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Will the Supreme Court accept an equal rights challenge to the 'show your papers' part of the Arizona immigration law?

chuck.larlham 2012/06/26 02:41:14
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Yes. It will not be possible to challenge citizenship effectively without profiling, and that will get it struck down.

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  • Schläue~© 2012/06/26 03:53:54
    No. The Court will recognize that profiling in this instance is justified si...
    Schläue~©
    Doesn't matter.
    I have yet to know an illegal in this country who has a valid driver's license, current registration and can provide proof of insurance.
    THAT will be the separation factor. Most who have acquired those items, have already become LEGAL citizens.
  • Z 2012/06/26 03:21:46
    No. The Court will recognize that profiling in this instance is justified si...
    Z
    Your options are childish. While I oppose this law, an individual can be illegal and still be white, and in fact many are. About 45% of illegal immigrants are here on expired work visas or the like. It doesn't require racial profiling. It does, however, require excessive overreach into our lives.
  • ☆ElenaDiamond☆ 2012/06/26 02:42:47
    No. The Court will recognize that profiling in this instance is justified si...
    ☆ElenaDiamond☆
    I think it will be upheld.

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