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SB1070 & the Tea Party…

SB1070 & the Tea Party…

The national media outlets and leaders of certain minority communities are blasting the airwaves and internet with “legal opinions” about the new immigration law and even suggesting boycotts against Arizona — ironically most of these comments are from people who are not from Arizona. Like so many other issues that we conservatives find to be important, the leftist controlled media has distorted what SB 1070 will do.

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said the federal government may challenge Arizona’s new law, and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, said Arizona’s new immigration law could siphon federal money and staff needed to go after truly dangerous immigrants.

I want make one thing very clear here….Gov. Jan Brewer did not write federal immigration laws that require permanent residents to carry green cards, or make it mandatory for employers to check immigration documentation. Washington did.

Arizona State Senator Sylvia Allen stated on a blog that “The federal law is very clear, if you are here on a visa you must have your papers on you at all times. That is the law. In Arizona all you need to show that you are a legal citizen is a valid driver license, MVD identification card, Native American Card, or a Military ID. This is what you need to vote, rent a car, or to use a credit card when shopping. So nothing new has been added to the federal law.”

SB1070 requires police officers, “when practicable,” to detain people they reasonably suspect are in the country without authorization and to verify their status with federal officials, unless doing so would hinder an investigation or emergency medical treatment. It also makes it a a misdemeanor to not carry immigration papers. In addition, it allows people to sue local government or agencies if they believe federal or state immigration law is not being enforced. Some opposing the bill state that Arizona doesn’t have the right to enforce this law, but according to a blog post by Attorney Walter Moore:

In 1983, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit — you read that right, the Ninth Circuit — concluded, in Gonzales v. City of Peoria, 722 F.2d 468, that, “Although the regulation of immigration is unquestionably an exclusive federal power, it is clear that this power does not preempt every state activity affecting aliens.” Rather, when “state enforcement activities do not impair federal regulatory interests concurrent enforcement is authorized.” The Court accordingly held “that federal law does not preclude local enforcement of the criminal provisions” of federal immigration law.

No one is going to be stopped on their way to an ice cream parlor or walking down the street. The Liberals who are in power in DC are angry because we dare try and do something about the problem. They want the “Transformation” of America that President Obama has talked about to continue.

The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) did an analysis of the latest Census data which indicates that Arizona’s illegal immigrant population is currently costing the state’s taxpayers about $2.2 billion per year for education, medical care and incarceration. In 2020 that number is estimated to rise to $3.9 billion. Those costs do not include Special English instruction, school nutrition programs, or basic welfare benefits.

To put this into perspective, the proposed Prop 100 sales tax that has everyone in a frenzy will raise about $1 billion annually from the private sector. Illegal immigration clearly costs Arizona taxpayers more than any proposed tax hike. So I ask you this, if the Tea Party movement is about lower taxes and fiscal responsibility; should we or should we not get involved in this debate?

Bottom line, we can’t afford to pay for the illegal population that is here now . This administrations push for Amnesty will tear this County, this State and our Country apart. Amnesty will be a genie that cannot be placed back in the bottle.


  1. nightcrawler says

    I believe SB1070 will be the stake in the heart of the Tea Party.

    All the momentum of the health care debate has been overshadowed by this immigration debate.

    Do you really believe that the 50+ demographic of tea partiers have the nerve to dress up in costume with bullhorns in hand and protest against thousands of youngs latinos. What a great photo op..Anglos on one side, latinos on the other. Not gonna happen, nor should it.

    The Libertarians who by all rights founded the tea party are indignant over the Constitutional over-reach of this law. Liberty lost for some is liberty lost for all. Tranny from the right is no different than tranny from the left.

    I know the author of this post fancies himself as a spokesman for the tea party by virture of naming a group using the words “tea party” in the title.

    Organizing the tea party is the beginning of the end. It is the ultimate sell out.

  2. nightcrawler says

    PS.. Tyranny is the correct spelling.

