U.S. District Judge Sharon L. Blackburn has issued a stay that has blocked Alabama’s new immigration law from taking effect.
This is a temporary ruling. It means she wanted more time to consider her decision. The final decision will be made before September 28th.
As everyone here knows, the Alabama state legislature passed the toughest state immigration law in the United States with the overwhelming support of the people of Alabama. Gov. Robert Bentley kept his promise to reform our immigration system.
This triggered the predictable lawsuits from Eric “My People” Holder’s Justice Department, the SPLC, the ACLU, illegal alien advocates, and liberal members of the clergy who want to curry favor with the Mainstream Media.
How will this play out?
(1) The federal judge could lift the stay and the full law would go into effect. Unlikely.
(2) The federal judge could block portions of the law where the U.S. Supreme Court hasn’t made its position clear. Highly likely.
(3) Alabama will join the other states in litigating the matter to the U.S. Supreme Court. Highly likely.
This is a temporary and expected setback.
In spite of this, U.S. District Judge Sharon L. Blackburn and Eric “My People” Holder have raised more fundamental questions about federalism than were entertained in Birmingham yesterday.
The fundamental question is why Sharon L. Blackburn and Eric “My People” Holder are able to exercise authority over the State of Alabama in the first place. The answer to the fundamental question can be found in a historic marker across from our state capitol.
I made sure to snap the photo:
Alabama was reunited with the Glorious Union on April 12, 1865 when J.H. Wilson’s Calvary Corps raised the U.S. flag over the Alabama state capitol in Montgomery.
In the year 2011, that is why U.S. District Judge Sharon L. Blackburn has authority over the State of Alabama, that is why SPLC lawsuits can strike down laws passed by the Alabama state legislature, that is why the people of Alabama work for Federal Reserve dollars, that is why Barack Hussein Obama is our president, that is why we answer to Eric “My People” Holder in Washington, that is why our tax dollars fly to Washington, that is why our major cities like Birmingham, Montgomery, and Mobile have to be rebuilt in adjacent counties, that is why Wall Street gets away with wrecking our national finances, that is why every SEC university has been racially integrated.
Why do we have to put up with the Black Undertow? Why have Selma and Tuskegee been destroyed? Why is there is so much poverty in the Alabama Black Belt? Why have countless public schools in Alabama been destroyed?
It is because of what happened here on that day, April 12, 1865, when we lost our independence.
Note: The story told above is equally applicable to Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, Arkansas, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas.
As I write this, White children are becoming a minority in Georgia, Florida, and Mississippi. They are already a minority in Texas where Washington has joined forces with Vincete Fox and Felipe Calderon to reverse the Texas Revolution. Dixie is being destroyed by the Immigration Act of 1965 which our representatives in Congress voted down in Washington.
The National Journal also claims that White people haven’t honored MLK’s check. We haven’t spent enough money trying to uplift black people over the past fifty years. Ironically, we find ourselves being ruled by black people in Washington as Ronald Brownstein writes this insipid column.