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How long are you going to let stuff like this go on, Obama?  What is it going to take for you to see there is a problem with those people to whom you want to offer amnesty?  Do you REALLY want people like this in our country?

From TheReporterOnline.com (serving North Penn, Indian Valley and neighboring communities)

TELFORD – Three illegal immigrants allegedly furnished three juvenile females from the Perkasie area with alcohol, had sex with them and took photos of one of the girls while she was partially naked and unconscious.

According to
Telford Police, the incident happened last August.

Irving Miuricio Cruz, 19, of Market Street, Hatfield, was arrested July 17 after he was stopped by a Hilltown officer for a vehicle law violation, then turned over to the Telford department for a warrant, police said.

Cruz was charged with criminal conspiracy, statutory sexual assault, corruption of minors, sexual abuse of children and furnishing alcohol to minors, police said.

He was arraigned July 18 before District Judge Thomas Palladino, Pottstown, and taken to Montgomery County Correctional Facility with bail set at $50,000 cash, police said.

Cruz will be turned over to federal immigration authorities, police said.

Another 19-year-old in the case was recently captured by federal border officials after he fled the U.S to his native Honduras, then tried to return to the United States, police said.

He is awaiting extradition to Montgomery County, police said.

The third person accused in the incident is a juvenile and will be petitioned to Montgomery County Juvenile Court, police said.

Here is a good example of “crime-fighting at its finest”…

From the North County Times (serving North San Diego & SW Riverside counties)

ESCONDIDO: Immigration agents, GPS help police track down suspects

Suspected rapist caught through ICE ankle bracelet

Using Global Positioning System, or GPS, technology, and with the help of immigration agents, Escondido police were able to arrest two suspects in recent weeks, including a man charged with raping a 15-year-old girl, authorities said.

The arrests were touted by police as a success for the partnership between the Escondido Police Department and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement under a pilot program that has been heavily criticized by some advocacy groups, including the North County-based El Grupo.

In the rape case, police were able to identify the suspect as a family member of the victim. Police gave the name of the suspect, Wenceslao Mendez, 34, to ICE agents working out of the Escondido Police Department headquarters, and the agents were able to determine that he was wearing a GPS ankle bracelet.

Mendez was arrested the following day, police said.

The agency allows some illegal immigrants to wear the tracking device while going through deportation procedures because of limited jail space.

Lauren Mack, a spokeswoman for the agency in San Diego, said that ICE permits some illegal immigrants who are fighting deportation to remain out of custody if they don’t have a history of criminal convictions. However, those immigrants are monitored either through a GPS bracelet, office visits or a telephone call-in system, Mack said.

About 40 persons are wearing the bracelets in San Diego County, Mack said.

“Without this technology and the assistance of the ICE officers, it is likely that valuable evidence could have been destroyed and the suspect could have fled the country,” said Escondido police Lt. Craig Carter.

But Victor Torres, a criminal defense attorney and a spokesman for El Grupo, said the case did not justify the department’s partnership with immigration authorities. He said the partnership will further alienate the city’s immigrant community and act as a deterrent against reporting crime in Escondido.

About 45 percent of the city’s 145,000 residents are Latinos, many of whom are immigrants.

Torres said the case illustrates what some in the immigrant community fear: the department’s side-by-side working relationship with immigration agents.

“There are many tools available to law enforcement,” Torres said. “A simple telephone call to ICE and relayed instructions directly to the patrol officers would have proven just as effective and without alienating 45 percent of the population.”

In mid-May, the department started a pilot program with ICE allowing two immigration agents to work with the department to identify and deport criminal illegal immigrants and those suspected of committing crimes.

Since the partnership began, the agents have helped police identify 114 criminal immigrants in the city, including several child molesters, people with multiple drunken-driving convictions, drug dealers and burglars, according to police.

Escondido is the only city in the county that has this kind of a partnership with ICE, said Mack. She said she could remember only one other department that has used the federal agency’s GPS system to track down a suspect: the San Diego Police Department, which did so last year.

Mendez was arrested in March on domestic violence charges, which were later dropped. While he was detained, ICE agents at the jail determined that he was an illegal immigrant, and he was released with the bracelet pending deportation proceedings.

On July 13, Mendez allegedly entered a home on the 500 block of West Ninth Avenue. The 15-year-old victim told police that her assailant locked her in a bedroom and raped her.

