Thursday, May 13, 2010

(Updated)There's racial profiling? And then there is radical profiling (AKA "liberal prejudice.").

There is racial profiling and radical profiling, also known as 'liberal prejudice.' Think you know which is which? Read on and get a crash course in radical profiling and the correct way to articulate prejudice from a radicalized liberal point of view. This is what happens when we have a radicalized attorney general making decisions and publishing opinions on issues that he has absolutely no idea of and he has already arrived at conclusions on.

With anybody else? That would be immediately seized upon by mass media as an overt act of prejudice on it's face. But remember, certain privileged classes can't be prejudiced in the eyes of American media. Even when one of those members who happens to be the attorney general, calls the majority of Americans racial cowards.

Holder Admits to Not Reading Arizona's Immigration Law Despite Criticizing It

Despite repeatedly voicing concerns about Arizona's new immigration enforcement law in recent weeks and threatening to challenge it, Attorney General Eric Holder said Thursday he has not yet read the law -- which is only 10 pages long.

"I have not had a chance to -- I've glanced at it," Holder said at a House Judiciary Committee hearing when asked had he read the state law cracking down on illegal immigrants.

Holder told reporters last month that he fears the new law is subject to abuse and that the Justice Department and the Homeland Security Department are in the midst of conducting a review.

The Arizona law requires local and state law enforcement to question people about their immigration status if there's reason to suspect they're in the country illegally, and makes it a state crime to be in the United States illegally.

The law has sparked protests across the country, including a City Council-approved boycott of Arizona businesses by Los Angeles.But proponents deny that the law encourages racial profilng, with some saying the local controversy is a symptom of a broken federal immigration system.

Holder said last month that a number of options are under consideration, including the possibility of a court challenge.

On Thursday, Holder said he plans to read the law before reaching a decision on whether he thinks it's constitutional.

When asked by Rep.Ted Poe, R-Texas, how he could have constitutional concerns about a law he has not read, Holder said: "Well, what I've said is that I've not made up my mind. I've only made the comments that I've made on the basis of things that I've been able to glean by reading newspaper accounts, obviously, television, talking to people who are on the review panel...looking at the law."

Watch the video.....absolutely amazing! the man all but openly states that he hasn't been 'briefed' on what his opinion should be!

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