Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Obama's Department of InJustice Prepares To Challenge Arizona Immigration Law; How About A Countersuit?

Let's review:

The Obama Administration and their willing lapdogs in the media have attacked Arizona's new law that cracks down on illegal immigration with lies and slander.

Members of the Administration, including the terrorist enabler Eric Holder of the InJustice Department, have admitted publicly they haven't read a law they've also criticized.

Members of the Administration, the President and his own party have sided with the President of Mexico against the State of Arizona.

Despite the fact that Obama is now sending 1,200 National Guard troops to the border, it's apparent that it was all political theater. His InJustice Department, which refuses to prosecute the New Black Panthers for Election Day voter intimidation, is planning to challenge Arizona's new law (Fox News).
A team of Justice Department attorneys reviewing the new immigration law in Arizona has recommended that the U.S. government challenge the state law in federal court, but the recommendation faces an uncertain future and tough scrutiny from others in the Justice Department, sources with knowledge of the process tell Fox News.

Staff attorneys within the Justice Department recently sent higher-ups the recommendation. At the same time, the Justice Department's Civil Division, which oversees the majority of immigration enforcement issues for the department, has drafted a "civil complaint" that would be filed in federal court in Arizona, sources said.

The draft complaint challenges the Arizona law as unconstitutional, saying it is illegal because it impedes federal law, according to the sources, who would not offer any more details about the draft complaint or the arguments made in it.
This runs counter to a 2002 memo during the Bush Administration, which said police officers had "inherent power" to arrest illegal aliens.

Question for the Constitutional Scholar Obama: What part of Article IV, Section 4 of the US Constitution are you not familiar with?

Article IV, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution

"The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence."
Gov. Brewer and the State of Arizona should file a counter suit against the Administration and the InJustice Department, and use as evidence the refusal of the federal government to enforce federal immigration law, which Arizona modeled their law after.

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