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Re: “McCain Backs Pearce's Immigration Bill

The answer to Arizona's immigration concerns will not be addressed by passing harsh unrealistic laws that hinge more on the bases of "racial profiling" than effective law enforcement. At some point (hopefully soon)those elected will begin to a seriously consider why indidividuals leave their homeland in Mexico and travel across a hot,dangerous desert - they too want to work and earn a living for themselves and their families. Whatever happened to NAFA? Yes, the North American Fair Trade Agreement that was suppose to create "jobs with respectable wages" for those living south of the US and in parts of Canada. Former VP Cheney "outsourced" jobs and companies (his own as well - Halliburton) to foreign countries and did nothing for the country that borders the US? There are not enough ($$)manpower and resources to comply with SB 1070 if it passes. What happens when the jails began to fill up - due to officers trying to do their job? What happens when those sitting in our jails are not sent back or the courts become -clogged/bottlenecked with cases (money to house)? What happens when officers exercise "reasonable suspicion" on the wrong person? I have left my home w/o ID to run in the morning/walk in the evening and or to quickly go to the store - thinking my wallet was under the seat or in the glove compartment? There are more effectively ways to address this issue - SB 1070 is not the way. A better thought would be for this bill's originator - Senator Pearce, R-Mesa, and Judy Burgess, R-Skull Valley to move back to Alabama/pre-WWII Germany and resurrect the hate and extremist ideology that are trying to cultivate in the AZ. Arizona is better than this and them!

Posted by d_nsrch4justus on 04/22/2010 at 6:22 AM

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