What are the racist, pro-crime types hoping to accomplish..?

by pointing out that the Arizona law is making CRIMINALS leave Arizona? Maybe I'm missing something.. but wasn't getting rid of the CRIMINALS the whole point?

Asked By: how_would_I_know - 6/21/2010
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And what is it that you are trying to accomplish by implying "wasn't getting rid of the CRIMINALS the whole point?" Are you saying SB 1070 gets rid of all criminal including the ones that citizens of the United States? Are you saying that after SB 1070 takes effect that no more crimes will be committed within the state... More
Answered By: Chief Whachusa - 6/21/2010
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Liberals don't recognize someone as a criminal unless they do something to them - at which point it's the governments fault.. somehow.
Answered By: System 32 ಠ_ಠ - 6/21/2010
Mission almost accomplished.
Answered By: Robert Heinlein fan - 6/21/2010
your question is stupid. arizona law makes criminals leave arizona. ok that's getting rid of the criminals. making them leave gets rid of them.
Answered By: Ques - 6/21/2010
There are defending the illegals because they see them as future Liberal votes and they love the cheap labor digging in their flower gardens, what a bunch of phonies.
Answered By: Gladys - 6/21/2010
yes i think it was the point...youre right...working already i feel sorry for california though!
Answered By: funkyk - 6/21/2010
Racial profiling goes on everywhere I wish people would realize that if you're white in a predominantly black or hispanic neighborhood, then there's a huge chance you will get carded just for driving around... More
Answered By: Britney M - 6/21/2010
the majority of legal hispanics in arizona have illegal family members or friends living here in the shadows. hispanics in general consider the crimes their illegals have already committed should be ignored. with sb1070 only 38 days away from going into effect there is a lot of self searching going on in their... More
Answered By: Buddy - 6/21/2010
Chief WACHUSA is 100% RIGHT.
Answered By: SPAIN 2010 CHAMPS - 6/21/2010
If this is in reference to the immigration bill please check your facts. Many i****************s in the United States enter LEGALLY, their only "crime" is failure to submit the correct paperwork at the correct deadline with the correct (and generally excessive) filing fee. I don't personally consider someone who fails... More
Answered By: Anonymous - 2/12/2014
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