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  •  in a way, I hope not (0+ / 0-)

    Part of me hopes that the bill isn't declared unconstitutional by the Federal courts. It's better to keep Republicans on the hot seat by forcing them to take a stand, instead of allowing them to play "duck and cover," which is what they'll do if the courts make the law go away.

    •  The problem is that I splinter off (2+ / 0-)
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      in the case of a boycott because I witness horrible poverty every day in the Phoenix area.  Costing 30,000 + jobs is a permanent economic change that affects the lower class.  Meanwhile, the upper classes would be fine since we are in the US and money is fungible and the Russell Pearces of the world are dug in for a protracted battle.  So the only people harmed are already doing poorly in AZ.

      "an RNC member in every lesbian themed bondage nightclub"-my campaign platform for RNC chair

      by AZphilosopher on Mon May 10, 2010 at 01:02:47 PM PDT

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    •  Remember the Overton window as you say that. (0+ / 0-)

      If it is not declared unconstitutional, those who like it fine will just push further and harder. It's said when I have to get a new certified birth certificate and a fresh passport with the little wallet card just to feel safe on the streets, and I don't even live in AZ, but it will be everywhere if it is not stopped there.

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