Are Arizona's state intent of anti-immigration laws unconstitutional and therefore anti-American?

Update:

even the ""conservative"" attorney general, Mark Shurtleff, says the new Arizona anti-immigration law is unconstitutional!

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  • 10 years ago
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    First and Foremost Arizona has not enacted and anti-immigration law.

    Immigration laws are enacted by the Federal Government and control legal immigration into the United States.

    What the Arizona legislature has done under the state constitution is expand Arizona police powers aimed at identifying people in their state illegally. This law only mirrors a federal law the feds don't have the bal+s to enforce.

    All legal US citizens should applaud Arizona for taking the initiative to stop this illegal financial drain on our society.

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  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    What part of "illegal immigration" don't you understand?! Everyone in the US must be documented in some shape way or form... Birth certificates, driver's licenses, social security numbers, visas, green cards, etc... Not being documented means you're trying to scam your way into our system. Currently our economic system is still dying and yet illegal immigrants are still sending money, that should be going to our citizens, to Mexico.

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  • 10 years ago

    No no no no no.

    The constitution does not say ANYWHERE in it ANYTHING about immigration. Therefore per the 10th amendment it is up to the states to make laws to control immigration.

    Read the constitutaion before you start shooting off your mouth.

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  • 10 years ago

    nope.

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  • 10 years ago

    NO

    Source(s): THE COURT
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