In the states, an odd brew is steeping

In the states, an odd brew is steeping

There are 6 comments on the The Herald story from Mar 17, 2011, titled In the states, an odd brew is steeping. In it, The Herald reports that:

Here in Washington, the immigration debate is in stalemate. But in Kansas, there has been a breakthrough.

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Lee AZ

Mesa, AZ

#1 Mar 17, 2011
When the federal goverment fails to protect the
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
and our congress and senate are such week-kneed POL
is it any wounder we still have a country left ?

Lee AZ
Veteran
Door King

Tescott, KS

#2 Mar 17, 2011
"legislation in South Dakota that would require every adult to buy a gun"

Only those of Tea kind would require every one to buy a gun, yet claim that requiring them to have health insurance is not Constitutional.
ProudNativist

Indianapolis, IN

#3 Mar 17, 2011
With the new trend of kicking to the curb of more and more of the useless tax and spend marxist communist amnesty supporting demoratic politicians at the fed level eventually the fed gov may come around and start enforcing existing immigration laws. In the meantime it's been pretty obvious that if any enforcement of existing immigration laws is to be done right now it will have to be done at the State level. State after state has passed an Arizona type immigration bill.
Door King

Tescott, KS

#4 Mar 18, 2011
Only to find them denied by the courts.
ThomD

Olathe, KS

#5 Mar 18, 2011
Dork King,

You have to understand something.

Most people are aware that Judges in this country are all political.

At some point, regardless of what a judge says, or rules, States will take matters into their own hands.

If that requires some to secceed - then so be it.

But Marxist or far-left liberal judges will not continue to reign over this nation - by making political decisions instead of Constitutional rulings - and there are still enough patriots left in America to insure that doesn't happen.

Now go back to your room and smoke some more dope.
Door King

Tescott, KS

#6 Mar 19, 2011
Yes, and the federal government will march in. You rednecks have tried that before; remember. Arizona failed to pass more restrictions because it was BAD FOR BUSINESS.
All the growth in Kansas for the past ten years has been Hispanic growth. It shows up in every city; first the good news, we're growing! Secondly, the bad news, they're all Mexicans! What are you going to do; your restuarant is full of Mexicans? You gonna hate them or love them? The same is true of the growth in Arizona.
You see the problem, you stupid-son-of-a-bitches?
It's the market you love so much.

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