Hillary Clinton: Yes, Obama is filing a lawsuit against the Arizona law


Hillary Clinton was interviewed by NTN24 out of Quito, Ecuador on June 8, and was asked about how the Obama administration was handling the Arizona law. She answered frankly, that the justice department, under Obama’s direction, will bring a lawsuit against the Arizona law.

I thought they were still looking at the law. I didn’t realize they had already decided to challenge it in court. Kinda makes me wonder if that was the plan all along, especially since this was just a few days after he met with Gov. Brewer:

QUESTION: Thank you very much.

I would like to start with the immigration debate in the United States. The recently approved law in Arizona has presented sort of a difficult scenario for the President Obama Administration. According to some polling, half of the United States has approved this law and maybe other states would like to implement it. How’s Obama Administration dealing with this debate? Is the immigration law near reality?

SECRETARY CLINTON: Well, Andrea, first, let me say how pleased I am that I have this chance to talk to you about these and other important issues. President Obama has spoken out against the law because he thinks that the federal government should be determining immigration policy. And the Justice Department, under his direction, will be bringing a lawsuit against the act.

But the more important commitment that President Obama has made is to try to introduce and pass comprehensive immigration reform. That is what we need. Everyone knows it, and the President is committed to doing it.

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  • jay28elle

    My bet is never will we see a lawsuit or anything other than rhoetoric out of this administration about this issue. Propaganda at it's best, ummm, errr, or at it's worst?

  • jay28elle

    My bet is never will we see a lawsuit or anything other than rhoetoric out of this administration about this issue. Propaganda at it's best, ummm, errr, or at it's worst?

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  • keninil

    Obama is interested in passing an immigration law so he can become legal!!

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  • Funny how Obama studied constitutional law and has not yet filed a lawsuit when others filed within days of the signing of the law. I would imagine that if the law were unconstitutional that the government would have filed immediately. Filing now is just a lackluster attempt to pander to the “undocumented democrats” for future votes. They probably will file, prior to the elections in November, to secure votes and give continued false hope to illegals that reform with come soon.

  • Funny how Obama studied constitutional law and has not yet filed a lawsuit when others filed within days of the signing of the law. I would imagine that if the law were unconstitutional that the government would have filed immediately. Filing now is just a lackluster attempt to pander to the “undocumented democrats” for future votes. They probably will file, prior to the elections in November, to secure votes and give continued false hope to illegals that reform with come soon.

  • Funny how Obama studied constitutional law and has not yet filed a lawsuit when others filed within days of the signing of the law. I would imagine that if the law were unconstitutional that the government would have filed immediately. Filing now is just a lackluster attempt to pander to the “undocumented democrats” for future votes. They probably will file, prior to the elections in November, to secure votes and give continued false hope to illegals that reform with come soon.

  • Funny how Obama studied constitutional law and has not yet filed a lawsuit when others filed within days of the signing of the law. I would imagine that if the law were unconstitutional that the government would have filed immediately. Filing now is just a lackluster attempt to pander to the “undocumented democrats” for future votes. They probably will file, prior to the elections in November, to secure votes and give continued false hope to illegals that reform with come soon.

  • Funny how Obama studied constitutional law and has not yet filed a lawsuit when others filed within days of the signing of the law. I would imagine that if the law were unconstitutional that the government would have filed immediately. Filing now is just a lackluster attempt to pander to the “undocumented democrats” for future votes. They probably will file, prior to the elections in November, to secure votes and give continued false hope to illegals that reform with come soon.

  • Funny how Obama studied constitutional law and has not yet filed a lawsuit when others filed within days of the signing of the law. I would imagine that if the law were unconstitutional that the government would have filed immediately. Filing now is just a lackluster attempt to pander to the “undocumented democrats” for future votes. They probably will file, prior to the elections in November, to secure votes and give continued false hope to illegals that reform with come soon.

