I know what it is, hence I can detect them when you make them.Learn what a strawman is.
Of course I have a problem with this law. The US CONSTITUTION states that anyone born in the US is a US citizen. That is a bit different than being asked for documentation. Also, the AZ law does NOT empower Law Enforcement Agents to simply stop over people and ask for their documentation papers (though by law they are legally required to possess them), it requires them to stop them for another legal reason first before asking. If you don't have identification, that may be one reason for reasonable suspicion...Well then you should have no problem with this law. You see no problem with people being stopped and asked for documentation papers simply because they seem like they're not from here. I have no problem with anchor babies being removed with their parents. What are we discussing?
As for "anchor babies", they are U.S. citizens. That is NOT the same as requiring documentation from immigants as they are NOT immigrants in the first place.
They are responsible for upholding the law. The State government is now saying that this now falls under state law. In the absense of action from the federal government, the State has the right to protect its own citizens.Since when is it up to local police agencies to enforce immigration laws? K thanks Bye!