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May 21, 2010

Megyn Kelly shows AZ Immigration law less discriminatory than Federal law

Another response on the merits to the usual hysterics about “racism” we’ve come to expect from the adolescent Left.  Here the lovely and brilliant Megyn Kelly argues the Arizona law is not only Constitutional, it’s actually considerably less draconian than its Federal counterpart.  In Arizona, there has to be a lawful stop and detention prior to any questions about the person’s legal status–which is not required under Federal law.  There has to be a reasonable suspicion to inquire about the person’s immigration status– also not required under Federal law.  And finally, you cannot consider the person’s race in determining whether there is a reasonable suspicion to inquire about a suspect’s immigration status– a requirement also not required under Federal law.  Not that it matters.  The Left doesn’t oppose the law on Constitutional grounds, they oppose it because illegal immigration serves their larger political and multicultural agenda.

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2 Comments »

  1. Ha! This is why Holder and Neapolitan don’t want to read the law … reason has been replaced by madness.

    Comment by palecon — May 21, 2010 @ 15:56

  2. >>>…don’t want to read the law

    Indeed. They are purposely not reading the law because that gives them plausible deniability. If they actually read the law, they can no longer denounce it without having to denounce the Federal law too. So vile. The bottom line is they are pro-open borders, they just can’t say it out loud.

    Comment by Jesusland — May 23, 2010 @ 15:44


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