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  • 10-08-2011, 03:29 PM
    mjc
    Quote Originally Posted by 2manymustangs View Post
    I know that this situation is not a big suprise to most here BUT how will Barry and the Dems play/spin this situation with the 2012 election right around the corner???

    Will they downplay this LAW or will they try to exploit it somehow for political mileage???


    " The federal government filed the challenge to the U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta. It claimed Alabama's new law "is highly likely to expose persons lawfully in the United States, including school children, to new difficulties in routine dealings."

    US asks court to halt state immigration law - Yahoo! News
    This will help with the latino and illegal vote that's how
  • 10-08-2011, 03:16 PM
    5sangers
    I'd like to propose my own immigration law. Let every off duty law officer in the country round up illegals pay the officer $1000 per and send them back to where ever they came from including the other side of a very large fence. I dont care if they are the landscape help, factory labor or president, oh did that slip out. Figure that 1000 and another 1000 for transport and hell another 1000 for some paper work and we are still up $7000 from the $10000 that estimates say every illegal costs government and thats just the first year savings. We now have millions of jobs open that Americans will do because of the shit economy and because we cut government bennies by the same percentage as the percent of jobs that open up by our departing friends. 20% more openings in the job market 20% less on the dole. Dont want to work we'll draw straws, short straw works or gets introduced to hunger. Imagine the boost to our economy from the new money the law officer has , increase in charitable contributions because of the thriving markets , less taxes because of fewer government hand outs. These third world countries get back their hard working citizens. sound like a win-win all around. Sound radical, how radical is the journey from capitalism to socialism??????
  • 10-07-2011, 02:40 PM
    2manymustangs

    Surprise... Alabama immigration law challenged...

    I know that this situation is not a big suprise to most here BUT how will Barry and the Dems play/spin this situation with the 2012 election right around the corner???

    Will they downplay this LAW or will they try to exploit it somehow for political mileage???


    " The federal government filed the challenge to the U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta. It claimed Alabama's new law "is highly likely to expose persons lawfully in the United States, including school children, to new difficulties in routine dealings."

    US asks court to halt state immigration law - Yahoo! News

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