What does it say about the Obama administration and their care of the safety and security?

of America, if they decide to go ahead and sue Arizona over their "illegal immigration" bill.? Is he putting foreigners ahead of US citizens?

Asked By: Conservative for Christ - 6/26/2010
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exactly,he is just looking to buy votes for the next election,he does not give a d**n about the welfare and safety of this nation or citizens.the left has distorted the arizona law to stupid extremes,it is actually milder than federal law and avoids profiling... More
Answered By: WILYP42 - 6/26/2010
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I don't think they are doing that. You must look at the whole picture.
Answered By: Sugar - 6/26/2010
Even Mexicans who travel here with worker permit visas so they can show up on their favorite farm during harvest want the borders shut down from illegals. They follow the rules and they want their jobs protected.
Answered By: Political spin KILLER - 6/26/2010
In this case, the Feds / Obama are doing the right thing. No one else in Washington has done squat on Immigration Reform. You can't have individual states take it on at the state level. It's a Federal responsibility. So, Obama has to force the issue with Arizona to reach the right solution for the country.
Answered By: FLSwampBoy - 6/26/2010
This question says a lot about your intelligence level and ability to interpret data.
Answered By: Darius - 6/26/2010
I think it says the Obama administration wants a judge to rule on whether states have jurisdiction over something that is clearly a Federal issue. What does it say that states are suing the Federal government over the health care law --- that they don't like sick people? Can't have it both ways.
Answered By: Bug - 6/26/2010
Love those "Republican" Christian values of yours (not to be confused with American Christian values)
Answered By: Jesus was a Liberal - 6/26/2010
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