What`s It`s Like To Be A Crayon In Arizona [Pic]

Submitted by: shortsagitar 6 years ago Funny

It"s funny because it"s true...
There are 117 comments:
Male 3,631
My thoughts exactly Sprinkz.

Oh sh*t, that was like TWO days ago! Clearly in violation of the new forum timeliness amendment. I should build a time machine so I can go back to when anybody cared.

Or does this only apply to arguments?
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Male 670
I`m glad to see that the only person you could get to "argue" with you was a random bystander who agreed that you were posting four too many comments in a row.
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Male 317
"Now that`s just laziness. And I sure am reprimanding a ton of posts"

Really Paul? Things are so dull for you that you have nothing better to do than troll message forums looking for people who comment past an imaginary deadline, and then telling them "it`s not right"? Wow... My condolences my friend. Should probably talk to someone about that.

Anything I can do to help? Pretend to be your friend perhaps? Keep your chin up bucko, things will get better soon! Look, here`s a smiley! :)
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Female 257
wow really? rofl
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Male 670
[quote]Being the new IAM posting police must be taxing.[/quote]
Now that`s just laziness. And I sure am reprimanding a ton of posts--not like you, who has already done so four posts in a row, which was the cause of this argument anyway.

Comment whore much?
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Female 1,623
So.. is this implying that only albino people are allowed in Arizona? I mean, that crayon is just too pale.
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Male 6,694
Wonder how markers are treated?
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Male 4
Do people actually know what they`re complaining about... they DON`T stop people and ask for proof of citizenship! If you are stopped for a traffic violation or arrested or something, they have a right to look you up and see if you`re a citizen. In a state having a HUGE problem with ILLEGAL immigration, I think it`s a valid law. It`s irritating that people see something, assume it must be some screwball hate law and start spamming the internet complaining about it when they don`t bother to try to understand the truth behind it first. Read a newspaper you idiots.
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Male 317
"Huh, looks like you tried that. It only took you one hour to respond to me, but I haven`t seen your post for the entire day."

Whew! Good thing you made your response prior to your new imaginary time limit! Whew!! But thanks for giving in, twas inevitable after making such a ridiculous comment. I mean, imagine how much time it was going to take you to reprimand the hundreds of thousands, if not millions of comments made a day later just right here on IAB!

Saved yourself some trouble there Paul. Being the new IAM posting police must be taxing. Have a great one though.
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Male 38
at least they`re "non-toxic" lol
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Male 313
what about mongorians
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Male 670
[quote]All because someone has something better to do than sit in front of a computer anticipating a reply.

LOL - Pathetic.[/quote]
Huh, looks like you tried that. It only took you one hour to respond to me, but I haven`t seen your post for the entire day.

It really is hard to tell if you`re just trolling or being stupid. But of course, you`re probably going to slave for thirty minutes trying to come up with something witty and then ending it with a "LOL WTF" response to my post, so I`ll whip up a response ahead of time because I probably won`t have time to respond to you.

Well dang, you sure got me with your witty banter! I give in to your superior arguing skills.
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Female 12
OK yes we`re a nation of immigrants but thats a thing of the past and we had half the population that we do now. So right now we need to focus on taking care of our citizens we have now, not foreign people who decide to illegally come into our country and drain us. My boyfriend is Irish and he`s going through all the necessary steps to do it legally and I`m proud of him for that, where is the pride in coming illegally to a country that can barely support its citizens and further burdening it.
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Male 65
im ashamed to have been born in AZ right now.
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Male 317
Oh yea, SMAGBOY, how about going to Google and searching for HB 2162.

