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-- star -- Arizona immigration law what's your take on.
Well I think it's a bad law.
Don I think the best thing that would happen is that it not be -- -- he Obama administration.
Plan a lawsuit saying this -- federal jurisdiction immigration.
But on the good side we had an announcement yesterday in New Mexico at the rally came -- today.
Of additional national border guards 12100 coming -- And I was pleased that the president met with senate Republicans yesterday and said that.
We've got to have a comprehensive immigration bill not -- border security but the legalization and then.
Clampdown on those that hire illegal.
So that's that's my take now I I just think it's a very bad law.
Let's arizonans were frustrated that I understood that.
You don't -- This is a federal.
And and I felt very strongly that they overstepped their bounds put their friendly state you know I'm not for all the boycott.
So that's -- we are right now dot.
All -- on the course -- -- as real low and as you're about to tell the government what donate things it can't blame Googlers on events.
First Russia but what and the law is bad.
Well what the law says -- Is that a police officer has delay.
Papers citizenship papers.
Identity papers for anybody that he -- -- be there.
The role of the federal immigration.
Is something that at a state level.
Thank you legally.
If you look at the constitution.
You look at a lot of the state who can.
You're not allowed to do so what this is gonna cause this look anybody that looks -- panic.
In Arizona 30% of hated the -- anyway in the there's been there for generation.
Could be pulled over by a police officer who is not totally innocent they're very confident.
-- all they're gonna end up doing instead of chasing criminals if it trying to find somebody's that is there illegally.
And and that's that's what -- could not -- unwieldy but also in my judgment racially profiling.
Legal all the law doesn't say it -- that you can just pull somebody over because it looked like.
Well -- do -- but don't look at a you have it through me with my computer at an early.
And senator no lower Ryder nobody in the locals say -- those -- -- Dull -- clothes that anybody that is deemed suspicious that doesn't say that you can all -- -- but it says anybody that look for the gracious well.
You know that could it be silk so my point here is that I think this is hurting -- -- it turn it economically.
Image wise but but the real culprit here is the congress that -- failed to deal with comprehensive immigration.
And President Obama trying to -- President Bush try to do it they get credit a comprehensive bill a couple years ago that said.
You know you're good we're gonna have more border security which.
We -- yet they are more help National Guard and that's -- governor of rule complaining when she and I were flying over borders.
Secondly clamping down on those with -- legally.
And third a legalization plan you know anybody that's here in the United States.
Have to if they want to say learn English -- back Packers got the background check get in the back of the line.
You know be be responsible and and then yet you don't get you don't -- -- you get if they get caught.
That's what we could do comprehensive immigration otherwise you're gonna have states like.
That's all and others there's only about fifteen states trying to do what are some of them.
So you know we've got to get the congress could really act on things actual pollution.
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