People that believe in these types of laws or even that these types of laws are necessary, would fit right into the upper echelons of Nazi Germany as we have now started to re-create the Nuremberg Laws of the 1930s. All Laws created based on bigotry and hysteria lead to the destruction of everyone’s rights, example: People defined for the prevention of the propagation of hereditary illness could then be barred from employment. People with a hereditary illness were prohibited from using state hospitals and could not be educated by the state past the age of 14. Public parks, libraries and beaches were closed to those who the Nazis thought possessed these hereditary illnesses and this included Jews, blacks, Asians, Gypsies, prostitutes, anyone seen as having a sexual deviancy such as gays and lesbians, beggars, alcoholics, the homeless, people with any type of physical or mental disability, vagrants and certain religious groups. It took a world war to straighten out that mass and millions of people died.
Early in the 20th century the courts including the United States Supreme Court started overturning the Jim Crow laws it took nearly 50 years to eliminate these bad laws that discriminated against classes of people including blacks, Jews and Asians to name just a few.
The Supreme Court overturned Jim Crow laws on constitutional grounds. In Buchanan v. Warley 245 US 60 (1917), the court held that a Kentucky law could not require residential segregation. The Supreme Court in 1946, in Irene Morgan v. Virginia ruled segregation in interstate transportation to be unconstitutional, in an application of the commerce clause of the Constitution. It was not until 1954 in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka that the court held that separate facilities were inherently unequal in the area of public schools, effectively overturning Plessy v. Ferguson, and outlawing Jim Crow in other areas of society as well. This landmark case consisted of complaints filed in the states of Delaware (Gebhart v. Belton); South Carolina (Briggs v. Elliott); Virginia (Davis v. County School Board of Prince Edward County); and Washington, D.C. (Spottswode Bolling v. C. Melvin Sharpe). These decisions, along with other cases such as McLaurin v. Oklahoma State Board of Regents 339 US 637 (1950), NAACP v. Alabama 357 US 449 (1958), and Boynton v. Virginia 364 US 454 (1960), slowly dismantled the state-sponsored segregation imposed by Jim Crow laws.
Along with Jim Crow laws, by which the state compelled segregation of the races, private parties such as businesses, political parties and unions created their own Jim Crow arrangements, by barring blacks and others from buying homes in certain neighborhoods, from shopping or working in certain stores, from working at certain trades, etc. The Supreme Court outlawed some of these forms of private discrimination in Shelley v. Kraemer 334 US 1 (1948), in which it held that restrictive covenants that barred sale of homes to blacks or Jews or Asians were unconstitutional, because they represented state-sponsored discrimination, in that they were only effective if the courts enforced them.
Eventually someone is going to figure out that these type of laws are in fact in violation of US code title 18 USC section 241 (Conspiracy against rights) and section 242. (Deprivation of rights under color of law) and the rights that can be affected, as spelled out in section 245 (federally protected activities), at that point, there are going to be a lot of City, County and State lawmakers going to federal prison or paying large personal fines.
“Second-class citizen is an informal term used to describe a person who is systematically discriminated against within a state or other political jurisdiction, despite their nominal status as a citizen or legal resident there. While not necessarily slaves, outlaws or criminals, second-class citizens have limited legal rights, civil rights and economic opportunities, and are often subject to mistreatment or neglect at the hands of their putative superiors. Instead of being protected by the law, the law disregards a second-class citizen, or it may actually be used to harass them. (see police misconduct and racial profiling) Second-class citizenry is generally regarded as a violation of human rights. Typical impediments facing second-class citizens include, but are not limited to, disenfranchisement , limitations on civil service , as well as restrictions on language, religion, education, freedom of movement and association, housing and property ownership.” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second-class_citizen)
Any form of bigotry based on a group status, no matter what the supposed justification of the discrimination is it still creates a group of disfavored second-class citizens which makes it basically unconstitutional and should thereby be frowned upon by all American citizens, Those that try to justify allowing these types of laws to continue, should be considered suspect of attempting to destroy the United States from within. In plain terms, if someone supports these type of laws then they are a political terrorist, whose intent is in destroying the freedoms that we hold dear in America.
I say to them if you believe in this type of law then you are not truly an American you need to leave this Country and go live somewhere else For a while I would suggest North Korea, Pakistan, Iran, maybe then you would understand what personal freedoms and how fragile and sacred they are. Any time you pass a law that takes away somebody else’s personal freedoms you are shooting yourself and your own family in the foot and eventually you’ll bleed to death.