Az. Restaurateur Asks: ‘Illegal Immigration is OK,’ But Not Lion Burgers?

June 23, 2010


5 Responses to “Az. Restaurateur Asks: ‘Illegal Immigration is OK,’ But Not Lion Burgers?”

  1. Pete on June 23rd, 2010 1:16 pm

    we suggest you try your lion burger on the medium to well done side, not that the lion will mind too much if you would rather go to the medium to completely rare sideā€¦

  2. republicanblack on June 23rd, 2010 2:41 pm

    At first I was wondering what all the hullabaloo was all about, then when I came across another article which had a legalistic scope to the actual Arizona law, and walked me through it, I changed my mind. I no longer think I support the law, I think every liberty loving American should read the story, check it out

  3. Bettybb on June 23rd, 2010 3:59 pm

    The whole ruckus about the AZ law is just the pro open borders, pro illegal immigration crowd’s attempt to get their way by yelling racism.

    The fact is, the US Supreme Court has already held, in 2005, that local police have the right to ask about immigration status if they have detained someone for another offense. Muehler vs. Mena.

    So it is a totally a non issue. The Supreme Court did not even require probable cause!

  4. Craig on June 24th, 2010 3:42 pm

    Cute, but I’ll pass. There are potential health risks for us to eat other mammilian predators … a higher likelyhood they will pick-up disease and parasites that will more readily pass to us. As long as they were raised well and had a healthy and controlled diet, but still I find an ick factor there.

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