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Supreme Court will act on immigration, even if Congress doesn't

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  • My2Cents Kearns, UT
    Dec. 7, 2010 6:32 a.m.

    The Supreme Court cannot challenge and rewrite the laws. It can only interpret the laws. Only Congress has the right to change them. Trying to use the Supreme court to challenge a state law that enforces federal law is unconstitutional and not in their jurisdiction. Constitutional laws dictate that states must obey and enforce federal and constitutional laws so illegal occupation advocates are the criminals violating federal laws. Illegal aliens violate many federal laws well beyond immigration laws that haven't even been mentioned. No matter how you slice and dice illegal occupation, it is a crime and unconstitutional and criminal act of a foreign power. It is even unconstitutional for a president to condone allow breaking the law.

    The sooner we get on with the Mexican/American war again, the sooner we can get our country back in order.