Monday, October 01, 2007

Is Paul Nichols afraid of enforcing other laws?

We know that Paul Nichols is afraid to step up enforcement of laws against hiring illegal immigrants, saying ""Our jails would be full of small contractors … if someone started enforcing this."

Meanwhile, we know that Democratic Presidential Candidate Jonathan Edwards is worried about enforcing other laws, from the article Edwards Predicts Doom for African-American Males:

Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards said if he isn’t elected president, the population of African-American males is likely to either wind up in prison or dead.
"We start with the President of the United States saying to America, ‘we cannot build enough prisons to solve this problem. And the idea that we can keep incarcerating and keep incarcerating — pretty soon we’re not going to have a young African-American male population in America. They’re all going to be in prison or dead. One of the two.”

Paul Nichols is a big fan of John Edwards, having given thousands of dollars to his campaign, also covered in the blog entry "Will Nichols require government-forced doctor visits? "

So, does Paul Nichols agree with his favorite Presidential Candidate John Edwards that if we enforced the laws, every African American would end up in jail?

We know he thinks that every small contractor hires illegal immigrants and would end up in jail if we enforced jail time for hiring illegals.

We know Edwards thinks that if we keep locking up criminals, every African-American will end up in jail.

So does Nichols think black males would all be in jail if we enforced the law, like all small contractors would be in jail if we enforced illegal immigration laws?

Watch Democrat Presidential Candidate John Edwards call every African-American male a criminal:

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