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Immigration Pushed To The Forefront Again.... Thanks! To Everyone Who Has Propelled This Issue To Its' Rightful Position. Years Of Hard Work Are Paying Off.....Keep Up The Good Work!......
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Old 03-03-2014, 08:45 AM
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Default Supreme Court Refuses Farmers Branch, and Hazelton Appeals

Well, it's read 'em and weep I'm afraid. The Supreme court has refuse to hear both local ordinance cases that would have allowed cities and counties to enforce laws preventing renting to illegals and other services. It's not a big surprise really, as this was a long-shot from the start. Immigration enforcement is clearly the constitutionally prescribed remedy for the government that refuses to do it. the ruling class has this one sewed up, and now it's time to blow this method off. Can't really blame them for trying, and really, it makes sense that what's good for the goose should be for the gander, but when the goose is corrupt and powerful, ganders are denied equal protection. In this case, we have cities and counties...and states too now, passing laws that say they won't cooperate with federal immigration laws, which is in anyone's good interpretation, making immigration laws. But when a municipality tries to write a pro-enforcement law, that one is of course challenged and overturned under constitutional grounds Yes, that's what we call duplicity, but it's not the court practicing it; it's the federal executive branch. they should be challenging the sanctuary laws as zealously as they have Farmers Branch and Hazelton ordinances for the sake of propriety. But as mentioned, the institution is corrupt. that's where we need to direct our anger, and not the court, which is bound by constitutional law and respects it more than the executive branch



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