Read the Ammendments. Proof you`re wrong. lol
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Male 11
@ dragons_fire. We are a nation of immigrants, this is true. I don`t know about your family, but my family came over from italy, worked insanely hard to build a life for themselves, learned english and opened a business of their own. If they ran across a border under the cover of night, never bothered to learn the language of the country they were invading and lived off of welfare without any intention of trying to make a life I would be just as disgusted with them.
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Female 6
Hey, AZ knows that it`s not discrimination to ask a non-white person to see their papers, because Americans are all white...
So they`ll pass over Canadians and Europeans just because they`re fair-skinned? Man I wish I had been at that meeting.
We`re a nation of immigrants.. how can they forget that?
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Male 25,416
silly
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Male 37,888
Arizona Rocks!
It`s such a bad law that 14 other states are copying it and rushing it through their legislatures. Only California and Obama hate it.

First AZ had Sheriff Joe {google him} and now this! Now add the Mayor of Yuma {see other post} I LOVE ARIZONA!
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Male 317
You`re welcome to your opinion Paul. Yet if you look all over message boards, all across the internet, you`ll witness it happening again, and again, and again. So uh- Who made you the forum posting police? Talk about a thin skin. All because someone has something better to do than sit in front of a computer anticipating a reply.

LOL - Pathetic.
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Male 670
[quote]Actually, had you bothered reading the comments, you`d see these were mostly comments to me that I had not replied to yet since I`ve been out. But thanks for adding your wisdom![/quote]
Sorry, but I have to agree with him. You don`t leave in the middle of an argument, come back a day later, and then still expect the argument to be still taking place where you can still contribute to it.
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Male 317
Actually, had you bothered reading the comments, you`d see these were mostly comments to me that I had not replied to yet since I`ve been out. But thanks for adding your wisdom!
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Male 239
Comment whore much?
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Male 317
"Actually, cuthere2, I do know what I`m talking about. Here, educate yourself: type "az immigration law requires asking for proof" into google and click the second link. From PoliticFact. The link is too long to post here. "


Your comment here shows just how little you do know. See, if you bothered educating yourself even a tad bit before attempting to argue the issue at hand, you` have noticed that the date on the OPINION piece (Still laughing that you`d use THIS as your source... COME ON!) - you referenced, was dated BEFORE the ammendments were added to SB1070. Go check the dates yourself to see that I am right.

This is such a huge gaping hole, and demonstrates your inability to truly understand the issues at hand, or your natural bias to believe anything that supports your OPINION, as opposed to fact. The ammendments made everything said in your opinion piece out-dated. Try again...This time please try to keep the facts staight?
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Male 317
"Actually, cuthere2, I do know what I`m talking about. Here, educate yourself: type "az immigration law requires asking for proof" into google and click the second link. From PoliticFact. The link is too long to post here."

HAHAHAH --- The irony! So you`re telling me, a political OPINION piece supercedes the actual LAW itself! Are you joking with me, or is this really your final answer? lol You decided to combat my FACT (You know, the reading of the actual LAW itself") by instructing me to go read a political opinion piece?

Wow... I`m speechless...
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Male 317

"F*CK YOU AND YOUR DISREGARD OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO BE FREE OF GOVERNMENT INTRUSION INTO OUR PRIVATE LIVES.

You a$$holes talk big game about loving the constitution, but damn will you throw it out the window because of your cowardly fear."


Goalie, I`ve asked more than 8 posters on here to show me where this law is unconstitutional, and not ONE has been able to do it. So if you`re going to make this claim, then I challenge you to show us all where this law is unconstitutional. If you`re going to run your mouth, be ready to back it up with facts. Waiting for your proof...
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Male 317
"it`s funny because culture != melanin."

So much insight he manages to add absolutely nothing to the conversation. Good job!
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Male 347
I was surprised that the product is real.

From the Crayola website: "The crayon colors are: black, sepia, peach, apricot, white, tan, mahogany, and burnt sienna."
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Male 2,290
it`s funny because culture != melanin.
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Female 159
oh my lol! Nice, Suicism : )
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Male 2,516
@Suicism: LOL!
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Male 3,631
Multicultural crayons..


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Male 2,748
wow... it is funny because it is true
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Male 1,045
missing yellow and red.

also, are all people in arizona retarded, most of them, or just the governor?

