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REP. BILBRAY: ARIZONA COPS CAN SPOT ILLEGALLY PRESENT IMMIGRANTS BY THE WAY THEY DRESS

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  1. Adi's Avatar
    Is it because I am reading/listening news much more than I used to or is there something else, but I am noticing more of these clowns showing up everywhere? Who makes them leaders? And why do they open their mouth without getting informed? Is ignorance and idiotic comments being praised by Americans nowadays (God knows what will happen if they make those school cuts fully effective)?
  2. Another Voice's Avatar
    See there is going to be a dress code to walk in AZ, if you clothes are too ethnic or you are poor, you may get pulled over by the police!!! If you are a fan of your native's country Soccer team you may not want to wear the Jersey in AZ, you will be in trouble.... You better be safe and shop at the GAP or J Crew.
  3. George Chell's Avatar
    Another low IQ Republican...if he is trying to be a racist at least he should talk some sense.
  4. LOL's Avatar
    All brown folks will now have to wear Abercrombie ;-)
  5. Jim's Avatar
    The bill hasn't even been enforced nor signed yet and people are already profiling.

    And people that thinks that those against the AZ bill are over-reacting on the possible negative effects of the bill?


  6. George Chell's Avatar
    "The bill hasn't even been enforced nor signed yet and people are already profiling."

    AZ has always been a racist state. I know at least two racist women living there...that is not including the minutemen folks. For all those really concerned about this, please start by boycotting USAirways which is located in Tempe. I have not flown them since 2007. Their service is really bad and I was hoping that United, whose service is not great either, would take them over and move the jobs to Chicago or Denver...but that is not to be!
  7. USC's Avatar
    Just in:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/24/us/politics/24immig.html?hp

    You can trust a Can to do the wrong thing!!
  8. George Chell's Avatar
    "You can trust a Can to do the wrong thing!!"

    Wait for lawsuits next and this may go all the way to the Supreme Court!
  9. USC's Avatar
    NY Times to John McCain:

    Come Back, John McCain.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/23/opinion/23fri2.html



  10. s's Avatar
    "Wait for lawsuits next and this may go all the way to the Supreme Court!"
    To quote Bill Maher "Law offices of Scalia , Thomas , Roberts and Alito" will validate/uphold any law rightwings wants to
  11. Jack's Avatar
    I don't get the hubbub over this since manner of dress is already a legally allowed factor in 'reasonable suspicion' a person is an illegal alien. I get the feeling a lot of the people who are outraged about what they consider 'racial profiling' in the AZ law don't know it already exists at the federal level. So are they saying we already have a federal 'police state'? That's what can be inferred.
  12. LFWF's Avatar
    Jack,

    So can we infer from all your excuses that you are OK with people being stopped on the street, papers being demanded followed by prison...because of their clothes?
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