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Arizona Immigration Argument May Lead to National ID

• Bloomberg
 Can the police stop you and make you show your papers? In Europe, the answer has long been yes.

On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court took up the issue -- and from what the justices said at oral argument, it seems the U.S. might soon be getting more European. Or at least one step closer to requiring a national ID card.

The Arizona law before the court, S.B. 1070, makes it a state crime to be an illegal immigrant, and for illegal immigrants to seek work. It empowers the police to arrest anyone suspected of committing a crime that would merit deportation, even if the crime occurred in a different state.

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Comment by Laura Ludwig
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 What good is it going to do to win the voter ID law to make it look like voter fraud will be behind us when Obama has already outsourced our votes to be counted by a company in France called SCYTL.     This company is owned by none other than Soros, so the idea of a fair and honest vote goes out the window. Obama must have zero confidence or conscience to have to stoop to stealing votes to win. His perception is winning is disgusting to me.