Using the girl’s description of her attacker, police determined the suspect was the cousin of the girl’s stepmother.

Carter said the immigration agents located the suspect’s name on their database and found that he was wearing the bracelet. With the use of GPS, they were able to track the suspect to his home in the 1100 block of South Escondido Boulevard.

A few days earlier, police were also able to track down Jimmy Alexander Magadiaga, 22, with the use of his ICE-issued ankle bracelet. Magadiaga, who also was awaiting deportation proceedings, allegedly broke into an Escondido home on July 8, police said.

A girl who was in the home at the time called police. Neighbors chased the suspect and told police that he lived in a nearby apartment complex.

Using the GPS tracking system, police were able to find and arrest the suspect, Carter said.

From these two stories we learn many things.  One, not every illegal immigrant is from Mexico.  That means that the cries of “racial profiling” simply do not hold water.  In all honesty, I wouldn’t have been able to tell you which of these men were from Mexico and which were not.  Would you have known without seeing some kind of documentation?  A Mexican and a Honduran may well be classified as “Latinos” but the two countries are vastly different.

We also have proof that at least some illegal immigrants do not just steal an apple from the grocery store.  Rape is a serious crime.  It demands outrage on the part of the citizenry.

Furthermore, when an attorney considers the most atrocious part of this even was the alienating of  “45% of the population” how does he spend the rest of his day?

Providing alcohol to minors, allowing them to drink enough to pass out, raping them and photographing them partially nude – isn’t that by very definition child abuse?  Not to mention that something must be said about the child pornography issue.

These are the kinds of people our ultra-liberal Congress and president want to allow to stay in our country legally now that they are already here?  What is wrong with you, Democrats?  Wake up!  Look around you.  So far, this one little blog has provided eleven examples of why this simply cannot be allowed to happen to the American citizens and all the legal immigrants in our country.

These are crimes against every American citizen even though they only directly affected a few individual people.

One question that remains unanswered from either of these reports:  Were the victims of the crimes committed by these illegal immigrants legal residents or illegal immigrants themselves?  Would it really matter?  Crimes are crimes at the end of the day, are they not?

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They decided to exert the rights granted to American citizens in the Constitution of the United States.   The rights of free speech and peaceable assembly – the First Amendment to the Constitution – are guaranteed to every American citizen in the Bill of Rights.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

The key word here is “American citizen.”

O.C. illegal immigrant arrested in D.C. (http://www.ocregister.com/news/arrested-258552-act-dream.html )

By BRIAN ROSENTHAL and DENA BUNIS

THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER

WASHINGTON – A UCIrvine graduate who is living in the United States illegally was arrested on Capitol Hill Tuesday with a group of young people protesting the lack of a bill that would grant them legal status.

Antonia Rivera was one of 12 people – six men and six women – who were arrested after they sat in a circle in the atrium of the Hart Senate Office Building. They were charged with disorderly conduct and were being processed by Capitol Police Tuesday afternoon.

The 12 are part of hundreds of students who came to Washington this week to try and convince lawmakers to pass the DREAM Act, a bill that would allow young people who were brought here illegally by their parents a chance to gain legal status. Opponents, however, say passing such a bill would reward illegal behavior and that people who came here illegally or overstayed their visas shouldn’t be allowed to remain.

Rivera is one of those people who would benefit from the DREAM Act.

The 28-year-old, who was brought here by her parents from Mexico when she was six years-old, graduated UC Irvine in 2006 with a degree in literary journalism. Since then she has been unable to work, she said, because she has no documents.

Moments before she was arrested Rivera said in an interview that she was confident that the DREAM Act would pass this year. She said if the bill passed it would mean her freedom so she wouldn’t have to continue to live an underground life.

The 12 protesters were wearing graduation caps and gowns. Earlier in the day several hundred activists staged a mock graduation ceremony at a nearby church to demonstrate the fact that despite having finished college they could not work in their chosen fields of study.

On the floor in the middle of the circle in the Hart Building were banners that read “DREAM Act now” and “Undocumented and Unafraid.”

“There is no demonstrating in a Capitol building,” said Capitol Hill Police spokeswoman Sgt. Kimberly Schneider. She said the charge is a misdemeanor and typically people are released the same day.

