Saturday, April 24, 2010

'We Can't Be in the Streets Anymore Without the Pigs Thinking We're Illegal Immigrants'

Aw, how cute. Looks like all those pro-illegal alien groups are whining over Arizona Governor Jan Brewer's coming to grips with reality and taking measures to stop her state being overrun by a tidal wave of illegal aliens. So, who is it making such incendiary statements referring to police as pigs?

Why a 13-year-old boy, of course.
Brewer signed the bill in a state auditorium about a mile from the Capitol complex where some 2,000 demonstrators booed when county Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox announced that "the governor did not listen to our prayers."

"It's going to change our lives," said Emilio Almodovar, a 13-year-old American citizen from Phoenix. "We can't walk to school any more. We can't be in the streets anymore without the pigs thinking we're illegal immigrants."
Who's putting the idea into this kid's head that he can't walk to school? Some folks need to cool it with the harsh rhetoric.
Obama said in Washington that he's instructed the Justice Department to examine the Arizona bill to see if it's legal, and said the federal government must enact immigration reform at the national level — or leave the door open to "irresponsibility by others."

"That includes, for example, the recent efforts in Arizona, which threaten to undermine basic notions of fairness that we cherish as Americans, as well as the trust between police and their communities that is so crucial to keeping us safe," Obama said.
Nice to see Obama react so quickly. Of course when some question the legality of ObamaCare, well they're just raging rightwing reactionaries.

Instead get ready for a liberal overreation sure to just add more misery to their already fragile plight come November.

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