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Male 3,756
"There`s no actual "white multicultural crayons" since white people have no culture...
/sarcasm off"

5Cats, great comment with lots of zing.
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Male 81
WIN
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Female 94
ha!
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Female 7
So only albinos are welcome in Arizona?
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Female 414
Nahhh thats not true -_-
My bf is white and they asked him the same thing. Lol
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Female 448
I lol`d more at the multicultural crayola crayons than the lame joke.
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Male 1,598
Damn strait!
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Male 94
Just pointing out that its only the left middle of that spectrum being affected. Also, I just read through the immigration bill. Overall it really just forces enforcement. The bill actually places the standards on par with basic criminal standards for activity with it being technically illegal to be biased in the enforcement. The line of racial profiling really at the moment is speculation and can be equated with that of racial profiling used concerning drug running. However, Smagboy doesn`t see how reasonable suspicion goes both ways. If an officer doesn`t suspect anything there is no proof he necessarily had any. If he is negligent that is different story. These clauses are mainly to prevent collaboration on the parts of both officials and citizens as being a crime. Also they are placing a lot of legal pressure on businesses with this law its within the first few pages. The controversy is however just a part or two which present themselves immediately.
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Female 81
lolz the other day i found the crayola multicultural markers in a box at my house...no joke >.< i was like wtf?!?!
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Male 285
wheres the yellow for the chinese people?
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Male 158
I LOL`d
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Male 1,162
How about this; they`ll be asking people who say: "No thats ok" when you asked them "Hi! how are you doing?"

People who dont. drating. speak. english.
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Male 36,374
Having goaliejerry blow an incoherant gasket over quadruple posts? Priceless!
Hey gj! Enforce existing laws or change them! How about that, radical eh?
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Male 698
this is one step closer to another age of segregation
there is so little difference between race and reason for random citizen check
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Male 36,374
There`s no actual "white multicultural crayons" since white people have no culture...
/sarcasm off
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Male 199
lol, "multicultural crayons" ha
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Female 199
wow, is it bad if I laughed and didn`t feel the need to argue?
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Female 29
In any other country it is necessary to carry your papers at all times why shouldn`t people have to in the US face it guys AZ is just ahead of its time and there is nothing wrong with this law
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Male 265
You guys are morons.

The AZ police won`t stop random people just to ask if they are citizens. If they pull you over for speeding, catch you breaking into someone`s house, etc...then they can check on your legal status if they have reason to think you might be an illegal.

Why aren`t more people outraged that the government of the US won`t protect our borders from illegal immigrants, people who have broken the law to enter our country? What gives them the right to break our laws when many immigrants come here legally and follow the laws on entering this greatest nation on Earth.
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Female 109
Arizona disgusts me. Its state government should be so disappointed in itself.
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Male 2
this is all stupid. if nothing else at least people are talking about illegals now. a few years back when i was working construction i made friends with a hispanic man named Roberto. Roberto was illegal, but he was a really nice guy. always brought food from his wife to work and share it, would come over for beers. one day we were talking about our families and he tells me he works construction under one social security number and name, then claims welfare under another social security number and name. he sends all the money he makes from construction home to mexico for his family and lives off of the welfare he and his wife collects. now, regardless of crime in AZ or drugs or whatever, i know a ton of immigrants do this. Roberto tells me most people he knows in CA do this. i know there are people of all races and nationalities that abuse the welfare system, but why should we tolerate people who shouldn`t be here anyway taking advantage of our already damaged economy?
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Male 432
goaliejerry: Nobody reports crimes that happen here. Everyone would way rather get revenge than call the cops and have them get no fines and no jail time.

