Utah's immigration enforcement law on hold until Supreme Court rules on Arizona law

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  • RichardB Murray, UT
    Feb. 22, 2012 4:08 p.m.

    We have no leaders in Utah.

    Their intention has always been to keep things the way they are.

  • My2Cents Taylorsville, UT
    Feb. 22, 2012 5:06 a.m.

    Someone, our congressmen must clamp down on this DOJ and put an end to their terrorize this country. This DOJ is overstepping its authority as judge, jury, and prosecutor in determining their powers.

    Immigration enforcement does not interfere with this foreign policy but it sure does interfere with domestic policy and economic destruction. Congressmen and citizens powers exceed those of the DOJ and its time they empower themselves as responsible Americans and representatives.

    What ever the Supreme Court does and says is not law, their opinions and not law nor can they write or enforce any laws. They have been wrong many times in the past so any law the US writes or creates is the will of the people, not the judges.

    Another intervention of the congressmen that is being overlooked and not enforced by our congressmen. This country and its laws exist at the will of the people and congressmen representing the citizens who have the final say about our laws and they do override the Supreme Court.

    Our government is forgetting that the american citizens rule the government, the government does not rule the people. We say enforce immigration and we demand it with every right.