Friday, August 19, 2005

Justice Delayed, Obstructed

By Dimitri Vassilaros - Friday, August 19, 2005 - Tribune-Review (
... Arizona voters in November overwhelmingly approved Proposition 200, which prevents illegal aliens there from accessing government programs and voting in elections.

And yes, a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently decided not to block its implementation.

But apologists for illegals refuse to say no mas.


If you are having difficulty wrapping your mind around this -- that a law mandating that the law be obeyed is not being obeyed -- well, you should have seen this coming.

The law prohibiting aliens from entering illegally has been ignored for so long and so cavalierly by the federal government that it has led to the breakdown of the rule of law.

Why is it that our judges could not see this coming? They have interfered in democracy for so long, and subverted the rule of law so frequently, that they seem blind to the consequences of their actions.

As this article discusses it is seriously being proposed that illegal aliens cannot be denied complete rights in America because they have "squatters rights".

Do you think that because elected democrat and Republican officials failed to enforce the laws of our land that makes these invaders citizens and grants them legal rights? Can this be a serious legal argument? Our judges think it is. They clearly have nothing but contempt for representative democracy.


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