  • Funny how Obama studied constitutional law and has not yet filed a lawsuit when others filed within days of the signing of the law. I would imagine that if the law were unconstitutional that the government would have filed immediately. Filing now is just a lackluster attempt to pander to the “undocumented democrats” for future votes. They probably will file, prior to the elections in November, to secure votes and give continued false hope to illegals that reform with come soon.

  • Funny how Obama studied constitutional law and has not yet filed a lawsuit when others filed within days of the signing of the law. I would imagine that if the law were unconstitutional that the government would have filed immediately. Filing now is just a lackluster attempt to pander to the “undocumented democrats” for future votes. They probably will file, prior to the elections in November, to secure votes and give continued false hope to illegals that reform with come soon.

  • Funny how Obama studied constitutional law and has not yet filed a lawsuit when others filed within days of the signing of the law. I would imagine that if the law were unconstitutional that the government would have filed immediately. Filing now is just a lackluster attempt to pander to the “undocumented democrats” for future votes. They probably will file, prior to the elections in November, to secure votes and give continued false hope to illegals that reform with come soon.

  • eastiles

    Everything this administration does is distressing. It's actions are based in communist principles and is a deliberate effort to destroy our capitalist economic system and redistribute wealth. We no longer have to earn anything. We'll get it for free from the government. It worked so well in Europe and it is easy to ignore that western europe is collapsing before our eyes. Promise illegals amnesty and freebies and there you have your voter base to finish the job.

    The only way to stop this madness is for AMERICANS to stop feeling guilty for things they didn't do by giving eveything away. I am responsible for myself. I am not responsible for everyone else. Individual accountability. People need to take care of themselves. NO FREE STUFF and SCREW PC!!

  • “Everything this administration does is distressing. It's actions are based in communist principles and is a deliberate effort to destroy our capitalist economic system and redistribute wealth.”

    *sigh*

  • oceancal

    Oh this is rich Hillary. I was once a supporter.

    Now, the question is how in the world is the DOJ going to litigate against its own Federal law? I'm so done with this patronization. Yeah, you go for it Holder but first Eric, might I suggest you review Federal Immigration law then Arizona’s Immigration law? Put the two laws on a split screen and have someone read both of them to you. In the alternative, it’s going to be very interesting to see what type of complaint the plaintiff (USA vs. Arizona) is going to allow the public to see. LMAO…this is not just ridiculous this is madness. So let’s see this complaint. The deed to my house says no suit will be forthcoming.

    Hey Hillary, you have two options. Change existing federal immigration law through Congress or enforce existing law, that’s all there is to it.

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  • Good sound argument, Danny.

  • Good sound argument, Danny.

  • Good sound argument, Danny.

  • Good sound argument, Danny.

  • Kermit22

    Did you see these pictures of The Texas-Mexico Border on KFYI's Mike Broomhead Page?
    http://www.kfyi.com/pages/broomhead.html

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  • Corvetteman1

    Well bring it on! 70% of Americans agree with this law and respect the fact that Arizona is acting to secure their border. Once again, on the other side of the people.

  • ScienceOfWisdom

    Has'nt the Federal Government ALREADY determinded our immigration policy?
    What's the problem?

    We know the truth; the intention is clear; they want to remove the fence. Mexico has WON!

  • Arizona isn't making immigration policy. Arizona is helping the federal government enforce immigration policy which the immigration reform laws of 1986 allow. Please, Mrs Clinton, read the current immigration laws.

  • djteck4u

    Aren't you people tired of a U.S. President who acts prematurely without given all the information. The President has a whole staff to work on this issue and really doesn't need procrastinators.

  • djteck4u

    Since when did the U.S. Federal Government need the help of???? Arizona!!!???? The largest city is not much larger than Anchorage, Alaska.

  • djteck4u

    Aren't you people tired of a U.S. President who acts prematurely without given all the information. The President has a whole staff to work on this issue and really doesn't need procrastinators.

