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But first Arizona governor Jan Brewer signed that controversial law and she was inside -- -- corporate today's arguments governor.
Budget that first another preceded how far how close to the front I was sitting right behind the bar in the front row in the dead center and what it was -- -- first or even the Supreme Court no.
Been to this approved -- a couple of times.
And not today it was a great day I believe for freedom for states' rights and our seven militants -- -- -- there's such a thing Greta as a good day and Clark.
I think today was the day.
-- -- I've -- -- so many times they can that the court's gonna go one direction find out they're just being polite to me or -- asking probing questions only later to find out that I was sent.
Very disappointed I was very very fascinating I think that we.
Found out that today.
What what everybody was really waiting to find out who was what was scant seventy all about and it was of course.
It was very clear we found out that it was not about racial profiling.
Or bigotry are ethnic claims and it was about the rule of law and it was so clear it was -- and it's what we've been saying our message.
It was great what how many got a question to remember we're focused on whether it was racial profile and I mean was that the as it was racial profile that -- come up a number of times well -- you know -- I -- Two years ago.
When I signed the bill -- all started even before that time for two years we've heard nothing.
Other than Arizona is racist Arizona is they -- it and it is all about racial profiling.
You walk down the street in Phoenix in your -- and ice cream -- you're gonna get arrested.
If you don't have proper IT -- -- -- Today about his Chief Justice Roberts made it very very clear.
That this issue is not about racial profiling in the -- solicitor general.
And -- as you're right it's not about racial profile the Chief Justice -- better they -- general said it was a communication between both of them.
I am when you want to get some Boeing did you expect that I media didn't get some good and she noticed -- -- -- -- how does that does that does that rugged.
Well it's always -- if you don't like it.
Up there billing you and ridiculing him that you know we've gotten a little used to witness that great person that I guess working its way up properly.
So -- listen of course it is not the way others until let's do it backed up.
We have so many other supporters and supporters that I think it but.
-- is overweight by support.
So you lost in the ninth Circuit City you have to get five votes now in order to win answered the instinct part about this court today was that one justice justice.
Elena Kagan had disqualify yourself because -- -- the Justice Department when the fuss started over the so Justice Department.
City had -- to inside and outside.
According worried about.
-- and I -- anyway -- out you know he's.
Always I believe that then on kind of both sides of the issue is eccentric center out of today -- -- that I felt that some of the questions that he asked and -- his comments where a very very positive.
I just I feel very very positive unlike any time that ever been in a courtroom on any kinda case that today we were victorious.
-- ranked highest.
If you don't win if you don't get those five votes in drawing up their need to judge it.
How wet let's say -- by the end of -- you don't get that they come out of the decision and yellows and affirmed the the lower court.
What are you -- do -- can have.
Go back to -- I'm ordering and I just was at the end of it.
Well I -- not that it's probably not end of that I think it would probably have to you that consult with our legal counsel.
You see what direction now we should take enough certainly with that people of Arizona in his -- What they think we should do we listen to the input from our constituents of course.
I am I'm not even at that point I just -- today was victorious and that in the late June -- -- -- that really.
She -- this is a look legitimate.
Dispute ideology or thoughts about how law should be read over the role the federal -- for -- and how much is old fashioned politics and trying to get a vote.
I picked up a lot of it is settled that's of politics trying to get a vote I think it's been a lot of pandering done.
By the opposition trying to make it racial and looking for Latino votes and using scare tactics if you will.
And and and building this up to something that it never was meant to be.
So much in this information has been presented from.
All levels of of government all the way to the president I am I'm -- to say.
-- -- President I liken cleaning can you poke you -- in the chest -- -- finger on the title openly knicks at I wail look I mean people I dragged my finger I -- senate -- says it's seeing things happen to him so he gets up the other end that things.
Every episode but we -- seeing pretty stern you might -- like the present.
Do I liked him.
I liked him as a person I like him he's my president delight.
Do I -- agree with him philosophically absolutely not there's very few things that I agree with him on.
And I think that the American people -- probably agree with me.
Bottom line is is that the president when he ran he promised things.
To his electorate.
That he was gonna deliver and he hasn't done any of those things none of we're gonna do this -- -- the budget we're gonna.
Lower your taxes we're gonna get that DREAM Act through we're gonna -- you know block -- block and none of it's been a cop what would you like to see some.
Illegal immigration remedies by the -- yes.
Yes circulated that I got I guess that answers that you know after 1070.
-- -- Positive feedback from the sprint car and we get our border secure we need to address the other species that are facing our country.
Government exploding alleged DC nice to see you as always you.