I saw a quote on here the other day that I just loved. It went something like this, soapbox, debate, ballot box, bullets and use them in that order.
My question is, just how close are we to bullets. Once again Obama and his administration are thumbing their nose at us and the states. Arizona had enough. They had enough of the half a million criminals living in their state, had enough of the millions of dollars real citizens were paying to keep these folks up, tired of the federal government not doing their job, so they took the job into their own hands and rightfully so. They did not make a new law up for enforcement of their border, they simply copied the current federal law, but gave power to the officers doing the job. They clearly stated that racial profiling would not only be not OK, but it would be illegal. Yet day after day the POS in office and his cronies spoke out against the law even though they had not read it. They even went as far as bringing in the Mexican president to trash the people of Arizona and all those who support the bill, lets remember over 70% in Arizona and over 60% in the country support the law, and the democrats applauded a foreigner trashing our citizens.
But wait it gets worse. Now Obama’s appointee to ICE has made it clear that the fed may not, which means they will not, accept illegals captured by Arizona cops who are turned over to ICE. Is he serious and why is Obama not retracting the statement by saying that while he does not agree with the law having not read it, but until it is thrown out, he will force his federal officers to enforce the law? Janet Napilatano has also stated that the federal government and ICE is not required to accept those deemed criminal by a state. In what world does she live in where United States law enforcement officers are not required to enforce a law?
Well we have had enough. There is not a cop in this country that would keep his or her job if they refused to enforce a lawful order or law. In fact they may even find themselves with cuffs on their wrists.We know, Mr Obama, that you feel you are above our laws. You have demonstrated this time and time again. We know you think you are smarter than the rest of us and that you will decide what is best for us all. But enough is enough and if you are the jokes you put in power keep thumbing your noses at us, keep abusing our rights, keep ripping our constitution apart, and continue to attempt forced sexual intercourse with us without at least being decent enough to use lube and say thanks at the end, we will fight back. We have been and still are willing to try to vote you out in November of this year and in November of 2012, but do not push us much more. We will enforce our borders with our without you, and if you keep trying to stick your nose in our business and keep getting in the way, do not cry foul when you get winged. And push us much more and the men and women who fought for the countries freedom in our first war, will not be the last ones to do the same.
A man backed into a corner has nothing to do but come out swinging. You, Mr Obama, are not bad enough to handle us when we start swinging!
Top Department of Homeland Security official reportedly said his agency will not necessarily process illegal immigrants referred to them by Arizona authorities.
John Morton, assistant secretary of homeland security for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, made the comment during a meeting on Wednesday with the editorial board of the Chicago Tribune, the newspaper reports.
"I don’t think the Arizona law, or laws like it, are the solution," Morton told the newspaper.
The best way to reduce illegal immigration is through a comprehensive federal approach, he said, and not a patchwork of state laws.
The law, which criminalizes being in the state illegally and requires authorities to check suspects for immigration status, is not "good government," Morton said.
In response to Morton’s comments, DHS officials said President Obama has ordered the Department of Justice to examine the civil rights and other implications of the law.
"That review will inform the government’s actions going forward," DHS spokesman Matt Chandler told Fox News on Friday.
Meanwhile, DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano said ICE is not obligated to process illegal immigrants referred to them by Arizona authorities.
"ICE has the legal discretion to accept or not to accept persons delivered to it by non-federal personnel," Napolitano said. "It also has the discretion to deport or not to deport persons delivered to it by any government agents, even its own."
Morton, according to a biography posted on ICE’s website, began his federal service in 1994 and has held numerous positions at the Department of Justice, including as a trial attorney and special assistant to the general counsel in the former Immigration and Naturalization Service and as counsel to the deputy attorney general.
Border apprehensions in Arizona, where roughly 500,000 illegal immigrants are estimated to be living, are up 6 percent since October, according to federal statistics. Roughly 6.5 million residents live in Arizona.