Witnesses said police approached the group, told them they had to disperse or they would be arrested. They continued to sit. A few minutes later police arrested them.

Schneider said she couldn’t say whether Rivera and the other protesters – all of whom witnesses said were undocumented – would be turned over to federal immigration officials.

“Everyone will be run through the system,” including federal data bases, Schneider said.

Before they went to the middle of the Hart building, the protesters made the rounds of Senate offices, visiting three Democratic senators all of whom support the DREAM Act. These included California Sen. Dianne Feinstein, New York Sen. Chuck Schumer, who chairs the immigration subcommittee, and Sen. Bob Menendez, the only Hispanic senator.

“They came and sat in the reception area and talked to a member of our staff about the DREAM Act,” said Feinstein’s communications director Gil Duran. “They were there for about 30 minutes and then they left.”

The DREAM Act activists have staged similar protesters at Feinstein’s offices in the state despite her support for the Act. She has co-sponsored the bill ever since Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., introduced it.

“They have the view that more should be done,” Duran said. “It’s unfortunate that they would resort to getting themselves arrested as political statement instead of working to build the bipartisan support the bill would need.”

What am I missing?  These people are NOT American citizens.  They are NOT automatically given rights by the Constitution.  Yet they chose to exert the right to assemble peaceably and use free speech granted by the Constitution to AMERICAN CITIZENS.

These 12 people have no rights under the American Constitution, yet they are determined to pretend they do in order to be granted amnesty for an illegal act perpetrated by them and/or their parents when they entered this country illegally.

They believe in their misguided worlds that because they came illegally to the United States as children and have managed to skirt the system and avoid deportation for a number of years they are somehow being mistreated because now that they have used tax payer money for their entire lives and received a first-class education free or practically free they should be allowed to become citizens just because they graduated from college.

Stated differently – many years of wrongs make one right.

As for “building the bipartisan support the bill would need,” let me just say this as loudly and as clearly as I possibly can.  Even bipartisan support will not make this legal and it will not make it right.  If either of my U.S. Senators or my Congressman should support a bill allowing blanket amnesty which is being sought by the liberal left agenda in this country, I would do everything I can to see that they are NOT re-elected because they will not be representing me.

There are laws currently active that allow for the process of legal immigration.  FOLLOW THE LAW, CONGRESMEN AND SENATORS.  You are not above the law regardless of how much you give the appearance that you are.

Turning their heads the other way while our laws are broken is the direct cause along with others that our nation finds itself so deeply in debt with a tyrannical leader who insists on making matters worse rather than better and a liberal government intent on usurping the leadership granted to them by the people of the United States.

Hear me clearly, Obama.  SECURE OUR BORDERS.  We the people support legal immigration and strongly oppose amnesty in any form you try to present it.

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They are still at it, so I am still at it.  Obama, I DEMAND that you secure our borders immediately!  We, the people, do not want a comprehensive immigration law that includes amnesty, and we do not want a guest worker program.  We want the current law supported and enforced!  Why do you continue to refuse?

The first item tonight is from Pascagoula…

Illegal immigrants arrested, drugs seized

By MARGARET BAKER – mbbaker@sunherald.com

PASCAGOULA — Two illegal immigrants are in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents following their arrests in a traffic stop Tuesday that resulted in the seizure of a small amount of cocaine and numerous fake identification cards, Pascagoula police Lt. Davy Davis said.

Margarito Perez, 40, was driving a 1998 Nissan with a broken headlight when he was pulled over Tuesday at the intersection of Polk Avenue and 8th Street. Perez, Davis said, did not have a driver’s license or identification in his wallet, though police officers did find in the wallet three small plastic bags with a white, powdery substance that later tested positive for powder cocaine.

Police arrested Perez on a charge of possession of a controlled substance.

A passenger in the car, Alejandro Trinidad, 57, was arrested after police officers found several fraudulent identification cards on him.

“It was his photo on the cards,” Davis said, “but they all had different names and Social Security numbers.”

Trinidad was charged with providing false information.

Police determined both were undocumented workers. They were taken to the Pascagoula jail pending their release later to immigration-enforcement agents.

From the “Oh good grief” files….

