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gfm975
A Proud Progressive
12:58 PM on 03/01/2012
The ZOMBIE Governor deserves this and any and all annoyances that come her way! She has done more damage to minority families in Arizona than any one single person in its state's history. There is no more a deserving person... heap it all onto Jan.
12:57 PM on 03/01/2012
Jan Brewer + SB1070 = FAILURE
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Keith N
The price of freedom is eternal vigilance.
12:52 PM on 03/01/2012
Whenever I see a pic of Brewer I am reminded of the dangers of "meth" use and how prolonged usage melts one face and mind.
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12:52 PM on 03/01/2012
Didn't Jan Brewer work at Mel's Diner? Kiss my grits!
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ray newman
Reality has a Liberal bias
12:38 PM on 03/01/2012
Brewer crys fowl ?

Where ? In the desert ? Headless ? Oh my !!
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CitizenPane
Why isn't phonetic spelled the way it sounds?
12:32 PM on 03/01/2012
"...blocked police in Arizona from enforcing a section of the state's 2010 immigration enforcement law that prohibited people from blocking traffic when they seek or offer day labor services on streets." As an Arizonan my favorite topic. Again, there is a different standard of law for those in this country illegally and the rule of law I must follow. If I were to block traffic for any reason I will guarantee you I would be asked to move, taken by the arm and moved or if I refused be hauled off to jail. If I were to use someone's Social Security Number, which is a huge problem, to get work and was "caught" I would go to jail. If I were to commit a crime I would not be able to flee to Mexico only to return to the US at a later date. I would need a passport to get into Mexico. If I didn't have one I would be put in jail. If I worked in Mexico without being documented I would be put in jail. I have to follow the rule of law but those that are in this country are protected so their civil liberties are not violated. Give me a break.
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Tykete
Theres only you and me and we just disagree
12:59 PM on 03/01/2012
Well said citizen, I sympathize with you having to deal with these federal roadblocks to protecting your state and it's citizens. fanned
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CitizenPane
Why isn't phonetic spelled the way it sounds?
01:29 PM on 03/01/2012
Let's offer immigrants a way to come to this country to work legally. There are already migrant worker laws. It's not that we don't want people to immigrate to Arizona and have an opportunity for a better life. What we do want is for people to come to this country, legally, be documented and be required to adhere to the same rules of law that Americans do. There shouldn't be different standards and protections for some groups of people. I try my best everyday to do the right thing and follow the guidelines I am supposed to follow (although I have been accused of being a lead foot and have been ticketed accordingly :)). There is a blatant disregard for the laws in this country. But why not. There are no expectations that they should abide by the law.
01:30 PM on 03/01/2012
so sad to see neocons/ racists come onto a lib site in order to voice their hatred , maybe it's because thy are gonna lose big time since the whole world is backing Obama .
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Hank10303
Reality Check
01:09 PM on 03/01/2012
Okay, here is where home schooling really does a disservice to America. You read and twisted the content of the words you quoted into something that does even make common sense. Here is how it goes. I need a room in my house painted, I go to a corner known to have day laborers ready to work. I drive down and park looking over the prospective day help and block traffic in the process. Do you understand now what the law means. Its not directed at the day laborers, who may or may not be here illegally. Its directed at the American citizens that are hiring. As for the rest of your rant, you could go to Mexico without a passport on holiday, how would the border crossing know you were fleeing a crime. Only if you wanted to stay forever would you be required to go through the legal immigration process. As for using a false SS No. "Courts: Using another's SSN not a crime" http://redtape.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2010/11/30/6345521-courts-using-anothers-ssn-not-a-crime --- its always better to read than assume.
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CitizenPane
Why isn't phonetic spelled the way it sounds?
01:45 PM on 03/01/2012
btw. you do need a passport to get into Mexico - even to go to Rocky Point. Identity theft is identity theft.
I don't know why I even bother.
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Ted LPD
12:29 PM on 03/01/2012
No matter how you feel, states cannot and are not custodians of immigration laws/policies, period. These piece mill state laws are unconstitutional.
12:58 PM on 03/01/2012
Down SB1070!!!! No in their power.
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Tykete
Theres only you and me and we just disagree
01:00 PM on 03/01/2012
Too bad the feds won't or can't do their job.
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sdesign
01:33 PM on 03/01/2012
States have rights. Brewer, who says that Mexico is AZ's biggest trading partner
should invite Mexican authorities to AZ for mutually beneficial discussion and solutions.
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Ted LPD
07:51 PM on 03/01/2012
You have a right to complain but you don't have a right to create your own constitution. This is simple ... Except you have no clue about the constitution.
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HandsOffMyGrandma
USSCourt: our own little vatican...
12:28 PM on 03/01/2012
She already looks pretty beat up...
12:26 PM on 03/01/2012
Funny how Republicans are always looking for ways to circumvent the very Constitutiional Rights they profess to love and support. Perhaps if they were to lay off the whine and step up to the table and participate in actual legislation, real changes could happen.
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Malik Skyy
12:26 PM on 03/01/2012
This woman can make untold millions if she were to leave public office and head west, to Hollywood, where she can star as the Wicked Witch in the sequel to the Wizard of Oz. I mean, she is a natural. She can play it without makeup, even.
12:25 PM on 03/01/2012
Some people should reach their retirement age earlier.
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FauxNewsAnalyst
Corporations are 47%ers too my friend.
12:25 PM on 03/01/2012
In a related story, Joe the Sheriff is investigating the President's birth certificate.

I wonder what chance anyone in Maricopa County has of fair treatment once the Republicans decide to prosecute.
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Darwinita
Goddess Divine and certainly an acquired taste...
01:17 PM on 03/01/2012
Arpaio and those like him will eventually disappear through attrition.
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chaapai
just an earthbound misfit, I
12:23 PM on 03/01/2012
Is she melting?
12:22 PM on 03/01/2012
When I saw her picture I nearly turned to stone. Yikes!
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DANIELISTICALL
This post will self destruct in 5 4 3 2
12:21 PM on 03/01/2012
You republicans love the constitution when it suits your agenda and the hel with it the rest of the time________________________________________________________
True or False: ____The Constitution guarantees the fundamental rights and civil liberties of every person in this country. _________________________

The answer is True. As the nation grapples with the issue of immigration, we must remember this: ___The fundamental constitutional protections of due process and equal protection embodied in our Constitution and Bill of Rights apply to everyone within our borders, ____regardless of citizenship status or how someone looks or sounds.
Source---ACLU ,,,,,,, THIS IS WHERE THE REPUBLICANS SHOW THAT THEY ARE SO UN-AMERICAN
12:57 PM on 03/01/2012
Thank you for citing your "source". However, it is wrong. CITIZENS are afforded those rights. The ACLU has lost its way.