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July 8, 2010

Enforcing immigration law OK for Rhode Island - but not for Arizona?

Topics: Immigration and Border Issues, Political News and commentaries

Lest one harbor any doubt that Barack Obama's DOJ lawsuit against Arizona is purely political theater to appease Latino voters and his far-Left base need only look at Rhode Island, where law enforcement has been doing for years exactly what the Arizona law Obama opposes mandates -- without even a peep from the DoJ.

And then there's the matter of why is it the Obama administration doesn't sue cities and/or states featuring "Sanctuary Cities." The convoluted logic of it all is so nonsensical that it stumped Robert Gibbs in yesterday's WH press conference.

Clearly, the Obama administration believes it can arbitrarily decide when and when not to invoke the Supremacy Clause of the Constitution, since it's obvious that the administration has no intention to take legal action against Sanctuary Cities or the State of Rhode Island.

Related: Obammigration The federal government is surrendering our southern border

Posted by Richard at July 8, 2010 8:59 AM



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