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sirden Wrote: May 06, 2012 4:25 AM
Get this message out to all: AZ-Law-Team, Tea Party, Conservatives, Republicans, Independents, citizens, voters ! Everyone is overlooking this: But the above “supremacy” only applies to those powers specifically enumerated and delegated by the States to the Fed-Govt in our written Fed-USC ! And the irrefutable fact is, there is no power granted to Congress to regulate “Immigration” mentioned in our USC ! More importantly, a reading of the debates of our founding fathers involving our nation’s Rule of "Naturalization" in 1790 established beyond any doubt, the various States specifically avoided granting a sweeping power over "Immigration" to Congress. And, the limited power granted is over “Naturalization” which is stated as follows:
sirden Wrote: May 06, 2012 4:26 AM
Congress shall have power:

To establish an uniform Rule of "Naturalization", Art-1, Sec-8

The USC also states The Citizens of each State shall be entitled to all Privileges and Immunities of Citizens in the several States, Art-IV, Sec-2.

Get this message out to all: AZ, AL, GA, MS, IN, VA, SC, UT, PA, OH, illegal-alien-immigration-cases Law-Teams,

Tea Party, Conservatives, Republicans, Independents, citizens, voters !

Even O'Reiily was giving out major misinformation on his show tonight !

He kept saying that the Fed-Govt has the sole authority to regulate "Immigration"

But he's wrong, the USC only says that the Fed-Govt has the sole authority over "Naturalization" and Not over "Immigration"
sirden Wrote: May 06, 2012 4:26 AM
No-one is bringing this up in the Fed-Court cases, the courts have criminally not mentioned this during past illegal-alien-immigration-cases, the AZ SB 1070 case !

Send this meesage out to all the; people, news-radio-tv-talk-shows, websites,

AZ, AL, GA, MS, IN, VA, SC, UT, PA, OH, illegal-alien, immigration-cases-Law-Teams,

and to have a positive-pro-American-outlook-impact on the whole illegal-alien-immigration, social-political-US-Congress issues-debates-policies,

fighting-back-against-anti-American and supporting-pro-American, proposed-bills-laws, going forward !
On no issue is the elite/American divide so great as on immigration. For decades, a majority of Americans have wanted to decrease immigration. Not just illegal immigration -- all immigration.

Nearly three times as many Americans support reducing immigration as want it to stay the same, according to Gallup polls. A grand total of 5 percent of the population want to increase legal immigration -- 10 times less than want to decrease it. I myself would like to deport the people responsible for our current immigration policies.

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