Obama administration's response to immigration law ruling
Talking Points 6/26
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- Date Jun 26, 2012
Talking Points 6/26
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Everyone I'm Laura Ingraham in tonight for Bill O'Reilly thanks for watching us.
The Obama administration's response to the Supreme Court ruling on Arizona's immigration law.
That is the subject of this evening's talking points and am now.
So shortly after the decision came down yesterday Homeland Security announced that it is suspending its agreements with Arizona police.
Over reporting illegal aliens that are found in the states.
So while the Supreme Court upheld.
Police officer's right to stop and question suspects regarding their immigration status.
The feds and will not acted deport those individuals.
Unless the suspect has a felony record has previously been removed from the country or is -- recent border -- there.
It is worth noting that under -- -- that driving under the influence or do you wise are considered misdemeanors and Arizona.
Unless it's a third offense or done on a suspended license.
Just two years ago the Obama administration began ramping -- to secure communities program that was started under President Bush.
And as your call that initiative meant that local law enforcement would send fingerprints to the feds to check the immigration status of suspects.
But today it's all -- shots because in reality Obama is no deportation temporary -- -- amnesty policy extends to every one.
Not just to those under the age of thirty.
Now this mean make a -- -- -- really happy but not Arizona sheriff Joseph Arpaio who's the target of attorney general holder.
Appearing on my radio show today the sheriff acknowledged that he may no longer be able to hold illegals that they apprehend.
That happened today here if we stop someone wherever illegally -- -- only includes and they refuse to take a moral right to topple back on the street so welcome.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Hoping I can do to work around us now Bobby's situation.
Incredible and the difference between Obama.
And in 2009.
And -- Obama today of course is that today he's fighting for his reelection.
In today he needs Latinos to turn out big.
For him in November of course.
Now enter the new hotline announced by the Justice Department.
For those with concerns about both the Arizona and the Alabama Alabama immigration law.
He -- the Department of Justice that civil rights division.
If you're calling about the immigration law in Arizona.
-- the immigration law and Alabama.
Or any other immigration law press one for English.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- Okay how about a hot line that includes an option to press three.
For those who feel like the government has abdicated its responsibility to enforce are borders and -- -- laws on the books.
Or maybe press four if you've been the victim of a crime committed by an illegal alien.
Well don't hold your --