It appears as though Michigan is leading the charge against not supporting Arizona in its time of race-baiting need…
States have the authority to enforce immigration laws and protect their borders, Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox said Wednesday in a legal brief on behalf of nine states supporting Arizona's immigration law.
Cox, one of five Republicans running for Michigan governor, said Michigan is the lead state backing Arizona in federal court and is joined by Alabama, Florida, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas and Virginia, as well as the Northern Mariana Islands.
I'm just really happy to see that The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands , where non-native islanders are not allowed to own land, have decided to take a stand and support Arizona. I had almost forgotten they existed.
Tags: Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Immigration, Michigan, Mike Cox, Nebraska, Northern Mariana Islands, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia
Once again, it's time to take some words and mix up all their letters and then put them back together again to create new words, but in a totally fun and hip way.
But first, here's a few from last week's challenge: Justice Dept. Sues Arizona Over Its Immigration Law…
Dammit, stop Latinos just in case! Euro, I wiz grave ire. (Elizabeth)
Perverse, judicious warm to aliens' stigmatization. (Angel)
Vile statute is now jeopardizing America's tourism. (Dharam)
Here's this week's headline…
Leave your anagrams in the comments.
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Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.) told a roundtable of journalists that he understands the concerns of the gay community has over the Don't Ask Don't Tell survey, which asked 400,000 service members to speculate over whether someone serving with them was secretly a total homo…
"I have my doubts about the content of the survey," the Senator stated.
Although the results will not be out soon, Sen. Levin fears they will soon be leaked. But don't worry, the results of the polls will not in any way affect whether or not DADT is repealed. If the poll results show that the service members suspect gaiety and accept it, it will only embolden the call for repeal. If the service members suspect gaiety and are completely disgusted by it, the Pentagon will have to assume the army is filled with crazy homophobes so nobody should listen to them anyway.
As Senator Levin pointed out, "the military is not a democracy." And, when you think about it, it makes perfect sense. Because democracy is, after all, openly gay. C'mon! Don't tell me you couldn't tell. The stripes and stars? That whole "freedom" and "equality" thing? The showtunes? Come on it's totally obvious.
Tags: Carl Levin, DADT, LGBT, Michigan, Military
Submitted by the mysterious Name.
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