Discrepancies in illegal immigrant’s applications for Dallas County deputy led to her arrest

Thursday, July 15, 2010

By KEVIN KRAUSE / The Dallas Morning News
kkrause@dallasnews.com

Despite being in the U.S. illegally for the past 12 years, Maria Elvia Ross was able to obtain a temporary work permit, get a job as a Dallas County sheriff’s jailer and avoid detection by her supervisors for several years even though she provided them inconsistent answers about her citizenship, records show.

That came to an end when Ross, 34, applied for deputy in January for the third time since her hiring in 2001 and presented a work permit that had expired in 2005.

A criminal background check conducted last month as part of the application process turned up her November 1998 arrest in Laredo and deportation by U.S. immigration officials. When questioned about it, Ross lied to a personnel sergeant, according to records released Wednesday by the department.

Ross was arrested at work last week by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers and faces deportation for a second time. She resigned from the department Tuesday.

In her 2001 application to the Sheriff’s Department, Ross didn’t list her 1998 arrest and deportation. She indicated on the application that she had lived in Texas since at least 1990, personnel records show. In her 2006 and 2010 deputy applications, Ross indicated she was a U.S. citizen and had never been detained by police, records show.

Ross, of Irving, told sheriff’s investigators she lied because she wanted to fulfill her dream of becoming a deputy and making her family proud.

Ross was detained in 1998 for an attempted illegal entry after showing a false birth certificate that said she was a U.S. citizen, sheriff’s reports said. Federal law bars anyone who makes a false claim of U.S. citizenship from ever being able to legally enter the United States.

Ross was born in Monterrey, Mexico, with the name Maria Elvia Medrano Perez, according to a Mexican birth certificate she provided when she applied to the Sheriff’s Department.

When Ross applied for deputy this year, a sheriff’s personnel sergeant noticed discrepancies in Ross’ initial job application in 2001 as well as her deputy applications from 2004, 2006 and this year, sheriff’s records show.

“I noticed that there were inconsistencies with her answers on the various applications regarding her citizenship,” Sgt. Shawna Turner wrote in a statement to internal affairs.

Turner asked Ross for her “residency card” last month, but Ross could not provide one, according to the internal affairs report. Ross began to cry when Turner told her she could not become a deputy because she was not a U.S. citizen.

The Sheriff’s Department made citizenship a requirement for jailers and deputies in 2003.

When she was hired in 2001, Ross had a temporary work permit. It expired in 2005, and Ross could not produce an extension or a new one.

It’s unclear how Ross was able to obtain a work permit in 2001 when she was in the U.S. illegally after being deported less than three years earlier.

In a statement to internal affairs, Ross said she left the country in 1998 for her grandfather’s funeral in Mexico. She said she was questioned by U.S. immigration officials on her return, fingerprinted, photographed and sent back to Mexico.

“I wanted to become a deputy and work hard for it,” she said. “I didn’t intentionally want to lie. I lied because I wanted to accomplish my dream. I had worked very hard for this department … it sounds very harsh because I am not a criminal. I only wanted to make my family proud and the department.”

Internal affairs concluded she was untruthful when she said she had never been arrested or detained.

“Her almost nine years’ experience as an employee with a law enforcement agency as well as the fact that she has an associate’s degree in criminal justice also proves that she knows and understands what a detainment and or arrest are,” the internal affairs report said.

Ross received an associate degree in criminal justice from El Centro College in 2000, records show.

Dr. Mattye Mauldin-Taylor, the county’s human resources director, said this week that the Sheriff’s Department should have followed up every year to make sure Ross was legally eligible to work in the United States.

Mauldin-Taylor and a sheriff’s spokeswoman said their departments would create new policies requiring annual or periodic checks of the legal status of employees who are not U.S. citizens.

Employers are responsible for making sure employees are legally eligible to work in the United States.

Mauldin-Taylor said very few non-U.S. citizens with temporary work permits work for Dallas County. She said that in 13 years with the county, she’s never seen a county employee detained by federal officials for being in the country illegally.

Ross had been assigned to Sheriff Lupe Valdez’s prestigious quality assurance team, which oversees improvements to sanitation and maintenance in the jails. She had no prior disciplinary actions and was given an “outstanding” rating in her most recent job evaluation, sheriff’s records show.

“This is not my personality. This is the biggest lesson in my life,” Ross said in her statement. “I feel extremely bad about it. Thank you all for your support.”