As example, I was jumped by these people a few years back, when I was fourteen, and they were 21, 19, 17, and 24. A policeman saw it and arrested them. Two ran off free, one of the two that got caught got no jail time, and the other that got caught got no jail time or fines, they were let go and we go no reimbursement, even though we sued. My dad said he`d never go to the police for another thing that happened, and he`d rather take matters into his own hands.
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Female 1,236
First, a few quotes:
"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety. " BFranklin.
"How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don`t think." AHitler
" I use emotion for the many and reserve reason for the few." AHitler
"The great strength of the totalitarian state is that it forces those who fear it to imitate it." Adolf Hitler.
The world has always been a dangerous place...in my opinion, we shouldn`t chip away at the Constitution just to know that if we are murdered in our beds or shot in the street, the perpetrator will at least be an American.
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Male 3,756
I, sir, may not like what bills you pass, but I will fight to the death to protect your right to do so. As long as it`s constitutional.
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Male 4,014
" If you`re legal, you have nothing to worry about"

Its amazing that in this debate its the conservatives - "der der der small government, keep government out of our lives," is all too willing to greatly expand police authority into citizen`s lives.

I want to puke when I hear "if you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to worry about." Ok, lets let the cops do random inspections of my home whenever they want. I have "nothing to hide," so I have nothing to worry about?????

F*CK YOU AND YOUR DISREGARD OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO BE FREE OF GOVERNMENT INTRUSION INTO OUR PRIVATE LIVES.

You a$$holes talk big game about loving the constitution, but damn will you throw it out the window because of your cowardly fear.
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Male 4,014
rapidly.

SO, your "wave" of violent crime must be based on some private, secret statistics, and not racial animosity.
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Male 4,014
"this law is being pushed through is because of a very large wave of drug related murder, assaults, shootings and non drug related rapes, murders and other criminal activity perpetrated by illegal immigrants."

WHAT FACTS SHOW THIS?????

According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, BJS, the violent crime rate in Arizona was lower in 2006, 2007, and 2008 -- the most recent year from which data are available -- than any year since 1983. The property crime rate in Arizona was lower in 2006, 2007, and 2008 than any year since 1968. In addition, in Arizona, the violent crime rate dropped from 577.9 per 100,000 population in 1998 to 447 per 100,000 population in 2008; the property crime rate dropped from 5,997 to 4,291 during the same period. During the same decade, Arizona`s undocumented immigrant population grew
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Male 4,014
AJ - Ignorant how? By perfectly encapsulating the controversy in a silly picture? Its amazing to me that after all the back and forth here, you still don`t think there is ANY DANGER that law enforcement will racially profile. Oh well, we tried.
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Female 1,324
skypirate you obviously don`t watch the news and missed the joke
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Male 2,543
crayola is related to arizona how?
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Male 158
i love America!
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Male 606
STEREOTYPES EXIST BECAUSE THEY`RE ENFORCED.
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Female 1,515
So only albino`s are welcome in Arizona?
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Male 222
Snowmen don`t need to show proof of citizenship because they will melt by the end of the day and supply much needed water to the arid climate.
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Male 10,339
Fail.

Whoever posted this is showing their ignorance.
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Male 351
Actually it is entirely untrue. People can only be asked to prove their citizenship IF THEY HAVE ALREADY COMMITTED A CRIME.
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Male 239
@Ishiidafishy

they wanna go north but hell, not that far north.
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Male 432
IshiiDaFishy: Have you even been to Arizona? No? How can you talk? I`ve lived here for about 15 years and I can say that the majority of dealing, stealing, raping, and murders come from illegal immigrants. (Note that I didn`t say ALL, but MOST. There are meth heads that do that too.) I`m for the law because I`ve seen personally that it`s truly needed.
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Male 11
Missing the point, Ishii. You can take what I said out of context all you want, doesn`t change the fact that the reason this law is being pushed through is because of a very large wave of drug related murder, assaults, shootings and non drug related rapes, murders and other criminal activity perpetrated by illegal immigrants. Never said ALL immigrants do this. But 1 illegal immigrant that rapes or kills is 1 too many. If we enforced our laws, that would be one less dead child or damaged girl.
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Male 773
@ Raib

