Mexico on Tuesday asked a federal court in Arizona to declare the state's new immigration law unconstitutional, arguing that the country's own interests and its citizens' rights are at stake.
Lawyers for Mexico on Tuesday submitted a legal brief in support of one of five lawsuits challenging the law. The law will take effect July 29 unless implementation is blocked by a court.
Is the Department of Justice accepting applications from any other nation or international entity that wishes to pile on? We're sure the U.N. would love to get in on the act.
By the way, we're looking forward to a court challenge to this law. It was written specifically and amended later on to take on a court challenge. If it is upheld then obviously that's a good thing. If it is overturned, then the American citizens, with even more justification, can look to the federal government and ask: "OK, now that you got what you came for, just what exactly are you going to do about upholding federal law?"
This will only serve to further expose the blatant hypocrisy of the Washington D.C. power structure and will, we believe, make any subsequent amnesty legislation that much more difficult to pass.
A win-win situation as far as we're concerned.