A no vacancy sign for prisoners
“The fear is that they will be thrown in jail…”
Can they? Perhaps the better question is… should they?
Head meet desk
Not even pretending to try at this point
This is no longer a states’ rights issue and hasn’t been for two centuries
The stick is working better than the carrot
The Chief Justice of the state supreme court is rather picky about when to enforce the law
Some might simply call it “law enforcement”
“…physical barriers do work if they’re put in the right places.”
This is a moment of opportunity… for the White House
Picking and choosing
Take off, hosers
Dancing on the head of a pin
You have to go where the business takes you
Getting the message?
Not really, but there are ways to enhance it
Unequal enforcement of the law is no better here than with “hate crimes”
But it won’t matter if it doesn’t affect their sales at the same levels
“…the Mexican people do not have to accept provisions that one government unilaterally wants to impose on the other.”
New sheriff in town
You’re making a great point. Too bad it’s not the actual one being raised
Expect more of this
Politicians gonna politick.
This will only hurt the economy.
“We immediately ended her employment and offered her assistance in getting legal status.”
“We’re talking about immigrants here…”
So they can move into your office?
Oh, and the President of Mexico is stopping by
You seem to be missing the point
“Ultimately, it wouldn’t protect a single soul from deportation.”
A fine mess we’ve gotten into here
“I want to get out of here.”
Breaking the law
“Given the change in Administration…”
And right on cue, Democrats shout…
“…the clemency power could not give legal status to any undocumented individual.”
Devastatingly effective with a smile on his face.
The Mayor thinks he “gets it.” We beg to differ.
“We will answer them on the field”
Taking it to the limit
Health care and tweeting and Russia, oh my!