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    State Department Stands By Decision to Include Arizona in U.N. Human Rights Report

    This is one of the funniest political stories about a major political player that I've seen for quite some time. At least one that doesn't do irreparable damage.

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    re: State Department Stands By Decision to Include Arizona in U.N. Human Rights Report

    Hillary began her campaign for Pres. on Wed. I think with a new ad that ran in New Orleans. This is about gaining support from the illegal alien voters registered by ACORN and others.

    She has said she would most likely be in her current position for 1 term. Her new ad can be seen here: Hot Air » Oh yes: First ?Hillary 2012? ad hits the airwaves

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    re: State Department Stands By Decision to Include Arizona in U.N. Human Rights Report

    Hillary began her campaign for Pres. on Wed. I think with a new ad that ran in New Orleans. This is about gaining support from the illegal alien voters registered by ACORN and others.

    She has said she would most likely be in her current position for 1 term. Her new ad can be seen here: Hot Air » Oh yes: First ?Hillary 2012? ad hits the airwaves

    The whole AD thing is questionable. But the attacks on AZ and Sheriff Joe are real and a little frightening since they mirror the Federal laws Obama and many previously in the White House refused to address.

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    re: State Department Stands By Decision to Include Arizona in U.N. Human Rights Report

    Hillary is a tattletale.
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    "Fly-over" country voted, and The Donald is now POTUS.

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    re: State Department Stands By Decision to Include Arizona in U.N. Human Rights Report

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    This is one of the funniest political stories about a major political player that I've seen for quite some time. At least one that doesn't do irreparable damage.

    FOXNews.com - State Department Stands By Decision to Include Arizona in U.N. Human Rights Report
    This is why the only people who trust the Obama administration to handle illegal immigration are pro-illegals. Because they know that the only way Obama will handle it is with amnesty.
    "A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murder is less to fear"

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    re: State Department Stands By Decision to Include Arizona in U.N. Human Rights Report

    What a shame that this great nation is being reduced to being sent to sit in the corner like an errant child.

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    re: State Department Stands By Decision to Include Arizona in U.N. Human Rights Report

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    This is one of the funniest political stories about a major political player that I've seen for quite some time. At least one that doesn't do irreparable damage.

    FOXNews.com - State Department Stands By Decision to Include Arizona in U.N. Human Rights Report
    I say, good for her. It shows a modicum of maturity that Americans are stepping up and finally telling other Americans that something they're doing is wrong -- I say bravo to Clinton, and I'm rather impressed.

    Brewer's response, however, was much less mature. He essentially said, "Hey, you can't turn me in for human rights violations, I'm an American! I don't have to listen to that "international law" nonsense!"

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    re: State Department Stands By Decision to Include Arizona in U.N. Human Rights Report

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    This is why the only people who trust the Obama administration to handle illegal immigration are pro-illegals. Because they know that the only way Obama will handle it is with amnesty.
    Like Reagan did.


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    re: State Department Stands By Decision to Include Arizona in U.N. Human Rights Report

    Quote Originally Posted by Le Marteau View Post
    I say, good for her. It shows a modicum of maturity that Americans are stepping up and finally telling other Americans that something they're doing is wrong -- I say bravo to Clinton, and I'm rather impressed.

    Brewer's response, however, was much less mature. He essentially said, "Hey, you can't turn me in for human rights violations, I'm an American! I don't have to listen to that "international law" nonsense!"

    But there's nothing wrong with the AZ law. All the AZ law does more or less is mirror the Federal immigration law. Because the Feds are incompetent AZ had to do something about the problem.
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    re: State Department Stands By Decision to Include Arizona in U.N. Human Rights Report

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny View Post
    But there's nothing wrong with the AZ law. All the AZ law does more or less is mirror the Federal immigration law. Because the Feds are incompetent AZ had to do something about the problem.
    The problem with Arizona's new immigration law is not that it's anti-immigration -- that's a perfectly reasonable thing to be in a border-province where legal and illegal immigration is a problem. The problem with it is the arbitrary nature of the law -- a random stop by a bigoted patrolman with your last name being "Lopez", and you could be in a bureaucratic nightmare proving you're a legal resident -- if you're not deported outright.

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