Cuz all illegal immigrants are dealers, rapists and murderers? Thats funny, cuz i know alot of dealers, a couple murderers, (no rapists) and they are ALL white. Fail firstpost is fail.
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Male 11
It`s funny. All of these comments and no one has mentioned the obvious. Illegal immigrants are just that...illegal. Profiling is wrong, admittedly. Police who stop someone just for being brown, should have corrective action taken against them. But honestly, if a legal citizen gets stopped for his skin color alone and the officer asks for proof...then what the hell? If you`re legal, you have nothing to worry about. If you`re illegal, then you`re a criminal anyway and have no right to be in the country. The law is for the legal citizens of Arizona. Personally, if all it does is inconvenience a few legal citizens but lowers the chance of drug dealers, rapists, murderers, hell even if it takes someone who will run a red light or speed or drink and drive off the street, then suck it up.
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Male 1,371
Worst crayon idea ever.
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Male 3,431
If you don`t live in AZ, STFU.
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Female 798
""I don`t see the Asian crayon."

ninjas >_>"

this just made my day! lmao!
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Male 144
hmm.. the law isn`t racist. The decision to ask goes based on more then just race/color of skin if that. Logically.. If a white guy gets pulled over for speeding... but can reply in a language other than or poor English to an officer...do people expect he will not be questioned or enforced? Maybe I am ignorant ( and I honestly wont dimiss the possibility )..but besides majority immigrations color of skin, I dont understand where race plays a part in conviction. They arent going to question a fluent English speaking Mexican decent, and definitely arent going to stop someone for being a different color..im under the impression that this is only enforced after another reason ..kind of like the seatbelt law used to be in FL..they couldnt pull you over for not wearing a seat belt..but if they pulled you over for another reason,,and you werent wearing it..then you got fined extra. I dont know..just a thought
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Female 9,401
Ditto.
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Male 352
Though this could have been a valid concern, the new bill has rules against this. Color and race are banned factors to discriminate a person with, and in order to see someone`s identification you need to have visual evidence to do so. This part of the bill was unnecessarily exaggerated.
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Male 4,431
The amendments don`t do a thing, cuthere. They do NOT supersede the original language, you FOXNews-swilling simpleton. The simply protect the original language in the appearance of prevention of racial profiling. The original language is still there, and even if the amendment states that a violation happen first, if police think there`s a violation (of any kind), the words still REQUIRE them to check status or be under penalty of fines.

Try getting your information from somewhere other than FOXNews.
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Male 4,431
Actually, cuthere2, I do know what I`m talking about. Here, educate yourself: type "az immigration law requires asking for proof" into google and click the second link. From PoliticFact. The link is too long to post here.

The gist: In discussing these questions with legal experts, we found that everyone agreed that there`s some gray area that will need to be sorted out in future court decisions. That said, the general consensus was that police could indeed stop someone even in the absence of suspicion that a crime was being committed.

Peter Spiro, a Temple University law professor, said that law enforcement officers can use profiling rather than suspicions of a specific crime being committed.

"Police departments come up with profiles that can establish a resonable suspicion," Spiro said. Such profiles "entitle an officer to stop someone and say, `I`d like to ask you some questions?` The officer can then investigate, which could l
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Male 317
Oh yea, SMAGBOY, how about going to Google and searching for HB 2162.

Read the Ammendments. Proof you`re wrong. lol
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Male 317
Funny how all these Liberals also ignore the fact that California has almost identical verbiage in their own statutes, requiring officers to demand "papers" for proof of immigration status on every person arrested.

Only difference, is in AZ, they are asking for proof when stopped for violations. But the rest of the verbiage is the same. And it`s the verbiage that`s been under attack by these liberals. Will be interesting to see how they spin their stories and arguments now.
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Female 1,071
Silly Arizona, only letting the albino crayon in.
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Male 317
SmagBoy --- You are wrong. It does NOT state this. Perhaps you missed the Ammendments to SB1070 that SPECIFICALLY make it ILLEGAL to ask for proof UNLESS an individual has already been stopped for breaking another law. Good grief... How many people are going to enter arguments about topics they know nothing about?



