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    Re: Highland Park High School Tournament over Arizona immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by ludahai View Post
    Yet you are against a law that would actually DO SOMETHING to address the problem. If you are against a law that would do something about the problem, perhaps that means you support those creating the problem. Hence, the logical supposition that you are pro-illegal.
    How about that people are against the Feds sitting on their asses and not doing it. Lets move in that direction if you don't want to spin the issue.
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    Re: Highland Park High School Tournament over Arizona immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
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    Re: Highland Park High School Tournament over Arizona immigration law

    [quote=j-mac;1058749660]The Federal government has had decades to deal with this problem, and they have failed to do so. Allow me a question, where does the Federal government get their power? From the states? Or, do the states get their powers from what the Federal government decides they should have?

    Read the Constitution, I'm not here to educate you on such basics.

    [QUOTE=j-mac;1058749660]How so?

    Self explanatory.



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    Again, How so? and would you be so kind as to answer my question in the previous post? It was....
    Asked and answered.

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    What is your objection to the Arizona law? Be specific please.
    Asked and answered. Browbeating me because you don't like my answers is a waste of both of our time.

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    Re: Highland Park High School Tournament over Arizona immigration law

    [quote=The Uncola;1058749742][quote=j-mac;1058749660]The Federal government has had decades to deal with this problem, and they have failed to do so. Allow me a question, where does the Federal government get their power? From the states? Or, do the states get their powers from what the Federal government decides they should have?

    Read the Constitution, I'm not here to educate you on such basics.

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    How so?

    Self explanatory.





    Asked and answered.



    Asked and answered. Browbeating me because you don't like my answers is a waste of both of our time.

    I am asking you to explain yourself. Why is it that you think it is ok to dodge a direct question? Are you afraid to answer it? What's the problem?


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    Re: Highland Park High School Tournament over Arizona immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post



    I am asking you to explain yourself. Why is it that you think it is ok to dodge a direct question? Are you afraid to answer it? What's the problem?


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    Is there some part of browbeating is ineffective on me you fail to comprehend? I answered your questions to MY satisfaction. Your satisfaction isn't my concern.

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    Re: Highland Park High School Tournament over Arizona immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by The Uncola View Post
    Is there some part of browbeating is ineffective on me you fail to comprehend? I answered your questions to MY satisfaction. Your satisfaction isn't my concern.

    Then why are you here?


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    Re: Highland Park High School Tournament over Arizona immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Then why are you here?


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    Re: Highland Park High School Tournament over Arizona immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    So are you saying that are are pro-small federal government, but pro HUGE state Government?
    I don't mind a huge state government if that is what the people of said state desire. I also don't mind a small state government. Personally, my references lie in moderate state government and minimalist federal government limitted only to enumerated powers.

    I'm in favor legislative diversity and dual federalism. I would prefer to see as high a degree of legislative diversity as their is philosophical diversity in this country.
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    Re: Highland Park High School Tournament over Arizona immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    I don't mind a huge state government if that is what the people of said state desire. I also don't mind a small state government. Personally, my references lie in moderate state government and minimalist federal government limitted only to enumerated powers.

    I'm in favor legislative diversity and dual federalism. I would prefer to see as high a degree of legislative diversity as their is philosophical diversity in this country.
    Far enough. At least you, unlike most, are honest about it.
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    Re: Highland Park High School Tournament over Arizona immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by TBone View Post
    How about that people are against the Feds sitting on their asses and not doing it. Lets move in that direction if you don't want to spin the issue.
    I would LOVE to see the Feds do something about this, but as they won't, the government of the State of Arizona has the right and RESPONSIBILITY to protect its citizens. If the ELECTED representatives of the citizens of Arizona have decided on this highly reasonable measure to do that, all power to them.
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