  • cadetcap

    If this legal challenge does materialize, it is likely to succeed. The constitutional grounds of the law are shaky at best.

    http://counterweight.webs.com/apps/blog/show/40

  • KeninMontana

    This move by the Feds to take Arizona to court over a State law,that not only mirrors the Fed law but exceeds it in the protections of rights, is pure folly. Several things will be exposed most damning of all in the Federal law is that it does Not have a “probable cause” requirement.Perhaps when The President raised the “Ice Cream” example he was talking about the Federal law and not the Arizona law?/sarc(that's just for you Danny 🙂 ) But in all seriousness, when the Federal Government fails in one of it's primary duties and a State Government takes a stand to uphold it's own duty to protect it's citizens,because of Federal failure or incompetence, well it's likely not going to go over well in a court.

  • ScienceOfWisdom

    KeninMontana I do hope you are correct. We need the result to be FAILURE. We need to clearly reveal the Federal Government to be negligent in its duties. That then would allow more states to exercise their right of self protection. Or the long shot that the Fed's actually began to perform their Constitutional duties!
    We know their actions speak of the intention of having NO border. The Fed's have even ceased Fence Construction.

  • KeninMontana

    When Arizona first passed this law, the more I looked into it and the Federal law, the more obvious it became to me that what Arizona and Gov.Brewer have done is lay a very clever trap for the Feds. I think they may have been trying to elicit this response all along.

  • ScienceOfWisdom

    KeninMontana = Seal of Wisdom!

    If you are correct; and I agree with your logic. Then we should all be chanting 'Bring it ON!' The sooner the Fed's submit the lawsuit the sooner more people will become wise to the Fed's intent.

  • danhutton

    Just remember this. The “arizona law” was written by an attorney who has never had any previous law, which he has authored, overturned. the president would look even weaker if he lost this one, wouldnt he?

  • danhutton

    Just remember this. The attorney who authored the “Arizona law” has never had a law which he has authored over turned. The President would look even worse than he currently does, if he would loose any suite.

  • Okay then, there's only one answer, Ron Paul and Rand Paul.

  • You know it's pretty much standard legal practice to know the backgrounds of those that are taking such 'legal' steps towards you.

    In this case we have a kenyan born muslim with all of his records sealed who is in favor of open borders just as those before him have been.

    An illegal alien is a vote for a democrat.

    I say let him and his administration sue. It'll only prompt people to look more into who they are.

    The rest of us, already know who they are.

  • so why didn't the feds take action against the kalifornia law that was passed in the mid 80's as it basically is the same

  • Bambi

    Bunk is what it is….. We are American citizens. If the state doesn't have the right to protect it's border from illegals…… how can the US Government step in and sue the state??? Why not grab the illegals and send them back where they came from with a notice (in Spanish or otherwise) that if caught again they will be tried and placed in a hard core prison system minus all the frills…… These are no longer prisons in most cases but state/government paid vacations…. I'm tired of working to pay my taxes so these illegals can come and go as they please.. and collect benefits in the bargain. In the meantime, we working stiffs are barely making ends meet… and can we get a break occasionally…… YEAH RIGHT!!!!

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  • moonbat

    O'BOy what a country! GOD SAVE US!!

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  • FrankinTN

    Publius Huldah proves that the Arizona law is Constitutional.

    http://publiushuldah.wordpress.com/2010/06/04/t

  • bbitter

    Arizona is invoking their sovereign right as a state to seek redress and action when the Feds, who have a responsibility which they are refusing to fulfill, have failed them. Bravo to them. They are doing what the general population of the United States needs to do; take control of their own destiny instead of waiting for the Feds to take care of them.
    It is sad that the Feds are determined to 'take care' of the people with healthcare, with handouts, with welfare, with … etc… where there is no constitutional mandate, and yet they are determined to fail the people in the one mandate that they have; provide for the common defense.

