefire View Post
    Texas is soon to follow the great state of Arizona in passing tough laws. Remember, there are already laws but no one is allowed to inforce them for fear of being called a racist. So to all cities and states that want to boycott Arizona business activities Texas will be glad to kick up the price of oil 5,000%to all you gutless scum, pro-alien-invasion trash (that would sell your homes if this tide of jobless slop moved in to your neighborhood).
    I'm not in favor of illegal immigration I'm opposed to the possibility of going to jail because I don't carry my passport around.

    edit: Also, you just called a group of human beings "slop." Do you feel good about that?
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