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Regarding the decision today by U.S. District Tyrant Judge Susan Bolton to block certain parts of the AZ immigration law (SB 1070), and depending how things play out over the next few days, Arizona has a couple options. It can certainly appeal the decision, as it already is doing, but radical tyranny may require more drastic solutions. More realistically, Arizona could:
(1) following the Tenth Amendment, ignore the federal court and implement their law regardless
(2) following Article III, Section 2 of the Constitution, pass an emergency resolution removing any jurisdiction from the federal courts on state laws involving immigration. Although Article III, Section 2 of the Constitution reserves this right for the U.S. Congress, seen through the lens of the Tenth Amendment and given the tyranny of the federal courts, states could presume this authority e re nauta.
Other states then should pass similar immigration-enforcement laws, attaching to them language that removes judicial review from the federal courts.
Addendum: What particularly is disturbing about the Obama Regime’s refusal to allow Arizona law authorities to check the immigration status of suspects is that it’s contrary to general law-enforcement practice. In nearly every country in the world, the local police have the authority to check the immigration status of those detained. By not allowing the police to verify immigration status of suspects, the Obama Regime is not concerned about the “constitutionality” of such measures but simply does not want immigration laws enforced. In short, the Obama regime has failed to protect the citizens of Arizona and can no longer be viewed as interested in the wellbeing of American citizens.