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Old July 8th @ 02:41 pm   #1
 
From: Spring Valley

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Why isn't the DOJ filing law suits for these cities creating their own immigration policies?

 
 
Old July 8th @ 03:22 pm   #2
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From: Las Vegas/Summerlin

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Old July 8th @ 04:20 pm   #3
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From: Las Vegas

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so true
 
 
Old July 10th @ 12:08 am   #4
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why doesnt the federal gooberment enforce its OUN policies and laws so that the states and cities dont hafta mirrior federal laws already instilled to become state laws? Live near the border for any long period of time and you will understand why this is needed. Justice Dept will have a hard time considering the bills(soon to be laws) are the same as federal laws, just making it a states jurisdicion.
 
 
Old July 10th @ 11:18 am   #5
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From: North Las Vegas

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Look at all of the countries that are illegally invading our country and they have very harsh laws that are enforced for illegally being in their country. The Mexican President is the biggest hypocrite I have ever heard. If you are found in Mexico without proper papers you will be arrested, jailed, and subsequently deported. Foreign citizens cannot buy property in Mexico without government approval. Foreign citizens will not receive aid from the Mexican government. We need to close our borders and protect our citizens. If the federal government can't do it, then the state, then the cities, then the people. No one is showing any responsibility for this problem.
 
 
Old July 10th @ 12:40 pm   #6
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From: Las Vegas

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why doesnt the federal gooberment enforce its OUN policies and laws so that the states and cities dont hafta mirrior federal laws already instilled to become state laws? Live near the border for any long period of time and you will understand why this is needed. Justice Dept will have a hard time considering the bills(soon to be laws) are the same as federal laws, just making it a states jurisdicion.
Here is why.

As a former border patrol agent... I was frustrated with the polices the came down from Washington. These were forced upon the Patrol by left wing politicians.

An example, we used to do something we called Farm and Ranch check, basically go out to the Farms and Ranches and check the immigration status of people we suspected of being of Mexican decent... In the city they did it at business, check.

Washington came out with a policy NO MORE. Basically it was once you get by the border and dont get caught your in for free. Over the years it got more and more restrictive about what you could do.

So I say F them, go back and come across legal and you can stay.
 
 
Old July 10th @ 05:59 pm   #7
 
From: Spring Valley

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Look at all of the countries that are illegally invading our country and they have very harsh laws that are enforced for illegally being in their country. The Mexican President is the biggest hypocrite I have ever heard. If you are found in Mexico without proper papers you will be arrested, jailed, and subsequently deported. Foreign citizens cannot buy property in Mexico without government approval. Foreign citizens will not receive aid from the Mexican government. We need to close our borders and protect our citizens. If the federal government can't do it, then the state, then the cities, then the people. No one is showing any responsibility for this problem.
Everybody knows straight up how corrupt the Mexican government is, and since I'm not a citizen of Mexico, I could careless what that idiot thinks. Obama, on the otherhand is a different story. I would say our president is an even bigger hypocrite, since he professes to be all noble and shit, when his actions never match his words. I personally think Obama is a racist like most of his so-called progressive mentors.
 
 
Old July 10th @ 11:12 pm   #8
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if you ever get time to watch its perty interesting, do i believe ALL of it? no but it really gets you thinking.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAaQNACwaLw
 
 
Old July 10th @ 11:16 pm   #9
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BTW the policy in mexico is if caught illigally, your ar imprisoned for 2 years then deported, if caught again its 10 years then deported. almost every country in the world has policies like this. ours is just the laughingstock and most hated of all.
 
 
Old July 11th @ 09:58 am   #10
 
From: Spring Valley

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BTW the policy in mexico is if caught illigally, your ar imprisoned for 2 years then deported, if caught again its 10 years then deported. almost every country in the world has policies like this. ours is just the laughingstock and most hated of all.
Yep, and our politicians are always worrying about how we appear to the rest of the world. Focusing on how good we look instead of how good we are. They can't realize these actions and lack of substantive action makes us look like fools to the rest of the world. It seems as though our country has a massive inferiority complex.
 
 

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