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    Civil rights groups charge Obama with hypocrisy over Alabama

    Civil rights groups charge Obama with hypocrisy over Alabama immigration law

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    By Jordy Yager - 10/23/11 04:45 AM ET


    The Obama administration is facing charges of hypocrisy for fighting a controversial Alabama immigration law while using the measure to arrest and deport illegal immigrants in the state.

    Civil rights and Latino advocacy groups laud the Justice Department’s (DOJ) lawsuit challenging Alabama over its newly enacted immigration law, which allows state law enforcement officials to require suspected criminals to show proof of their immigration status.

    But the groups blasted the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) continued use in Alabama of the Secure Communities program, which transmits the immigration status records of people arrested in the state to federal authorities. The new state law subjects the Latino community to racial profiling and the Secure Communities program places illegal immigrants who are arrested in line to be deported by DHS, the groups said.

    “You have two agencies that are pursuing courses that are inconsistent with each other,
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    Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.),who has called on DHS to suspend the deportation of illegal immigrants . . .
    I have yet to see Hispanics get voted in to office who do anything other than defend the rights of their homeland. Not once have I see one stand up for this country and it's laws. Not once! Even with the ones that were born here. How disgusting.

    All of this could have been avoided by simply enforcing our immigration laws to begin with, starting in 1986. We have twenty-five years of invaders from all over the world and our Congress fights more for their rights then ours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laughinglynx
    Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.),who has called on DHS to suspend the deportation of illegal immigrants . . .
    I have yet to see Hispanics get voted in to office who do anything other than defend the rights of their homeland. Not once have I see one stand up for this country and it's laws. Not once! Even with the ones that were born here. How disgusting.

    All of this could have been avoided by simply enforcing our immigration laws to begin with, starting in 1986. We have twenty-five years of invaders from all over the world and our Congress fights more for their rights then ours.
    What about Marco Rubio?
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    "The new state law subjects the Latino community to racial profiling. " THEY just racialy profiled a LATINO community with that statment.

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    Thank you rockfish. You are right. Rubio does that with such finesse.

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