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Arizona Senate OKs immigration enforcement bill

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[We're issuing IOUs, but we can ban  immigration (again).]

The Arizona Senate's approved a bill to enable state and local police officers to help enforce immigration laws and to make it a crime for illegal immigrants to be in the state.

The bill would prohibit state, county or local public officials from adopting policies that limit full enforcement of federal immigration law.

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Comment by Rusty Shackleford
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Good for Russell Pearce!

there is no place in this law that says you will be singled out only if you have brown skin! The illegal aliens need to go home and a fence needs to be built1 I am sick and tiered of them (IAs) killing our people and steeling our money including welfare and the earned income credit that they frodulently get from money. Why are ther still those that defend them being here???

Comment by Brock Lorber
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My, my, my.  This could be interesting.

Two more hurdles to jump before Russell Pearce finds out what police harassment is like.  I hope he has his papers in order.

Step 1: call an AZ law enforcer and insist they check Pearce's immigration status.

Step 2: sue under the Pearce amendment when they don't.

Step 3: collect $5,000 for every day they don't.

Step 4: repeat over every law enforcement agency in AZ

Step 5: encourage millions of people outside of AZ to repeat steps 1-4 using the court standing given to them in the Pearce amendment.

Now, if only I could find a group of millions of people who find Pearce as reprehensible as I do.