Andrew Thomas: Another Amnesty in the Works


A m e r i c a n  P o s t – G a z e t t e

Distributed by C O M M O N  S E N S E , in Arizona
Tuesday, February 26, 2013

When a bipartisan group of U.S. Senators announced plans in January 2013 to push new immigration legislation, Americans learned that the leaders behind this latest effort to deal with the nation’s broken borders would cross the political aisle. But it did not take long for them to realize that bipartisanship came at a price: amnesty for all illegal immigrants.
Coming together for this purpose was the so-called Gang of Eight. The members of the group were Democratic Senators Michael Bennet of Colorado, Richard Durbin of Illinois, Robert Menendez of New Jersey, and Charles Schumer of New York, and Republican Senators Jeff Flake of Arizona, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, John McCain of Arizona, and Marco Rubio of Florida. Their proposal was the most ambitious immigration package since the 1986 reforms known as the Immigration Reform and Control Act(or Simpson-Mazzoli Act).

The Gang of Eight’s proposal would allow the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in America to remain without fear of deportation. They would be required to register with the federal government and pay a fine and then would receive “probationary legal status.” This would allow them to remain in the country and work.

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  1. Yup. Another amnesty is in the works. If you, Andrew, hadn’t been such an idiot, and gotten disbarred by filing ridiculous charges against judges, maybe you could have helped. If you would have gone after all the below 21 asu students with fake id’s and charged them with identity theft, like you do with mexicans, we would have taken you seriously. At best, you are a delusional wannabe, and if I were Sonoran Alliance, I wouldn’t allow you to post here.

    You, Andrew Thomas, represent what is absolutely the worst in America. You used your position to drum up racial hatred, in the hopes that it would get you elected to a higher station (governor). Your ploy failed. I could get into the minute details of what you did, but I won’t. Leave this forum, and dont come back. We dont want you here. We want real conservatives with real ideas that include every Arizona citizen. Republican or Democrat, we do not tolerate racial hatred. We judge individuals as individuals. You broke that compact. You are a bigot of the worse sort. I will not tolerate having you near my neighborhood… Has someone put an ankle brace on you, so that I can monitor your whereabouts?

  2. I forgot to add that it is reprehensible that we don;t have a U.S. Attorney with balls that would bring charges against Andrew Thomas. I’m sure there’s a lot of stuff to find, if one looks carefully at what he did. Just printing his name and posting his pictures on anti-drug flyers ought to be enough — he was using federal anti-drug money to promote himself, for his re-election bid. But, nobody bothers to enforce the laws on white boys…..

  3. TruConserv says:

    Bill Shine (as you identified yourself as in an earlier comment), why don’t you reveal the real reason you don’t like Thomas? You were arrested for a DUI while Thomas was the County Attorney. Why don’t you just stop drinking and driving?

    From the AZ Supreme Court’s public records lookup:

    Case Number: M-0761-CR-500002
    Title: ST OF AZ VS SHINE WILLIAM ALL Category: Criminal
    Court: Surprise Municipal Filing Date: 1/3/2005
    Judge: JUDGE CRAGAN Disposition Date: 2/8/2006
    WILLIAM ALLEN SHINE DEFENDANT – D 1 Date of Birth: 02/1959
    Citation Count Description Disp. Date Disposition
    C00051385 1 FAIL TO COMPLY-COURT ORDER 2/8/2006 COURT DISMISSAL
    Case Activity
    Date Description Party
    5/11/2011 DPS MANUALLY FORWARDED DISPO D 1
    2/8/2006 ORDR DISMISSAL/CASE W/PRJDC D 1
    2/3/2006 MOTION FILED BY STATE D 1
    3/9/2005 DISPOSITION/COMMENTS D 1
    3/4/2005 DISPOSITION/COMMENTS D 1
    2/22/2005 DISPOSITION/COMMENTS D 1
    2/16/2005 ALCOHOL SCREENING COMPLETION D 1
    2/4/2005 DISPOSITION/COMMENTS D 1
    1/18/2005 FUND: DEFERRED PROSECUTION D 1
    1/18/2005 DVRSN PRGRM (11-361;38.1,RCrP) D 1
    1/18/2005 CAL: PRETRIAL CONFERENCE
    1/18/2005 ALCOHOL SCREENING ORDERED D 1
    1/4/2005 CAL: ARRAIGNMENT
    1/4/2005 NOT GUILTY/NOT RESP PLEA D 1
    1/4/2005 PD JP ASSIGNED D 1
    1/3/2005 COMPLAINT FILED-UNIFORM CITATN D 1
    1/3/2005 JAIL: DEFENDANT IN CUSTODY D 1

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