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Restraining Arizona, Unleashing the President

TeaPartyPatriot4ever Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 2:04 AM
As the US Supreme Court's excuse in this Az. immigration SB1070 law case and their decision, this may be a literal interpretation of the law and correct in the eyes of the most of the US Supreme Court Justices, but in the world of common sense, decency, and right and wrong, it is wrong. Obviously, the next US Congress must address this and write new Federal laws to deal with this inequity when it comes to the Individual Sovereign State's Rights to be able to protect and defend their own States and the States resident people in their own State, otherwise why even have a State when a State has no legal right of Jurisdiction in this matter.

The legislation created two conflicts that rose to the national stage. The first is whether any government may morally and legally interfere with freedom of association based on the birthplace of the person with whom one chooses to associate. The second is whether the states can enforce federal law in a manner different from that of the feds.

Regrettably, in addressing all of this earlier in the week, the Supreme Court overlooked the natural and fundamental freedom to associate. It is a natural right because it stems from the better nature of our humanity, and it is a fundamental...