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Originally posted by Bob Sholtz
you paint it as someone being hasseled non stop to provide their "papers". that isn't very accurate. i doubt anyone in the nice parts of town will even be bothered. who will then? the people walking around, causing trouble, looking like they don't belong.
Originally posted by Logarock
All true but Arizona is having some problems right now that are particular to the area.
Originally posted by VintageEnvy
Teapartiers don't care about other people's liberties, they just care about making noise about things they have no solutions to. They protest against taxes in public funded parks for christ sake.
Originally posted by Imightknow
Nicely put! Most Tea party members have no idea why they are even members or what they plan on doing after they are done whining like immature spoiled rich kids and spitting our racial slurs.
Originally posted by damwel
Now Skunknuts, you know darn good and well that tea partiers only protest when they can walk around with signs slamming Obama and calling him Marx and Hitler. Since it's a state issue they don't care about the loss of freedoms that they can't blame on Obama.
Here is an issue that separates the true libertarian Ron Paul tea-partiers from the authoritarian Sarah Palin republican in sheep's clothing tea-baggers.
Originally posted by pajoly
reply to post by skunknuts
"You there, papers!" demanded the burly and shaved head cop in his crisp black battle uniform with combat boots to the vaguely Mexican looking woman pushing her child in a stroller.
"Go get 'em!" belligerently shouted the old Tea Partier ambling his obese body down the sidewalk.
"Go back to your own home!" nastily yelled a woman driving by with a fish emblem on her minivan.
Welcome to America, circa 2010. Full of intolerant, cowardly, fear-ridden, hateful and hypocritical people. So long as they get what they want, they embrace a police state.
The number of tunnels being used to smuggle illegal drugs across the Southwestern border grew by more than half from 2008 to 2009, according to a March 25 report from the National Drug Intelligence Center.
In Fiscal Year (FY) 2009, U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agents stationed along U.S.-Mexico border discovered 26 illegal tunnels – a 60 percent increase over the 16 tunnels that authorities discovered in 2008.
Most of the subterranean routes were discovered in Arizona, with 20 found in the “Tucson Sector” – a 262-mile long section of the border from the New Mexico state line to Yuma County, Ariz., the NDIC reported in its 2010 annual drug assessment.