Friday, August 6, 2010

Governor Brewer and Attorney General Goddard ...a couple of suggestions here...what do ya think?

It wasn't that long ago that Arizona's Attorney General, Terry Goddard was against the state's new immigration law...I believe he said something to the effect that he wasn't going to enforce the new law.  But along comes the Arizona State Legislature that passes another law which directs the Attorney General to do his job...
 See Keytlaw: "The Arizona legislature passed House Bill 2162 signed into law by Governor Brewer, which law orders the Attorney General to do his job and defend Arizona’s immigration law. "
Goddard then comes up with an attempt to look patriotic and says he will defend Arizona's law because he  remembers his oath of office...
“I do solemnly swear that I will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution and laws of the State of Arizona, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same and defend them against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge the duties of the office of Attorney General according to the best of my ability, so help me God.”  ...and that he believes in duty, honor & country.
Mr. Goddard, this is where we part company.  You were elected to do a job and refused therefor you should have been fired... and maybe went to prison!  And if it takes special legislation to remind you of where your allegiance is then you are a fake patriot...why don't you move to Mexico and become a real   patriota. ~ Norman E. Hooben

Now for Governor Brewer... Say there Governor Jan Brewer, you don't have to listen to that poor excuse for a judge, Susan Bolton.  In fact she never had jurisdiction in the case to begin with...not according to the following:
In a stunning development that could potentially send the nation into a Constitutional crisis, an astute attorney who is well-versed in Constitutional law states that the ruling against the state of Arizona by Judge Susan Bolton concerning its new immigration law is illegal. 
The attorney in question submitted her assertion in a special article in the Canada Free Press.  Her argument states in part, "Does anyone read the U.S. Constitution these days? American lawyers don’t read it. Federal Judge Susan R. Bolton apparently has never read it. Same goes for our illustrious Attorney General Eric Holder. But this lawyer has read it and she is going to show you something in Our Constitution which is as plain as the nose on your face.
"Article III, Sec. 2, clause 2 says: 
"In all Cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, and those in which a State shall be Party, the supreme Court shall have original Jurisdiction. In all the other Cases before mentioned, the supreme Court shall have appellate Jurisdiction."
In other words, the Judge in the Arizona case has absolutely no Constitutional jurisdiction over the matter upon which she ruled.  As the Constitution makes abundantly clear, only the U.S. Supreme Court can issue rulings that involve a state.
This means that neither Judge Bolton nor the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, to which the case is being appealed, have any legal standing whatsoever to rule on the issue. 
Thus, U.S. Attorney-General Eric Holder filed the federal government's lawsuit against the state of Arizona in a court that has no authority to hear the case. Source: The  Read full story here
So my best advice to you is simply tell Eric Holder, Susan Bolton, and Barack Obama to go jump in the river...better yet, somebody ought to drop them off somewhere in the middle of the Arizona desert.  Just make sure that its close to the Mexican border so their friends might hear their cries of ¡Ayuda! ~ Norman E. Hooben

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