Their View: Arizona immigration argument leads to national ID

Apr 29, 2012 Full story: Silver City Sun-News 37

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court took up the issue - and from what the justices said at oral argument, it seems the United States might soon be getting more European.

Full Story
First Prev
of 2
Next Last
mka

Perry, GA

#1 Apr 29, 2012
Who would manage a federal id program? if the federal govt were to manage it like they do the VISA program it would mean more infrastucture with no results! I believe the supreme court will agree that states do have a part in the immigration program by virtue of the fact that: a) the illegals live in a "state", they have a right to know who is residing within their borders, and will be the ones that have to deal with them as criminals; deal with the litters they bring along (or have), that diretly affects their schools, medical, food stamp and subsidy programs.
What

Kansas City, MO

#2 Apr 29, 2012
The States.
Patrick

Poland

#3 Apr 29, 2012
Mom we need more lube for tonight.thanks.

“Assimilate & Speak English!”

Since: Jan 07

Lansing, IL - now: Pomp Bch FL

#4 Apr 29, 2012
The Real ID Act will help. It officially goes into effect January 13, 2013. Only two states have not implemented it thus far, as they are the only two states that issues a driver's license to illegal aliens. They'd best get moving, or the people living in those states won't be able to get on a plane or enter a governmental building.
magadala

United States

#5 Apr 29, 2012
"...that the law could be used to discriminate against Latinos, who are more likely to look suspiciously like illegal immigrants in the eyes of the Arizona police."

Haven't latinos gotten it yet?!!! Over 40% of them are illegal aliens!!!! Where would you go looking for them, in an all white neighborhood, or an economically upscale neighborhood?!!! NO! A resonable policeman would go to the bario and rack 'em in! Geeze!

Also, I as an American citizen would not have a problem producing "papers" to legitimize myself. I am asked for my drivers license to prove eligibility for driving ROUTINELY, and am not at all offended. Wait a minute!!! I just realized, the only people who have problem with this are illegal aliens, NOT seniors and minorities as they say to justify not having papers!!!
Question

Omaha, NE

#6 Apr 29, 2012
Rebel wrote:
The Real ID Act will help. It officially goes into effect January 13, 2013. Only two states have not implemented it thus far, as they are the only two states that issues a driver's license to illegal aliens. They'd best get moving, or the people living in those states won't be able to get on a plane or enter a governmental building.
I live in NE. We have the secure drivers licenses, however, I'd like to know how a person with an ITIN can get a license, then register to vote. I find this disgusting at best. Any ideas?

Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#7 Apr 29, 2012
Question wrote:
<quoted text>I live in NE. We have the secure drivers licenses, however, I'd like to know how a person with an ITIN can get a license, then register to vote. I find this disgusting at best. Any ideas?
Fraud. Which they will be deported for.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#8 Apr 29, 2012
i still like the idea of HR2885 better than the real id. yet may go perfect together
Wong

Kansas City, MO

#9 Apr 29, 2012
spytheweb wrote:
<quoted text>
Fraud. Which they will be deported for.
No it's done with the blessing of someone. The Govt knows what's going on, however, refused to allow a voter ID law last month to pass. Too many state senators in the tank for immigrants. They used the worn out excuse a photo ID would be too hard for immigrants and low-income "folks" to obtain.
Wrong

Kansas City, MO

#10 Apr 29, 2012
Wong? LOL @ me!

“Assimilate & Speak English!”

Since: Jan 07

Lansing, IL - now: Pomp Bch FL

#11 Apr 29, 2012
Question wrote:
<quoted text>I live in NE. We have the secure drivers licenses, however, I'd like to know how a person with an ITIN can get a license, then register to vote. I find this disgusting at best. Any ideas?
You don't need a social security number to get a driver's license. You *do* need to prove you're here legally. To register to vote they merely make you check a box stating you are a citizen. They should require you to prove citizenship in order to register to vote. Period.

