Neal Barton's POV

Selectively enforced

Monday, June 25, 2012 - 6:46pm

The supreme court's decision about the Arizona immigration law came out today.

After getting a chance to digest it...i still wonder what country I am living in.

First of all....the heart of the law stands.

That's means lawmen in that state and question citizenship and ask more questions
about where people they pulled over came from.

The other parts are crazy.

It all boils down to the federal government not wanting to enforce federal law.

So Arizona tried to enforce law the feds were no enforcing.

Today's decision tells can't.

So I guess whomever is in just select the laws you want enforce...depending
upon what best works for you politically.

I still wonder why people who are here illegally can get jobs.

Just tell me what the word illegal means.

A few months ago my wife calls a cleaning company to get help every now and then with the house.

She called a company and just like the commercial l said...their prices were lower than anyone else's.

I asked my wife.."are they all legal?"

My wife called back and asked.

To the cleaning company's credit....they told the truth.


We canceled our appointment.

I consider myself a very safe driver....but the next time i am pulled over for a violation...
I'll ask the police officer to please let me off the hook.

That works best for me.

I'll let you know how that works out.

Thats my point of view, what's yours?

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