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Rule Of Law Policy Retains Wild Popularity

By Greg L | 12 July 2012 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics, Prince William County | 8 Comments

Politico, hardly a hotbed of conservative thought, says that Americans by nearly a 2 to 1 margin want statewide laws similar to what Prince William County passed in 2007.

On another topic, a large number of voters — 61 percent to 34 percent, want an Arizona-style immigration law in their state.

The Arizona immigration law allows police to check the immigration status of those they have stopped or arrested, if they suspect the person to be in the country illegally.

Notice here that what they’re talking about is a policy that has law enforcement ask about immigration status of persons stopped, not just those placed under arrest.  Now that the Supreme Court has ruled that such inquiries are lawful, perhaps it’s time to bring back what was originally adopted before Chief Deane’s pointless whining about the cost of putting cameras in patrol cars encouraged the Board of Supervisors to modify it.

The people want it and it has the blessing of the Supreme Court.  What are we waiting for?

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  1. Charles Sutherland said on 12 Jul 2012 at 1:55 pm:
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    By making illegal aliens pay the costs of their own arrests, illegal aliens and their relatives can be ‘persuaded’ to move out of town.

    I have previously suggested that it is ridiculous to have traffic fines for otherwise law-abiding citizens, and not have an ‘arrest fine’ of some amount ($100?) for offenders who violate even more serious laws. Why should we subsidize crime by paying the costs of processing arrests instead of making the perpetrator pay his own costs?

    Also, if the violation occurs while in a car or house (DUI, drugs, gangs, etc), apply liens and impound the car or house until the fines (and towing fees and storage fees) are all paid.

    To have such fines would deter much crime, since a major part of the arrests in Manassas are DIP (Drunk-In-Public) and another major group are people from “other” jurisdictions who hide out in the safe-haven Sanctuary City of Manassas — many are “illegals.” Such a fine would also impel relatives (a lot of illegals in the same house…) to monitor their family members, AND, tell people to stay out of town…or get out of town.

    Of course, subsidizing criminal behavior and criminal defense lawyers is part of the economy that honest tax-payers have to pay. Who knows if politicians in Manassas will do anything which might require fortitude? But other jurisdictions should make the bad guys pay for their own behavior.

  2. Maureen said on 12 Jul 2012 at 7:43 pm:
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    We’ve tried to get laws passed to have cars impounded and the general assembly won’t pass them.


    We’re waiting for someone with the cohonas (sp?) to do just that.

  3. Riley said on 13 Jul 2012 at 1:48 pm:
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    The BOCS needs to adopt a policy that conforms to what the Supreme Court will allow now that it is clear PWC is not doing everything that it legally can do. No more reason for excuses not to do it.

  4. Loudoun Insider said on 13 Jul 2012 at 2:43 pm:
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    Well, their homebuilder pals won’t be happy about it and will twist their arms, so don’t expect too much.

  5. Maureen said on 13 Jul 2012 at 6:37 pm:
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    Come on Corey. Pete?

  6. Chester said on 13 Jul 2012 at 8:27 pm:
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    USDA uses Spanish soap operas to push food stamps among non-citizens, citizens [AUDIO]


  7. anon said on 14 Jul 2012 at 10:22 pm:
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    @Chester–When I was up on Long Island, I couldn’t believe how many “public service” commercials I heard on mainstream NY radio stations pushing EBT cards, not just the “urban” stations. I’ve never heard those on DC stations–or do I just not listen to the “right” ones?.

  8. Cynic said on 15 Jul 2012 at 9:04 am:
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    Is it not a conflict of interest issue for welfare recipients to have the right to vote?

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