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“Papers, please” provision makes progressive law enforcers uneasy, supporters say it shouldn’t – KGUN9.com

06 Sep

It’s about time that our Arizona law has some teeth in it!   Finally, the courts did something right.  Thank God Chief Justice Roberts was not on this court! a law without sanctions – consequences – is merely advice.  It’s time we stop advising the illegals and making them responsible for their actions.  When you break the law you are a lawbreaker, you are a criminal.  Criminals need to face the consequences for their actions.

Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik and Tucson Police Chief Roberto Villaseñor say their agencies will enforce SB 1070, including the “show me your papers” part. Both men, however, have concerns.

These policemen are democratic, progressives, and generally disrespect the law when they disagree with it.  Sheriff  Dupnik said after Gabrielle Giffords was shot that it was time to end the vitriolic language.  Then he went on with some of the most despicable vitriolic language there was.  but fortunately, he’s up for election this year and by God’s grace, he will be looking for a new job. we don’t need these kind of people in office.  They are an endangerment to society

“Papers, please” provision makes law enforcers uneasy, supporters say it shouldnt – KGUN9.com.

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Posted by on September 6, 2012 in SOCIAL, US POLITICS

 

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