Arizona’s SB-1070 Starts In Two Days-The Latest News

Yes, just two days away from Arizona implementing its “controversial” illegal immigration law. There is some good news, as reported by Reuters on Sunday, though they put a wildly humorous liberal spin on it: Migrants sell up and flee Arizona ahead of crackdown

A few paces up the street, her undocumented Mexican neighbour Wendi Villasenor touts a kitchen table, some chairs and a few dishes as her family scrambles to get out of Arizona ahead of a looming crackdown on illegal immigrants.

“Everyone is selling up the little they have and leaving,” said Villasenor, 31, who is headed for Pennsylvania. “We have no alternative. They have us cornered.”

The two women are among scores of illegal immigrant families across Phoenix hauling the contents of their homes into the yard this weekend as they rush to sell up and get out before the state law takes effect on Thursday.

The law, the toughest imposed by any U.S. state to curb illegal immigration, seeks to drive more than 400,000 undocumented day labourers, landscapers, house cleaners, chambermaids and other workers out of Arizona, which borders Mexico.

Hey, more jobs for Americans, who are suffering under this on-going recession, with no end for the joblessness in sight. I guess we could say that the law, SB-1070, is already working. Of course, some other states will have to deal with the illegals, at least until they wise up and crack down themselves.

Meanwhile

Mexico’s National Human Rights Commission said Monday it is sending inspectors to U.S. border crossings to monitor deportations that might result if Arizona’s new immigration law goes into effect as planned Thursday.

Hilarious, considering Mexico’s harsh illegal immigrant laws. Expect them to immediately make fake complaints starting Thursday.

Oh, hey, I know where Arizona can suggest the illegals go, take away the jobs of these obviously low wage 2nd shifter at a fast food place protesters

On the eve of a controversial Arizona immigration law taking effect, Napa residents are gearing up to protest against it.

Or, maybe it’s not such a great idea, considering that the Napa Valley, Ca., police are using handheld fingerprint scanners to identify people who are stopped for breaking the law who do not have ID, or ID that appears to be fake. Hey, that sounds sorta like what SB 1070 has law enforcement do.

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