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Obama Administration Files Suit against Arizona Immigration Law
By: Todd Kinsey
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
As expected the Obama administration filed suit against Arizona’s Immigration Law that is scheduled
to begin enforcement on July 29th. The suit argues that Arizona’s law oversteps Federal authority. The
suit filed in Federal Court says, "In our constitutional system, the federal government has pre-eminent
authority to regulate immigration matters, this authority derives from the United States Constitution
and numerous acts of Congress. The nation's immigration laws reflect a careful and considered
balance of national law enforcement, foreign relations, and humanitarian interests."   

How nice it is of the administration to consider the constitution for once, I guess there’s a first time for
everything.

Of course Arizona would never have had to pass a law to protect their citizens if the United States
Government would do its most important job, protect its citizens. The Constitution is pretty clear; “We
the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure
domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the
Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the
United States of America.

Of course welfare in this case means interests, safety, or wellbeing not what it has come to mean,
which is free stuff. Nowhere in that sentence does it say we are obligated to secure Mexico’s
blessings or provide for anyone other than the citizens of the United States. And admittedly, the
problem is chronic. Neither Democrats nor Republicans have been willing to do anything about this
for years for fear of alienating Hispanic voters.

What the overwhelming majority of Americans want this administration and our government to do is
secure our borders and take care of America first. Then and only then do we need to worry about the
rest of the world. According to the
Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) illegal
immigrants are costing the United States and estimated $113 Billion per year or just over $1,100.00
per LEGAL household. I don’t know about you but I’d like to have that money added back to my
paycheck.

Ultimately this case is probably headed to the Supreme Court and won’t be decided for quite some
time. This case will go a long way towards deciding other possible battles over states rights such as
the health care bill.

Strangely the administration and the justice department have an open and shut case against the
Black Panther Party and turn their back on the rule of law. We also have video of the Black Panther's
blatantly using hate speech and inciting violence saying "that if you want freedom then you gonna have
to kill some crackers."



















The hypocrisy of this administration is certainly never ceases to amaze. On one hand you have a state
that passes a law to supplement the national law and allow their local law enforcement to do the job
that the United States government won't. On the other hand they let a racist organization get away with
voter intimidation, hate speech, and inciting violence. When will this nightmare end?

See you in the trenches...

Todd Kinsey
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