I didn't think it was possible. Alabama finally passed another state (Arizona) in a "good" category. Alabama passed the most restrictive law against illegal immigrants in the nation. What does this mean? Well my guess is Russellville will dry up and Americans might actually get a job at the chicken plant there. We might be seeing more Americans doing landscaping and other menial tasks. And these mights aren't on chickens. I know, its mites,... but you know what I mean.
The ACLU, God help them along with the Southern Poverty Law Center are expected to challenge this in court. Here is a quote from the law center,... "It is clearly unconstitutional. It's mean-spirited, racist, and we think a court will enjoin it," said Mary Bauer, legal director for the Southern Poverty Law Center. Ok, if I understand what Mz Bauer is saying, she is saying the new Alabama law is racist. To what race is it racist to Mz Bauer? No race was mentioned, it just said illegal immigrants. Unconstitutional? Good luck with that. Mean spirited? If protecting Americans rights and enforcing immigration laws are unconstitutional, then yeah, it's mean spirited. What a moron.
From the ACLU,... Jared Shepherd, an attorney for the ACLU, warned that because of that provision, some immigrant parents may not send their children to school for fear of arrest or deportation. Well I really hate it, go back to your home country if you live in fear here, illegally. Or, get legal, your choice.
Activists such as Shay Farley, legal director of Alabama Appleseed, an immigrant advocacy group, said the bill invites racial profiling not only by law enforcement officers but by landlords and employer. AND IT SHOULD!! Why? Because they are illegal, steal Social Security numbers,... use state and federal aid and other services like SafePlace.
"It's going to make us profile our neighbors and our church brothers and sisters," Farley said. Well boofreakinhoo. We live in a world that is too dead gum politically correct. Get legal or ship them home.