The toughest state-level immigration bill in the country
I was wondering how Hillary Clinton's remarks from the recent democratic candidate debate would fare. I'm assuming, of course, that anyone could discern what her remarks signified since she seemed quite adept at blurring any intent or position as regards the subject of driver's licenses for illegal aliens (illegal aliens: a term commonly used in the days before "undocumented worker" became part of the PC lingua franca).
Well, apparently, Americans in general do have a clear position on this subject. According to recent polling, 77 percent of them reject the notion of granting licenses to illegals. And its not hard at all to understand why. When the state certifies an illegal alien to do anything at all, it makes a pure mockery of the law, as well as exposing the policticans who support such positions for what they are: political hacks who would prefer to focus on "potential votes" versus fulfilling their duty and obligation as public servants.
According to an article in Washington times, the country's strictest immigration crackdown is occurring in Oklahoma. The law passed by the Oklahoma legislature would not only prohibit the granting of state-authorized driving privileges, but would also deny illegals access to nearly every public service that is funded by U.S. taxpayers. It's not surprising that such a law would find passage. What is (pleasantly) surprising, however, is the fact that the law was challenged and a federal judge refused to grant an injunction.
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