  • bbitter

    Have you read the law? The only thing that the state is doing is aiding in enforcing existing Federal law.

    I challenge you to find any Federal Judge which will create a precedent on the books for the states to ignore enforcing all federal law… by federal law. Good luck.
    If the Feds to prosecute on this, they will either lose, or will effectively shoot themselves in the head.

  • KeninMontana

    It's The Stepford Hillary, either that or she took a bath in botox.

  • mickrussom

    BRING IT ON, hitlery and your Otraitor regime! FREEDOM AND LIBERTY WILL STOP YOU COMMUNIST RAT VERMIN SCUM!

  • Yea 28 it's propaganda for sure as we mostly get from these folks nowadays. Remember in November, clean sweep means a clean house.

  • Funny 😉 and probably true.

  • bitemegov

    Impeachment Its time to clean house. we can not wait till Nov, Its time to take this country back to the greatness it once was. If you will not protect our country and our constitution GET OUT, If your company is in a other country GET OUT. If you support illigal Imagrents, Gangs, Gun runner GET OUT, If you believe in Higher taxes, A government controled country, GET OUT. If you want to live in a third world country were the government take all your money and tells you what you can and can not do then then GET OUT. For all the people how will fight for our country and constitution, how want our boarder protected, how want lower taxes, and a smaller government that works for us, how wants MADE IN THE USA on every thing we buy. its time to unite and make this happen, its time to question the people running for office. fined out if they are a kiss ass, what have they done for this country, what are they going to do to make our streets safe. ask about taxes. we did not question obama when he ran all we got was the word CHANGE. well people we got change.

  • KeninMontana

    I checked the post on that lib-left site, The argument presented is flawed and weak. The Arizona law merely allows for State and Local LEO's to aid in enforcing existing Federal law, it does not attempt to set immigration policy. In other words EPIC FAIL.

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  • flyfisherman09

    What has happened to the concept of state's rights? Is the big “O” hell bent on bringing this country to its knees or what.

    A state law similar to SB1070 needs to passed in here in New Mexico as well. And I'm going to do my best to see that it is.

  • flyfisherman09

    He won't do this oceancal, this guy doesn't read anything. He merely does what OBOMBUS tells him to do.

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  • George73

    In spite of the tough talk from the White House and the Justice Department, I have NOT read that a lawsuit actually has been filed. They have had weeks in which to act and nothing has happened. Also, they have not identified which provision of the U.S. Constitution or federal law that they believe would be violated by the Arizona law.

    Immigration control is a federal responsibility. For that we have the border patrol. The Arizona law does nothing to prevent illegals from crossing the border. For example, it does not call for Arizona police to guard the border.

    What it would do is to help local law enforcement to identify illegal aliens who are present in the state and turn them over to federal authorities for repatriation to their homeland. This would apply to illegal aliens from any nation, not just Mexico.

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  • markntejas

    and when the government fails to uphold its end of the the agreement and secure the border within the democratic republic the states themselves have the right to enact measures to insure its sanctity and sovereignty.

    Of course it will be more rhetoric from Eric Holder..

  • paulmoyer

    We have been a strong supporter of Hillery Clinton and supported President Obama.
    If they go ahead with this law suit on immigration I will be an independent. what can't politicians understand about the word Illegal

  • annie29usa

    People complain about government takeover. But wait; on this case this is not; just because this law will not affect white americans; since this law will only affect the hispanic community legal and illegal. Asking for proof of citizenship to anybody who they suspect to be illegal in this country is outrageous; since a drivers license is not enough to proof your status.
    And this is not a Government takeover?

