Obama amnesty lawsuit cites variety of arguments — some of them wild

From washingtontimes.com:

The leading immigration court case on President Obama’s deportation amnesty has turned into a wild affair — including a Florida goat farmer who insists that cracking down on immigration would be bad for his business because native-born white Americans just don’t buy goats.

In his brief filed with federal Judge Andrew S. Hanen in Brownsville, Texas, Mitchell Williams accuses Republicans of being neo-Nazis, proposes sticking tea party adherents on Indian-like reservations, and says his goat business depends on foreigners who “are much more likely to want to buy a goat for special occasions or feasts than long resident Americans.”