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Well, here we go again.  This is a never ending battle, and still he sits there in the People’s House sucking on his thumb.  FOX News.com represents our example of idiocy from the Obama administration for tonight.

Anael Martinez and Anibal Escobar

Police: Illegal Immigrants Raped 14-Year-Old Texas Girl at July 4th Party

A pair of illegal immigrants raped a 14-year-old Texas girl at July 4th party in Texas, where the teen was later found sitting naked in a bathtub, police said.

The victim told police that she went to an Independence Day party with her cousin in Horseshoe Bay, Tex., about 40 miles northwest of Austin, where she was left in a room with Anibal Escobar, 19, and Anael Martinez, 22, MyFoxAustin reported..

The two Honduran natives, who told police they are in the U.S. illegally, made advances at the victim and then raped her, she told police. The victim’s cousin discovered her in the bathtub and brought her home.

Escobar and Martinez were arrested early in the morning on July 9 and face felony charges of aggravated sexual assault, MyFoxAustin reported. Local investigators contacted Texas Rangers to assist in their investigation and translate, as none of the witnesses at the party or the suspects spoke English.

Obama, I do not care whether or not you want to do your job.  You are required BY LAW to do your job!  Our Constitution DEMANDS that you are responsible for the safety and security of American citizens.  You are failing at your constitutional job.

You have made it blatantly obvious that you care nothing for the American Constitution; you refuse to salute the American flag; you ignore the National Anthem; you are an embarrassment to our nation.

RESIGN, OBAMA!  You have proven that you are not worth the time and effort the American people are expending in our efforts to right the wrongs that you are creating for our nation and our citizenry.  We are tired of watching you destroy our nation from within, and we will not stand for it any longer.

We are tired of having you spend our money faster than we can get it to you.  We are frustrated with the idiocy you exhibit on a daily basis, and it is way past time for you to leave.  I have decided that the reason you are hiding your birth certificate is not only because you know that you are not legally qualified to hold the position you do but also because you are an illegal immigrant yourself.  You should be deported immediately if not sooner.

You are scarring our nation and bringing unmentionable pain and suffering to the American people because of your ridiculous and ill-grounded policies.  Take your so-called advisers, secretaries, Senators and Congressmen with you and get the heck out of Dodge, Obama.  You are no longer welcome here.

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The subtitle for this article should be, “This stuff has got to stop!”

Prosecutors dismiss rape charges against illegal immigrant

By Mike Carter

Seattle Times staff reporter

Snohomish County prosecutors have dismissed rape charges against an illegal immigrant whose arrest in Edmonds sparked outrage because he had been deported 10 times before.

Jose Madrigal-Lopez, 46, pleaded guilty to a single count of misdemeanor indecent exposure last month after prosecutors dismissed the second-degree rape charges after concluding that the sexual contact may have been consensual, Snohomish County Attorney Mark Roe said Thursday.

Madrigal-Lopez was arrested after a witness saw him standing, with his pants down, over a woman outside an Edmonds supermarket.

The woman first told police that he had offered her $35 for sex and then raped her when she refused. Jail records indicate that she told police she was screaming for help, but a source familiar with the investigation said she changed her story.

“The evidence was relatively equal on whether or not it was consensual, so we were not completely convinced,” Roe said.

Madrigal-Lopez was sentenced to 90 days with credit for time served for the indecent exposure charge in the Snohomish County Jail. He is now in federal custody.

On Thursday, Madrigal-Lopez appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge John Weinberg in Seattle on a new federal felony charge of illegal re-entry, which could land him in prison for 10 years.

Madrigal-Lopez has a long criminal record in the U.S. of mostly drug offenses, although he was convicted of theft of a firearm in California and unlawful sexual contact in Denver.

He was deported to Mexico 10 times between 1997 and 2004, but each time returned to the U.S., according to the court records.

I do not know which of the woman’s stories is the truth, but if she had told the truth the first time, one of two things would have happened.

  1. Jose Madrigal-Lopez would have been tried and possibly convicted of rape charges, or
  2. He would only have been charged with immigration offenses and the indecent exposure charge to which he pled guilty.

I wish I had some way of personally tracking Madrigal-Lopez.  I’d like to see how long it will take him to get back into the U.S. once he is deported for the 12th time.

