Obama To STOP Arizona Law From Being Enforced On 7/31 - Defend ArizonaSubmitted by meekandmild on Sat, 07/24/2010 - 10:53
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Obama To STOP Arizona Law From Being Enforced On 7/31
Obama Attacks Arizona Law - Defend Arizona Now!
ALERT: Obama's Federal Government refuses to secure the border and enforce immigration law. The Feds were in court YESTERDAY 7/22 actively seeking to STOP Arizona's law and supporting illegal aliens not American citizens.
Obama is arguing for an injunction in court to halt the law from taking effect, saying the Constitution gives the federal government exclusive authority to enforce immigration law. Well where were the Feds when the Republic of Texas was defending against an invasion at the Alamo? Nowhere to be found -- because ordered liberty MUST be defended from clear and present dangers, and cannot wait on the weak and feckless!
Arizona needs your help -- do not leave them to defend the border alone! https://secure.freedomdonations.com/mcdc/no_amnesty/?a=2018 or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzDlN7VLmXQ&feature=player_em...
A Hispanic GOP group has announced support for the law and the Arizona Latino Republican Association thus becomes the first Hispanic organization in the country to actively oppose the Department of Justice's lawsuit against the state of Arizona's new immigration law.
Larry Klayman, founder of Freedom Watch, Inc., said he was joined by ALRA Chairman Jesse Hernandez and members of the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association at an announcement Thursday morning in Phoenix.
ALRA is the first group of Latino Americans to "put a foot forward legally" in support of S.B. 1070 by filing a motion to intervene against the Justice Department's lawsuit challenging Arizona's immigration policy, Klayman said.
"This is a way to tell the country that, 'Hey, we're Americans too and we believe in the rule of law," Klayman told Foxnews.com. "It's a way to say, 'We got here legally and we contributed a great deal
We want the rest of the country to recognize that we're with you' [in the national immigration debate]."