Get ready ladies and gentlemen, because this is where the metal meets the meat.
Smell the sweat, and the bad breath. Arizona has two choices here: fight or flight. Somehow given the problems they are having and the lack of the federal government to do..well..anything….fight will be their option. I can’t see them going quietly in to that good night, not at this stage. Further since a majority of Americans supported this law, it casts a very grim light on our federal government system.
This could get extremely ugly folks. Think secession ain’t a possibility? Think again. Anything is possible when you start talking about governmental sovereignty and the protection of citizens.
And it applies to more than just Arizona. Sarah Boltons ruling paves the way for illegals to come and openly seek and take jobs in the United States.
…..Court therefore does not enjoin the
following provisions of S.B. 1070:
Section 7 of S.B. 1070
A.R.S. § 23-212: amending the crime of knowing employment of
Section 8 of S.B. 1070
A.R.S. § 23-212.01: amending the crime of intentional employment of
Section 9 of S.B. 1070
A.R.S. § 23-214: amending the requirements for checking employment
12 Million Americans are out of work and this Administration just opened the flood gates for another country to come and take the jobs we do have without those individuals paying a solitary dime in taxes.
Furthermore this brings up a very ugly reality about both our judicial-ship and our current administration:
They don’t care about you and I.
Just about the possible votes they can get and staying in office.
However there is a silver lining in all this.
If states are not allowed to enforce federal law, based on this judges reasoning does that mean states will not have to enforce ObamaCare to its residency?