Friday, April 30, 2010

Arizona: Just Doing the Job that the American Government wouldn't Do!

Entering America via Mexico/Arizona border bypassing Ellis Island

Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona signed the nation’s toughest bill on illegal immigration into law on Friday. Its aim is to identify, prosecute and deport illegal immigrants.-- RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD
One might say that Arizona is doing the job that the Federal government wouldn’t do and one would be absolutely correct.

Arizona has defined the debate with respect to what kind of country America is. And they have done it with their new law on illegal entry. Arizona law enforces the existing Federal law—law which is meant to protect the borders of this country from illegal entry into this country. (see article)

Not since Sodomites attempted to rape angels in the biblical account of Sodom and Gomorrah have we seen such open defiance against what is good and what is right as we see with Mexicans in this country illegally and their supporters.

Here is what the new Arizona law has done; it has helped to define what illegal entry into the United States is, it has restructured the illegal alien debate into only two categories; individuals who are and who advocate lawless (law breakers) opposed to individuals who are lawful. And as a bonus it also forces us to address the meaning of the word illegal. (see Arizona bill SB 1070)

If one is an illegal alien or an illegal immigrant by definition one is a violator of the law.  If the government chooses to ignore violators of the law then the government is broken not the law.

If you are against Arizona ’s illegal entry law you are advocating lawless. And you clearly don’t believe that American is a nation of laws. If you support Arizona ’s illegal entry law you are lawful and you believe in law and order.

Arizona ’s illegal entry law like the Federal illegal entry law is intended to protect the American people. Federal illegal entry law is not presently being enforced purely for political advantage.

Democrats all but encourage illegal aliens to vote in American elections so that Democrats can gain and retain political power. This explains why the president of the United States would come out against a fair and just law as he did when he came out against Arizona’s illegal entry law. (see 2:51min video)

The law was to take effect 90 days after the legislative session ends, meaning by August. Court challenges were expected immediately. -- RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD

The reason the president opposes the Arizona illegal immigrant law is Arizona intends to enforce their law unlike the Federal government’s negligence with respect to its own federal illegal entry law.

When you hear someone speaking against Arizona and its illegal entry law that person is a lawless person. What that means is that person is speaking on the side of lawlessness and he or she supports the open breaking of laws. When you hear someone speaking in support of what Arizona has done with its illegal entry law that person is speaking on the side of lawfulness.

Today there exist two types of people in our country those who support and advocate for breaking the law as the president is doing and those who support and advocate for abiding by the law.

For example imagine that anyone who chooses could access to your banking accounts and as a result of that access they could take money out of your account any time they wanted to.

In addition to that the account intruder or thief began to pass your account information to their family and friends and they all began to take money out of your account.

Now imagine that when you found out about this illegal access to your account you changed your account to restrict access to your account.

Because you did that the thieves began to stigmatize you calling you greedy, uncaring, selfish and a dirty Capitalist.

A scenario like what’s above is presently occurring in this nation.

America is all of our account because we are Americans. As Americans citizenship is our access code and no one else should be able to illegally gain access our account.

Yet Mexican Nationals who are citizens of Mexico have gained illegal access to our account and they have passed out our access code to their family and friends.

When Americans in Arizona changed the access code to their state in order to prevent the illegal access to their account they are being demonized as racist, xenophobic, unjust, racial profilers, haters and the like.

None of the above is true. Arizonians are not racist because they wish to stop citizens of another country from invading this country and robbing us of our assets while they bring the problems of the lawlessness of Mexico to our communities.

Mexican illegal entry into America is not to be confused with the Ellis Island legal immigration process no matter how many people march in the streets on May the first, no matter how many pejorative that illegal Mexican nationals and their supports hurl at America citizens because Americans want the end of illegal entry into this country.

Arizona has defined the issue of illegality in this country. We now know who supports lawlessness and who supports the law. Anyone who cast aspersions on Arizona is an enemy to the Constitution, an enemy to law and order and an enemy to the American people.

America doesn’t need an overhaul of its immigration laws what American needs is its present laws to be enforced. If you believe that the system is broken you have no further to look than Washington D.C. that’s where the system is broken because the Federal government refuses to enforce its immigration laws.

Arizona has shown us the way to fix it, which state is next?


  1. Anonymous12:00 PM

    I had no idea that Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Charles Krauthammer, Mike Huckabee and a slew of right-wingers were "lawless persons." Thanks for clearing that up.

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  3. If any of the above mentioned advocate for the disregarding of present immigration law then yes they are lawless. That is why Huckabee and J. Bush will never be president.

    As for Krauthammer, who is usually a voice for reason, I don't know his views on the matter.

  4. "Arizona has shown us the way to fix it, which state is next? "

    I wouldn't expect much to happen in other states as it is mid-term election year. Politicians don't want to take a chance on giving up their free ride.