  • ben13225

    I have lived in China for 15 years. I recently had a court case in China. I had to prove residency even to be able to use the courts. China like every other country on this planet, as a foreigner you really have no rights as a foreigner. USA is the bizarre exception and the “people” the tax payers do pay for the lack of protection not afforded to US citizens to protect them from unscrupulous foreigners who have the same and arguably more right than of citizens. In my case, the person who I was in court against in China flew to Los Angeles and filed a case in the Torrance court a only few days after landing in the US on a tourist visa. Without notifying me, this person received a restraining order and child custody order for my son who had lived in China all of his life and had only visited the US for a few weeks once. There was even a trial going on for divorce and custody in the Chinese court which had jurisdiction over the case. Even though I had not lived in the States in 30+ years and was not a California resident, the DA went all over the country on the order of the Torrance Superior Court searching for me and my son at the States expense visiting everyone I ever knew. The entire story was based on word of mouth. The DA told me that half of their clients are illegal aliens in Los Angeles county. This person purged themselves but that was okay I guess, the court does not seem to care about that (I contacted the court and wrote many unanswered letters). Now I have this record in my file for the rest of my life and the person who claimed to be in the US searching for her son, is still living in the US. Since this incident I received full custody and am still in China and afraid to go to the US with my son even though I have sole custody in China.

    The rest of the world does not admire Americas policy on immigration, they just take advantage of Americas foolishness.

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  • why are we discussing american domestic issues with a reporter from another country?

  • vonfranz

    In exactly two paragraphs you revealed to the greatest extent the absolute mediocrity of your insights. Your initial statement I agree with but then…communism? Whose form of communism? Perhaps a new hybrid the rest of us have yet to identify. If our system was based on communist principles I would
    hope our critique of immigration policy would openly flush out the invisible white privilege capitalistic agenda that lies behind it. What are you so afraid of? We should be redistributing wealth, taxing the hell out of the wealthy, and calling out the blatant racism/classism driving most of what this country does. Communism? You're an idiot. Be accountable.

  • jag11

    The comments of one of the “intellectual elitist” who is vapid when it comes to reality. He proves the previous commentators point by spouting the liberal, socialist hate speak.

  • I was reading a story this morning about a town in Nebraska that is going to vote on Monday to crack down on illegal immigrants. It's a small town and other times they have attempted (without a citizen vote) to do this, it has been challenged and because of the budget in this town of 25,000, they had to either repeal the law or backed out of lawsuits. And that may be it in a nutshell for the Feds. Attempting to knock Arizona to its knees. Sorry, that plan has failed miserably and further outraged the legal citizens across the country. Obama and playmates have backed themselves into a corner. If they file and lose, I'll bet at least 46 states hop on the immigration law bandwagon. They have already filed with the Supreme Court in an attempt to overturn Arizona's Employer's Sanction law. Why? The refusal to secure borders compiled with all the other questionable moves this Administration has made regarding immigration should leave no doubt where the country is heading. And I, for one, do not wish to live in a country without an enforced border (on all sides) nor do I want to live in the lawlessness that open borders will surely bring with it.

  • KeninMontana

    No, its not a government takeover. This about the Federal government doing the job it's supposed to do under the US Constitution, which it has not done for quite some time. I don't know where you got your drivers license , but I have held DLs in at least 5 different states in my life and have had to present my birth certificate in all cases even when I had a current license from another state. As the vast majority of ILLEGAL immigrants try to avoid any kind of contact with government entities, they aren't going to be a licensed driver and BTW “failure to identify” to a LEO is a crime. As a final point here, I'll ask you this simple question, If you are standing at Arizona's southern border facing south,into what country are you looking?

  • MackBL

    Basically the Federal Government has declared war on the Citizens of Arizona in particular and all United States Citizens in general taking the side of the foreign ILLEGALS that are invading our nation.

  • I wonder if President Obama's idea of comprehensive immigration reform is to strip individual states of their right to defend our borders from attack and invasion. Our current federal immigration law is not enforced leaving the Border States to fend for themselves. When they do adopt State Law that mirrors the Federal Law to protect their citizens life and property and defend their way of life he (Obama) threatens a law suit and then renigs on sending National Guard to defend the border as promised. What's next? Erase the border completely and adopt Mexico as the 51st state?

