Breaking: Supreme Court Arizona Immigration Decision - Conservatives Win

10:15 PDT- June 25 2012 - San Francisco, CA - - Though most of the major headlines have gotten it wrong, including Fox which claims that the decision rips the heart out of Arizona's immigration statute, today's decision is a huge victory for the conservative position on this matter - that law enforcement can continue to check the immigration status of those with whom it comes in contact.

Attesting to the above characterization, President Obama has already declared the decision to be, "misguided," enough said.

The vote on that aspect was unanimous, with Kagan mysteriously not voting [we feel that this is merely a ploy on her part, so that her voting to affirm ObamaCare when she was clearly involved in the legislations formation, will appear to be less biased].

Rather than adding additional commentary on this issue, we suggest reading the decision itself in order to fully comprehend today's ruling ARIZONA ET AL. v. UNITED STATES,CERTIORARI TO THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT, No. 11–182. Argued April 25, 2012—Decided June 25, 2012

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