States pushing to follow AZ illegal immigration law
Looks like AZ passing a law to actually enforce the law is grabbing a foot hold with other states. We already know, Texas, New Mexico and Iowa is talking about simular measures, better add a few more states to the list
Hey Gare, can you change the title on this thread to something like "States pushing to follow AZ illegal immigration law"? Because I have a feeling this is going to go viral
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Re: States pushing to follow AZ illegal immigration law
FINALLY!!!!! The Mayor of Albuquerque, New Mexico , Mayor Richard Berry, has made it mandatory that EVERY person that is arrested and brought in for booking in Albquerque, is to be fingerprinted.....Now, thats not so special, BUT, there are ICE officers stationed there 24/7 that also enter the prints into there data base to check if the person is in this country legally! If not, and they are tried and sentenced, they are DEPORTED after there jail time! May not be big news anywhere else, but here in New Mexico, even our Governor is against any anti illegal measures......I honestly don't know why everyone has this image of the poor mexican man, wife and 20 kids , sneaking into the U.S.A. so that he can "make a better life for his family". Watch the news, the majority of illegals crossing are anywhere from 12-40 years old...and not because they want to work....i watched a show from "Best of the West" hunting show...THEY watched ( and filmed, and contacted ICE)8 or 9 illegals ferrying drugs into the U.S. around the Southwest corner of New Mexico......I honestly think the people of this country are getting tired of all this politically correct bullshoot.....time to take care of business.......
Girl came here illegally with her parents when she was 10.
She attended school, graduated HS and is now in a GA University.
She gets pulled over and is found to be here illegally and is arrested.
The Feds decide to give her a year before starting deportation proceedings.
So, GA turned her over to the Feds to remove her from the state, they release her so she can come back.
We don't need no stinking state law. The Feds are handling it just fine.
I love the part in the article about " this is the type of person we need in America, she has a 3.8 grade point average"
So because she has a good GPA it is ok that she breaks the law? Hell I had a 3.6 does that mean that I could of went and robbed a bank and as long as I didn't hurt anyone that I should have been let off or would I of had to have a 3.8 to have been let off?
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