Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Much of new Arizona law frozen

A legal analyst wrote on that "A federal judge in Phoenix Wednesday ordered Arizona officials to delay indefinitely much of the enforcement of the state's controversial new immigration law, declaring major portions of the measure an impermissible burden on federal resources and priorities."

Yeah, well, duh.... The Arizona cops go out and grab illegal aliens and turn them over to ICE... I guess that would be a burden on "federal resources". Of course, if the Feds were doing their job, that burden would already be there!

U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton froze "...provisions that required a check of immigration status for anyone stopped by police under "reasonable suspicion" of unlawful status..." Good job, Judge Bolton. Now the cops can't do their jobs.

Judge Bolton is worried that "...officers will wrongfully arrest legal resident aliens under the new [law]..."

I've got some news for her. Legal resident aliens are not the problem. All they have to do is carry their visitor papers with them. That's no different than anywhere else in the world. Try going to Mexico and not having your papers in order. Can anyone spell J-A-I-L?

Arizona will appeal to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

1 comment:

M.U.G. said...

Arizona will not have to worry about that to much longer as I had a dream last night our president is planing on signing an executive order giving all of them, their families and relatives in Mexico citizenship.