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    Re: UN rights experts criticize Arizona law

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    I found this very ironic given your screen name. Irony is very dangerous before people can have their first cup of coffee.

    As to the OT, the UN can piss off. Arizona is our problem and we'll deal with it.
    Why is it ironic? Feel free to discuss the law with me, and not the dumb-ass talking points the mainstream media has perpetuated about racial profiling and arbitrary detainment.

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    Re: UN rights experts criticize Arizona law

    Quote Originally Posted by TheHat View Post
    I was refering to this one:

    FNC Highlights 'Another Outrage' from U.N., Iran on Women's Rights Commission | NewsBusters.org

    And here is that wonderful idea of arresting women who get suntans:

    Suntanned women to be arrested under Islamic dress code - Telegraph

    As you said above, the women's rights group I am talking about, is different then the one you stated in the OP.
    Thank you for your clarification...
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    Re: UN rights experts criticize Arizona law

    Quote Originally Posted by MyOwnDrum View Post
    I'd love to see the United States withdraw all funding for the UN. And, make all diplomats liable for all parking and moving violations they incur while on our soil.
    First one sounds great -- get out of the UN until it becomes an organization that truly supports democracy, democratic ideals, and human rights.

    The second isn't practical due to treaties and conventions the US is party to...
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    Re: UN rights experts criticize Arizona law

    This is just as laughable as Mexico criticizing the law as being too harsh and discriminatory while they have heavier punishments for illegal immigration and heavily police their southern border The UN and many nations are hypocritically biased towards the US and it's sickening.

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    Re: UN rights experts criticize Arizona law

    Quote Originally Posted by 1984 View Post
    Why is it ironic? Feel free to discuss the law with me, and not the dumb-ass talking points the mainstream media has perpetuated about racial profiling and arbitrary detainment.
    1984 was a book about oppressive, draconian government. Your comment falls into that as all laws are discriminatory against those who break the law by nature of what the law is. It doesn't speak to any justice of law or lawful ability of government to implement the law. It is, in essence, the "if you're not doing anything wrong, you have nothing to worry about" excuse which is generally reserved for laws which are unconstitutional or involve unjustified expansion of government. That doesn't mean this particular law falls into it, I'm saying in general. For one with the screen name 1984, it seemed a bit ironic to say that the law discriminates against those who break the law.
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    Re: UN rights experts criticize Arizona law

    So... i can hop on in to Canada or any other country and if they catch me.. I'll just say its racist!

    ****ing morons!

    Can we call Geneva and talk to someone in the UN and tell them to shove it up their ass???
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