SCOTUS begins arguments on the constitutionality of Arizona’s anti-immigration law. Will they uphold, or strike down?

Strike Down - It violates the 1st, 4th, & 14th Amendment's with its draconian desecration of civil rights!
56%
Uphold - And then Senate Democrats plan to force a floor vote that would invalidate the illegal "Papers Please" law.
44%

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R.A. Stewart
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Both alternatives as written

Both alternatives as written contain truth.  The law does indeed violate the 1st, 4th, and 14th Amendments.  But so what,  when you're dealing with this Court's right-wing majority?  My prediction is we'll see another of those 5-4 decisions upholding it.

@dianhow,

"But  it will not work with voters who can think crititcally  & use logic"

True--so that's 15% to 20% of American voters we don't have to worry about.  :-/

dianhow
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GOP Con judges are having an

GOP Con judges are having an orgasm  over Obamacare  case.   Finally another  chance  to try & deny Obama a 2nd term  But  it will not work with voters who can think crititcally  & use logic which  eliminates Fox   GOP fans - loyal  followers- ditto  heads  

rruppena
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They had better strike down

They had better strike down Arizona's anti-immigration law. I will not vacation there until they do.

rruppena
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Arizona does not know how to

Arizona does not know how to treat people. I will never vacation there until this gets resolved -pro-immigrant.

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