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  • MikeOfBoston

    A new poll conducted by the Washington Post and ABC News reveals that 58% of Americans support Arizona's immigration enforcement law that goes into effect in late-July. The poll also reveals that 75% of respondents feel the government isn't doing enough to secure the border and 83% support use of the National Guard to patrol the border.

    In addition to their high support for increased enforcement, Americans also disagree with the way Pres. Obama is dealing with the immigration issue. Fifty-one percent of Americans disapprove of the President's policies. More Americans disapprove of the way he's handling immigration than the way he's handling the oil spill in the Gulf and the economy.

  • You are so right! I was worried no one heard about Holder. Though I do not like this Administation I hope in 2010 November elections people wise up to Obama's decit and get the far Lefts out. There are some good Demrcrats but I fear there are to many bad ones, and to think, George Washington would have been a Democrat,its to scary to imagine.

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  • Come on folks wake up!!! Az. has passed this law because of all the aliens comming in illegal have caused this area to become the highest in the nation for kiddnapping and trying to blackmail families and killing of thier families. Don't you people understand that having people here illegal they don't pay taxes and they think they don't have to obey any laws I say get rid of all of them. If they want to learn the language and pay taxes and be a true American then do it the right way or get to hell out of here.

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  • Jimmy7222

    What a horrible situation we find ourselves in now. The Federal government is taking a State to court over a Federal law. The President is disregarding the wishes of the majority; who happen to put his sorry ass in office. And then there is Hiliary; I finally feel sorry for and understand Bill's tough life (and I don't mean that sarcastically, really).
    Now that I have that out of my system I am curious if Obama will be reelected. I didn't vote for him but once he took office I caught the fever and felt that he was the one to bring us change. Point in fact he is bringing changes about but they are not the ones the majority of Americans want. I'm sure Mexico loves him though. I find it so frustrating that he just does what he wants. There is a fine line you walk as a leader. Balancing the needs and wants of the people vs. doing the best job you can in line with your views and capabilities. I just don't think Obama gets it. As for Hiliary I believe that she spent too long in the Ivory tower. Eight years in the White House as the First Lady, governor's wife in Arkansas, and something or the other in New York. She not in touch with the common people. She is financially secure. I for one worry a little bit about retirement. I am only 38 but I already get letters from the Social Security office stating that I won't be drawing my full benefits. Where did that money go and who got fired for mismanagment? I believe that some of it goes toward supporting basic needs for people here illegally. If it doesn't come from there then it comes from other sources which must then borrow from social security to keep them running.

  • augustphintonsr

    It is my firm conviction that every state has the unrefutable right to secure their borders and the Federal Government should do all within their power to help them in their efforts to do so. The Government has thus far failed to enforce the rules of legal immigration. So it is simply assine to try to prevent the States from doing what the Feds have dismally failed to do.

  • jay28elle

    Crap, I was wrong. Good thing I didn't bet any money on this 🙂

  • Slapdash77

    Too bad stupidity can't be deported too….

  • Gene_flake

    I don’t trust anyone that would take a law of the land and use it for personal gain of a party! It doesn’t make any difference who does the arresting of an illegal activity. What part of illegal don’t they understand? NO ONE should be in power that would try this kind of carrying on! When you need to have a past president going to North Korea to bring back an individual for crossing a border and fine a state for doing their obligated duty is just about to blow my mind!!! Why do we folks with even half sense keep letting this go on?….you tell me! We are a PROUD nation and must get all people outta Washington DC that even has an inkling of this kinda thinking……I served 4 years active & 4 years inactive for my country and I’m just scared of these kinda folks making fun of our constitution…………God help us please

  • Bxl1

    Obama is an illegal immigrant also what so hard about showing every body their wrong and just show his birth certificate.! because he cant that’s why. now throw this spy in prison hes a mole. how did we let this happen .. the Clinton’s know why not. lets we ask them.god help my country.