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Sunday, July 11, 2010

$500K Donated to Ariz. To Defend Law

Most of that, by YOU.

Hey folks,

If there was any doubt, which there is not, what side the American People fall on in the Arizona Illegal Alien Enforcement, it's gone now. YOU, and others have donated $500K to help Arizona defend herself against all these insane Lawsuits.

Oh yeah, did you catch that? Obama lost in Court AGAIN! A Federal Appeals court has rejected the effort by the Obama Regime to keep a six month Drilling Moratorium in place. That's right, the Three Judge panel of the Fifth US Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Obama and Crew couldn't do it.

Now you have stepped up to the plate. According to AP NewsBreak: $500K donated to Ariz. to defend law
PHOENIX – Retirees and other residents from all over the country were among those who donated nearly $500,000 to help

Arizona defend its immigration enforcement law, with most chipping in $100 or less, according to an analysis of documents obtained Thursday by The Associated Press.
Get this.

Gov. Jan Brewer's office showed that 7,008 of the 9,057 online contributions submitted by Thursday morning were made in the days following the government's filing.

Website contributions came from all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, including nearly 2,000 from Arizona. Donations ranged from $5 to $2,000, with the vast majority between $10 and $100.

The AP examined about a quarter of the fund's total contributions, and found only two that came from businesses.
This is PROOF POSITIVE of the Polls are true. Obama and the Left Wing Loons are VASTLY out numbered. The Majority of you out there understand the Reality of the situation. Illegal Alien deterrents, and Law Enforcement are GOOD. Illegal Aliens coming to this country Illegally, BAD. Costly, hurtful, and completely disrespectful of all of us, and all those that DO come here Legally. We also believe that our's is a country of Laws, and those Laws need to be enforced. Good job out there folks.

APNewsBreak: $500K donated to Ariz. to defend law

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