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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Should States Be Able to Stop Illegal Immigration When the Federal Government Fails?



Should states like Arizona, Alabama, Utah or even Illinois be able to enact laws and take action to stop illegal immigration when the federal government fails?

The US Supreme Court will review recent decisions that could clarify this question in terms of law...what do you say?

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

The "states right issue" is usually a cover for racism or a way for the "Christian" right to pervert science and education in general, BUT, on this one I think when the Feds are failing to enforce the law, the state needs to protect it's sovereignty.

Anonymous said...

is it just me or is it strange the Obama administration is fighting states from enforcing the law?

if local police find someone violating federal law with drugs, weapons or whatever, are they supposed to look the other way because it's a federal issue?