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Matthew Kolken on Deportation And Removal

Would you ask this man for his papers?

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The following ACLU video perfectly illustrates why the Arizona Immigration law (SB 1070) is an unconstitutional abridgment, and must be stopped. 

What Happens in Arizona, Stops in
Arizona:




"Would you ask this man for his papers? Why? Because of the color of
his skin? Because of the language he's speaking? Because he's doing
yard work?

The fact is, there is no way to tell who is
documented and who is not. If SB 1070 is allowed to go into effect,
American citizens WILL be subjected to racial profiling. People in this
country legally will be stopped, interrogated and harassed simply
because of what they look like or the language they are speaking.

That's
not right and it's not constitutional. Help us protect the
constitution. Help us stop SB 1070. What Happens in Arizona, Stops in
Arizona." - ACLU Videos

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  1. Michael's Avatar
    If he committed a crime then yeah, if I suspected he is possibly an illegal immigrant I'd ask for his proof of citizenship. If he is a citizen, then he'd get a ticket or arrested for whatever crime he committed. If not, he'll be detained and sent back to the country he left. Anyway, if he ever did commit a crime, the beauty about modern day technology is the system that works nationwide showing the background of U.S. citizens in their computer in their car. But, I guess if the Democrats made the same bill under a Republican administration, the people here will be praising the bill while Republicans will scream racism. It's all politics and the people who stand up for these guys are just followers.
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