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Male 4
"who`s that white?"

Gingers
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Male 725
YAY! Go Arizona!
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Male 27
HA! HA! I`M GOING TO USE MY BLACK GUY CRAYON TO DRAW POOP!
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Male 333
Minorities are the majority!!
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Male 4,431
Hey, NoArms5534, why don`t YOU read the law. It says, specifically, that police officers are REQUIRED to ask for identification from anyone they even SUSPECT might be here illegally. If they fail to do this, can be actually be fined by the state under this law.

As for you, mayobama, why not read what I wrote above. That is NOT the same as federal law.

If AZ was so concerned about this issue, why don`t they, as a state, enforce their own laws on the businesses that they issue licenses to? If they punitively fine businesses that they find to be employing illegals, the problem would be solved. But, in fact, what`s really at issue here is that republicans in the state are pissed that there`s a democrat in office. Notice how they didn`t bitch when Bush was in office?
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Male 89
who`s that white?

Michael Jackson.. was..
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Male 1,505
"who`s that white?"

Connie Chiu.
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Male 17
No more true than any other state but, hey, don`t let the facts get in your way.
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Male 535
No, it`s NOT true. Try actually reading the law before making such rash comments.
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Female 250
who`s that white?
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Male 537
Yep... seems to be working too, hoards of illegals are leaving the state. I love it when a plan comes together.
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Male 196
Who needs facts when we can shout the nonsense we hear on tv. "Blargh blargh blargh, Arizona is racist!" How about you actually read the law and see that it specifically prohibits racial profiling? "But they`ll do it anyway!" Then we might as well get rid of police brutality and privacy laws, because police will break them anyway!
By the way, California has almost the exact same law (police can ask to show proof of citizenship).
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Male 4,867
"I don`t see the Asian crayon."

ninjas >_>
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Male 20
i dont understand why everyone is making such a big deal about the law. that same law is a dratING FEDERAL LAW as well they just are making it a state law and enforcing it. so i guess arizona is wrong for enforcing a federal law.
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Male 716
Sigh... Multicultural crayons... REALLY?

And there are many more shades of European-American than that.
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Male 527
Usually, the ones best to know what needs to happen from a legal standpoint are the ones closer to the source, in this case, the state. I don`t know what the right answer is to fight illegal immigration into this country, but the law passed by AZ sure isn`t it. I sincerely hope that it is stricken down when it is brought before the Supreme Court.
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Male 1,625
Just a reminder, F*ck you Arizona.
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Female 193
I don`t see the Asian crayon.
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Male 4
What is it is like to be a crayon in Arizona..?
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Male 734
If only it were true.
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Female 477
have a nice day too ;D
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Male 7,378
lol. Take that teabaggers.
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Male 4,431
But, hey, no, it`s not about racism! Honest, and stuff. It`s about the state wanting the feds (well, at least since Obama was elected, cause, you know, before then, it was all about amnesty and working together) to enforce immigration laws that the state could do even better and much more efficiently by enforcing existing rules against hiring illegals and penalizing companies that do so. But hey, Obama`s a democrat, so let`s blame him!
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Male 953
works for me
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Male 30
is that a real packet of crayons? multicultural?
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Male 4,807
Wrong, just plain wrong... The white crayon would be out of the box.
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Female 2,674
Where`s the purple and red and blue and green and etc crayons? :(
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Male 76
I wonder too, the black screens is quite hard to find
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Male 3,431
Yes, I wonder where they keep them too, functional links, that is.
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Female 675
Link: What`s It`s Like To Be A Crayon In Arizona [Pic] [Rate Link] - It`s funny because it`s true...
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