The country of Mexico is suing AZ over the immigration law! Your thoughts, insights, etc., please?
Mexico says its interest in having consistent relations with the United States shouldn't be frustrated by one state.
Are they kidding? So it's only frustrating to THEM? How about us? Can we sue the Mexican government for not policing it's citizens at the border? How about when their drug dealers and human smugglers come over and injure or kill one of our citizens? Should we be able to sue their government for not policing it's people?
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Mexico also says it has a legitimate interest in defending its citizens' rights and that the law would lead to racial profiling.
Um, yeah, they have an interest in defending them in their own country. They have no right to defend them in this country if they are proven to be here illegally. I read the article, but still have yet to figure out what grounds they are fighting the law on. And while they are at it, shouldn't they be filing against the federal law as well? Or is it just that they know the feds won't enforce but the state will? Idiots.
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