Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Arizona law mimics federal law

This is just a quote from Gateway Pundit's post, but it bears repeating. Read the whole post here.

"The law has been in the books for 70 years and the new Arizona bill just reinforces this national immigration law.
Byron York reported:

Some people might not know that since the 1940s, federal law has required non-citizens who are in the United States permanently to carry on their person, at all times, the official documents proving that they are here legally — green card, work visa, etc. That has been the law for 70 years, and the new Arizona law does not change it.

Kansas Secretary of State candidate Kris Kobach mentioned this yesterday at the Winning Back America Conference in Independence, Missouri. Kobach, who has successfully defended Arizona immigration laws in the past, also noted that it was liberal hero FDR who first initiated these laws 70 years ago."

Take that, whiners

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