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  1. My reply:

    Sorry Carrie, but states rights quotes from before the U.S. Civil War are pretty lame considering who won and how the federal govt. created a de facto new country ever since. It might be nice to reminisce about returning to the good ole days, but these are the times we live in. Worse, in 1875 the U.S. Supreme Court case of Chy Lung v. Freeman over a Calif. anti-Chinese immigration law established federal control over immigration as part of the commerce clause of the Constitution:

    5. If the right of the states to pass statutes to protect themselves in regard to the criminal, the pauper, and the diseased foreigner landing within their borders exists at all, it is limited to such laws as are absolutely necessary for that purpose, and this mere police regulation cannot extend so far as to prevent or obstruct other classes of persons from the right to hold personal and commercial intercourse with the people of the United States.

    6. The statute of California in this respect extends far beyond the necessity in which the right, if it exists, is founded, and invades the right of Congress to regulate commerce with foreign nations, and is therefore void.

    Is the U.S. Supreme Court about to reverse their decision? Not likely. Hence the handwriting is on the wall with Arizona, sorry. The real question is when the U.S. as a whole is going to face the problem of Mexico and unite behind a general plan to quit treating it as a separate country and work to reorganize it as a new U.S. territory under the U.S. Constitution, which is what we want to preserve above all rather than degenerate to anarchy. Study my 7-step Megamerge Dissolution Solution that shows how it might be done at

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