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Friday, August 5, 2011

16 Countries, Including Mexico, File Briefs Against New Alabama Immigration Law

"Argentina, Boliva, Brazil and Colombia among other Central and South American countries are also named on the brief."

Immigration is such a messy subject, for some, People either want Illegal Immigration to run rampant or they do not want it at all.

I myself say that we should boot the Law breaking Illegals back across the border, If I can not go to Mexico and suck the life out of their social programs then they should not be able to do it here.

Too bad and soooo Sad !

As for the sixteen countries that want to bitch about the way we do things here in the states, you may suck my American nuts !
If you shitholes would improve your countries instead of encouraging your citizens to invade the U.S. maybe the world would be a better place.

But out and pay attention to your own bullshit in your own homes.

In an effort to ensure their citizens are treated fairly in Alabama, 16 nations, including Mexico, filed briefs against the state’s controversial new immigration law that has already drawn fire from the U.S. Department of Justice.

Edward Still, a Birmingham attorney who filed the brief, told The Montgomery Advertiser that the nations “want to have one immigration law and not 50.”

"Mexico has an interest in protecting its citizens and ensuring that their ethnicity is not used as basis for state-sanctioned acts of bias and discrimination," the brief said, according to the paper.

Criticism for the law, which is said to be the strictest state-level immigration law in the country, has been fierce and swift. Besides the DOJ’s lawsuit, the Roman Catholic Church, three dozen plaintiffs represented by the American Civil Liberties Union and the National Immigration Law Center have all filed lawsuits against the state’s governor, The Montgomery Advertiser reported.

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