Legacy website to support “Border Sheriffs” in Arizona.

Arizona’s Border Sheriffs Need Your Support!

Reads the Legacy website.

Arizona is a state that has seen an invasion of illegal immigrants continue unabated for years. Illegal immigration has taken its toll on Arizona in the form of billions of dollars spent on social services, education and prison costs.

Much more devastating, though, has been the human toll it has taken. Human and drug smuggling, kidnappings, drop houses and the murder of immigrants and American citizens are just some of the byproducts of our porous border.

After years of begging the federal government for help, Arizona finally had enough and decided to do something about it. The result is the Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act, better known as Arizona Senate Bill 1070 (SB1070).

The Legacy Foundation is disappointed in the lawsuits brought by the ACLU and the US Department of Justice against Sheriffs Babeu, Dever and the state of Arizona. The Sheriffs needed financial resources to engage lawyers who believe in SB 1070 to make their best arguments for them. Legacy is happy to be able to provide this support, but needs donations from people passionate about the issue in order to do so. Your donation through Legacy’s “BorderSheriffs.com” project will be used to pay for the legal defense of SB1070 on behalf of Pinal County Sheriff Babeu, and Cochise County Sheriff Dever.

The problem is that the Legacy website neglects to mention that Sheriff Paul Babeu is on record as saying that he will not support or enforce SB 1070.

The website is correct that the lawsuits are disingenuous and frivolous. They are brought by people with an agenda for amnesty and Obama has already stated that he wants people in Arizona to be “scared” into agreeing with amnesty.

The whole idea of these lawsuits are to bankrupt Arizona into submission.

Here’s some reform for you. Make the federal government pay for any frivolous lawsuits that they loose and they will be less likely to bring them in the future. Your tax dollars at work!

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