Friday, July 30, 2010
A Clinton-appointed Federal judge has struck down Arizona's new immigration enforcement law in order to prevent discrimination against imaginary people.
Ignoring the millions of real illegal immigrants in this country, and the real violent crimes associated with the wide open border policy - as well as the law which specifies that hypothetical situations can't be stipulated when qualifying a judgement - judge Susan Bolton wrote an impassioned defense of an imaginary legal alien from Chile who the evil Arizona police stop for walking his dog without a leash.
Barack Obama had similarly struck a blow for the civil rights of imaginary people when he stated that the evil Arizona police might harass a make-believe Hispanic who wasn't carrying his papers when he took his make-believe children to get pretend ice cream.
But as long as we're now forced to use hypotheticals as the basis of law, Hope n' Change feels compelled to ask the following question: what happens if judge Bolton's imaginary dog (who is not on a leash) savagely attacks Obama's imaginary children on their way to get ice cream?!
Do Bolton and Obama really think it's fair for children to be denied police protection and have their throats ripped out, and gurgle their last pitiful cries while writhing on a scorching Arizona sidewalk just because they "look Hispanic"?!
We are outraged and saddened that our nation's executive and judicial branches engage so readily in racial profiling, and care so little about the tragic deaths of Hypothetical-Americans.
Which is why Real-Americans need to throw these idiots out of office as soon as possible.