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    Re: Thousands march in Phoenix to protest immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiseone View Post
    Yes if they were as "informed" as you are they wouldn't realize the law doesn't go into effect until the end of the year.

    Also thank you for that massive stereotype going on there, if we were all as "informed" as you are we wouldn't know that simply holding a certain political view isn't probable cause or reasonable suspicion of being an illegal immigrant.
    You're welcome I am not accusing everyone against the law of being illegal immigrants. I know many don't support it because they believe it allows for racial profiling (and I believe they are wrong). And it doesn't take effect at the end of the year, it takes effect next month in July.
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    Re: Thousands march in Phoenix to protest immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    The only ones against the arizona law that practically mirroris federal law are illegals and pro-illegals. Those who are against illegal immigration actually read the law and know that in order to be asked by the police about your legal status you have to first be stopped for a staffic violation, DUI check or some othe legal police contact.
    you really need to re-think your terminology. i don't know anyone who is "pro-illegal".....could you tell me where you heard that term please?

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    Re: Thousands march in Phoenix to protest immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by zimmer View Post
    The vast majority of Americans like what Arizona has done.
    And Obama once again stepped in it calling the law misguided.

    Let them protest, it just pisses off the masses more.

    Why didn't the press cover it?
    Perhaps, as Obama propagandists they figured he's up to his eyeballs in the latrine (most all of his own doing) and doesn't need another load of crap dropped on his head.

    That said, it is their job to cover the news, not cover Obama's ass.

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    could you please explain to me how not covering an event that protested the new law makes them obama propogandists? jeez.

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    These are the same liberals who forgot how Iraq attacked us on 9/11.


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    Re: Thousands march in Phoenix to protest immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by liblady View Post
    could you please explain to me how not covering an event that protested the new law makes them obama propogandists? jeez.
    Easily. Did you even know they used Nazi emblems to describe people who agreed with the new law?

    You can easily leave out news to make someone else look better than they are.
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    Re: Thousands march in Phoenix to protest immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by digsbe View Post
    It would seem that 30,000 to 100,000 people (protesters) are ill informed on the law. Regardless, the majority approve. If these people really believed that the law allowed police to ID anyone would they really be protesting? What would red flag an illegal immigration more than someone opposing a law that cracks down in illegal immigration?
    I wonder how many of the protesters were actually protesting the law and how many were paid to be there. I am not saying it happened but it is possible.

    If you have ever seen an episode of COPS you will see that cops ask everybody with reason or not for their ID. If you are in the wrong area they ask, if you have a license plate light out, they ask. If you are walking and carrying something they ask. This law changes nothing other than the fact that they can now do something if the person doesn't have ID.

    By the way, if an illegal gets stopped driving without a license he should automatically be arrested for putting the public in general in danger. No license and no insurance, and where did he get the car and how did he register it?

    Don't get caught up on something that happens every day in every city in the nation.

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    Re: Thousands march in Phoenix to protest immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by liblady View Post
    you really need to re-think your terminology
    My terminology is perfect. I could use the term pro-criminals, but it is not as specific. If you support illegal immigration,amnesty for illegals(because it does encourage more illegal immigration),hiring of illegals, sanctuary cities,oppose the feds and states cracking down on illegal immigration then you are a pro-illegal or pro-illegals. I could use the term pro-criminals seeing how illegal immigration is a crime but it is too broad a term. So I just use the term pro-illegals or pro-illegal seeing hot it is a term that described people who are pro-illegal immigration.

    i don't know anyone who is "pro-illegal"
    If you say so, but people like to lie all the time on the internet so I wonder how truthful you actually are.
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    Re: Thousands march in Phoenix to protest immigration law

    From USAToday
    A new survey out today says more American voters want an immigration law in their own state that's similar to the controversial one adopted by Arizona.
    The non-partisan Quinnipiac University Poll shows American voters say by 48%-35% that they want an immigration law like the one in Arizona, which requires law enforcement officials to ask someone's legal status if there is "reasonable suspicion" to believe the person is in the USA illegally.

    Poll: More Americans want an Arizona-style immigration law in their states - On Politics: Covering the US Congress, Governors, and the 2010 Election - USATODAY.com
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    Re: Thousands march in Phoenix to protest immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_Patrick View Post
    Well, when thousands of people turn out for a protest against the law, it tells me that people are pretty split about it.
    With over 4 million people here in the Phoenix area, 30 thousand is less than 1 %, just a small percentage of the population.

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    Re: Thousands march in Phoenix to protest immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiseone View Post
    Ya all those illegals, ok they dont count, friends and families of illegals, aren't people at all and don't matter because you disagree. I know thats not what you meant to say but its what you are literally saying...
    All those illegals don't vote, so, in a sense, they don't count.

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    Re: Thousands march in Phoenix to protest immigration law

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    I was replying to your comment that "people are pretty split about it". Not so much. It's pretty one-sided, especially down here.
    I wonder how many of those protesters came from LA.
    There is no such thing as a “Natural Born Dual-Citizen“.

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    I didnt have to read the article to tell you that you cant read.

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