    Although the other meaning applies here are well. Big brother dressed up as immigration reform.

  3. Antifederalist says

    I’m not omniscient nor omnipresent, so, I don’t know or see everything, but I SURE don’t see the immigration issue negatively affecting the Tea party. Granted, you WANT that. You’d rather the Tea Partiers just blithely go forward blind to any negative impact, but I’m just skeptical. The Tea Party is filled with individuals oppose wasteful spending, oppose big government and support the constitution. We’re wasting a lot of money supporting illegals, big government wants the illegals here, and the constitution allows the feds to control the flow of illegal immigrants.

    Not all Libertarians are open borders. And Libertarians made up a grand total of 1.7% of the 2002 gubernatorial election. They’re not a huge force and not all of them will split with the Tea Partiers.

    Indeps? Many of them are former Republicans frustrated with the lack of adherence to the principles and platform. If anything, Republicans are adhering to the principles of strong national defense by trying to stem the flow of illegals. I’m not sure the Tea Party will lose many of those Indeps.

    So, again, I just don’t see this issue as divisive to the Tea party. Does it divide Republicans and democrats? Open borders folks and non-open borders folks? Sure. But they’ve been divided for a long time anyway. I just don’t see a net effect.

  4. Stephen Kohut says


    In your dreams. The members of the Tea Party I help facilitate and the members of the other Tea Parties I go to are strong backers of S1070 as is 70% of Arizona voters are large including a majority of Democrats. Illegal immigration is the one topic that Arizonans agree on in overwhelming numbers. It puts the Tea Parties in agreement with the average Arizona voter and, rather than hurt, will help agreement with and support of the Tea Parties. It does not come any better than a 70% demoographic in politics.

  5. James Davidson says


    Where is Congress on SB1070? Congress has plenary power over immigration in the Constitution and Congress could stop it tomorrow if it wanted to. If SB1070 is the new apartheid, why would Congress let that happen? Democrats control the Senate 59-41, and they could pick off Senator Graham. Speaker Pelosi rules the House.

  6. nightcrawler says

    I suspect Congress will feel the heat from both the left and the right on this issue. Obama made promises to the Latino community about immigration reform while campaigning. They have not forgotten and will be sure to remind him before the mid-term elections.

    Stephen, I don’t buy the 70% figure. Perhaps 70% of Republicans, not the general population. We shall see what the numbers really are in November.

  7. James Davidson says


    CBS/NYT has it nationally 60% either favor (51%) or think it does not go far enough(9%).

    Congress will feel the heat, but would they do nothing if it truly were apartheid in Arizona, or truly were a repeal in Arizona of the Fourth Amendment?

    How about, the Left melted down in a frenzy of emotion, and ignorance, and when someone looks at the law rationally it is none of the above. There are reasons to be for it or against it. Racial profiling and apartheid and police state are not among them.

  8. nightcrawler says

    It isn’t the reality that counts, it is the perception. You are fooling yourself if you believe the Left or the MSM will look at it rationally. Are they using it to their full political advantage, you bet.

    My point is that the unintended consequences of this bill on our state economy were grossly underestimated. Business (that means jobs) will suffer.

    As far as Congress acting, we are only a week into this, let’s revisit this in a few months and see what happenend.

  9. James Davidson says


    Perception matters, but reality does as well. Reality eventually can force perceptions to bend. I have never believed the Left or MSM would do much of anything rationally. I had hoped for a modicum of honesty. That’s lacking. Read Robinson’s column today for a dose of foolishness, to put it politely.

    You may have a point about unintended consequences. We’ll see.

    As for Congress, not a chance. Obama already has sounded retreat, though still playing the demagogue. He’s got a much bigger fish to fry called incompetence in the Gulf, coupled with owing favors to that nasty British Petroleum.

  10. Stephen Kohut says


    EVERY ballot measure to control illegal immigration has passed by 70% or better. That is political reality.

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