Thursday, April 22, 2010

Immigration Enforcement Heats Up in Arizona

A new bill in Arizona instructing law enforcement to enforce immigration laws met opposition yesterday from the immigration amnesty crowd.
Leaders at rallies called for "comprehensive, practical and sensible immigration reform." In other words, amnesty for all illegals living in the U.S. and free movement back and forth across the border for illegals. That is impossible to go back to, and they know it.

Pope John Paul II once said “When freedom does not have a purpose, when it does not wish to know anything about the rule of law engraved in the hearts of men and women, when it does not listen to the voice of conscience, it turns against humanity and society.”

One humorous quote from a poster in the Yuma Daily Sun today reads: "EVEN OUR GUY, RAUL GRIJALVA IS AGAINST THE BILL." Big surprise. Grijalva has some of the most extreme views about immigration and the border, calling civilians who try to stop illegals "racist" and guilty of hate crimes.

According to Grijalva, "There's a violation of federal law when you carry guns on national lands. There are issues of intimidation, violations of civil rights, and violations of the federal hate crime statute."

I'm wondering how the family of Robert Krentz feels about that, Raul?

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