Thursday, November 16, 2006

Enforcing Federal Law at the Local Level

Note to ACLU and other Pro-Illegal groups who are suing local towns who wish to enforce Federal Immigration Laws:


If a state can't enforce federal law for immigration it can't regulate any federal law. Usurping the authority of federal law would be passing any law that the federal government has made a law on.

The federal government made a national speed limit of 55 miles an hour a few years back demonstrating its regulatory authority over speed limits. All states have speed limits and that would be usurping the federal governments authority. And they enforce them.

There is federal law concerning drugs, therefore no state can usurp the federal law by usurping the federal governments authority to regulate illegal drugs.

The federal government has gun laws and interstate laws concerning nearly everything, no local state can usurp the federal governments authority to enforce those laws.

That list goes on and on. If we can't enforce immigration law then we can't enforce any other law of which the federal government has staked a claim.

Its no more stupid then what is happening right now. If we can't enforce immigration law because it is federal we can't enforce any other federal law in whole or in part.

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