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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Understanding Before Disagreeing

Related Link » President Obama Chooses Kagan For Supreme Court
“In addition to her academic career and public service, Kagan is also respected for her temperament, said the president, adding that she approaches issues and problems by ‘understanding before disagreeing’.” [emphasis added]
— Posted by Marcia Coyle on May 10, 2010 (The BLT)

Related Link » Arizona Referendum Drives, Targeting New Law, Dropped
“The two proposed referendum drives challenging Arizona's new sweeping law targeting illegal immigration are being abandoned, organizers said Monday. […] [The law's] provisions include requiring that police enforcing another law must question a person about his or her immigration status if there is "reasonable suspicion" that the person is in the United States illegally. It also makes it a state crime [i.e., in addition to a federal crime] to be in the country illegally.” [emphasis added]
— Associated Press, May 11, 2010
Legislation = Justice | Enforcement = Racism          h/t Theo

Understanding before disagreeing! What a novel, refreshing concept. Our Word-Smith-in-Chief is truly The Master of "strike while the irony's hot".

All that vocal outrage, including The Obama's and that of his barking supporters, over Arizona's new law is directed at its falsely alleged racial profiling. The Arizona law, for those who deign to understand it, however, mimics its corresponding Federal law. It explicitly demands a prerequisite act of law enforcement and the additional subsequent proviso of a priori reasonable suspicion.

But the knee-jerk barking jerks on the far left of sanity can't be bothered with such technicalities. According to their beloved illogic, Arizona's law is "trampling on" (formerly termed "shredding") the Constitutional rights of everyone concerned, most especially those who don't have many (if any) — those who are in this country illegally.

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