Modern Patriot Supports Arizona 100%…

I’m a legal American citizen and I must show my ID when: 
     1.  Pulled over by the police.

    2.  Making purchases on my department store credit card.  

   3.  When I show up for a doctor’s appointment
   4.  When filling out a credit card or loan application
   5.  When applying for or renewing a driver’s license or passport..
 
   6.  When applying for any kind of insurance
    7.  When filling out college applications
  8.  When donating blood.
  9.  When obtaining certain prescription drugs.

 

  10.  When making some debit purchases, especially

            if I’m out of state.

  11. When collecting a boarding pass for airline or train travel

I’m sure there are more instances, but the point is that we citizens of the USA are required to prove who we are nearly every day! 

Why should people in this country illegally, be exempt!!!!!

Why shouldn’t we guard our borders as closely as every other country in the world does? 

                               Go ARIZONA !!!

 

               

Their livelihood is threatened..I support Arizona….Keep up the fight…Just MY Opinion

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4 Responses to “Modern Patriot Supports Arizona 100%…”

  1. How often do you have to prove you are a citizen?
    That is the issue.

    Personally, I think Arizona has the right idea but the wrong application. Instead of passing a law about upholding federal laws (which is stupid) , they should have passed a law that says that any person applying for anything from the state government has to prove they are a citizen of the US. IF they had done that then:
    1. Anyone who applies for a driver’s license has to demonstrate they are a citizen first. If not a citizen then they have to show legal US residency.
    2. If a person wants to receive state healthcare, then prove you are a citizen.
    3. If a person wants to be employed by state government, prove you are a citizen.
    4. If you want a birthday card from the governor, prove you are a citizen first.
    5. If you want a voter’s registration card, prove you are a citizen.

    This would have been a great law and could not be challenged in any court except Arizona’s where you would first have to prove you are a citizen in order to file it.

    • Passing a law that up holds federal law, may seem stupid to you, but should federal laws not be enfoced, then the state has the authority to enfroce those law’s. This is the problem Arizone faces today.

      Should they passed thier own, and seperate law to combat the problem. They would then be, passing a law that would be superseded by federal law, which would then claim that their law was unconstitutional. It’s a no win situation.

      The federal government won’t enforce their own law’s. They only hinder the ones who do.

      As for having to prove your a citizen, I do everyday. I put a wallet containing everything I need, into my pants pocket every morning. I do not need to make excuses for those around me. If the government won’t enforce their laws. The states should have the right to..Just My Opinion

      • Ok, we can disagree on this point. I believe we are headed for tyranny when states uphold federal law. I seek more independence from federal law.

      • Tyr·an·NY
           /ˈtɪrəni/ Show Spelled[tir-uh-nee] Show IPA
        –noun, plural -nies.
        1.
        Arbitrary or unrestrained exercise of power; despotic abuse of authority.
        2.
        The government or rule of a tyrant or absolute ruler.
        3.
        A state ruled by a tyrant or absolute ruler.
        4.
        Oppressive or unjustly severe government on the part of any ruler.
        5.
        Undue severity or harshness.
        6.
        A tyrannical act or proceeding.

        I see it as we already have tyranny. The one ruler being the US government. I don’t see Arizona asking the Tyrant to enforce their law, to be out of line. Eighty miles inside their border has been deemed too dangerous for travel, for US citizens according to our government. Yet they refuse to do anything about it. The sovereignty of their state is at risk. Arizona should be able to protect their state, from the illegal immigrant issues they are experiencing.
        Having family that live in the Phoenix area. I hear of the issues they face Their land being trashed, property being stolen, drug dealers with weapons in their back yard. Not to mention the laws, the US government has passed to protect it’s citizens from foreign invasions, and not enforcing. They turn their head, to the complaints of their own people, and when they pass a law to try and force them into applying their own laws. They are sued by the the tyrant, and seen by their brothers as racist. I just don’t understand it.
        How about if they took 80 miles of northern Wisconsin, and deemed it off limits to US citizens? Let’s say those wild Canadian types, were drug running, and smuggling people across the border. If you traveled into their territory, you run the risk of being shot or kidnapped. The land that you own, should it be in that part of the state would be worthless. No one would buy it, should you decide to sell, and you would try to sell. You would get tried of being awakened in the night, by someone trying to break in your home for water or food. The possibility of being killed in your sleep, by those who really have nothing to loose. Oh! Did I mention the US government won’t help? This may seem extreme, but it’s everyday life to those who live close to the border.
        I would love less interference by the US government. I want more independence, but if they force their laws on me. They should enforce them, when they pertain to me..Just My Opinion

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