Does Obama Think He's Actually Beaten Arizona By Locking Them Out? Think Again...
June 29th, 2012
By Barry Secrest
So, the Obama administration thinks it has locked out Arizona from being able to identify illegals after decoupling itself from Arizona's 287 (g) programs?
Oh, ye of smallish bureaucratic minds.
It would probably be less than undifficult for the state law enforcement officers to set up under-the-radar programs with neighboring states, which will stealthily utilize their 287 (g) portals into the Federal bureaucratic system, which will allow the Arizona officers to continue their work in identifying those who don't belong.
Not only that, they might also be able to utilize these "friendly states" to draw off the illegals that Obama has refused to deal with in Arizona.
You see, the issue is simply the fact that Arizona's border, for numerous reasons, is a magnet for illegals looking to "cross-over." So, it would stand to reason that these neighboring states of Arizona's, and numerous others, might truly be interested in helping Arizona staunch the flow, so to speak, that will eventually only end up within these other state borders anyway.
Not to mention even those Red States, which diametrically oppose everything that the White House has perpetrated to date; do you think they might actually toss Arizona to the wolves?
You see, there are numerous, empathetic law enforcement offices dotting the landscape, profusely in the southwest US, if not in many other places. Not to mention the fact that human ingenuity always finds a way around ridiculous bureaucracy, and Sheriff Joe is what we can easily tout as being existentially adored across Obama's contiguous 58 states.
So, while El Magnifico and his borderless disciples might think they have found an original way around the checks and balances of an equal branch of government, being the Supreme Court, their disingenuous elation is premature, at best.
But what if the Feds find out and decide to take action against these neighboring states for aiding and abetting the Constitutional enforcement of US law?
Those states might literally say, "Go ahead, make our day."
Regardless of all, Obama's move after the SCOTUS decision will probably ring the final departing bell of a completely out of control administration that simply can't even buy a win in November, especially after all of this.