That’s the short version.  Here is the longer version which contains some slightly different information plus a video on the linked webpage:

Investigators: Edmonds rape suspect deported nine times

by CHRIS INGALLS / KING 5 News

EDMONDS, Wash. – The KING 5 Investigators have learned that an illegal immigrant accused of raping a woman in Edmonds Sunday has been deported nine times. That’s much more than previously reported.

Immigrations and Customs Enforcement won’t comment on the case of Jose Lopez Madrigal. But KING 5 got the information through confidential sources and documents.

Larry Klein was the man who heard the alleged victim’s cries for help. Police say the suspect pulled the woman off the street to a dumpster and raped her.

“I could see the back of his head. I could see his pants were down. I could see her lying on the ground. I could hear her crying, but I couldn’t really see her face,” said Klein.

Klein called police, who quickly arrested the suspect. But learning his identity took much longer because of some 30 aliases. It was only through fingerprints that they identified him as Madrigal, a Mexican citizen.

Madrigal’s arrest and immigration record includes a staggering number of contacts with law enforcement since 1989. That’s the year he was convicted of theft using a firearm in California.

He was deported a couple of times after that. Then in 1999, he was arrested for drug sales in both San Diego and San Francisco. Records show that he was deported three times that year between April and August.

He was arrested for drugs again in Stockton, Calif. in 2000. In 2002, he pleaded to third degree sexual assault in Denver. Later that year, he was deported again. And in 2003, records show he was deported three more times.

People who live near the scene of Sunday’s alleged rape wonder how it could keep happening.

“Makes you wonder, what are we doing wrong? How is he getting back in here?” said Kirby Aumick.

“It’s troubling. I mean, if this man should not have been in this country, he should have been behind bars then, really, this is a senseless tragedy,” said Klein.

According to our sources, Madrigal’s last contact before Sunday was around 2003. So, it’s not clear how much of that time Madrigal was in this country.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement has refused to comment on the case which started making national headlines when it was learned that Madrigal had been deported several times prior to the Edmonds case.

In reviewing records and talking with confidential sources, the KING 5 Investigators learned just how extensive Madrigal’s immigration and arrest record is.

They found he was first deported in California in 1989 and since then he’s returned from his Mexican homeland and been arrested for drug crimes, a sex assault in Colorado and other offenses.

One criminal justice source says Madrigal is a “poster boy” for the federal governments ineffectiveness at keeping the most serious “criminal aliens” – illegals who commit crimes – out of the United States.

In the meantime in an unrelated incident:

East Texas man caught smuggling immigrants in Sarita

by Sergio Chapa

Posted: 07.08.2010

An East Texas man is behind bars in the Rio Grande Valley after he was allegedly caught smuggling four illegal immigrants at the Sarita checkpoint.

U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested James Earl Lovett on human smuggling charges on Monday night.

Court records show that the 32-year-old Huntington, Texas man drove up to the Border Patrol checkpoint in a maroon Nissan Quest.

Border Patrol agents allegedly found four illegal immigrants from Mexico hiding under blankets in the back of the mini-van.

Lovett allegedly admitted that he smuggled the immigrants for cash.

The Huntingon man appeared before U.S. Magistrate Court Judge Ronald Morgan in Brownsville on Wednesday morning.

Records show that Lovett is an American citizen and has a criminal history that included theft, unlawfully carrying a weapon and marijuana.

Judge Morgan denied bond for Lovett until a Monday afternoon hearing.

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…and I must show my ID when:

Pulled over by the police.

Making purchases on my department store credit card.

I show up for a doctor’s appointment.

Filling out a credit card or loan application.

Applying for or renewing a driver’s license or passport.

Applying for any kind of insurance.

Filling out college applications.

Donating blood.

Obtaining certain prescription drugs.

Applying for a marriage license.

Filling out an application for a new apartment.

I am going to test drive a car.

I registered to vote.

If you look underage when trying to buy beer or alchohol.

Making some debit purchases, especially if I’m out of state.

Collecting a boarding pass for airline or train travel.

I’m sure there are more instances, but the point is that we citizens of the USA are required to prove who we are nearly every day!

Why should people in this country illegally, be exempt!!!!!

Why shouldn’t we guard our borders as closely as every other country in the world does?

Go ARIZONA !!!

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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.

Respectfully,

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