Skip to comments.MSNBC Poll
Posted on 07/03/2010 9:26:22 AM PDT by Paul46360
Do you support Arizona's tough new law on illegal immigration?
In July, Arizona will begin enforcing a new law that requires law enforcement officers to check someones immigration status if they have reason to suspect that he or she is in the country illegally. Do you think this is a good idea?
Apparently, they didn’t get the result they wanted — even with the very misleading wording of the question.
The survery won’t let me vote again - darn it!
YES YOU CAN...just clear the cookies from the browser
The poll question is misleading - the new law doesn’t authorize law enforcement to check status if they “suspect” someone’s illegally in the country; they’re allowed to check status if the person is stopped for another offense. Typical MSNBC BS.
Delete the msnbc cookie and you can revote.
Just like Chicago!
The question is falsely worded but since they asked it, the response is still the same as it would have been if they asked the question correctly.
MSNBC is racist.
This just means that reform will be “DEEMED” into law.
Just like Chicago!<
Too funny. Sadly true though. I voted three times. Once for me, once for 0Dumbo, and once for DeadFish. I'm just doing my patriotic duty cause I know dearReader will not.
Go to tools, internet options and clear your cookies, history, etc and refresh your browser and you can vote again.
Or change your name to Mickey Mouse
What I still don’t get is that Missouri has already passed an identical law to Arizona’s five eyars ago and there is a total media blackout on this. I’ve tried to call Limbaugh, Hannity local radio etc. and they simply do not wnat to talk about it. The minute you mention misouri they will say they will think about it and they can’t hang up fast enough. I have some ideas why this is and I do not like my conculsion.
Here is the link.
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