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What´s going on with the Arizona immigration law and should Israel follow the example of Arizona?

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What´s going on with the Arizona immigration law and should Israel follow the example of Arizona?

Postby giulio » Thu Nov 01, 2007 9:45 pm

Arizona passed the bill about restricting the illegal immigration. Obama and the "liberals", together with leftists and those same illegal immigrants, screamed as a cat with the tail sauezzed by the door.
What is the situation with this bill now?
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What´s going on with the Arizona immigration law and should Israel follow the example of Arizona?

Postby gowan » Tue Jul 28, 2009 6:03 am

Oh, Arizona´s giving a hard time to Obama. Moreover, new American states are joining the battle.

Arizona's Republicans, who previously led the fight by passing a bill that would mandate police to verify whether a suspect was in the United States legally, are again in the forefront. The Obama administration obtained a court order staying the Arizona law on the grounds that immigration was a federal responsibility.

Now the state of Arizona is countersuing the federal government claiming that Arizona has sustained huge costs given the federal government's failure to enforce the immigration laws. Arizona is demanding in excess of $760 million. The popularity of the Arizona law among conservatives is demonstrated by the nearly $3.7 million in contributions that have poured in for its legal defense. Arizona's Governor Jan Brewer, who coasted to reelection in 2010-based on her support for the law, said "We did not want this fight, we did not start this fight… But now that we are in it, Arizona will not rest until our border is secure."

Arizona's Republicans opened another front by proposing a bill requiring hospitals to check whether the patient is in the country illegally. If it is routine treatment, verification will take place prior to treatment; if an emergency, the questioning will wait until the patient is out of danger. Liberals are of course aghast, claiming that the law will deter immigrants from seeking healthcare. Doctors also resent being turned into law enforcement agents. Republicans retort that the hospitals are piling up expenses by treating patients who are in the United States illegally and there is no need to apologize for enforcing the law.

Other states are following in Arizona's footsteps. Republicans in Indiana, now that they control the state House of Representatives, expect to pass a law requiring cops to ask for proof of immigration status if they have arrested someone on an unrelated issue such as a traffic violation. This is expected to create a political hot potato for the state's Republican Governor Mitch Daniels, who bases his claim to the conservative mantle on economic issues, but has so far steered clear of the social minefield. If the bill passes, he will have to sign or veto it.

Utah's veteran Republican Senator Orrin Hatch, claiming that he does not expect any action from Congress, is therefore proposing a law that would secure the country's borders and begin the deportation of illegal immigrants. Hatch said that this bill is a necessary counterweight to the Obama administration's immigration policy, which Hatch accuses of leading to mass amnesty for illegals.

Not all the initiatives come from the anti-immigrant direction. In liberal Oregon, a bill was introduced that would allow students who are not legal immigrants to attend state colleges and pay the much lower in-state tuition. They needed to prove 3 years of attendance and graduation from an Oregon high school as well as active pursuit of naturalization.

Israel must closely study what´s happeneing now in America where the "era of liberalism" is coming to its ingnominious end.
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Postby wilbart » Tue Feb 09, 2010 4:41 am

England, (the big part of britain) has a very lax control over illegal immigration, we have thousands of illegal immigrants and some of them even sit in the british parliament. There is no English parliament but the scots, welsh, and northern irish have their own. For instance we have an English law going back to 1290 that has never been repealed but these illegal immigrants just flout it and the legal system turns a blind eye.
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Postby baigh » Fri Jun 04, 2010 1:54 am

We have a lot of "illegals" working in Israel.

I would say most of them are fine people, trying to support their families, some times with them here, sometimes back home.

They haven't taken anyone's job, they are doing work that Israelis -- Jews, Muslims and Christians don't want to do.

The religious right is in favor of doing the Arizona thing, but they haven't figured out who will do all that work, esp. construction, fruit picking, and taking care of the elderly. They aren't lining up for those jobs.
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Postby taillefer » Fri Jul 09, 2010 6:17 am

It is in litigation currently, with both the Federal Government and the State Of Arizona suing each other over implementation of the bill. The British tried a similar tactic and were massacred by Zionist terrorists. For a country whose people inhabited the region recently completely through illegal immigration, that would be slightly hypocritical of them to do, don't you think?
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Postby tim » Sun Aug 01, 2010 9:53 am

The US doesnt (yet) shoot illegal immigrants on sight. Israel does. see any checkpoints on the roads in Arizona ? Israel has hundreds.
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Postby burt » Tue Sep 28, 2010 9:00 pm

If Illegal immigration is a problem, then it should be very restricted or stopped.
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Postby aescby » Tue Dec 21, 2010 7:03 am

If Illegal immigration is a problem, then it should be very restricted or stopped.
Israel has nothing to do with Arizona
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Postby adalwine » Sat Apr 02, 2011 11:46 am

Arizona passed the bill about restricting the illegal immigration. Obama and the "liberals", together with leftists and those same illegal immigrants, screamed as a cat with the tail sauezzed by the door.
What is the situation with this bill now?
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