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Originally posted by Light of Night
reply to post by ModernAcademia
Read the bill.
All the bill does is gives Arizona authorities to enforce Federal law. The bill doesn't give police authority to just stop people and ask for their "papers".
Originally posted by ModernAcademia
Originally posted by FiatLux
My point is, sooner or later, after staying the course for so long without results, do we take matters into our own hands? I believe we have every right to.
No you don't!
“The controversial new Arizona immigration-enforcement law raises several important legal issues and will certainly be challenged in court. The U.S. Constitution makes it clear that the federal government alone has the responsibility to enact and enforce immigration laws.
“In addition, the law might lead to racial profiling and possible violations of the Fourth Amendment, which guarantees the right against unreasonable searches and seizures, and the Fourteenth Amendment, which guarantees equal protection under the law.”
Where does it end???
No, wrong question!
The question is.. where does it start!!!!!!!!
Could there be a civil rights problem? hell yea, if the law is abused.
Originally posted by Hadriel
Since they used beans, can I we call them beaners? No ? Sorry..........