Friday, April 30, 2010

ACLU Gins Up The ‘Astroturf’ Against AZ | Sweetness & Light

ACLU Gins Up The ‘Astroturf’ Against AZ | Sweetness & LightBannedbytheTaliban

May I suggest sending this retort to your representative:

Don’t let our state become a Third World cesspool!

[Please personalize your message]

Dear [Decision Maker],

I am writing to express my glee about the bill that was just signed into law in Arizona. It invites and virtually compels enforcement of long standing and just laws, and I want such a law to spread to my state.

Among other attributes, the law requires every police officer in Arizona to act within established guidelines for interaction with the public and expressly prevents profiling based only on some undefined “reasonable suspicion” that they are in the country unlawfully. To avoid arrest, citizens and non-citizens will simply have to produce valid identification that they are already bound by law to carry.

By signing this bill into law, Governor Brewer has ensured the civil rights and liberties of millions of tax payers and lawful citizens living in Arizona. She is forcing every police agency in the state to deport immigration criminals who divert scarce resources away from the public and who are often involved in committing serious crimes.

It is discriminatory, unfair and inconsistent with the U.S. Constitution not to enforce immigration law and comes at a high cost both to Arizona taxpayers and to our treasured civil liberties.

Arizona’s transformation into a potential secure state has already spawned similar efforts elsewhere. I strongly support any effort to adopt this kind of legislation in our state.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Excellent advice, but unfortunately you are probably a law abiding American citizen and any pleas for using logic in resolving this issue will be ignored, if not labeled as racist inspired. Live with it, pay your taxes and SHUT UP!

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