Invasion USA: The US Recapture of Arizona

Slowly but surely we are taking back our country from the mass invasion of illegal immigrants. Beginning in January of 2008, a new law goes into effect in Arizona. Under the employer sanctions law, businesses found to have knowingly hired illegal workers will be subject to sanctions from probation to a 10-day suspension of their business licenses. A second violation would bring permanent revocation of the license. And according to a CNN report, the law is already having the desired affect, before it's even in place.

This is just another example of how states are able to bring about change in illegal immigration simply by passing laws which enforce what the Feds should have been doing all along. This was a simple gesture. It's already illegal under federal law to knowingly hire an illegal alien, but the Feds have chosen not to enforce this. It probably wasn't strictly necessary to pass a state law, but in this case it was passed by the voters and goes on record that the people of Arizona are fed up.

Of course, as is the norm, CNN tries to spin this as an evil oppression of hard working people who are just trying to make a living. The fact is, these people are criminals. They broke the law in crossing the border. They broke it again by getting a job. They've likely broken it yet again with fake identities. They are a drain on our resources. We shouldn't be made to feel sorry for a bunch of thugs with no regard for the law being driven back to where they belong.

Kudos to the people of Arizona. What you do here today will provide a badly needed example of how effective simple enforcement can be. Hopefully other border states will respond by passing their own versions of the same.
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"It is pointless to resist, my son." -- Darth Vader
"Resistance is futile." -- The Borg
"Mother's coming for me in the dragon ships. I don't like these itchy clothes, but I have to wear them or it frightens the fish." -- Thurindil

Well. I guess that's that then.

       
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Posted on Dec 22, 2007 10:22 am by Samson in: | 3 comment(s) [Closed]
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Nice to see that Arizona's taking a far better approach than the leaders of the city of El Paso (Texas) did. In El Paso, not only has the city council declared spanish to be the official city language (every street sign is in spanish (with those on the interstate duplicated in smaller print in english)) but many merchants there accept pesos as payment for products and services as well.

       
El Paso is somehow not a Spanish name because it's in the US? Good for them! Get that ethnic history thing going. We need more towns like that to keep us fresh. I'm gonna drive down to Menominee and petition that they change all their street signs to whichever Native American language that name came from. DOWN WITH ENGLISH!

       
It had nothing to do with ethnic history, it had to do with making life easier for all the illegal immigrants.

       
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