The government is more concerned about what kind of light bulb we have in our home then they are about illegals invading the country.
I guess it would be safe to say the Messiah will not be carrying Arizona and Alabama in the next election. Now if Obama and Holder sue the other 48 states this scenario may play out in the White House.
Justice Department Sues Alabama Over Controversial Immigration Law
In both cases, the Justice Department argues that the states are overstepping their authority by wading into something that is a strictly federal responsibility: immigration enforcement.
Gov. Robert Bentley signed the Alabama law in June, but it's not set to take effect until Sept. 1. The law makes it a crime to be an undocumented immigrant in Alabama and allows law enforcement to detain individuals they have a "reasonable suspicion" of being in the country illegally.
The law also makes it illegal to give undocumented immigrants rides and requires school districts to check on the immigration status of students who enroll.
The law is modeled on Arizona's immigration law, parts of which have been blocked by federal court. It's said to be the strictest state-level immigration law in the country.