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- 06-25-2012, 11:23 AM #1
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ALIPAC Celebrates Supreme Court Ruling on Arizona & Vows to Spread Law To More States
ALIPAC Welcomes Supreme Court Ruling on Arizona & Vows to Spread Law to More States
For Immediate National Release
June 25, 2012
Contact: Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC)
(866) 703-0864 WilliamG@alipac.us
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) is celebrating the decision of the US Supreme Court announced this morning which upholds the key component of Arizona's enforcement only approach to deterring illegal immigration! ALIPAC is vowing to pass improved versions of Arizona's law in more states as soon as possible, to protect American workers, students, taxpayers, and voters from illegal immigration.
"This Supreme Court ruling in our favor is an historic victory for Americans fighting against the corporate sponsored illegal alien invasion of our homeland," said William Gheen President of ALIPAC. "This ruling is a great blow to the Mexican government and Barack Obama's efforts to sustain the invasion. We believe that we now have the momentum to pass versions of Arizona's SB 1070 law in many other states since the court upheld the most important provision in the bill!"
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC has over 40,000 national supporters and has helped to pass immigration enforcement laws in many states while stopping legislation designed to give taxpayer benefits like in-state tuition in more than 20 states. ALIPAC's platform seeks to stop and reverse illegal immigration in America through the adequate enforcement of America's existing border and immigration laws, instead of any changes in the law that would allow illegal aliens to form a new voting bloc that would destroy America.
"Obama has forced America into some new form of dictatorship to try to stop the mass exodus of illegal immigrants that should be following this ruling," said William Gheen. "We plan to release new activist and legislation efforts in the coming weeks that will make it clear to illegal immigrants that departing the United States on their own volition as soon as possible, is their best course of action."
National polls show that 81% of Americans support local police enforcing immigration laws and news reports indicate that illegal immigrants flee areas where local police can enforce immigration laws.
The Supreme Court did reject some of the other less important provisions in the Arizona law and ALIPAC found it disturbing to hear the same kind of illegal immigration supporting rhetoric used by globalists in the Obama and Bush administrations coming from some members of the court. They sound more concerned about illegal immigrants than suffering states, American workers and taxpayers.
For interviews or more information on ALIPAC's plan to pass improved versions of Arizona's law in more states please visit www.alipac.us
Last edited by ALIPAC; 06-25-2012 at 11:43 AM.Click here to learn more about William Gheen President of ALIPAC
- 06-25-2012, 01:26 PM #2
Arizona governor calls immigration ruling "victory" for rule of law
By David Schwartz and Tim Gaynor |
PHOENIX (Reuters) - Arizona Republican Governor Jan Brewer said on Monday a U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding a key part of the state's crackdown on illegal immigrants was a "victory for the rule of law."
"Today's decision by the U.S. Supreme Court is a victory for the rule of law," Brewer said in a statement. "It is also a victory for the 10th Amendment (of the U.S. Constitution) and all Americans who believe in the inherent right and responsibility of states to defend their citizens."
The Supreme Court upheld a key part of Arizona's crackdown on illegal immigrants, rejecting the Obama administration's stance that only the U.S. government should enforce immigration laws in the United States.
The nation's highest court, in an opinion by Justice Anthony Kennedy, upheld the state law's most controversial aspect, requiring police officers to check the immigration status of people they stop.
But in a split decision, the justices also ruled that the three other challenged provisions went too far in intruding on federal law, including one that makes it a crime for illegal immigrants to work and another that requires them to carry their documents.
"After more than two years of legal challenges, the heart of SB 1070 (the state law) can now be implemented in accordance with the U.S. Constitution," Brewer said.
Arizona governor calls immigration ruling "victory" for rule of law - Yahoo! News"The people are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our Liberty"
- 06-25-2012, 01:45 PM #3
Sorry. I see the decision as a key loss for Americans. I am particularly disappointed to see Roberts side with the liberals. For all of the law training and practice by these individuals it is most interesting to note Scalia's comment:
"If securing its territory in this fashion is not within the power of Arizona, we should cease referring to it as a sovereign State."
Over at Daily Kos they accuse Scalia of getting really crazy for saying it.
I guess I must be insane because what Justice Scalia said seems so obvious to me as to not require any legal consideration. It stands for itself. What in the world does the rest of the SCOTUS think "sovereignty" means?
Last edited by misterbill; 06-25-2012 at 01:48 PM. Reason: typos
- 06-25-2012, 01:50 PM #4
Funny, I read the outcome and that was my take also. I did enjoy Scalia's comment also. Looks like they should of gone for more Civli actions instead of criminal actions then they may of had a better outcome, but we will use what we were given at this time to move forward.Any and all comments & Opinions and postings by me are considered of my own opinion, and not of any ORG that I belong to! PERIOD!