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ACLU issues warnings for travel to Arizona

• MSNBC
The nation's top civil liberties group on Wednesday issued travel alerts for Arizona, saying the state's new law cracking down on illegal immigrants could lead to racial profiling and warrantless arrests. American Civil Liberties Union affiliates in Arizona, New Mexico and 26 other states put out the warnings in advance of the Fourth of July weekend.

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Comment by Found Zero
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Cur your ears off?

 

Seepy Van Gogh?

Comment by Concerned Patriot
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Sorry O that thing was so awful I tried to cut my ears off and ended up in the ER for awhile, that thing was just, just awful

Comment by Found Zero
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Seepy WTF? I publish my bestest song in like 200 years and you don't even criticize it or shoot me down? None of you guys do?

 

I'm getting seriously disapponted with the level of trolling around here.

Comment by Concerned Patriot
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Dracula spelled "nazi" wrong

EPIC FAIL

Come on four letter word and you got it wrong

Comment by Dracula Tepish
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the yuppie hippy trash or is it the variant of nazie hate mongers also known as jews who are not jews who push the garbage lies again the aclu are bunch of commie cs who are antiamerican go home you monkey freaks we don want you or antilife programs and your madaline the ohare anit prayer go to hell that where you commie dogs belong 

Comment by Die Daily
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The only people that need worry about this law is anyone who the cops feel like bothering. And who doesn't want DHS to database every nuance of their existence. And anyone who is actually brave.

Comment by Anonymous
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The only persons who reasonably need worry about this law are illegal aliens and those gutless wonders who jokingly call themselves 'brave Americans'. 

Comment by Anonymous
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      It’s tough to travel to Arizona these days. Since any Arizona police officer uses only SUSPICION to stop anyone on the road that looks like Mexican, an armed agent of the law itching to catch a Mexican-looking tourist is by law given the opportunity to act like God.  He alone decides whether you are “arrestable” or not. Racial bigots in uniform are happy with this law.

     I am unhappy with this law. I love Arizona and I have relatives and great friends in Arizona. It’s a lovely State located nearest to California where I live. I am an American citizen.

      My problem is although I am not a Mexican, I look exactly if not more, like a Mexican. Even my name sounds Mexican. I will have a business trip to Arizona in a month or so. But ACLU shouldn’t worry about me.  I will wear a Mask that will make me look like the incumbent governor of Arizona. No police officer will ever know the real me when I wear this Mask. And I just don’t mean wearing a mask literally. 

     Even my masked voice imitating the governor will sound genuine, I assure you! So my advice is, if you are from another State but you look like Mexican and you want to go to Arizona, just wear a Mask! Don’t give ACLU this opportunity to blow their horn indecently louder than it should. Knowing what the intentions of ACLU are, blowing their horn at an opportune time sounds so awfully obscene, similar to hearing this objectionable beating of the drum of pornography that busts my very sensitive eardrum.

     I tell you I could easily outsmart bigotry in Arizona if it really exists as Obama thinks it does [he is suing Arizona], but ACLU … ouch, I couldn’t stand them!

     

Comment by Found Zero
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Got a song for you guys. Again.

 

http://dataspheric.com/shesMyYoungThing.ogg

Comment by Found Zero
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I once talked to a scorpion and it said "I will hurt you".

I said "yeah, I heard". He was this little squiggly thing, kind of translucent. He looked most like this plant we used to call "pipe medicine" because it looked like a pipe and it was good if somebody got a stick poked in their eye, because you could squeeze Pipe Medicine into their eye and it had a fluid like glycerine in it that is very soothing for eye injuries. It's a very fragile flower and just looking at them can make them fall. And they only flower in summer so if you get an eye injury in winter you are pretty much screwed. But we also had this stuff we called Squirrel Tail and that we could gather and make poultices out of and provide topical pain relief. Including eye injuries and tooth problems which are known to be particularly vexing.

Of course I refer to a people that had this stuff called "black moss" that literally takes the skin off your body. Some folks swear by it for melanoma but it sounds a mere step away from medieval torture to me.

Comment by Found Zero
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Oyate also issues these warning to travelers in Northern Arizona (NAZ):

1. Do not cool your heels and splash around in Granite Creek in Prescott. It's full of nice, cool, fresh water so don't do that.

2. Do not similarly visit Slide Rock in Sedona, there to enjoy a series of waterfalls and whirlpools with these interconnecting chutes you can belly surf down. And don't enjoy the awesome cliff-diving there.

3. Do not avail yourself of getting totally loopy in the desert and howling back at coyotes because nobody is around to hear you or care.

4. Do not wake up and look fully into the face of a javalina who says "howdy, I was wondering if you were gonna wake up".

5. Do not notice that there is a rattlesnake under every bush.

6. Do not see what the eyes of the iguana sees. Do not see what the eyes of the scorpion sees. Do not see what the eyes of the black widow sees and she hides in daytime under rotting leaves.


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