on that basis the ruling was right. however the bigger picture is if the feds will now enforce the constitutional laws on the books and whether or not law enforcement (or lack thereof) is an impeachable offense. imo not upholding the law can be construed as impeachable. let's see if congress has enough will to do this. still pretty tricky because there are still many fools in this country who are wild for the prez and don't have a clue about the constitution.
[QUOTE=Jungle Shift Jet;4500564]Do a little more analysis before whining. The AZ law pre-empted some of what the feds can/should do-states canít enforce parts of federal laws the federal government doesnít want them to enforce. That is understandable that those sections were struck down. The part about jobs-where it is a [U]criminal [/U]offense for an illegal immigrant to seek work or hold a job is too strict and doesn't hold the employer accountable.
The part B. Hussein didn't like (where he likened your neighborhood DQ to a potential holding pen), the reasonable suspicion part allows state authorities to aid the Federal government. It supports the law rather than preempting it. Not conservatives/the GOP/rational people's fault that (D) and 0 won't enforce the law. Scalia knows how dumb it is to have a law on the books that can't or won't be enforced.
[SIZE=3]8 United States Code section 1304(e) or 1306(a) [/SIZE][/QUOTE]