Friday, July 23, 2010

Arizona's immigration law "requires officers, while enforcing other laws . . .

to check a person's immigration status if there's a reasonable suspicion that the person is here illegally. It also bans people from blocking traffic when they seek or offer day-labor services on streets and prohibits illegal immigrants from soliciting work in public places."

That's what the Arizona law provides, according to the judge and the court fillings, both for and against.

Agree or disagree with the statute, but after all the lies and argument and exaggeration and hyperventilation, how is that "neo-Nazi" or "neo-fascist" or whatever else it's been called?

It seems fairly moderate and reasonable to me.

I wish the opponents of this law would just be honest - - they oppose restrictions on immigration.

Of course, in the next breath, they demand we "do something" about unemployment - - which is made worse by uncontrolled immigration.

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