An immigration enforcement activist is outraged that a federal judge has caved to president Obama and illegal alien supporters in halting the implementation of most of Arizona's border enforcement law that will take effect tomorrow.
In a decision made earlier today, U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton gutted most of Arizona's immigration law by blocking its most controversial sections. The measure still takes effect Thursday, but it will do so without the provision requiring police to check a person's immigration status while enforcing other laws. Bolton also nullified the requirement that immigrants carry their papers at all times and the section which bars illegals from soliciting employment in public places.
William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration (ALIPAC), says it is hard to find words to express the anger and dismay this decision brings.
"This judge is obviously part of the same cabal as McCain and Obama, [who] want to take sides with illegal immigrants against American citizens," Gheen contends. "My main message to the country today is for people to stay calm, get politically involved and make every special interest politician and business leader that's responsible for this invasion of our nation pay in the approaching elections."
The ALIPAC president believes "the American government, Barack Obama [and] this judge just sided with illegal aliens against American citizens," and he concludes that the will of the American people has been usurped by this decision.