Thursday, May 01, 2008

Look An Attorney General With Character

You Got to Love this Guy. Finally someone who stands on principals that represent the Real American Ideals. When filing a suit or action you need to show legal grounds to which you have been hurt and then the court is to apply the appropriate remedy to address this injustice. The problem in this case is the person who claims to be hurt has no legal basis. If you were not here illegally the issue wouldn't have come up. You have no rights so you have no grounds for the suit.

Neb. AG refuses to sue for immigrants' fair housing rights
By NATE JENKINS Associated Press Writer

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- Anne Hobbs was angry. The head of the Nebraska Equal Opportunity Commission had just learned of a Hispanic couple who said their landlord asked for their driver's licenses - but didn't ask the same of non-Hispanic tenants.
Hobbs said it sounded like the couple were "treated differently than everybody else because of national origin," and sent the case to the state's top prosecutor, hoping he would sue on their behalf under fair housing laws.
When Attorney General Jon Bruning received the case, he was angry, too - for a different reason than Hobbs.
"I'm not going to use taxpayer dollars to file lawsuits for illegal aliens," said Bruning after learning the couple was in the U.S. illegally. "You're not going to get a free lawyer" from his office, he said, "if you're not a citizen of this country." (Emphasis Mine)

Read the whole article and then keep your eyes pealed. Jon Bruning is a marked man and he will be challenged by the illegals and their sympathizers. He has finally stepped forward and said what all the other government agencies should be saying. He should be given an award.
Hopefully, he has started the first domino of a wide layout designed to return the US Government back to its citizens.

Thank YOU Jon Bruning, Some Things Just Need To Be Said.

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