I understand from a report by FOX News that I am suing you and your state for trying to protect your citizens. I have spent about an hour reading the lawsuit I have filed against you, and I have noticed a few things that I would like to point out to you.
First of all, Governor Brewer, you should know that I am NOT involved and I am NOT supportive of this lawsuit. As has been the case since the result of the November 2008 election took office, he is operating on his own. He calls himself the Federal Government, but he is not. The Constitution of the United States grants, by authority of the people, to the Federal Government the powers they are supposed to expend. I did not grant him unlimited power as he has usurped the office and the meaning of the United States of America.
He has alienated me and millions of other citizens of the United States, and he has now, in my name, brought suit against you and your state. He is an abomination in my eyes. He is an embarrassment to me. He knows he cannot defeat the people of the United States on his merit so he seeks to do so by unlawful means.
In his lawsuit against you and the State of Arizona, he says that if your law, SB1070, is allowed to go into effect, it will “undermine the federal government’s careful balance of immigration enforcement priorities and objectives.” The only priority he has shown me is not a carefully balanced mix of immigration enforcement priorities and the only objective I have seen is his goal of burying the United States of America in illegal immigrants being provided amnesty. This is in addition to his seemingly successful attempt to unlawfully secede a portion of the land of the State of Arizona to Mexico.
His lawsuit says that your “attrition through enforcement” approach will conflict with federal law governing the registration, smuggling, and employment of aliens. According to him, “It will altogether ignore humanitarian concerns, such as the protections available under federal law for an alien who has a well-founded fear of persecution or who has been the victim of a natural disaster.” I have read your SB1070, and I do not see the conflict he is so afraid of.
He seems to be laboring under a misunderstanding of the definition of a person who is in our country illegally as opposed to a person who has gone through an American embassy in his own nation or in the United States to seek political asylum in the United States.
He also says your law will interfere with “vital foreign policy and national security interests by disrupting the United States’ relationship with Mexico and other countries.” I fail to see any validity to this charge as the security of our nation is at the very heart of your bill.
As far as our relationship with Mexico and other countries is concerned, did he suddenly make a treaty without Congressional approval that allows any citizen of Mexico or “other countries” to have the same rights as citizens of the United States? Are they to be allowed to freely come and go between our borders; to live wherever they choose and work wherever they like without having the responsibilities that we United States citizens have? Has he nullified the requirement for illegal immigrants of paying payroll taxes, income taxes, Social Security taxes, sales taxes, health, automobile, and property insurance, becoming legally qualified and licensed to drive in our states, speaking our language, paying school taxes and other fees and charges of sending our children to school?
Has he now authorized illegal immigrants what is commonly known as “a free ride” through our medical professionals and hospitals providing free care to everyone except American citizens? Did he issue an executive order to the grocery stores of America that they must provide free food to illegal immigrants in addition to the food stamps the states provide to them?
You should know that “the United States understands the State of Arizona’s legitimate concerns about illegal immigration, and has undertaken significant efforts to secure our nation’s borders.”
Do those significant efforts include opening wide our borders to illegal immigrants so that they are no longer a threat to our country – merely citizens of their own country crossing legally into another jurisdiction of their own country even though it was formerly known as a separate and distinct nation?
He closes his lawsuit by listing what he calls “cause of action” – as though you have brought this on yourself. How is protecting the citizens of the State of Arizona a “cause of action” on his part? Then to top it off, he demands that you pay him for his expenses? What expenses? If he were maintaining control and the security of our borders, none of this would have been necessary.
FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION – VIOLATION OF THE SUPREMACY CLAUSE
Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 60 of the Complaint as if fully stated herein.
Sections 1-6 of S.B. 1070, taken in whole and in part, represent an impermissible effort by Arizona to establish its own immigration policy and to directly regulate the immigration status of aliens. In particular, Sections 1-6 conflict with federal law and foreign policy, disregard federal policies, interfere with federal enforcement priorities in areas committed to the discretion of plaintiff United States, and otherwise impede the accomplishment and execution of the full purposes and objectives of federal law and foreign policy.
Sections 1-6 of S.B. 1070 violate the Supremacy Clause, and are invalid.
SECOND CAUSE OF ACTION – PREEMPTION UNDER FEDERAL LAW
Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 63 of the Complaint as if fully stated herein.
Sections 1-6 of S.B. 1070 are preempted by federal law, including 8 U.S.C. § 1101, et seq., and by U.S. foreign policy.
THIRD CAUSE OF ACTION – VIOLATION OF THE COMMERCE CLAUSE
Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 65 of the Complaint as if fully stated herein.
Section 5 of S.B. 1070 (adding Ariz. Rev. Stat. 13-2929) restricts the interstate movement of aliens in a manner that is prohibited by Article One, Section Eight of the Constitution.
Section 5 of S.B. 1070 (adding Ariz. Rev. Stat. 13-2929) violates the Commerce Clause, and is therefore invalid.
PRAYER FOR RELIEF
WHEREFORE, the United States respectfully requests the following relief:
1. A declaratory judgment stating that Sections 1-6 of S.B. 1070 are invalid, null, and void;
2. A preliminary and a permanent injunction against the State of Arizona, and its officers, agents, and employees, prohibiting the enforcement of Sections 1-6 of S.B. 1070;
3. That this Court award the United States its costs in this action; and
4. That this Court award any other relief it deems just and proper.
In 1776, the citizens of the United States became officially “the government of the United States.” That means that without asking the citizens of the United States if we want to take this action, he has brought his own will to bear in our name. This is not acceptable.
We the people, that is to say the Federal Government of the United States of America, demand the resignation of the man Barack Hussein Obama immediately. We demand his immediate exit from the People’s House. We demand the firing of the entire cabinet and appointments whether or not approved by Congress made by the man Barack Hussein Obama. We demand the repeal and/or removal of any and all laws and executive orders bearing the signature of the man Barack Hussein Obama. We demand charges of high treason be brought against the man Barack Hussein Obama, and following his conviction, the appropriate punishment begin immediately.
Governor Brewer, in closing, let me assure you that the REAL Government of the United States, the people, have no intention of suing either you or the State of Arizona. We support and applaud your efforts to protect your citizens.
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