Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Should American Immigration Law Be Enforced?

We are being put to the test.

Should American Immigration Law be enforced? Do any of our laws mean anything beyond the capricious whims of the momentary elite?

These are the questions that Arizona has put to the nation.

The Democrat-Left would like to make it an issue of race. Will they succeed in confusing the enforcement of our immigration laws with racism?

We will see over the next several days and months if Americans will be cowed by the fear of being called racist by the welfare pimps and whores in our midst, or if the Rule of Law will be respected and upheld as a core principle that guides our nation.

If the the concept of Rule of Law is subverted by the welfare pimps and whores of the Democrat-Left, we will be left with a nation that pretends to respect the law, but in fact bends to the Rule of Men.

1 comment:

  1. Should American Immigration Law Be Enforced?

    No. Because enforcing it is racist and unconstitutional according to Al Sharpton and Barak Hussein 0bama.

    And I don't know who better to speak out for the (legal) residents of Arizona than a life-long bloviating Chicago hack and a racist New York shakedown artist.

    I predict Arizona will stand fast in all the adverse publicity, but the law will ultimately be overruled by the Feds....


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