Turn the person in. I would!
Question

Omaha, NE

#12 Apr 29, 2012
Rebel wrote:
<quoted text>
You don't need a social security number to get a driver's license. You *do* need to prove you're here legally. To register to vote they merely make you check a box stating you are a citizen. They should require you to prove citizenship in order to register to vote. Period.
Turn the person in. I would!
I would if I could. We have an entire area in Omaha, NE called "Little Mexico" with the (D) Mayor's blessing, calling our town a sanctuary. The information I received is from an excellent source, however, names weren't given. I do know of a Hispanic convicted felon having served time for drug distribution, living with an illegal Mexican. He told me she's illegal. They have 5 under the age of 6 and she's ready to deliver again. He's a small business owner, using cash only. It's difficult if not impossible to get city inspectors, little lone L.E. to act in that protected area of the city. The City Councilman and State Senator are in the tank protecting them as well. Anything they want, old Sen Ben Nelson's found federal funding for also. Harry Reid's hand picked Bob Kerrey to run for Nelson's seat. Sorry I went on and on, however, it's frustrating. TY
Question

Omaha, NE

#13 Apr 29, 2012
Rebel wrote:
<quoted text>
You don't need a social security number to get a driver's license. You *do* need to prove you're here legally. To register to vote they merely make you check a box stating you are a citizen. They should require you to prove citizenship in order to register to vote. Period.
Turn the person in. I would!
I know when I needed to reniew my license to the secure one, I had to provide: Certified State B.Certificate, Utitily bill and or Deed or Property tax receipt, vehicle registration, etc. Gosh perhaps I should have died my hair jet black, spent time in the tanning booth, applied for an ITIN, used a Sharpie for my brows and learned Spanish? lol
Free is Free

Albuquerque, NM

#14 Apr 29, 2012
Question wrote:
<quoted text>I know when I needed to reniew my license to the secure one, I had to provide: Certified State B.Certificate, Utitily bill and or Deed or Property tax receipt, vehicle registration, etc. Gosh perhaps I should have died my hair jet black, spent time in the tanning booth, applied for an ITIN, used a Sharpie for my brows and learned Spanish? lol
What you should do is take a chain saw to that enormous chip on your shoulder.

“It matters but not very much”

Since: Oct 07

Houston, TX

#16 Apr 29, 2012
Free is Free wrote:
<quoted text>
What you should do is take a chain saw to that enormous chip on your shoulder.
Oh, please. The poster has a ligimate complaint.
Free is Free

Albuquerque, NM

#17 Apr 29, 2012
She's legitimately prejudice, nothing more.
Annie

Naperville, IL

#18 Apr 29, 2012
magadala wrote:
"...that the law could be used to discriminate against Latinos, who are more likely to look suspiciously like illegal immigrants in the eyes of the Arizona police."
Haven't latinos gotten it yet?!!! Over 40% of them are illegal aliens!!!! Where would you go looking for them, in an all white neighborhood, or an economically upscale neighborhood?!!! NO! A resonable policeman would go to the bario and rack 'em in! Geeze!
Also, I as an American citizen would not have a problem producing "papers" to legitimize myself. I am asked for my drivers license to prove eligibility for driving ROUTINELY, and am not at all offended. Wait a minute!!! I just realized, the only people who have problem with this are illegal aliens, NOT seniors and minorities as they say to justify not having papers!!!
I think u meant 60% of illegals are Latino

Since: Apr 12

Baytown, TX

#19 Apr 29, 2012
This will just be another annoying place, that we will all hate to go to, and stand in a long ass line

“Assimilate & Speak English!”

Since: Jan 07

Lansing, IL - now: Pomp Bch FL

#20 Apr 29, 2012
Free is Free wrote:
She's legitimately prejudice, nothing more.
Nope. She has a legitimate complaint. You're the one whose prejudice *for* illegal aliens and Hispanics in general.

“Assimilate & Speak English!”

Since: Jan 07

Lansing, IL - now: Pomp Bch FL

#21 Apr 29, 2012
Familia25 wrote:
This will just be another annoying place, that we will all hate to go to, and stand in a long ass line
What is?

The Real ID Act already requires proof of citizenship or legal residency. Too bad, so sad. Guess you and your illegal brethren will be going home soon.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker
First Prev
of 2
Next Last

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Court tosses Washington man's porn conviction Sun californio 2
Hearing over gay marriage laws underway Sep 10 Professor Jumper 46
Idaho, Nevada, Hawaii gay marriage cases in court Sep 8 Yakitori 15
Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada gay marriage laws in court Sep 8 WeTheSheeple 1
Reno Couple Awaits 9th Circuit Appeal In Gay Ma... Sep 2 WeTheSheeple 2
Lesbian couple in gay marriage case prepares fo... (Mar '13) Sep 1 Terra Firma 1,568
Challenges to gay marriage bans: Where they stand Aug 25 Lawrence Wolf 64
•••
Enter and win $5000
•••

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals People Search

Addresses and phone numbers for FREE

•••