What is the significance of the Court's approval of Section 2B? Not a damn thing.

Understand that Section 2B was the section of SB1070 that took up most of the time in oral arguments, and it was supported by all members of the court (8 - 0 with Kagan recusing herself) as being Constitutional. 

<<<<<   Speaking for myself: I have no intentions of ever pledging allegiance to this man.  

In a dissenting opinion,  we have Justice Thomas offering this summary of that section of the law:  

Section 2(B) of S. B. 1070 provides that, when Arizona  law enforcement officers reasonably suspect that a person  they have lawfully stopped, detained, or arrested is unlawfully present, “a reasonable attempt shall be made, when   practicable, to determine the immigration status of the    person” pursuant to the verification procedure established   by Congress in 8 U. S. C. §1373(c).  Ariz. Rev. Stat. Ann.  §11–1051(B) (West 2012). 

Nothing in the text of that or any other federal statute prohibits Arizona from directing  its officers to make immigration-related inquiries in these situations. To the contrary, federal law expressly states that “no State or local government entity may be prohibited, or in any way restricted, from sending to or receiving from” federal officials “information regarding the immigration status” of an alien. 8 U. S. C. §1644.  And, federal  law imposes an affirmative obligation on federal officials  to respond. (look for Justice Thomas' opinion in the PDF found here.)

With this reading,  it appears that Arizona State law enforcement can only collect information;  they do have the right to ask and pass this information on to ICE or whoever.  Of course,  the Feds can refuse to act upon this information.  In the end,  the decision to allow for 2B appears to be a not so funny joke of a decision.  

Sorry,  but I am no longer a fan of Justice Roberts.  I had thought him to be more intelligent that me.  Turns out,  even I can see the mockery of this judgment.  

In the common vernacular,  he and the other Libs on this court have said this:  

Go ahead and ask,  but you do not have the right to do anything else and the Clown we have for a president has the right to ignore Federal law and do whatever he desires with regard to border security.  He rules and you are nothing.