Thursday, September 29, 2011

Does a Majority people in the "Deep South" - Love to Hate?

Police in Alabama are getting ready to enforce what is considered by many as the toughest immigration law in the United States.
Beginning Thursday, authorities can question people suspected of being in the country illegally and hold them without bond, and officials can check the immigration status of students in public schools, Gov. Robert Bentley said.
Those two key aspects of Alabama's new law were upheld by a federal judge (remember the Federal Judge is also a "good ol' boy" - the federal judge in a federal court in Alabama and probably a resident "of the south." on Wednesday.
The governor said parts of the law take effect immediately.
"Today Judge Blackburn upheld the majority of our law," Gov. Robert Bentley said in a brief statement he delivered outside the State Capitol in Montgomery, The New York Times reported. "With those parts that were upheld, we have the strongest immigration law in the country."
However, he also said that the law "was never de­signed to hurt fellow human beings," according to theMontgomery Advertiser. "As a physician, I would never ask a sick per­son if she was legal or illegal. But as governor of this state, it is my sworn duty to uphold this state's laws, and that is what I intend to do," Bentley said.
Left standing were several key elements that help make the Alabama law stricter than similar laws passed in Arizona, Utah, Indiana and Georgia. Other federal judges have blocked all or parts of those.

It's time for normal people to stop traveling to the South, for American Companies to stop expanding and employing in the South and possibly (since those folks are "Creationists") time for god to withdraw oxygen in the South! (incuding Arizona, Utah (LDS Country) Indiana (uber-white folks) and Gerogia(?)

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