Most Americans support Arizona’s immigration law.

A new Washington Post/ABC News found that a big majority of Americans support the Arizona immigration law, which basically enforces existing immigration laws that the federal government has ignored or is incapable of enforcing.

  • 58 percent of Americans say they are supportive of the new law.
  • Another poll, from Zogby, shows that 53% of Americans agree with deploying troops on the Mexican border as a temporary measure. 40% disagree.

Many liberals have accused the Governor of Arizona, Jan Brewer, of racist, when she even followed up with legislation that makes it a crime to arrest someone based on the color of their skin. And just in case, there can be a handsome tall blonde blue-eyed man from Sweden residing illegally in Arizona. Would it be “racial profiling” if the police stopped a man like the one I described in the sentence before?

SB 1070 targets illegal immigrants, who came to the U.S. from any part of the world. Racial profiling is not an issue here. It’s not like President Obama said once:

“But now suddenly if you don’t have your papers and you took your kid out to get ice cream, you’re going to be harassed”

You are going to be stopped and asked for identification, if for example, you ran a stop-sign. Normal people usually carry with them their driver’s license when they’re driving, you know….

Many government officials have been critical of this legislation, but of course, they didn’t even bother to read the 17-pages-long law.

Reading is good for you, Democrats!

Answer this poll:

Viva la 1070! 🙂


About Flor Miguez
I am a conservative (right-wing extremist). I am for a small government and low taxes. I love freedom. Can't stand the Obama socialist agenda! Follow me on Twitter!

3 Responses to Most Americans support Arizona’s immigration law.

  1. Bill Ingram says:

    There are reasons why nations have and enforce laws.
    There are reasons why some in our country don’t want to have and enforce “certain” laws that are almost universal.
    In the first case it is to protect and preserve their country’s integrity.
    The second case has just the opposite goal in mind.

  2. c. hobart says:

    In any country I have ever visited, I have been asked to show my papers (passport), sometimes several times in one day. Other countries keep much better tabs on foreign “visitors”, why shouldn’t we?

  3. John S says:

    Definition of backwards: you’re better off being in the country illegally, with no driver’s license, than being a citizen carrying a driver’s license. Who gonna pay yo mortgage? Obama! Who gonna smuggle you cross the border? Obama!

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