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It's obvious that writer hasn't read the law....
Ms. SHEENA GOODYEAR of QMI Agency makes several false statements about what the new law requires...
"several"? she made two...
and AFAIK, both are correct (and one at least was in effect before the new law)
So, tell us which ones are correct....
I agree !!!
"The law calls on immigrants to bring their registration with them everywhere they go, and requires police to question anyone they suspect might be in the U.S. illegally."
Not true at all.
OK, so tell us what IS true
read the law, figure it out
You raised the issue... you support your position !
It is easy enough for someone to shout "not at all true", but you could at least prove your credibility by showing why your claim is true and the other person's is false.
Of course it is so much more fun to just be vague and keep the merry-go-round spinning instead.
You raised the issue...
Not at all true.
Read the thread.
You deserve to be ignored today, Ed...
... so that is what I shall do.
Maybe tomorrow, is you start acting like a grownup instead of an argumentative child... I might deign to play with you.
Replying to me is a great attempt at ignoring me. Hahahahaha!
Like I give a rat's rear end whether you ignore me or not. Do whatever you want, I promise not to care.
BTW, I was right was I not?
He is NOT the one who raised the issue.
RELike I give a rat's rear end whether you ignore me or not.
it's all about cogitation :)
read this sub-thread
Do you have a point?
2 people "raised the issue"
i.e. dis-agreeing with the OP (or with something said in the article the link referred to)
1 is in this sub-thread
An issue can only be "raised" once. The issue had already been raised and was under discussion. The person who raised the issue was C1ay, but Grim misidentified Mike_Hanks as the person who raised the issue.
what ticks me off
is that so many people are trying to make this law about race! It is NOT just about hispanic people, IT IS ABOUT ILLEGALS, no matter what the other side try's to put out there. Of course there are enough ignorant people that will believe anything the hear that fits their agenda and will not look for the facts. Okay I ranted enough,
how many of the est. 480,000 illegals in Arizona
came across the border with Mexico? how many are not Hispanic?
Like anyone knows?? We do have all kinds of illegals, just like you do in Israel, can you tell me how many illegals in Israel are NOT Palestinians?
Re: Like anyone knows??
so good to see you are up on current affairs [NOT]...
and not that it makes any difference, but the vast
majority of Israels illegals are NOT Palestinian
I was referring to the average person in who knows??? I don't keep track, do you? How many africans and asians are in Israel illegally???
You didn't specify an exact number like you expected me to do.
are they illegal?
are they breaking the immigration laws?
What difference does it make?
If they are all Hispanics do they deserve a free pass? What ratio of Hispanics to non-Hispanics would be required to make it acceptable to ask for their status?
Racial politics is a diversion on this matter
Of course you must profile and target whatever population group is closest to the criminals you are trying to remove from our society, so if most to a great degree look Hispanic, then that's where the greatest effort must be targeted. Stopping those who don't meet that profile just to satisfy the whiners and race based political groups is ridiculous and waste of resources leading to inefficiency in accomplishing the task at hand.
...it's against the law to drive with a mask on, some make exceptions for Halloween time period.
If she can wear a burka while driving...
...."I can wear a monkey mask"
"Not one of them there is a picture where you can identify the driver," said Dave Vontesmar, a flight attendant who works at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. "The ball's in their court. I sent back all these ones I got with a copy of my driver's license and said, 'It's not me. I'm not paying them.' "
But police disagree and say they've been watching him closely.
"We watched him four different times put the monkey mask on and put the giraffe-style mask on," Officer Dave Porter told AZcentral.com.
Still, Vontesmar is confident that he won't have to pay the fines, which could exceed $6,500.
"It's obviously a revenue grab," he said of the new photo-enforcement program. "They're required by law to ID the driver of the vehicle. If they can't identify the driver or the vehicle by the picture, what are they doing to identify the driver?"
Arizona police are having a hard time getting a lot of speeders to pay tickets they receive in the mail.
Also, the bumper sticker experiment may apply here. I never put bumper stickers on my vehicles since even without knowing of this experiment I felt they drew unwanted attention from police at times. If you really want to give it a test, get one that says, "All Cops Are Pigs" and drive as usual.
I also never get vanity plates since they first came out. I did get one then in the 70's but then decided I didn't want it the next year and was stuck with it for 3 full years because that's how often you could get the plate replaced free or pay extra fee for both plate and stickers.
Can't they just confiscate his car...
... since it is was being used in the commission of a crime on 37 separate occasions?
The type of crime has a bearing on whether property can be confiscated or not. In Maryland a photo ticket goes to the car owner, at least for the red light cameras. You are responsible for whomever drives your car. They also don't count for points against license, just carry a fine. Confiscation by any truthful name is called "Stealing".
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