Arizona in U.N. Human Rights Report

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  1. Jedi Knight

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  2. Bob Alkire

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    "The State Department included a Justice Department lawsuit against Arizona's immigration law into a United Nations human rights report to show how U.S. rule of law can be an example to the world, a State Department spokesman said Monday."

    What bad folks the people in Az. are. They believe this is a country of law, but our federal government doesn't want to enforce the immigration law, due to the votes they will get from the Hispanic folks.

    So our federal government wishes to throw Az. under the bus, but what are they saying in the UN about Saudi Arabia and other in the Muslim world? Az. is correct I believe.
     
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    And Hillary is head of the State Department.

    Bet most Democrats who are angered by this will forget it..... if they're given a chance to elect her in 2012! What a bunch of sewer rats in the WHO.
     
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    Republicans desire the hispanic vote as well. That's why Reagan, Bush Sr. and Bush Jr. never did anything about securing our borders. This isn't just the fault of the Dems folks. Blame lies equally with both parties.
     
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    How terrible and insensitive. You should be ashamed.

    Do you have any idea how hurtful your statement is to sewer rats?


    :eek: :D :D
     
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    I agree--to an extent.

    I think the R's are motivated by greed--business interests, and to a lesser degree, votes (I think they know that they won't get carte blanche with the Hispanics--but they'll go after what they can).

    I think the D's are more sinister in their desires. They want and need a dependent culture, hooked on handouts.

    No effort is made to mainstream the Hispanic population (esp. in school).
    Citizenship is de-emphasized, or ignored outright. A full slate of free "stuff" is made available--don't worry about legality.

    Add a dash of La Raza, a teaspoon of white guilt, shake well, and serve cold...
     

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