Eric Holder Finally Moves…In the WRONG Direction

By Sandra Robles
From Newsmax

“Attorney General Eric Holder says the federal government may challenge Arizona’s new law on immigration.

The attorney general told reporters Tuesday that he fears Arizona’s new law is subject to abuse.

At a news conference, Holder said that the Justice Department and the Homeland Security Department are in the midst of conducting a review of the state law.

The Arizona law requires state law enforcement officials to ask people for documentation if they are suspected to be in the country illegally.

The attorney general says a number of options are under consideration including the possibility of a court challenge.”

Never mind going after the Black Panthers intimidating voters in Philidelphia, let’s go after the States left struggling with illegal immigration because the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WILL NOT PROTECT OUR BORDERS.

All I can say is LETS KEEP HIM BUSY!!! Florida has passed a similar law through their senate and house and are waiting on November vote. Georgia is considering doing the same. Ohio announced their intentions today.

It is a shame that the NC Legislature is too progressive to protect our citizens from this expensive invasion of illegal immigrants in our state.

Speaking of progressivism…NC Attorney General Roy Cooper does not have the GUTS to join in the protection of North Carolina citizens from being forced to purchase government mandated healthcare products.

From NCConservative

“Twenty states have joined together to challenge whether the recently enacted federal health care bill is constitutional. Last week, North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina won’t join those states in their lawsuit.

Mr. Cooper explained that his decision was based on the law and his belief that the federal bill was constitutional. However, his decision appears to be nothing more than a political move.

Specifically, he doesn’t address the most important legal question. This is convenient because the question is difficult for defenders of the law to answer.

In the health care bill, individuals are required to purchase health insurance or suffer a financial penalty. This provision is the most legally problematic provision of the bill.

Congress doesn’t have unlimited power. Congress derives its power under Article I, Section 8 of the United States Constitution. The power under this section that most likely would give Congress the authority to create this individual mandate is the Commerce Clause.”

Obama must be worried to death that he is LOSING CONTROL. He is worried about November, but most of all, he is worried about 2012. If the states beat him at his own game…where will he get his votes?

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