Feds nab 2,4000 illegals in a week, Arizona pays $94K for one law suit, who do you think should enforce...?

.....immigration laws? The Feds nabbed 2.400 illegals with criminal records in one week, Arizona's Sheriff nabbed 3 in his last raid that cost the tax payers almost a million, and now they are having to cough up $94,0000 for one law suit alone. So who do you think is better for the job of enforcing immigration laws? Please stick to this topic. ===================== Joe Arpaio immigration sweep lawsuit lawyers get $94K A judge Wednesday awarded $94,000 in fees and other costs to lawyers representing a handful of Latinos in a lawsuit that alleges racial profiling in Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's immigration patrols. The lawyers argued that Arpaio's office should pay the costs of reopening depositions in the case after it was discovered in earlier testimony that the police agency had destroyed records sought in the lawsuit. They say they wouldn't have had to reopen the depositions had they had gotten the records earlier. U.S. District Judge Murray Snow issued a ruling Wednesday awarding $70,000 to a California law firm, $2,000 to the American Civil Liberties Union and an additional $22,000 for court reporter and videographer services. ==================== Sheriff Arpaio raid nets 3 arrests at Old Spaghetti Factory in Phoenix Source:

Asked By: greasytony - 6/22/2011
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I went to a 19 week Border Patrol Academy that most local policemen could not pass. Almost 50% of my class did not graduate... More
Answered By: brucec83 - 6/22/2011
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Who/ the citizens of the US, actring as a militia, pursuant to the Second Amendment.
Answered By: Soylent Obama - 6/22/2011
If the Feds had actually closed the border I would agree with you in regards to who's doing the better job. However, since that's not the case, the problem has been forced on the States. Is that a "Score One" for the Feds? I don't think so. Bottom line, the Federal Government needs to DO Their Job, then we wouldn't... More
Answered By: RWLake - 6/22/2011
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